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Size: Fleece Blanket, 60″x80″

It’s hard to cuddle by yourself. But with these fully customizable comfy fleece blankets, you won’t have to anymore. Customize the entire front panel and wrap yourself in personalized plush luxury. Delicate, soft and colorful, it’s the perfect blanket for picnics in the park, outdoor events, and cozy winter snuggles.

  • Available in 3 different sizes: small (30″x40″); medium (50″x 60″); large (60″x 80″)
  • 100% buttery soft and cozy polyester fleece
  • Edge-to-edge sublimation printing in vibrant full color
  • Sturdy double edge stitching for a clean finish
  • Back color is off-white
  • Machine washable, gentle cycle, mild detergent
  • Tumble dry low

Source: Through a Glass Darkly Fleece Blanket | Zazzle

Take care and keep laughing!

Sarah

Take care and keep laughing!

Sarah


Hope you all had a splendid Christmas Day and Boxing Day.

Style: A7 Greeting Card

Classic envelope for invitations and greeting cards. 7 ¼” wide x 5 ¼” high. Works well with laser or inkjet printers. Made for 7″ x 5″ or smaller invitations and cards. Includes free inside printing.

  • Designer Tip: To ensure the highest quality print, please note that this product has multiple customizable design areas. The unfolded outside design area measures 9.2″ x 11.3″. For best results, please add 1/8″ bleed. The unfolded inside design area measures 9.2″ x 11.3″. For best results, please add 1/8″ bleed.

Paper Type: Basic

Your business and personal mailings will stand out with this smooth, vibrant, matte, 80lb text-weight paper. Contains 50% recycled content (10% post-consumer and 40% pre-consumer waste).

Source: The Peacock Collection Envelope | Zazzle

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Sarah


EGRET: ORIGIN Middle English: from Old French aigrette, from Provençal aigreta, from the Germanic base of heron.

Oh, the utter joy of finding the right texture for the right photograph and creating something entirely other. I didn’t have to go far since one of the textures I’ve used for Reflecting Egret is one I created myself. The other is from Kerstin Frank. The photograph I’ve sandwiched between the two is by Laitche and from WikimediaI discovered it when I was looking for a pelican for the most recent Cover Makeover.

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Sarah


FROM THE ARCHIVE December 2014. You didn’t really think I wouldn’t reblog my cheerful little robin from last year, did you! There’s still time to buy your Christmas cards — if you have a sturdy, fast-moving writing hand, that is.

‘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

‘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…

Source: First Night Design | Stay, Little Cheerful Robin! | First Night Design


FROM THE ARCHIVE 23 July 2014

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Hummingbird Tune @ First Night DesignHummingbird Tune @ First Night Design

Inspired by the exquisite paintings of Janet Weight Reed, whose running motif is the hummingbird, I have used the same background as in Seagull Sonata to showcase this rather splendid hummingbird (Mdf on Wikimedia Commons).

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Sarah

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FROM THE ARCHIVE 21 July 2014

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Seagull Sonata © First Night DesignSeagull Sonata © First Night Design

I created Seagull Sonata with a photograph from Wikimedia and applied several textures, including one by Kerstin Frank, to produce a digital watercolour.

Hark to the whimper of the seagull.
He weeps because he’s not an ea-gull.
Suppose you were, you silly seagull.
Could you explain it to your she-gull?

Ogden Nash

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Sarah

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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.

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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 @
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Fine Art America
Fine Art England

Take care and keep laughing!

Sarah

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Stay, little cheerful Robin!
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30% off all pillows + 20% off everything else @ Zazzle US or @ Zazzle UK
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Stay, little cheerful Robin!
Stay, little cheerful Robin Pillows! (UK)

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Sarah


‘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


Inspired by the exquisite paintings of Janet Weight Reed, whose running motif is the hummingbird, I have used the same background as in Seagull Sonata to showcase this rather splendid hummingbird (Mdf on Wikimedia Commons).

Sell Art Online

Related

Take care and keep laughing!

Sarah


I created Seagull Sonata with a photograph from Wikimedia and applied several textures, including one by Kerstin Frank, to produce a digital watercolour.

Hark to the whimper of the seagull.
He weeps because he’s not an ea-gull.
Suppose you were, you silly seagull.
Could you explain it to your she-gull?

Ogden Nash

Take care and keep laughing!

Sarah


What does a girl, a plate of food, and a handwritten French document from 2 Lil’ Owls have in common? Nothing. Except all these elements have been combined, believe it or not, to create this piece. It’s astonishing what different shapes and colours can do when blended together. Throw in three different textural backgrounds, also from 2 Lil’ Owls and bought as a bundle from Design Cuts, and a beautiful swan from The Graphics Fairy and you have The Swan Also Rises. Yes, the title tickled me when I thought of it!

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Sarah

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