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What a lovely surprise!Featured in Creation 20th November 2016 / Featured in Vintage Retro Classic 6th December 2012. / Featured in Artists Universe 17th November 2012. / Featured in Vavoom 8th November 2012. / Daily Dazzler feature in Art Universe 27th October 2012. / Featured in Creative Cards & Calendars 26th October 2012.

Background from Astrid’s Artistic Efforts, flowers, birdcage and French typography from The Graphics Fairy. Created in Photoshop. / Blog / Facebook / Twitter • Also buy this artwork on apparel, stickers, phone cases, and more.

Source: “Birdcage Blossom” Leggings by Sarah Vernon | Redbubble

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Sarah

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Source: Birdcage Blossom Letterhead | Zazzle

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Sarah


Size: Rickshaw Medium Zero Messenger Bag

A powerhouse of versatility, the Rickshaw Medium Zero Messenger Bag is perfect as a workday commuter, overnight attaché, or travel bag. Vibrantly printed with your custom artwork or text on rugged polyester and designed with an interchangeable accessories system, this bag is as customizable inside as it is outside. Carefully constructed with a focus on environmental sustainability, this bag combines form, function, and a small ecological footprint.

  • Dimensions 11″ H x 18″ W x 6″ D.
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  • Quick-adjust cam shoulder strap.
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Source: Birdcage Blossom Messenger Bag | Zazzle

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Sarah


Following on from yesterday’s Pot-Pourri Duvet Cover, I give you the “Birdcage Blossom Duvet Cover”, and a photo of it in situ below as I bought it for myself and couldn’t be more delighted.

Featured in Vintage Retro Classic 6th December 2012. / Featured in Artists Universe 17th November 2012. / Featured in Vavoom 8th November 2012. / Daily Dazzler feature in Art Universe 27th October 2012. / Featured in Creative Cards & Calendars 26th October 2012. / Background from Astrid’s Artistic Efforts, flowers, birdcage and French typography from The Graphics Fairy. Created in Photoshop. • Also buy this artwork on home decor, apparel, stickers, and more.

Source: “Birdcage Blossom” Duvet Covers by Sarah Vernon | Redbubble

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In other news, the ophthalmology appointment came through yesterday morning and I’ll be seeing the specialist on 10th November. Thank you once more for your amazing support during the gritted-teeth period. Talking of teeth … no, you don’t’ want to know!

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Sarah


I’m delighted to have sold a Birdcage Blossom Clock! Thank you to whoever was smitten enough to buy it.


“Why should I wake when I’m half past dead?”
Emilie Autumn


“A story conducted by the time of a clock and calendars alone would be a story not of human beings but of mechanical toys.”
Mary Lascelles, Jane Austen And Her Art


Available at the following galleries:
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Zazzle US
Zazzle UK
Fine Art America
Fine Art England
Saatchi Art

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Sarah


My service provider is saying I used up 30gb (my monthly limit) in the second week of February. How on earth? Something’s happening that I don’t know about and I have to work it out before the start of the next month, which starts on 8th March. I’ve stopped the syncing with iCloud (I’m on a Mac) and limiting what I upload to my online storage but if anyone has any ideas as to what else might be happening that I’m unaware of, I’d be immensely grateful.

In the meantime, in-between-time, ain’t we got fun with this re-blogged writing paper!

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Birdcage Blossom Writing Paper by FirstNightDesign

Something sweet to send you to sleep with pleasant dreams!  This would make a beautiful present for all the ladies among your family and friends.

Birdcage Blossom products

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I recently sold a couple of Birdcage Blossom postcards. Which was nice! And I thought I’d show you some of the other products with the design as suggestions for Christmas.

Birdcage Blossom 
Birdcage Blossom Hip Flasks

Birdcage Blossom
Birdcage Blossom Wrapping Paper

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Sarah


As I’ve just sold another postcard of Birdcage Blossom, I thought you might like to see one of the original posts relating to this collage from two years ago. Whenever I look at it, I find myself amazed that it was me who created it!

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Following on from the last post, this is the birdcage image on a pillow.

Background from Astrid’s Artistic Efforts, flowers, birdcage and French typography from The Graphics Fairy.

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Winner of a Today’s Best Award on Zazzle!

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Sarah


Following on from the last post, this is the birdcage image on a pillow.

Background from Astrid’s Artistic Efforts, flowers, birdcage and French typography from The Graphics Fairy.

Take care and keep laughing.

About Sarah & First Night Design

Birdcage Blossom
Birdcage Blossom Writing Paper by FirstNightDesign

Something sweet to send you to sleep with pleasant dreams!  This would make a beautiful present for all the ladies among your family and friends.

Birdcage Blossom products

Take care and keep laughing.

About Sarah & First Night Design

Hello Everyone,

I’ve been creating another collage with another beautiful piece of clip art from The Graphics Fairy!

The Graphics Fairy

On this occasion I added various layers of vintage documents to Karen’s beautiful birdcage image and played around with colours and blending until I came up with Golden Tweets. I’m sure I was subconsciously inspired by getting to grips with Twitter in the last couple of weeks!

I’m currently putting it onto various products in my Zazzle gallery so do take a look.  Though I ‘say it myself as shouldn’t’, it does look rather delicious on an envelope!Golden Tweets envelope

Take care and keep laughing,
Sarah

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