Mopsey Designs has introduced mobiles. There are five different canvases in the series including woodland and sea themes. Each single canvas has five different items on it and comes with hardware. Each is finished separately and hung from a baby’s crib. I think later the mobile could be turned into five ornaments. The designer has eight new hatbands. one of the designs, a bright floral is also available as an ornament round or as a glasses case.
Belmead has new belts for popular vacation spots, Stone Harbor and Newport. The company also has several different water towers, in many different modern tower styles. Although these do have destinations on them, I don’t see why you couldn’t put your town’s name on the one that matches your local tower. If you live along The Main Line, you can get either a pillow or a belt with the towns on the railroad route.
Blueberry Point has two fun canvases of Pucci-style prints one each in warm and cool colors, being 7″ square they could be glasses cases or pillow inserts. They also have a lovely canvas of camellia blossoms. The striped canvases have beetles, a dragonfly, or a butterfly. I love the company’s st of rounds of seasonal Up North houses. Each one is a different style in seasonal settings. A fun new canvas is a purse strap that looks like woven turquoise straps.
Laura Love has a series of new canvases with a line-up of cookies frosted and decorated for different holidays. Choose from St. Valentine’s Day, Hanukkah, Halloween, or Christmas. She also has a lovely canvas of different autumn leaves on a muted background. Elizabeth Crane Swartz Designs has a canvas of big dots divided in half in many colors. The canvas is available as a square or as a fold-over clutch.
Melissa Shirley has a new set of hearts with flowers around them in white and shades of pink. Vicki Sawyer has parties on the mind with three canvases that have several birds or animals on them. in addition,this licensed artist has plenty of new individual birds with hats. My favorite is a baby penguin wearing a magnolia blossom on a pretty red damask background. New fall canvases have a skull planted with succulents and a fox wearing a wreath of autumn leaves. New stockings show three different views of a house decorated for Christmas. Pick a wreath-decorated window, the Christmas tree, or a fireplace, plus two different bedrooms. There is a stunning canvas of a cardinal in front of a dramatic Christmas bouquet.
The Point of It All has 3-D houses for each of the 12 Days of Christmas. The day numbers are on the bottom of the houses. There is an adorable canvas of a tap-dancing Shirley Temple. The company has added beer cans or bottles to its popular line of liquor bottle ornaments. Raymond Crawford has new individual chess pieces. Evelyn Designs has canvases for different liquors that can be finished as hangtags and put around the bottle necks. Each is a different shape.
A Stitch in Time has a great canvas of wrapped presents. The canvas, in reds and greens, features lots of patterns on the wrapping paper. They also have a Santa in a star that’s big enough to be a tree topper. They have a series of soda cans canvases that are not versions of real sodas, but are special for different holidays and occasions. The company also has adorable elf canvases. Finally, they have a lovely series of canvases with bouquets in flower pots.
Funda Scully has two lovely hinged box designs that are inspired by classic porcelain. Each is available in more than one color. POP! Needleart has a fun canvas of a classic Nancy Drew cover. She also has cheeky sayings and canvases of hot sauce bottles. Lauren Bloch has two new canvases to benefit the Sunflower of Peace Foundation, supporting the Ukrainian people. Choose Joy and Choose Peace are in pretty pastels.She lso has new plaid clutches. Eye Candy has three new canvases in different shapes with her mod dots pattern. Alice & Blue has new canvases inspired by four of her favorite hens. You can get the hens singly as coasters or with all four on a 10″ canvas.
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