This is a bookmark created from my original acrylic cat painting, "MissSnowdrop".
The back of each bookmark features a poem by William Wordsworth:
"Nor will I then thy modest grace forget,
venturous harbinger of Spring..."
It measures 2" x 5" (5.08 cm x 12.7 cm), and has been printed with my Epson R2880, using pigment inks and 5-star rated Ultra Premium Presentation Paper.
I trim each bookmark by hand, and heat laminate them for durability and water-resistance.
I ship items carefully packaged in rigid photo mailers via First Class, within 2 business days after payment.
**..Buy extra bookmarks to save on shipping...**
All artwork © TaraFly, 2016. =^,,^=
I gladly accept PayPal and credit cards.
I will also accept money orders and personal checks for the exact amount of your total purchase... please allow up to 10 days for the check to clear before shipping.
Please make payments promptly. If I don't receive a payment within 7 days, unless I hear from you, I may decide to cancel the sale and relist the item.
I am very understanding, so if you are having trouble, simply contact me and we'll work something out. :)
I am curently shipping via First Class worldwide. International customers will be responsible for paying any additional customs' fees and taxes that might be required.
If you'd like a different method of shipping, please send me a request *before* purchasing so that I can adjust the shipping cost.
I will gladly gift-wrap, or include a note for the recipient, if you ask! :)
I want you to be excited about your purchases!
If my work didn't meet your expectations, or was damaged, please notify me of the condition within 2 days of receipt, and we'll work out a replacement or refund that suits you.
Obviously, custom work is encouraged!! Many of my portraits were, in fact, special commissions using pets' photos.
My cat artwork is also available for licensing, wholesale, and consignment arrangements... so please inquire via convo here, or e-mail me: (email@example.com) if you are interested.
Jan 28, 2018
I love this book mark, and thank you for the extra gift!
Nov 16, 2017
Again, Cicely Mary Barker would find humor in your interpretation of Flowers and their Cat Counterparts.