I have been playing with patterns at my Zazzle storefront and here are some of the new items. I love the tribal textile pattern I made this summer. Here it is as a guitar case.
And made into leggings .
From spring through summer, I keep coming back to using feathers in the images I create for my switchplate designs.
The plate above is my latest – Forest of Feathers. I love the rectangular abalone shell cabochons in the four corners. And I confess that had to make a rocker plate in this design for my spa bathroom.
While Forest of Feathers has a mind expanding and uplifting feel, Shades of Gray Feathers is a moodier image – gothic, with a touch of dark and stormy.
And somewhere in between, the rich autumnal golden tones of Down Under Feathers .
This plate features a collage of feather markings of the Australian Cape Barren Goose.
For more new listings stop by at my online shop, SerraCraft.
So last I posted, I had made the giraffe throw. Well it was delivered last week and I LOVE it!!!! My little grandnephew will get this, along with a pint sized stuffed giraffe to snuggle up with under the throw blanket, as part of his Christmas gifts.
I also made up some cute playing card stocking stuffers, for different people on my gift list. The rest of show and tell will have to wait, so I dont spoil any Christmas surprises, but I did get a gift for me I can show now…. my Santorini Pencil Case.
I am so impressed by the quality of the items. [I tell myself that this is really research and development, not just a happy shopping spree 🙂 ]
The zipper on this case is amazing and has such a cool zipper pull! Also, I am really enjoying the fact that I can design and buy, leaving the production to someone else, for a change.
Well, all the presents are bought, and I just picked up some wrapping paper and wire ribbon so,…. next step – wrapping!
If you are interested in any of these items visit Brooklyn – Edge of the Sea and prepare to be Zazzled!
Image is an altered detail from an ancient Greek wall mural.
I love this little clutch bag!
An ancient mural found on a Greek Isle is the basis of this altered image sea creature design.
The image is a print of an original watercolor painting superimposed on a photo of the night sky.
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