Hey guys! I wanted to show you this awesome Hawaiian shirt that Maggie made with my Mid-Century Tiki fabric! You can read more about how she made it on her blog here. (Note: I made the scale smaller after she bought it, so if you want it in various scales, let me know.) I think it turned out totally awesome! Please share pics with me if you make anything with one of my fabrics, ok? I’d love to see!

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I recently did two designs inspired by  Mid-Century Tiki fabric!

They coordinate with each other. One has trees, hula girls, drinks and tiki gods, the other just tiki gods. I hope you like them!

They’re available as wallpaper, wrapping paper and fabric on Spoonflower.
You can buy the mixed Mid-Century Tiki fabric here: http://www.spoonflower.com/fabric/2005559
And the Tiki God fabric here: http://www.spoonflower.com/fabric/2012470

ALSO: Please help me out by voting for it on Spoonflower! (The contest is Mod or Mid-century) —- You can vote here: http://www.spoonflower.com/contest_voters/new?contest_id=191

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Ah, well, it’s not a very big collection! Only three! But they are all ones that I got while on trips to really neat places.

The kitsune mask is from Kyoto, Japan. The Monkey King opera-style mask is from Beijing, China and the protective tiki-esque one is from Maui, Hawaii.

I wish I had one that was from London or the UK, but… I can’t really think of a very London-y mask, can you? (Also I feel a bit weird about getting it after the fact…) I also have two more carnival-style masks, but I’m debating whether to put them up with the others or not since they don’t really go with my “masks of exotic places I’ve gone to” theme.

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