I'm so excited to introduce my latest prints - for little boy's 'Pickup Truck or Fishing Themed' nursery or bedroom!
The General Store print can be totally personalized in 3 different places. You can be as creative as you want - including your town, etc.. The 3 places you can personalize are the large store sign, the truck's side panel and the Post Office. The truck's side panel is a perfect place to personalize with Logging Co, Auto Repair, etc..
The log cabin print is set in a wooded wonderland - with pine trees, a log cabin with campfire and (best of all) a little boy fishing (wearing a buffalo plaid shirt) with his dog. There is a sign on the log cabin that can have the boy's name.
Here's an example of personaliztion:
I love the popular new buffalo plaid crib bedding and tried to create original watercolor prints that captured life in the country, mountains or woods - that would coordinate with red plaid but be unique. Little boys love dogs and fishing and who doesn't love to roast marshmallows at a campfire?
I've used the general store from a small town in Alaska as inspiration for my General Store. I then added a vintage red truck because - well, I just love red trucks and so does my grandson.
Having a sister that lives in the Northwoods of Wisconsin, I've been lucky enough to spend a lot of time walking through paths in the woods and looking at all the beautiful log and lake homes. So, one of my goals in designing these prints, was to give people living in these lovely wooded areas of the country - artwork for their child's room that was different and realistic. I wanted to create real scenes that are reminiscent of the little towns that dot the country - in places like Maine, Colorado, Minnesota, California, Indiana ... the list goes on and on!
If you'd like to order this set of prints (or canvases) - or just want to check out my nursery & children's prints (including Paris, London, Hot Air Balloons and more!), please visit my Etsy Shop:
To see the children's prints, please visit my Etsy Shop.
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