* clovery

Posted on August 15th, 2006 by maitreya. Filed under Random.

The yellow was looking a little too bright lately, so I redesigned the site. My mac calls the color “honeydew.” The clover background pattern is by me, inspired by my favorite notions company and a tshirt I got at Delia’s, of all places. I’m so pleased with it, I’m thinking of printing it up as fabric once my Bubble Jet Set order arrives from Joann’s (on sale this week!) RSS friends, stop by and take a look!

11 Responses to “clovery”

  1. Nicole Says:

    Sweeet. Nice colour and pattern.

  2. kirsty Says:

    Gorgeous colour! One of my favourites :)

  3. Ismoyo Says:

    Four leave clovers! Yeah!
    How more lucky can you get?
    Nice restyling job!

  4. lisa s Says:

    super duper cute!

  5. Tracy Says:

    It’s even brighter in my screen….:-)

  6. Amanda Says:

    Nice clovers! I like the color and the name. Thanks also for the heads-up on the sale at JoAnn’s. I’ve been wanting to try Bubble Jet Set for a while now, and the sale is the perfect excuse!

  7. Amelia Says:

    I have just found your site. What talent!!! In my dreams I would be as clever as you!

  8. Amy Says:

    It feels lucky, happy and light all at the same time.

  9. Becca Says:

    Fun color!
    Sorry to be a party pooper… but I wanted to let you know I can only see the stems of the clovers and a teeny bit of the leaves. Not sure if that’s Firefox, or my 12″ screen, or what, but I thought you might like to know.

  10. julie Says:


    I love the honeydew. and the clovers pattern is way cool. and the way you tucked the title of the blog up in the corner is really nice. well, it’s all really nice!!


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