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May 24, 2007


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They are per-fect.
I too am a sucker for a good botanical.
I've never seen seaweed ones before.


They are fantastic - I love botanical prints, but usually favour the black and white ones. But those I would gladly have in colour!


I love that they are ever you decide to frame them, please share once you have!

Fresh Floral Art

You are taking me back to my college days. Landscape Plants II: Identifying 100 plants a week (scientific and common names) using botanicals. We never covered seaweed in Kentucky though.

Maryam in Marrakesh

Yes, they are lovely.

PS I think you have a typo in botonical:-)


So pretty. I don't think I've actually ever had anything framed in something other than natural wood or black, but lately I've been eyeing white and cream frames. (The green ones would look great in cream.) (Above some green ceramics.)

Are these for the shop? I'd love to see the rest...



I too am a push-over for botanical prints ~ and these are gorgeous! I think black frames would be stunning.

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