skinny laminx: leaves

speaking of being outdoors, i love this new nature-inspired pattern from heather at skinny laminx. heather was inspired by a paper cut piece she created back in 2006 (below) and decided to turn the leaf motif into a pattern, which now comes in an “autumn gold” or “winter grey” color. you can pick up heather’s new pattern in pillow form for $30 in her etsy shop right here. thanks, heather!

  1. beautiful … like the new version with the veins in the leaves even better than the original … makes me want to go back to some of my older graphic designs and see if there are some things there than I can “tweak” and give a new life too!
    thanks for the inspiration!!

  2. Jennifer says:

    I’d love it if Heather made a print of her original papercut. It’s so simple and graphic; I’d love to hang a print of it on my wall.

  3. MayDae says:

    Pretty! I love that print, and I think that I need one:)

  4. I love the leaf motif. I’ve had one of Laura Owens’ tree and leaf prints hanging in my house for years now and it makes me happy every time I pass by.
    Here’s the link–

  5. Pawan says:

    I just adore leaves. That last image has inspired me to make some leaf shadow art with my students, this fall. Thank you!

  6. Piper says:

    Those pillows are so beautiful – and perfect for fall!! Makes me want to trace leaves like I used to when I was little!

  7. lealou says:

    Ahh these would be perfect for my baby’s room! Thx!

  8. Thanks so much for posting this here, Grace!


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