After finishing my folky phone cover, I just couldn’t seem to stop! I had some other quick pencil sketches I had drawn a few weeks ago before we had our final assignment, and thought I’d have a go at seeing them in colour…

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But of course, still trying to stay away from minty aquas, and trying out my new colour palette!  Some woodland cuckoo folk.

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Then I tried to move away from using the clock shape, and just use the icons I had drawn.

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I liked it and thought it would be super cute as an allover print on fabric, it would be just divine as a little girls dress! So I added a chicken and a jumping bunny and a few other bits and bobs, and here it is!

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  1. linda tordoff says:

    Wow, Rebecca you are seriously amazing!!This is beautiful. LOVE all your work, You’re right this would be beautiful as a girls dress. I can’t stop looking at your work and can’t wait till I can start buying some of it!

  2. Mary says:

    Wow!!! Absolutely gorgeous! Do you sell fabric already? If not, you should sell custom wallpaper & fabric on Spoonfower.com!!! They also have an organic option for fabric, which I love. 🙂 I would totally buy it, especially this print – LOVE!! =D

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