First Night Design | Stay, Little Cheerful Robin!


BLESSINGS TO YOU ALL FOR THE HOLIDAYS! MAY YOU HAVE A BEAUTIFUL DAY TOMORROW AND THE BEST SORT OF RECOVERY THE DAY AFTER!

TAKE CARE AND KEEP LAUGHING!

SARAH x

P.S. WITHOUT A COMPUTER AND THUS NO CHANCE OF CREATING A NEW CHRISTMAS POST, I HOPE YOU WILL ENJOY SEEING MY ROBIN AGAIN.

First Night Design

Stay, little cheerful Robin! © Sarah VernonStay, little cheerful Robin! Postcards © Sarah Vernon

‘Stay, little cheerful Robin! stay,
And at my easement sing,
Though it should prove a farewell lay
And this our parting spring.

— William Wordsworth To a Redbreast—In Sickness

Stay, little cheerful Robin!
Stay, little cheerful Robin! Greeting Cards

‘The reason birds can fly and we can’t is simply because they have perfect faith, for to have faith is to have wings.’

― J.M. Barrie, The Little White Bird

The original robin is “Erithacus rubecula with cocked head” by Francis C. FranklinOwn work. Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 via Wikimedia Commons.

Textures used are from 2 Lil’ Owls.

Available @
Zazzle US
Zazzle UK
Crated
Fine Art America
Fine Art England

Take care and keep laughing!

Sarah

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7 thoughts on “First Night Design | Stay, Little Cheerful Robin!

  1. Dear Sarah,
    Tempus fugit, I had been meaning to send you Season’s Greetings weeks ago but, alas, illness, vacant memory, and wanton stupidity prevented me doing so until today, but, for me, Christmas absolutely does not end until twelfth night I shall do so now. 🙂 HOPING YOU HAVE HAD A LOVELY HAPPY CHRISTMAS (SO FAR) AND WISHING YOU A RADIANTLY WONDROUS & MERRY NEW YEAR IN WHICH RECENT SADNESSES WILL MELT LIKE SNOW UNDER HEAT (THO’ I LIKE A SNOWY CHRISTMAS AS LONG AS IT HAS NO SLIPPY ICE!) AND THAT YOU WILL BE WARMED WITHIN BY MUCH JOY. HAPPY NEW YEAR 2015!

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    1. Sadnesses have melted simply by reading your words, George. However, I am still reduced to a loaned Windows computer and waiting with baited breath for my new MacBook! I hope you too had a wonderful Christmas and New Year and I wish you all good things for 2015.

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