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See Jenny’s May inspiration mood board. This month it’s all pinks, corals, and oranges!
Jenny discusses the advantage of taking action and how it can help you make progress towards your goals more quickly.
The garden is an endless source of inspiration for my art and patterns. See what is inspiring me this chilly April morning.
Is it worth it to invest in surface pattern design? Jenny talks about the inherent power of patterns and how businesses and manufacturers can use this force for good in their own product lines.
Jenny explores the new Aquario Textile Designer plug-in for Photoshop CC and shares her initial thoughts.
January’s Color Inspiration Mood Board!
Check out my December Inspiration and a fabulous muted holiday color palette!
During the busiest time of the year, I always make room for creativity in one form or another. In this post I’m sharing a few things I’m doing this season and a few hints for how I sneak in creative time.
Jenny’s November color palette and inspiration board features warm autumn colors with pops of purple and chartruse.
Part 1 of Jenny’s creative gift guide has gift-giving ideas in a wide variety of price ranges. If you are looking for something extra special and a bit different to gift this year, check out the gift guide!
Jenny shares her favorite picks for holiday cards from Minted. The lineup includes both photo and non-photo options. See which designs made the cut!
Jenny’s monthly mood board. See the colors and images that are inspiring Jenny this month.
The 2022 Desk Calendar is now available in the shop! Check out this post to see this year’s designs and to find a link to purchase.
In this short post, Jenny describes why she is a surface pattern design and what fuels her to continue this work each day. Patterns have emotional power that can connect people beyond words
Jenny presented to the Textile Design Lab for Home Decor Month. Check our her interview on the Pattern Observer Blog.
Next up in my Design Your Week for Success series: Planning with blocks of time.
I’ll be presenting Interior Design Basics for Surface Pattern Designers to Textile Design Lab next week. Are you a member? Join me for for this and my talk on wallpaper & murals the following week. It will be fun, plus you get all of the other goodness the TDL has to offer.
A quick primer on art licensing for anyone who is new to the concept. Licensing is super flexible and almost always benefits both the business and the artist.
How do you plan your week for success? Jenny shares her favorite analog planning tools in today’s post.
Are you a designer? Check out Jenny’s post about selling your surface pattern designs online.
Is Adobe Textile Designer coming back? It looks like it! Check out this post to find out more and grab a link to Adobe for updates!
Learn how your small business can license art with ease! Many small business owners find art licensing too confusing or think it involves complex bookkeeping — nope! Read more to see our FAQ’s answered.
My Design Heroes: Read more to find out how Collier Campbell influenced me and my design career.
New pattern collections have been added to the online design library. Check it out here, or click on the contact page to request access.
See my inspiration for new design collections in the works! I’m getting pulling together ideas for my home, tabletop, and stationery collections that I’ll design next month.
Up your planner game with my new download and print daily planning pages. I love these and I think you will too!
A quick review and basic overview of Photoshop CC 2021’s new Pattern Preview Mode.
Tapping into your preferred mode of communication and creativity for Valentine’s Day. Up your game this year!
Jenny writes about the books that have informed her creative practice over the years, including a new one on habits. Check out this post if your goals and planning are leaving you feeling a little less than inspired.
Sometimes goal setting and checking off the to-do list just don’t feel right. Some thoughts on my first few weeks of 2021.
Find your creative sweet spot this year. In this post, I share some great classes on Creative Bug for those wanting to delve deeper into creativity.
How do you recharge creatively? In this post, I talk about my secondary creative endeavors, creative diversions, that help me see surface pattern design with fresh eyes and a deeper sense of creativity.
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