New Holiday Prints

October 21, 2013

Christmas is coming to the shop!

To say I love Christmas is a little bit of an understatement. We have made a family tradition of getting our Christmas tree the day after Thanksgiving and transforming the house that day (after some early bird shopping & getting great deals, of course). While others may complain that stores have already set up Christmas displays or radio stations play the music too early, I’m getting all giddy inside – just waiting to watch ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’, ‘White Christmas’ and many more classics.

In my excitement, I recently worked on three new prints that have now been added to the shop. They’ve been designed to stand on their own or be displayed collectively.



Be sure to stay tuned for more holiday prints being added this month.

And as you get a start on your seasonal shopping, you’ll want to stop by my friend, Hannah’s, Holiday Market for some great gift ideas from a variety of super talented shops. Hannah’s own shop is filled with gorgeous jewelry and has some awesome new pieces in it, so perfect for gift giving.

I’m offering a coupon code through the Holiday Market, that will be running through this week.
Use FANCYTHAT15HM upon checkout through 10/26 for 15% off your order!

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