juneprints

JUL 1, 2008 updated Apr 26, 2021

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I find myself in a position all of a sudden to be exposed to a whole lotta great design.  And lucky for me, I don’t have to spend hours trawling the internet tracking it down.  Instead, it gets uploaded to Spoonflower or to our Flickr pool .  Then, quite a lot of it also comes right into my house through the front door!  I don’t think I’ve been quite able to express to you all how much this aspect of Spoonflower thrills me.  It is SO exciting.

Some of my favorite designs lately come from Kayanna Nelson, posting as juneprints on Flickr.  She also sells gocco prints through her Etsy shop, junecraft.  She’s just one more reason I don’t need to bother trying to come up with great designs on my own.  Knowing there are that many talented people out there makes me want to relax and just keep watching the printer!

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  • There are some amazing designs on there! I’m very excited about your service and am eagerly (but patiently) hoping for an invitation 😉