Listen up, young whippersnappers: when we were your age, we had to trudge fifteen miles to work every day. Barefoot. With wild raccoons biting our ankles the whole time.
And if we wanted to have photos on our fabric, we had two options: glue and thumbtacks.
But all you young punks have to do is choose a photo and have Spoonflower print it on cloth for you. Your very own photo-print fabric: yards and yards of it.
And we suppose you rapscallions will make clever things with your fancy photo fabric:
- Wrap skirts with photos of grass on ‘em (Get it? Grass skirt?)
- Custom-made camera cases.
- Camera straps that actually look good around your neck.
- Aprons with photos of food all over them.
- Or even a whole quilt!
Young people these days with their shoes and photo cloth and raccoon-free commutes.
What’s the world coming to, dagnabit?