New patterns – UP NORTH

By | new pattern

UP NORTH my newest collection of patterns. Inspired by travels to Northern Scandinavia and Iceland. Amazing arctic landscapes, beautiful wildlife and picturesque villages. View all the new designs in my online catalogue. Happy to mention that a few of these patterns have already been licensed!

Coral

By | project

New kittybunnypony products with my CORAL pattern: curtains, pillow covers, bags and aprons. Available in two colourways. It’s always a pleasure to work with kittybunnypony from South Korea, a brand and shop with all sorts of wonderful designs.
Image courtesy of KBP.

Free Xmas wrap

By | new pattern, wrap(a)round

Not one but two pattern designs for you to wrap your gifts with!
Download the free winter gift wraps here.
Feel free to pin or post the wrapping papers but please link back, thanks.
For personal use only.

How it works & website revamp

By | press

On the new HOW IT WORKS page you can read all about how to license a pattern and how you can commission me to design a pattern, including two forms to contact me directly. The page explains the process and the benefits of the two options for your project or product. I hope it helps you when deciding which option suits you best and answers some of the questions you might have. Also a few visual changes to make my website look nice and fresh. I hope you like it, please let me know if  you have any remarks / questions.
And from now on my website is also available in Dutch, ja toch!

Packaging design for Babongo

By | project

‘Geranium’, the newest soap in the Babongo collection. The packaging of the shampoo bar has been designed to fit the existing collection with regard to pattern style and colours.
PS I had never used a shampoo soap bar before and must say that I really like it, I’m always happy to replace products by 100% natural alternatives.

KOEL magazine

By | press

A beautiful magazine for cool modern crafting and interior decor. Honored to be part of the first issue of KOEL magazine.  My sketches were translated by Koel into different needlework diy’s, you can view them here. If you’re into this new type of diy’s be sure to visit their website for more crafting ideas and patterns.
Image courtesy of KOEL.