Valentine's Day Art for Licensing on Fabric by Cherish Flieder of Something to Cherish

Top Design: Valentine Pattern Design Challenge with Robert Kaufman

It is an honor to share with you that my “Heart-Full” watercolor pattern design was selected by Robert Kaufman to be in the Top 6 Designs for the Art Licensing Show Valentine’s Day Art Challenge!

This print was inspired by some of my favorite winged insects and birds as they carry a message of love to their Valentine. Loose watercolor brushstrokes touch on some of the emotions that arise at that special time of the year. And then there are the flowers and hearts, it’s not Valentine’s Day without flowers and hearts. <3

Thank you to the team at Robert Kaufman for judging this fabric design challenge and choosing my design. Also, a special thanks goes out to Valerie Hart who organized this challenge with ALSC and encouraged me to enter! Bless you!

Check out all of the other AMAZING Valentine’s Day art from this wonderful art licensing community.

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If you are an artist that is interested in participating in future art licensing art challenges, you can check out how to become a member of community here. 

About Cherish Flieder

Cherish Flieder is an internationally-featured artist, designer, creative entrepreneur, and award-winning children’s book illustrator. Cherish’s designs have been seen in fashion apparel, books, magazines, greeting cards, gifts, crafts and more. She is the creator of Something to Cherish®, an artistic brand that joyfully connects with the hearts of women through her original watercolor mixed-media artwork on pre-treasured gifts, home decor, fashion accessories, and keepsakes. Cherish is also the founder of the art licensing community She regularly teaches marketing, illustration, design, and technology at Rocky Mountain College of Art & Design. Connect with Cherish on Instagram, Pinterest, Facebook, Twitter, Google + and LinkedIn.

1 Comment

  1. Weaveron Textile on August 11, 2019 at 11:00 pm

    Your top pattern is very nice!