Vintage Christmas Icons of the Past Faux Canvas Print
* colorful illustration * iconic 50’s 60’s styling – old fashioned retro feel with some “coolness” * vintage vibe with gold, red, aqua, turquoise, green holiday images on midnight black background. * design easily resized to fit mugs to wrapping paper – banners to Christmas cards * shown displayed on wrapped canvas, perfect to hang or shelf decoration * need assistance? we are here to help
Size Ranges from 10 x 10 to 36 x 24 in wrapped canvas
(note this design can be placed on any product Wall Art to mugs)
The perfect accessory to any wall, faux wrapped canvas prints are an affordable alternative to traditional canvas wrap prints. Made from lightweight foam core, these economical prints are vibrant, durable, and easy to transport.
Dimensions: 10″ x 10″ x 2″
Material: 3/16″ white foam core
Super lightweight but resilient, these prints are perfect for easy hanging
I was inspired by these sweet little pachyderms! – Vintage from the 1960s – The Etsy seller (VintageByJade) has this write up – “Vintage purple salt glazed ceramic elephant mom and 2 chained babies. Made in Japan by Arnart Creations.”
Aren’t they adorable? Then, out of the blue … I stumbled on this …
So what was a muse to do? Start drawing of course!
Still playing with the hues of the colors. My ‘Edward Elephant” shall be sporting a blue/gray and I really want a rich deep tone for the balloons. Illustration and sketching are always the beginning steps. Since this project will become part of Poetic Pastries wall decor or art print series – the final rendering of my design is going to take place with cgi. Some of you may have experienced the journey of my baby shower invitations and the baby elephant I created for my stationery portfolio; recall Poetic Pastries released her into clipart free common use. Stay tuned to see the finalization of little Eddie – I have ‘high’ hopes!
Ready for the REVEAL? Check out my digital prints shop – Penchant for Pachderms – I am pretty sure this design will have you ‘trumpeting’ accolades!
(*Note this post represents Studio work done earlier – as of this blogpost date – this design has been issued for licensure) Enjoy!