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Archive for the category “Watercolor”

Burgundy Marsala Red Floral Autumn Bridal Shower Card


Gorgeous floral wedding invitations show a modern touch to the classic design.
Modifications are easy with the customize tool, matte papers are suggested.  An entire line of matching products, such as stamps, envelopes and RSVP cards are already available. If a product isn’t there the designer would be happy to add it for you.


Design available on other products:   YES


White Tiger Lily Coffee Mug

White Tiger Lily Flowers Stained Glass Design Art Two-Tone Coffee Mug

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White Tiger Lily Flowers Coffee Mug by karenmccantsart

From Karen: This lovely image of white tiger lillies in front of a star-filled sky is taken from my original “stained glass” style watercolor painting…I have it available on many different items here in my store—I hope you find something you like!

Design available on other products:  YES

Watercolor Pink Flowers Posy Notebook

Watercolor Pink Flowers Posy Personalized Notebook  

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Watercolor Pink Flowers Posy Notebook by Keiko Prints

Customizable notebook featuring whimsical watercolor illustrations hot pink posy. Similar items are available in my store.

Design available on other products:  YES

Moon, Swallows and Peach Blossoms

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Moon, Swallows and Peach Blossoms by Ando, Hiroshige by hokusai_art

Gekka momo ni tsubakura

Print shows two sparrows with peach blossoms and a full moon. Born in Edo, Japan, Hiroshiges family name was Tokitaro, but he adopted the name of his mentor as per the custom of the time. His first work was a sketch of a procession done at the age of ten, and earned him the title of a prodigy. In 1828, Hiroshige began his own studio, but eventually moved to Kyoto to produce landscapes. His prints became very popular and emulated upon his return to Edo.

Design available on other products:  YES

Southern Magnolia Watercolor

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Southern Magnolia Watercolor, 18th century by UnivSouthCarolina

Southern magnolia (Magnolia grandiflora). Watercolor, 18th century, from the Ethelind Pope Brown collection of South Carolina Natural History, University of South Carolina.

Design available on other products:  YES

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