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Source: Bird in the Hand Neck Tie | Zazzle

Take care and keep laughing!

Sarah


Features / Creation 2 February 2015 / Everyday Women 16 October 2014 / Artists with Disabilities 16 October 2014 / Visual Texture Group 15 October 2014

Photoshop / Own ephemera & textures

• Also buy this artwork on bags, apparel, stickers, and more.

Source: “Bird in the Hand” Studio Pouches by Sarah Vernon | Redbubble

Take care and keep laughing!

Sarah


This one of my favourite collage designs from way back when I didn’t really know what I was doing!

Ostensibly for Valentine’s Day, it could just as easily cover any occasion and it looks fabulous, she said modestly, on cushions, tote bags, mobile phone cases and duvet covers. (Well, she would say that, wouldn’t she!)

Take care and keep laughing!

Sarah

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