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By: Rosalyn's Creations

Yes it is a bit crazy looking hence the name for the design. But every project needs a filler or blender to compliment the main featured design. Having so many different colours all over the design I feel this would go with anything. I've used the tools in photoshop to create this from the Peacock 11 design and the result was amazing, I will be creating more like this using my other designs I have so I hope I get perfect matching colours for those too. Although this was created from one of my designs it would I'm sure go with something you already have in your stash. Try placing it against floral fabrics to compliment the flowers natural colours, I can see it would look beautiful. As a whole it does lend itself to blend and compliment other fabrics but can also be used independently for projects. This would make a great bean bag or cover your garden umbrella and loungers ready for the summer.

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