i love the butterfly (two plates) picture. i bought a book with your illustrations in it. it's the book where you list 5 favorite things. i'm saving it for when my little one will be older.
these are adorable.
Woke up early and here I am sipping my first coffee of the day looking at these gorgeous prints - nice uplifting start to the day. Love the top one :)
I'm not a coffee drinker, but I do love these designs! The brown background one is my fave.
Even though I don't drink coffee, I really love these designs!! fab!
Lots of hot coffee in a proper copper coffee pot ! Really lovely
At times awards are given amongst bloggers - I'd like to give you one, because of your pretty and funny pictures (I explained it on my blog). Just to let you know I really like your blog. Thanks for it!
These are really beautiful! I think you should make fabric out of these prints. I want to buy some for my next quilt!
'm from Brazil and I found their work coisass one of the most beautiful I have ever seen. Congratulations
Beautiful color schemes. Coffee really is THE creative juice! Thanks for sharing.
Lovely as usual...brown and aqua are my faves! ♥C
OMG I want them. In fabric. So I can sew a compendium for work because a lot of my meetings happen over coffee...
Oooh! I love these as much as I love coffee...and that is a lot! Gorgeous!
I love your work. These are sooo cute.
Really cute. Love the cups all over. The coffee pot is really clever too.
A Whole Series of Coffee. Unbelievably beautiful.
love. love. love.
Fabulous! Happy Valentine's Day
I love them, it made me want to make myself a nice cup of my grandmas garden coffee..she collects it and toasts it too in Chiapas.. I think you would like that coffee
Wonderful! Love the colors.. Love it! :D
The patterns are really lovely. And i feel the need of having coffee right now!
these are fabulous and I love your color palettes, very sweet!
i love coffe!!!And i love your work!and i love you!!so, is the perfect combination!!!!!!
I love your patterns! I just joined Spoonflower.com and am trying to make cool patterns. How on earth do you plan them so that they'll be seamless? I'm not good at math! It seems somehow mathematical! LOL!
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