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Snowy Gazebo Blue fabric by karenharveycox on Spoonflower - custom fabric

Preview scale: 24 x 24 inches

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12.00in x 12.00in, 500 pixels/inch,
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On Basic Cotton Ultra per yard $ In stock

By Karen Cox

All artwork protected by copyright © all rights reserved. Designing requests are accepted through my French Script shop on Etsy. Other products matching my fabric designs in this shop can be found on FrenchScript on Etsy.

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Snowy Gazebo blue was created using a photo of our gazebo in snow. I used a blue hue to emphasize the whites of the snow. We live in New England, so there is always a winter wonderland to photograph.

Besides designing fabric, I love photography. The quality of Spoonflower's decals are so lovely. I thought why not include a collection of decals using my photography. This winter scene would be perfect as wall art, popped in a frame, adhered to a canvas, or applied directly to the wall.. This listing is for a small, medium or large decal only.

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karenharveycox says: I lived in Hong Kong for five years and missed the snow. Then we moved to Toronto. I was so happy to see the snow again, but it was extreme. Now we are in Massachusetts and it's a nice amount of snow to enjoy.

Posted over 4 years ago.


shelleymade says: Beautiful Karen! I so miss the snow! It never snows where I now live...

Posted over 4 years ago.


karenharveycox says: Thank you. Such an affordable alternative.

Posted over 4 years ago.


anniedeb says: What a lovely photograph and a great way to use decals. Wonderful and smart idea!

Posted over 4 years ago.


karenharveycox says: I ordered a few 5" x 5" decals of my photography. I simply adhered it to a chubby 5" square canvas and popped it on a frame. The canvases were on sale, and the decal was just $5.00. An inexpensive way to create art or photography on an easel. The decal is already treated, so you simply have to peel and stick.

karenharveycox uploaded a project image link for karenharveycox's design Snowy Gazebo Blue :


Posted over 4 years ago.