For a limited time, I've re-opened my Spoonflower shop so I could make Christmas and holiday wrapping out of reusable fabric. I've created six designs (pictured below) that can be purchased as fabric, home goods, and even wallpaper!
Christmas Cookies Pillow
Christmas Cookies Pillow
Woodland Creatures Lumbar Pillow
Woodland Creatures Lumbar Pillow
Geometric Snowflakes Bedding
Geometric Snowflakes Bedding
Books and Candles Throw Blanket
Books and Candles Throw Blanket
Holiday Drinks (cocoa, coffee, latte) Table Runner and Napkins
Holiday Drinks (cocoa, coffee, latte) Table Runner and Napkins
Winter Wonderland (trees, mountain, cabins, deer, snow) Tea Towel
Winter Wonderland (trees, mountain, cabins, deer, snow) Tea Towel
EXCLUSIVE "Imagine Inclusion for Every Child" print designed to benefit the Utah Parent Center on Giving Tuesday 2022
EXCLUSIVE "Imagine Inclusion for Every Child" print designed to benefit the Utah Parent Center on Giving Tuesday 2022
Nativity art with an illustrated wreath and stars
Nativity art with an illustrated wreath and stars
Holiday cocoa and coffee greeting card
Holiday cocoa and coffee greeting card
Dancing unicorn splashing cup of coffee
Dancing unicorn splashing cup of coffee
Polar bear with a coffee spill
Polar bear with a coffee spill
Rainbow stuffy social distance hug greeting card
Rainbow stuffy social distance hug greeting card
"Friends come in all shapes, sizes & colors" tote bag
"Friends come in all shapes, sizes & colors" tote bag
Mermaid and sea lion reading sticker
Mermaid and sea lion reading sticker
"You Can" inspirational water bottle
"You Can" inspirational water bottle
In 2020, I had been reading and reflecting on how one simple act of stepping out in faith and kindness can have a rippling impact across depths we may never even know. My friend, Angela, told me that an event I had put on to educate friends about child trafficking in the cocoa industry, before I even knew her, led her to research fair trade practices and eventually launch her own ethically-minded business. Seeing family members pass on and reflecting on their impact in my life, made me realize how much of my creative drive is rooted in watching their creative endeavors. The years I've collected on this earth are starting to allow me to see the fruit of early dreams and callings.

Watching God weave these incredible webs with our lives, I decided to weave a web of my own – a story in pictures and vibrant words of how doing something to care for someone else can ripple and splash, affecting hundreds of people. I hope it leaves you encouraged and inspired.

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