Monstera & Xanadu Burp Cloth 2 pk
Monstera & Xanadu Burp Cloth 2 pk
Monstera & Xanadu Burp Cloth 2 pk
Monstera & Xanadu Burp Cloth 2 pk
Monstera & Xanadu Burp Cloth 2 pk

Monstera & Xanadu Burp Cloth 2 pk

$19.99

- 2 per package 

- Made from 100% organic cotton 

- Made in the USA 

- 14 in x 23 in 

 

- Machine washable 

- To minimize fading always wash on cool/cold washer setting 

- We recommend using a phosphate-free detergent to preserve color  

- Lay flat to dry 

 

Jenny Kiker, better known by her online handle of Living Pattern, is a watercolorist living in South Florida. Originally from North Carolina, she graduated from Savannah College of Art & Design with an Illustration major and Painting minor. After working with Carter's, Osh-Gosh kids clothing, Free People, and URBN Inc., she made the jump to compel her creativity into her own brand, and started focusing on her artwork full-time. She uses her art as a way to draw appreciation to nature, and to connect herself and her audience to its delicateness. She lets the subject inform where the lines in a piece want to go and how they want to feel. The ink is free to deepen and soften, just as color would in the natural world.

Specs

- 2 per package 

- Made from 100% organic cotton 

- Made in the USA 

- 14 in x 23 in 

 

Care

- Machine washable 

- To minimize fading always wash on cool/cold washer setting 

- We recommend using a phosphate-free detergent to preserve color  

- Lay flat to dry 

 

About the artist

Jenny Kiker, better known by her online handle of Living Pattern, is a watercolorist living in South Florida. Originally from North Carolina, she graduated from Savannah College of Art & Design with an Illustration major and Painting minor. After working with Carter's, Osh-Gosh kids clothing, Free People, and URBN Inc., she made the jump to compel her creativity into her own brand, and started focusing on her artwork full-time. She uses her art as a way to draw appreciation to nature, and to connect herself and her audience to its delicateness. She lets the subject inform where the lines in a piece want to go and how they want to feel. The ink is free to deepen and soften, just as color would in the natural world.