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redbubbleshopupdate2019

It’s that time of year. Be on the lookout for online coupons. Redbubble currently has a 20-505 off deal. I’ve updated my Redbubble shop. Take a peek when you have a chance and see if you find something interesting. I’m hoping to add photos from recent trip to Amsterdam soon. Until then, enjoy!

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Mugs are on sale.  I repeat, mugs and espresso cups are on sale in my zazzle shop, ImagesbyCynthia.  Click on any image to learn more.  Most of the images are in the realms of nature and science.

In the realm of food, there’s some new 6×6 prints and coasters available in the JustFood shop. Enjoy!

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My little friend, now 7-years old, visited recently.  She went to her corner, picked up some blank paper and her basket of crayons.  As she sat down to draw, she said, “I enjoy playing with paper.”  I could only reply, “So do I.”  This year I have been playing with paper in new ways.

Spending time perusing sites like the Library of Congress Prints and National Gallery of Art. Imagining how available imagery might appear on items from a stamp to a sticker to a paper plate.  It is a new creative outlet, producing products that I hope people enjoy for themselves or as gifts for others of all ages.

My image selections are influenced by the people and events around me.  In recent weeks I’ve found myself in conversation with cat lovers, musicians and folks who enjoy entertaining others.

 

The shop where these items can be found is called StationeryWorks because it began with my desire to dress up the letters that I was sending to friends and family.  It will continue to evolve. I hope you have a chance to check it out. 😉

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I’m excited to share that now available at The Book Shop at Trinity Church in Copley Square, this mug and two different magnets depicting a photograph I took of the stained glass window, David’s Charge to Solomon.  As described in an earlier post, the window was designed by Edward Burne-Jones and executed by William Morris.  The entire window is of course fantastic but for me, with camera in-hand, it is the light streaming through these angels that draws my eyes.  To see these items and other lovely merchandise, visit the Book Shop in the undercroft (basement) of the church, or you can contact the Shop by phone at 617.536.0944 extension 225.

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