As soon as I got into the groove of Spoonflower’s weekly design contests, they changed to monthly contests. The theme of April’s challenge is “Japanese Garden.” The theme goes along with a new kimono design on Sprout patterns.
I did a little research on Japanese flowers and settled on the plum blossom. It is similar to a cherry blossom, but there are some differences (this article identifies some of those differences, if you are interested).
I set to work creating my geometric flowers and set them against a sky blue background. Here’s my final design:
You can see all of the Japanese Garden challenge entries, and vote for your favorites, here.
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