I am in awe of you, especially since I did NOT finish mine (rats!)oh well, I think that yours is inspired!Good work, Danielle!xoxoxoJone
Flat out impressive! :) -- from a fellow blogger and spoonflower-designer :)
Have just met your mum tonight and she told me about your blog...fabulous she was right you are very talented...I'm off to vote for your fabric of the week...px your mum is wonderful px
Yum. It looks great.
I just get the e-mail Spoonflower with the image of your design is very original and I loved it.
Gorgeous design. Congratulations on winning the contest. Your work is brilliant.Karen
Congrats on winning the Spoonflower crayon design contest !! I will definitely be buying some of your fabric for a quilt I will be making.I bookmarked your blog as a favorite. You are quite an artists.Again, Congrats !!Lulu
Ahhh! You really got the Thiebaud look! When I was glancing through the options for the Spoonflower crayon fabric competition, I immediately, I mean immediately, recognized the Thiebaud cakes! Then I backtracked to your blog...I am a true fan of his, having grown up in Davis, CA, where he teaches, and having two paraents who took art classes from him at the University. I think I will have to purchase some of the fabric to make a tea cosy, or some such thing, for my mom. Brava! Jean