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Skulls † Prints † Paperbacks


Current favorites taking me into the work week... and for some strange reason, this deer skull puts poetry in my thoughts.

The team over at Easy Canvas Prints asked me to review one of their many fantastic products, and I couldn't be happier with the results. The customization was effortlessly fun, and the only true density in the design process was rummaging through my image folders and mandating which picture was most deserving of a new canvas residence. It's a great way to capture a memory or even create your own unique piece of art. Head over and check'em out!

(Vintage Egyptian necklace and rosary, print c/o Easy Canvas Prints)

Comments

Alex said…
Babygirlfriend, you are such a talented girlfriend, and I love these photos, especially the last two! You are good at everything you put your mind to, and I'm so proud of you.
Bella Harris said…
Awwww baby, thank you!!! Loving you...
Liz Lizo said…
Amazing photos, the first one had me speechless with all sorts of decoraitng ideas. Congrats!

xx
Liz Lizo
www.vogued-out.com
Andrés Corella said…
AHHHHHH I love that second skull!!!So cool! And Sweeny Todd in the shelf..nice!

xx
Andy
The Black Label
Bonjourdesy said…
Ohh BLACK. I love your stuff. such a cool thing.
rental mobil said…
Very nice, thanks for sharing.
the vintage Egyptian necklace is just amazing! LOVE IT!
-C
xoxox
Richie Riches for Less

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