To celebrate my newest fabric designs, I am offering up a few free downloads today of a 2" cube favor box! The dark blueberry violet design is my newest fabric "Violetta", available here, on Spoonflower. The lighter stripe and rose bouquet is "Jane's Rose Stripe", available here, on Spoonflower. And the third is "Ella Lace", available here, also on Spoonflower. Simply click on the image to enlarge it, then right click on it and save to your computer. Its best to print on at least an 80# card stock, for a sturdy enough box. I put small markings on the outside of the die line so you can use them for scoring at the folds, and not worry about the lines showing up on the printed box. These favor boxes (both the template and the pattern) are copyright Lilyoake (that's me) and by downloading them, you agree to use them for personal use only. They are not to be used for resale or to be given away for free on any other graphics website or blog. If you feature them on your blog, I'd appreciate a link back to my blog at Lilyoake. Other then that, enjoy! They'd make great wedding fave boxes, tea party favors filled with dried lavender or a petit four, or to hold a small gift for a friend. Let me know what you think!
Please join me over at The Pink Pagoda for her fun and fabulous Blue & White Bash, and share in everyone's mutual love for blue & white! And check out all the participants. Its so much fun to see what everyone is doing with their love of blue.
I worked for Laura Ashley, years ago, when the company still had shops in the US!
I was and still am, heavily influenced by the florals and romantic fabrics I was surrounded with day after day in that wee Seattle shop.
So when I finally bought my own cottage and had a chance to decorate it, I already knew just how I wanted it to look.
Soft blues and whites and romantic florals.
Influenced by Laura Ashley and Swedish Gustavian design!
So, budget allowing, I am working my way through each room.
Right now I am working on the dining room.
I love being able to design my own fabrics and wallpapers via Spoonflower.
My shop name is Lilyoake.
I chose my "Jane's Rose Stripe" for my curtains ( to be paired later with a matching wallpaper called "Jane's Rose Bouquet".)
I took some time out this past weekend to finish sewing the first curtain panel, printed on linen cotton canvas.
I edged it with a matching blue gingham I bought at a fabric shop. I intend to line them too, with white cotton sheets, so they look more finished from the outside.
But in the mean time, I can get them up, because we need the privacy now that its dark early!
"Won't you come into the Garden? I would like my roses to see you..." Richard Brinsley Sheridan I took advantage of the late summer sun on the patio and took some photos of my roses fabrics. I have designed so many, I had to limit my choice to a few, but in my Spoonflower shop, Lilyoake, I have nearly 170 fabrics. Most of them feature roses. I think I have an addiction!!