I had the pleasure of creating a custom illustration for one of my long-time friends' baby shower. Their theme was hiking and the outdoors with their mascot being a mountain goat. I created a vector illustration which was then applied to invites, fabric, thank you cards and wood coasters.
I also created a repeating pattern and had it printed on fabric through Spoonflower. I used the fabric to sew a set of burp cloths. (There are a ton of tutorials online, but basically I found a fun purple flannel fabric and cut out rectangles of each fabric and sewed them right sides together, then flipped them right side out, and sewed the opening shut.) One yard of each fabric was enough to make 6 burp cloths.
This was a fun project where I got to use my illustration and design skills, as well as create tangible (and very useful!) objects.
These very cool wood coasters were created by the husband of the baby shower planner. I believe they were digitally engraved. They're almost too pretty to set a drink on!
Mountain Goat Fabric is available on Spoonflower.