You know I love creating products featuring my artwork, and many of them are available in the shop section here on my website, but I wanted to write this quick post to talk about two product types in particular that are only available in my Etsy Shop.
Holiday season is sneaking up on us! Two products that make the BEST gifts featuring my wildlife artwork are my Photographic Prints and Art Pillows! But here’s the thing… you can ONLY buy them in my Etsy Shop, not here in my website shop.
Photographic Prints are crisp, gorgeous images of my artwork on high-quality photographic paper. They’re signed by me, the artist, in plastic sleeves for protection, and with backer boards for support.
I LOVE these prints! The images pop and they’re a way to get one or more pieces of my artwork without breaking the bank.
An 8×10-inch print is only $20! And an 11×14-inch print is only $30.
Thanks to the size and the lower prices, these prints make great gifts. Do you know someone’s favorite animal? Get them a print of my drawing of that animal! Have someone who’s hard to buy for? Get them a print of one of my most popular drawings.
Art pillows were available last year during the holiday season only via special order, but now they are available in my Etsy shop!
These pillows have bright, crisp images of my wildlife artwork on them, and they look great!
There’s three sizes available:
- 14×14 inches ($25)
- 18×18 inches (my favorite) ($38)
- 26×26 inches ($55)
These make great gifts too and can give a quick and easy facelift to any room. Children, teens, and adults alike love these pillows!
The back of each pillow can be the same image as on the front, it can be a plain color, like black, white, grey, or other colors, or it can feature a different image of my artwork and be two-sided! Children especially love to have the pillows have one art image on one side and a different image on the other side. For example, for my niece who’s three, I got her a 14×14-inch pillow with the Blue-Eyed Kitten on one side and the Two Capuchin Monkeys on the other side for Christmas and she spent the rest of the day hugging the pillow and showing it to people.