A kind person emailed me a screenshot from Disney's Family Fun magazine so I could see this article in the May 2009 issue. A surprise! There's my fabric on the table, surrounded by crazy hats and cute girls. Who knew?
Doesn't that just make your day. I can't wait for the day when I see my photograph or painting in someones magazine. Congrats.
Yeah, you never know when it could happen, because they probably won't tell you! :)
Calliope fabric also as napkin rings at that party. :-)Mum
Hey, that's fun! Congrats.
That's so COOL!!! I'm spotting a few other MMF fabrics in that shot too... I see Disco Dots on a girl's hat! CONGRATS!
What a wonderful surprise! Very cool.
neat! that must have been exciting! congrats.
Congratulations! I'm so happy for you!!!
That must be so exciting for you! I would flip if I saw my necklace on a celebrity or in a shot like that. Congrats!
So fun to see photos of your products :)How exciting!!
Your fabric is so bright and playful- it does require a party! Congratulations!
excellent, I love your prints on fabrics!
What a fun looking party! The tablecloth definitely makes it extra special. Congrats! =)
Jessica, Your fabric designs really are special.....good for you!!! The colors are so bright and fun. :)
What a cute photo! Congrats
Ack! How exciting. Congrats!!
Congratulations!! Your stuff is SO cute. I LOVE the color orange & get so much inspiration from your blog. Thank you :)
I love that!! Where do you sell all of your fabrics?
I saw a cute one on a blog...they recovered a chair.http://alkemie.blogspot.com/2008/07/before-after-reupholstered-furniture.html
Calliope makes the cutest tablecloth (plus the name is just fun to say). Sure glad someone clued you in to that great photo. How exciting to see what people do with your work. Love your fabric (I ordered a calliope bookcover--can't wait to get it!)
That is so great! And it looks GREAT!
wow, that's awesome!
HOW STUPENDOUS IS THAT!
Yippee! What a nice surprise! Congratulations!Whitney @ Whisker Graphics
What a lovely surprise that must have been.
im glad someone saw it! congratz!
How cool is that!!!!
That's awesome! As someone who loves to create, I can imagine how you felt when you saw it. It's such a carnal thrill to see your work out there in the world, getting some use!Okay, so it is for me, anyway. ;-)
Me too. :)
I saw this a couple of days ago and instantly knew it was your fabric. Goes to show you have a distinct style. I also say it a few days ago at a local fabric shop in Denver (The Fancy Tiger). A friend of mine called me over to show me this super cute fabric...and it was yours!
That is so cool!!! Congrats!
Jess *and* Disney? I tremble to think of what you could do to Herbie, the Love Bug, with your fabrics.:]
How fun! Congrats:-)
That is so cool. I actually get that magazine, but haven't gotten my May issue yet.
i saw your fabric in person at "crafty planet" this weekend. it felt nice to the touch and i liked the heavier weights.
That is SOOOO cool! Im a papercrafter, and one of the companies I worked for asked me to find some photo inspiration and make something from it! I found this article and LOVED the table cloth! LOL! SO i posted my creation today and then a reader of mine directed me here-to you the creator!!! How cool!here is the linkhttp://laurenm.blogs.splitcoaststampers.com/2009/04/30/spring-fling/#comments
I dont know if you saw this already too. Are you connected with Tonic Living? I'm a pretty new reader of your blog. :)http://tonicliving.com/productsDetails.asp?categoryid=87&productid=1132¤tpage=1&onsale=0
Oh that looks wonderful! Congratulations! :)
I was over at Capture the Moment, Nichole's blog and saw she was using this photo for card inspiration. And since I just happened to have ordered your post cards I had fun making a card with your pattern! Have you considered turning your patterns into paper? I know the papercrafting world would eat them up! Let me know if you do and I'll be your first customer! :-)Hugs from Morocco,TinaPS. I posted my card here if you are interested in seeing it:http://travelingmama.net/?p=1978
Tina: Awesome. I just need to find a manufacturer and a bunch of money. Or a company that wants to license the designs and print them for me. Got any leads? :)Emily: Thanks for the link! I'm not connected with them, but I love to see where my fabric ends up.Everyone: Thanks for celebrating with me!
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