I have loved having some free time since the Tulip fest madness and you may have noticed i have been a little quiet this week on my blog. Its been good to not "have" to do anything.
A few weeks ago i decided i didn't have enough to do and uploaded some of my paintings to Spoonflower, a print on demand fabric site. I had been wanting to do this for ages and i am now inspired to upload some new designs so watch this space.
 This design isn't mine but i found this softie Alice in wonderland fabric, all the bits to make your own Goth Alice. I think it may be a great "in the car" job for our big road trip back to Radelaide next week.
 To start your fabric selling you have to order small samples to make sure you agree on how they will be presented to the public. I have been happy with the result and are very true to the photo and even the original paintings.
As i said before i plan on uploading some more designs soon..and i have some more samples in the mail of already uploaded designs. This could be a bit of fun.

A few notes: I ordered Alice in the cheapest fabric and i wish i had of gone for a heavier fabric but i didn't know at the time. It's just a bit thin for my liking. This is also what the fabric samples come in ...so just a little word of warning when ordering your fabrics from spoonflower especially if you are a quilter. One more negative was the huge shipping time as they come from America, or maybe i was just impatient, expect a four to six week turnaround.
So feel free to pop over to Spoonflower and check out there site, its pretty rad. You could get lost in there with all the choices.

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Michelle Walker is a Tasmanian born creative. An Artist for life, Visual Arts Teacher, Graphic Designer, Photographer, Hairdresser by trade and mother to two beautiful children.