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Sunday, October 28, 2012

Ewe & Eye Trunk Show Part II

More canvases to peruse.  Many of these are fun and homey, click on the caption for further information on size etc. ( Earlier posting on this Trunk Show now has those  canvases linked to the webstore also.)  Thus far its been a great trunk show and the canvases really do sell themselves.  Most if not all the Karen Cruden snowmen and holiday ones are gone so if your looking for these let me know and I'll order them for you at the trunk show price of 20% off retail.

Any thoughts of "well......... I love it but what would I do with it?"  Please hop over to Lisa Krause's site http://www.deuxbijouxbijoux.com/category_22/Frames-Ewe-Eye.htm.  She's the master mind behind so many creative frames for Ewe and Eye and Maggie canvases (exclusively).  Her frames are priced well typically between $100. - $200. making a unique and fun finishing touch on your work instead of another ho-hum frame.
A Tall Red House $84.80

Three Houses $89.60

Molly with Cat $84.80

Spring Daffodils $124.80


Black Willow Farm $76.80

 Ironing Day $134.40

Magpie with Embroidery Scissors $43.20
Bird in Hand $62.40


Tallulah $100.80


Needlepoint Gift $19.20
Heart Present $33.60

2 comments:

  1. I wondered that too but didn't want to appear ignorant. I remember as a kid my mom had dampening day the day prior to ironing day. She sprinkled water on clothes from a Coke bottle with a perforated cap, then rolled up the garments individually and placed them in a vinyl bag. Ironing is right up there with dusting IMO.

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