They're here! I'm so excited to share my brand new mini Limited Edition Autumn/Winter Collectors Prints!
With only 20 of each piece in this Collectors Edition these new additions to my seasonal releases will brighten up any corner, nook or small space in your home with their wonderful energy.
Autumn brings The Secretive Jay, gathering and caching acorns, The Heart Shaped Beaver building his lodge and Simply. Red. preparing for change.
Winter brings Tawny Owl Dreaming connecting with the ancestors, A Partridge in a Pear Tree ushering in abundance and The Jubilant Robin singing in protection and joyous celebration for this special time of year.
Each print ushers in the unique energy and wisdom of the individual species, blessing your/your loved ones home with their special vibration. They also look and feel wonderful if you cluster them together, creating a combined energy that is just beautiful. They make beautiful and eco friendly gifts, that will last for many years to come.
Each print is professionally printed to Giclee standard, with a professionally cut mount which I have hand signed and numbered, together they show off these beautiful mini drawings to their very best and using only the most eco friendly papers and methods.
In their mount they measure a small, but perfectly formed, 21cm X 29.7cm - all ready to pop straight into a standard A4 frame, which makes collecting them super affordable too. You can find A4 frames in any shop selling ready made frames or if you prefer you can ask your trusted framer to create one.
To view them and to read more simply click this LINK where you will find all 12 from Spring through Winter (select Size A5 LE Mounted Print for your chosen pieces). Each Collectors LE print is just £27.50 including UK P&P.
If you are overseas please message me HERE with your order request and country details and I will find the best postage price and send you an response and payment link.
I hope you love them and enjoy collecting these mini treasures. Do feel free to ask any questions in the comments below, I'd love to hear from you.
Who is/are your favourite/s and why? Click images to view in Gallery.