I always make sure I check out the new products when Redbubble releases one. Yesterday I received my design "Aloha" on mugs. Oh my, I have to say I was so pleasantly surprised as they are really gorgeous. The art work is bright, glossy and beautiful and the mugs are a gorgeous shape (my fav to drink coffee out of). And of course Redbubble's packaging is always entertaining. Discount Code: RBSHOP15 ends in a few days.
I ordered a couple of my Tee shirt designs from my Redbubble shop last week and they arrived today. I love the cotton quality, the transfer image and as always they package parcels up with such a sense of fun. These designs come in adult size tees and kids. These make great Christmas fillers.
The last of my "Aloha" wood art panels went to it's new home last week. I know it will be loved and is part of a new beginning.
I have loved making my "Aloha" series on wood panels. I created them last year using original, vintage Hawaiian music sheets and images. Each one was hand made with love, water colour, sealed and then polished with bees wax varnish. It was wonderful to see how many people loved them and I am so grateful that there is a little bit of "Aloha" out there in peoples homes. I won't be making these anymore and this is the last one. It can be purchased for $30 by leaving a message either in the comments below or click the mail icon.
Can you believe, I forgot to take photos of our workshop in action? Seriously, we were all having such a creative wonderful time that it never even crossed my mind. This is the best I could do, after shots! There is an elephant to be shipped off to South Africa, a marvellous butterfly which is part of a bedroom re - decoration and butterflies and anchors off to be framed. Thank you to my lovely students, I am blessed I get to have such creative souls to hang out with. What shall we do next holidays?
I love that my customers are finding designs in my Redbubble portfolio that look great on a tote! Here is a selection for purchase, just click on the image. SHOP
According to SF Girl by Bay, blog, I am on trend! Well Pineapples are anyway. The Pineapple has represented hospitality and welcoming since the 1700's. Decorating the home with pineapples highlights the peace loving and hospitable people who reside within.
I started making these designs over a year ago and all these "pineapple" products can be found in my Redbubble shop.
“That boy is your company. And if he wants to eat up that tablecloth, you let him, you hear?”
― Harper Lee, To Kill a Mockingbird
Sydney based mixed media artist.