I’m excited to announce that I’m finally selling PopSockets on Amazon with my mandala designs on them!
They are currently only available to U.S. residents only, but hopefully will expand to the UK, Germany, and Canada soon.
Please note that if you’re not located in the U.S. nothing will appear when you click on the links in this post. However, if you go to the top left of the screen (on Amazon) where it says “Deliver To” you can click on that and manually type in a U.S. zipcode (ex. 90210) and then you can see the item. Unfortunately you won’t be able to ship to an address outside of the U.S. at this time.
So, what the heck are PopSockets anyway?
They are collapsible grips that stick to the back of your phone (or case) and can be used to hold your phone (great for photos and selfies), or as a stand so you can watch movies or otherwise go hands free!
I love using PopSockets on my phone and can’t live without them now, so be warned!
Here are a few examples of my mandala designs on PopSockets, and you can see all my current designs here. (Again, please note nothing will show up if the deliver to address is outside of the U.S.)
They make great gifts and stocking stuffers too!
Rose Gold Mandala PopSocket
Blue and Gold Mandala PopSocket
Sunset Mandala PopSocket
Rose Gold Mandala on White Marble Popsocket
Galaxy Mandala Popsocket
Let me know what you guys think of these!
Have you used PopSockets before? Do you like them?
Thanks for stopping by to check these out, and have a great rest of your day.
Hi guys! Today I am sharing with you 6 different zentangle inspired drawings I have done over the past few years.
Most of these combine elements of drawing and collage, and were all done in my sketchbook using Sharpie markers.
Several of these designs are available as prints and on other products in my Society6 store and other shops.
This one was inspired by Easter and the flowers of Spring.
Here it is also available as a greeting card from my Zazzle store.
This one combines a lot of different Zentangle inspired patterns and does not have any collage elements. This one is not available as a print.
This one which incorporates different lips cut out of a women’s magazine is one of my favourites!
Another spring time inspired piece including bright flowers collaged into the design.
This one is also available as products in my Zazzle store, as seen below.
Thanks for checking out these six zentangle inspired designs! I hope you like them and feel free to leave your comments below.
I purchased this pair of leggings from Society6 a little while ago and after wearing them several times and washing them I thought I’d write up a little review for those of you who are wondering what they’re like.
I have to say I absolutely LOVE these leggings.
They are stretchy and comfortable and the fabric is really soft and silky to the touch. The thick band around the top is sturdy and helps prevent muffin top.
Also the print, my White and Navy Blue Elephant Pattern, looks GORGEOUS, and much better and much brighter in person than the preview images on their website.
See the contrast between the preview photos and the one of me wearing them? They look so different! The brighter colour is actually much closer to my original image.
These leggings are great for working out and doing yoga but also just for lounging around the house and being comfortable.
Here is the product description from Society6’s website:
Nobody will judge you for wearing them all day, every day – they’re that comfy. That’s because these tights are constructed with breathable, antimicrobial polyester spandex that keeps you dry while staying cool.
- Constructed with antimicrobial polyester spandex
- Breathable, moisture-wicking qualities
- Six panel cut and sew construction
- Adjustable waistline
Check out all of the other styles of leggings from my Society6 store!
So in summary, if you’re on the fence about picking up some leggings from Society6 I say GO FOR IT! You won’t regret it.
Have you ever bought leggings from Society6 or another POD website? Let me know your experience in the comments below!
Considering the success of my Mandala Drawing Templates, I decided to create this new, more detailed version of the template so now you can draw even more complex mandala designs!
Just click on the template image above to open a new tab with the full sized image, then you can right click and choose “save image as” to download it to your computer.
Print the template off on an 8.5 x 11″ piece of paper and then use it as a guide underneath copy paper or even sketchbook paper to draw your mandala!
I find it works best to paperclip it on at least 2 sides to prevent it from moving around under the page while you draw.
Here is a mandala I drew using this template:
I hope you will find this mandala template useful!
Let me know what you think by leaving a comment below, and feel free to share your mandalas with me over on Instagram by tagging me @julieerindesigns or post your link below.
If you’re new to drawing mandalas, or want something a little less complex, you might want to check out my other Mandala Drawing Templates here!
Have a great day everyone and have fun drawing those mandalas.
Here are 2 new mandala patterns I created by re-using and re-mixing my best selling Rose Gold Mandala design!
These designs were also inspired by some of my other best selling designs, including my Blue and Gold Mandala Pattern and my Rose Gold Mandala on a White Marble background.
I think these 2 mandala designs turned out pretty nicely and I have uploaded them to my Redbubble and Society6 stores! Check out a few samples of the products available below. They make a beautiful tapestry or throw pillow.
Blue and Gold Mandala Wall Tapestry
Rose Gold Mandala on White Marble Throw Pillow or Floor Pillow
Blue and Gold Mandala Laptop Sleeve
Rose Gold Mandala on White Marble Contrast Tank Top
Blue and Gold Mandala Greeting Card
Rose Gold Mandala on White Marble Tapestry
Let me know which design or product is your favourite by leaving me a comment below!
Have a great day.
This speed drawing video I created shows the making of my latest design “Mountain Mandala”!
After drawing the mandala I scanned and edited it using Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop (not shown in the video).
I’ve started creating these videos to work on my recording and editing skills. It’s also just a fun creative project to work on.
The video was recorded on my phone, which is funny because I tried using my old digital camera but it was worse quality than my bottom-of-the-line smartphone! It’s crazy how quickly technology improves.
To position the phone above the drawing surface I used a flexible holding arm I bought from Amazon. To edit the video I used Adobe Premiere Pro.
Mountain Mandala has been uploaded to my various stores, check out some product samples below! I think it looks pretty good on the black background actually.
Mountain Mandala Throw Blanket from Society6
Mountain Mandala Mug from Redbubble
Mountain Mandala Tank Top from Society6
Mountain Mandala Sticker from Redbubble
Mountain Mandala Wall Tapestry from Society6
Feel free to check out some of my other videos and/or follow my Youtube Channel to see more videos in the future. I’ve been thinking about doing some tutorials for mandalas and things like that so if you’re interested in that make sure to hit that subscribe button!
If you have any questions about my process feel free to ask below!