Celia Hart's blog about what's going on in and around her studio.
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Thursday, 9 October 2008

Hens, bears and angels

It was a perfect sunny day today – just right for taking photos of the tree decorations I've been making. They are linocut designs printed on some lovely Indian and Nepalese papers, I designed them last summer and they quickly sold out! This year they have the 'Leaf Doodle' paper on the reverse. They look lovely on a Christmas tree or a tree branch, and they looked great in sunshine in the garden – so they're not just for Christmas!


I'm selling them in packs of four different designs – each pack will have at least one angel, bear and hen plus one more. I had fun selecting the colours and designs that looked good together.

And here they are, all packed and labelled and for sale on Etsy.

5 comments:

  1. I hope they sell well Celia. I love the ones I bought from you last year.

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  2. These are lovely!

    Yikes! Christmas is not so far off, and I'm supposed to be making wooden reindeers for my local shop.( You make me look bad :)

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  3. Your decorations are lovely, I am very pleased with my purchase. I am sure they will be snapped up in no time!

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  4. Love your birds!....and your website. Will visit again.
    Darlene

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  5. Thank you Gina!

    Hi Karen - Wooden reindeer sound cute! Yes Christmas will creep up upon us, I need to prepare for Christmas Art & Craft Fairs.

    Thank you Acornmoon! It was a pleasure!

    Hi Darlene - I've just had a quick look at your beautiful felt dolls, they're exquisite!

    Celia

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