Southern Magnolia Tea Towel
Now available in my Etsy shop Paper Gumbo.
1 cotton linen canvas tea towel, measuring about 15.5 inches x 24.5 inches. This vintage botanical illustration of a Southern Magnolia has been retouched and is printed on a burgundy background with the words Southern Magnolia imprinted in white. The fabric is beautiful, looks like 100% linen. The printing on this dish towel is bright and vibrant, a true representation of the original illustration.
Washable in warm or cold water with a phosphate free cleanser. Dry low or line-dry. Iron on the back of print if necessary on medium setting. Fabric has been pre-washed but may still shrink slightly.
Makes a great gift. Looks great hanging in the kitchen as a decorative towel.
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Tea Towels in my shop Paper Gumbo on Etsy
$18.00 each, measuring about 15″ x 25″, these are printed on a beautiful white linen cotton canvas material. They are printed from my watercolor illustrations, the ink is bright and vibrant, and I stitch them myself! Most of these are made to order. Please allow 10-14 days for delivery.
Makes a great gift! More designs are being created. Visit my shop Paper Gumbo.
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My favorite time of year. We’ve only had a % of our average non-drought rainfall, but flowers and trees are blooming like crazy. I’ve seen trees blooming, that I don’t remember blooming at this time of year.
2015 Holiday Windows in New York City
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A fortune teller display appears in a holiday window at Bergdorf Goodman, Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2015 in New York. Many New York stores participate in the seasonal ritual of window display pageantry. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)
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