Moodboard: Wildflower print

The time has come to create a new print for my shop. Here's a peek into my design process. This time around I'm creating a wildflower print, inspired by my wishful thinking for spring to hurry up and arrive!!

Sources: 1.  lovely life  2. unknown 3.  OnceWed  4.unkown 5.  Meredith Pardue  6.  Ruffled Blog  7.  Joanna Goss  8.  wedding chicks  9.  Tonga Batik

Sources: 1. lovely life 2. unknown 3. OnceWed 4.unkown 5. Meredith Pardue 6. Ruffled Blog 7. Joanna Goss 8. wedding chicks 9. Tonga Batik

xo

Jessi

Creative Revival

Lately my mind has been feeling a bit foggy and cluttered. So, I decided to go ahead and have myself a little creative revival of a week. Many creatives can relate to those moments where you're just itching to create something new. Ready to just put it all down on paper and get it out of your mind and into your hands. So instead of thinking I just started making and making and making. A whole lotta sketches, photography and weaving later I had some finished art prints and a mens bracelets. I started making bracelets a couple of years ago when I was overly weighed down with advertising/digital work/ graphic design. I just HAD to get out of the computer and start making things with my hands again. Creating with my hands has been a very therapeutic experience, as I'm sure it is for many others.

It was interesting to see the art that I ended up with at the end of the week. It ranges from girly to masculine.

The Sweet Life - kitcken print by EttaVee Studio  pineapple_etsycover

I also created a french version of the pineapple print (ananas)

moon of my life - game of thrones art print with gold foil flakes  Lemon / Citron illustrated digital print poster with gold leaf flakesLeather, bead and fabric nautical layer Bracelet with anchor charmMens leather bracelet - green, cream and brown

 

Bracelets available online here: www.etsy.com/shop/ettavee

Art print available online here: www.etsy.com/shop/ettaveestudio

As a creative type, it feels good to spill what's bottled up inside. Are there any other creative souls who feel the same!? I'd love to hear it!

bisous,

Jessi