My favourite is a whimsical French one - so - I really was pleased to read Heather Moore's article on illustrator Raymond Peynet a while ago. His work appeared on porcelain, dolls, books, medals, statues and my scarf!The drawings are so simple and they tell a love story! It is going to be very hard for me to put this on my etsy shop, but it will be there soon!
Beautiful! I like the idea of using the scarf without cutting it as well.
Oh it is so whimsical and I love the fact that you've kept it in one piece.
These are so stunning - I can understand how you'd want to keep them!
These are so fun!
(Today is one of those days when my system just would not show your post - I've checked 5 times during the day - glad you are here!)
Wow, the pictures convey an entire story, with a sense of the mood.
"Whimsical" is such a lovely word to describe this!
What a lovely idea I just love it. To bad I don´t have any scarfes, except the one I just around my neck when I´m blogging (the aircon is blowing right at me:-)
Have a great coming week
//Gunilla in Singapore
The print of the couple in the fountain is VERY cute!
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