Designs and descriptions by Jeannine McGowan
This is the first entry in a new "Tudor-inspired" series. This design features a central bee with a surrounding of roses and honeycomb.
This is the second of the "Tudor-inspired" designs so far. The border was initially drawn from a chapel ceiling at Hampton Court palace, and the motif of the swan is very common in Tudor art (often symbolizing fidelity in love).
The inspiration for this piece came from a profusion of wildflowers (although I've taken some poetic license with a few of them). The text comes from a Canadian poet, Marjorie Pickthall, and her poem "Daisy Time."
This is the newest in the Language of Flowers series. In the depths of winter I always begin to dream of spring flowers. This design comes from one of the meanings assigned to the Narcissus plant - "The sun shines when I'm with you."
So for this chart I have designed a group of spring flowers and trees. The central feature is an enormous birdbath with ducks and ducklings, a swan and some cygnets.
Designs and descriptions by The Blue Flower. Releases expected first week in March 2021.
Cute and lovable designs
Look at how handsome Jack looks!
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The cutest hedgehog in A fun and bright design. It’s Spring!!