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Known as ‘The Voice of the Empire’ or ‘The Voice of the Century’, Dame Clara Butt (1872-1936) was born in Sussex and brought up in Bristol. She became one of the most famous and beloved of English recitalists and concert singers. A ‘booming’ contralto, she was remarkably imposing at 6′ 2″. Sheet music, tea tray and piano from The Graphics Fairy. Other sheet music from DigitalCollageImages on Flickr. The flourish to the left is from VintageArtDownload.com and the vintage postcard of Clara Butt is in my own collection.

Source: Taking Tea with Clara Butt T-Shirt | Zazzle

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Sarah


Purchase an adult t-shirt featuring the image of Cosmic Collision by Sarah Vernon. Available in sizes S – 4XL. Each t-shirt is printed on-demand, ships within 1 – 2 business days, and comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.

Source: Cosmic Collision T-Shirt for Sale by Sarah Vernon

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Sarah


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Remembrance Baby T-Shirt (sold in all different sizes and styles)

by FirstNightDesign

The t-shirt contains the following verse from Laurence Binyon’s famous poem below the poppy image.

For the Fallen

They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old:
Age shall not weary them, nor the years contemn.
At the going down of the sun and in the morning
We will remember them.

Laurence Binyon (1869-1943)

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Sarah


A re-mix of an earlier post. The ‘sting’ is either on the inside of the greeting card or the back of the t-shirt.

Dark Valentine Collection: Love Me Tender... Card Dark Valentine Collection: Love Me Tender… Card

Dark Valentine Collection: Do I Miss Those Moments Greeting Card

Dark Valentine Collection: Do I Miss Those Moments Greeting Card

Click here for FND’s full Valentine Collection.

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Sarah


I know. We’re all bored with designs based on the old WWII slogan but this tee expresses how I’m reacting to certain events in my life this month. Happy Sunday!

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Sarah


What a surprise! I created this design for the last World Cup and a lady has just bought the T-shirt. British football aficionados will recognise the quote — “They think it’s all over…it is now…” — as from the closing seconds  of Kenneth Wolstenholme‘s famous commentary given for the 1966 FIFA World Cup Final between England and Germany.  Yes, England won 4–2 after extra time  and there are still some people who haven’t stopped going on about it, which is rather sad.

Take care and keep laughing!

Sarah


Dark Valentine Collection: Love Me Tender... Card Dark Valentine Collection: Love Me Tender… Card

Dark Valentine Collection: Do I Miss Those Moments Greeting Card

Dark Valentine Collection: Do I Miss Those Moments Greeting Card

Click here for FND’s full Valentine Collection.

Take care and keep laughing!

Sarah

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