Well… this is my last post for the 12 Prints Project, and I’ve been able to create some pretty awesome art from my photos. I have to say though, that these two prints are among my favourites though. They are so unique and look great on my desk!
The pictures I chose to share this time around was from our first (and so far only) snow fall of the year. The girls were having so much fun playing together in the snow that I had to grab my camera and take a few shots, and I’m so glad I did!
They have such a simple, natural look thanks to the woodstand – made from select Canadian Douglas fir and renewably sourced in British Columbia. I love that the smooth wood features a unique grain pattern on each piece.
Of course the real star of the show here is the prints – as always they came out bright, beautiful and as crisp as the images I uploaded. These photos are actually printed on solid wood which works so well with the woodstands. I love the rounded corners and how durable the prints are – important since my kids love to play at my desk!
These Woodstand Prints would look great not only on your desk but on a bookshelf, mantel or really anywhere else in your home. They are sure to attract attention with their unique look!
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Elizabeth Lampman is a coffee-fuelled Mom of 2 girls and lives in Hamilton, Ontario. She enjoys travelling, developing easy recipes, crafting, taking on diy projects, travelling and saving money!