For this week’s Princess Awesome Design Challenge, we’re celebrating all the amazing things girls love, from dinosaurs to sparkles, STEM to twirling, adventure to dress-up. Need another reason to party? This is the third design challenge in a row to have a first-time winner! 🎉 We’re more than excited to announce grand prize title-holder littleknids, who will be receiving a $200 Spoonflower credit for her inventive design, Deep She Exploration White. Larrea (of littleknids) will also receive a $500 cash prize from Princess Awesome for winning this exclusive competition. But wait! The fun doesn’t stop there—we get all heart-eyes just thinking of the sewing possibilities for the second place (katerhees) and third place (y_me_it’s_me) winning designs. These girl-powered favorites are well deserving of their $100 and $50 in Spoonflower credit, respectively. For more fun, non-traditional fabric options for clever girls, view the entire top 10.
1. 649 votes for Deep She Exploration White by littleknids
2. 646 votes for Rocket Science by katerhees
3. 604 votes for dinos lace by y_me_it’s_me
4. 572 votes for Love Electronics – Princess Awesome Challenge by themelonseed
5. 544 votes for Dragon fire by adenaj
6. 536 votes for CalculatedFlowersMedium by blairfully_made
7. 520 votes for Blast Off by oliveandruby
8. 506 votes for STEM Princess Possessions by honoluludesign
9. 504 votes for Chemistry Lab – Modern Girl by heatherdutton
10. 498 votes for Chess magic by magicforestory [Read more…] about Announcing the Princess Awesome Design Challenge Winners
This July we’re welcoming back a familiar design challenge partner and saying “hello” to a brand new one! The STEM inspired challenge with our friends at Princess Awesome will have you twirling with excitement, and our second coloring book challenge with the coloring app Lake, will have you working up an appetite. We can’t wait to see where your designs take you this month. [Read more…] about Announcing July’s Design Challenge Themes
In 2013, Princess Awesome co-founders Rebecca Melsky and Eva St. Clair couldn’t find an awesome dinosaur print to make into a girl’s twirly dress. They didn’t want a print that looked like it belonged on boys’ sheets, and they didn’t just want to turn all the dinosaurs pink and put pearls on them. They wanted a print that was vibrant, clever, cute, and fun – so they turned to Spoonflower, and the rest is history.