I've been searching for a cushion like this for ages and finally found one on Etsy. Inspired by a vintage sea salt sack, I love the vintage look and French seaside style.
In a world ruled by large corporations, it's reassuring to know there are places like Etsy. A site where individual artists and crafters are able to sell their creations directly to the buyer in a supportive community.
Kim of Reclaim Prints makes these gorgeous cushion covers in Melbourne Australia. I'll hand you over to her to tell you about the inspiration behind her Etsy shop.
l've been screen printing for two years, after I completed a 2 day course, and just fell in love with it.
I love vintage illustrations and wanted to give them new life and an opportunity to share with others. l decided on a shop, because there was only so many screen printed presents l could make for myself and give away as presents.
l've been inspired by lots of blogs, so many talented people out there, and l love the idea of printing on canvas drop cloth, it gives a real rustic texture and look to all the items l've made, and they're so easy to care for, just throw them in the wash, no need to be precious, you don't even have to iron, it just gives them more character.
Kim has very kindly offered this aqua printed Sel de Mer cushion cover for a GIVEAWAY on my blog. Now I can't decide which one I love more.
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