QR Codes

These are patterns I’ve made, mostly with my own town(s) in mind, but you’re free to use them as well if you like! Giving credit is appreciated, especially when it comes to re-posting and sharing the patterns. But if you’re simply using the patterns in your town, you don’t have to go to extremes to credit me — maybe just point someone in my direction if they ask where the patterns came from, or if you have a credit section/page/post/widget/tag on your ACNL social media/blog where you post pictures of your town, you could list me in some way if it’s not too much trouble. But I get happy to see others using my patterns, so please don’t worry about it! 🙂

Page last updated: March 11, 2018



Fairy-Tale Bridge Path QR Codes

Plain version with no border pieces: click (8 total)



Bordered version with stone on the edges rather than grass: (28 total)
Horizontal (6) | Vertical (6) | Top left corner (4) | Top right corner (4) | Bottom left corner (4) | Bottom right corner (4)



Bordered versions with grass on the edges: (Each has 28 total)

___ Early Spring (Feb. 25)
Horizontal (6) | Vertical (6) | Top left corner (4) | Top right corner (4) | Bottom left corner (4) | Bottom right corner (4)

___ Late Spring (May or so? Sorry for the vagueness, but it’s a subtle change anyway.)
Horizontal (6) | Vertical (6) | Top left corner (4) | Top right corner (4) | Bottom left corner (4) | Bottom right corner (4)

___ Early Summer (I think it’s like June/July. Again, sorry for the vagueness.)
Horizontal (6) | Vertical (6) | Top left corner (4) | Top right corner (4) | Bottom left corner (4) | Bottom right corner (4)

___ Late Summer (August)
Horizontal (6) | Vertical (6) | Top left corner (4) | Top right corner (4) | Bottom left corner (4) | Bottom right corner (4)

___ Early September (Sept. 8)
Horizontal (6) | Vertical (6) | Top left corner (4) | Top right corner (4) | Bottom left corner (4) | Bottom right corner (4)

___ Late September through early October (~Sept. 17)
Horizontal (6) | Vertical (6) | Top left corner (4) | Top right corner (4) | Bottom left corner (4) | Bottom right corner (4)

___ Mid-to-Late October (yellow trees)
Horizontal (6) | Vertical (6) | Top left corner (4) | Top right corner (4) | Bottom left corner (4) | Bottom right corner (4)

___ Early November (orange trees)
Horizontal (6) | Vertical (6) | Top left corner (4) | Top right corner (4) | Bottom left corner (4) | Bottom right corner (4)

___ Mid-November (red trees)
Horizontal (6) | Vertical (6) | Top left corner (4) | Top right corner (4) | Bottom left corner (4) | Bottom right corner (4)

___ Late November (red-brown trees)
Horizontal (6) | Vertical (6) | Top left corner (4) | Top right corner (4) | Bottom left corner (4) | Bottom right corner (4)

___ Snowcover (Dec. 11 – Feb. 24)
Horizontal (6) | Vertical (6) | Top left corner (4) | Top right corner (4) | Bottom left corner (4) | Bottom right corner (4)


Mosaic Path (#1) Qr Codes

I made two versions of basically this same path, inspired by the in-game mosaic tile & wall:

Star motif version: Horizontal (6) | Vertical (6) [28 total with corner pieces]


Sun motif version: Horizontal (6) | Vertical (6) [28 total with corner pieces]


The corner pieces for both versions above are the same:
Top left corner (4) | Top right corner (4) | Bottom left corner (4) | Bottom right corner (4)


(The corner pieces just have swirly-type things, so you can see how they’d work fine for both versions!)



Sun Mosaic Path QR Codes


Main 2×2 repeating mosaic tile:


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Middle 2×1 mosaic pieces (allowing the path to “end” on an odd number of spaces):


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Moon Mosaic Path QR Codes


Main 2×2 repeating mosaic tile:


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Middle 2×1 mosaic pieces (allowing the path to “end” on an odd number of spaces):


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Spaced Bricks QR Codes

Actually, these are very much incomplete and need many more pieces! But I am putting these here to motivate me to finish them, which I hope to work on once I’m done with my pattern-making for Citàlune. And who knows, maybe someone would like to try these vertical ones out for now~


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A tile I made to try to match my fairytale bridge path.


A marble tile pattern I made, looking at a tile I found on google images for reference. As the title suggests, this was my first marble tile attempt!

Later on I made more marble tiles:









A brick pattern I made, inspired by the brick bridge PWP.



A small mosaic tile of a crescent moon.


A small mosaic tile of a full moon.



A small mosaic tile of a setting sun.





A pattern I made to cover up the pavement around the town tree, attempting to turn my plaza into a flowery forest clearing. This was only made to blend in with the mid-to-late October grass (when the trees are yellow), so it will look strange at other times of year.


A recoloring of the flower pattern for spring grass.


I also then did a slightly lighter version so that it would blend in better with the faded grass around my plaza. (Faded grass is lighter than fully grown grass.)

These are similar flowery grass patterns to cover up my plaza, but in different densities of flowers to create a slightly less tiled effect:






I made this pattern to customize alpine and classic furniture with, in order to try to match the manor wall.


Custom wallpaper for my character Violet’s room.


Purple-tinged wooden flooring to go with the violets wallpaper.


Second custom wallpaper for my character Violet’s room, made to look nice with the observatory floor.


Starry flooring to go with the lunar horizon wallpaper. It’s supposed to sort of match the light blue that’s at the bottom edge of the wallpaper, but of course, the lighting in the room and time of day can change how well it blends in.


Version with brighter stars, depending on whether you want the stars to be more visible or subtle.

These are QR codes for crescent moon stained glass windows, specifically designed for the simple border customization:





Moon design made to be used in the middle of stained glass with the nature border, and also as a round electric sign. Just know that there are some more refined versions of this pattern idea out there!


Ballroom window wallpaper designed to go with the golden flooring (Spread in room > Wall, Rotated).



These are patterns I made specifically for Happy Home Designer projects. They may be less detailed since they’re only to be used for a yard instead of a whole town, but I thought I would share them anyway.

Sweets-Home QR Codes




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Halloween Path QR Codes


The main, non-bordered, repeating pattern:



Bordered version: There are many pieces, but just use what you need.

Main Pieces (2×2) | Outside Corners (2×2) | Inside Corners (2×2) | All 1×1 Pieces


Harvest Path QR Codes


The main, non-bordered, repeating pattern:



Bordered version: There are many pieces, but just use what you need.

Main Pieces (2×2) | Outside Corners (2×2) | Inside Corners (2×2) | All 1×1 Pieces

61 thoughts on “QR Codes

  1. I want the QR code for the fairy tale bridge path on the sides mostly the right side I have the middle

  2. Hi Amy! I made a fairytale path based on your wonderful path series, but using a standard brick style instead of you super beautiful design! The similarities are the blue border, which I took massive inspiration from you for!

    Would you mind if I posted these to the Reddit AC forum? I’ll credit you for inspiration of course!

    Thanks!
    Tara

  3. Can you pretty please post the QR code that for the sun mosaic path you finished very recently? It’s gorgeous and I’m trying to recreate it on my own but I just can’t

    • Sure, I did it…just for you ^_^ Well I was going to post them eventually, once I made my new dream address, but with your comment, figured why not go ahead and do it now 🙂

  4. Hi! I just recently started playing ACNL. My daughter received a Nintendo 3DX as a gift, and purchased me one as well. Now I’m hooked! Lol 😆 I love your Sun Mosaic pattern for ACNL! Beautifully designed and the colors are gorgeous!

  5. I’m just wondering, how do you create your patterns like that? I find them very interesting and colorful. Any advice you want to give me?

  6. These are all amazing. Someone showed me your moon pond and was wondering if you have the code for that as it’s amazing

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