Exciting news folks...
Washing line art prints are now in the building! Well, in the online virtual shop at least. But they are in my building, ready and patiently waiting to be sent to your building!
The prints are all A4 sized (21.7cm x 21cm) and come unframed, but they will easily fit into standard frames with or without mounts. The frame in the photos is one I picked up at a charity shop & hastily repainted in order to get a photoshoot done for a tight deadline. I had to hand cut the mount so it's a bit wobbly, but I still love it!
But if you don't fancy that option, you can get some pretty lovely frames at a rather large homeware shop that begins with an I and ends in an A (with a K & E in the middle) that will do the job perfectly.
For each washing line design there is a standard version, a personalised version, and a hand embellished personalised version.
The hand embellished ones feature extra loveliness that makes each print completely unique. Tiny buttons and shaped papers give it a three dimensional feel, and turns an already lovely print into a really special gift.
But I'm offering a straightforward personalised version too, which is flat, and a little cheaper.
The little boy's version is just as charming as the little girl's one I think.
I'm not sure if I've mentioned this before but you may recognise that the clothes hanging on each washing line belong to Clara and Colin.
I love the idea that these are Clara products, but only instantly recognisable as such for those already in the know!
The paper they are printed on is just gorgeous. And FSC certified, which is awesome! You can read a bit more about the paper here.
These two designs are also available as notecards in both my Not On The High Street shop and my Etsy shop. And if you are interested in stocking either the prints or the cards in your own lovely shop do give me a shout.
I'm really hoping that you like them because I would love to add to the range of art prints soon. Fingers crossed.
P.S. I have officially been live on Not On The High Street for two weeks, and so far so good. And a couple of days ago I found out that one of my products is going in their Christmas catalogue. Squeal!!