Etsy Find: Sweet Little Paintings in Happy Colors


I’m on a flower kick this week and today’s Etsy find is no exception. Check out these super sweet hand-painted images from Katie Daisy. The colors are so cheerful and the images are inspiring. Most of all, I love that you can see the artist’s hand in the brush strokes. I always like to know that something beautiful was created by an actual human being (not just Photoshop!)

Some of my favorites include the Belle Fleur, inspirational phrases like Stargazing and USA awesomeness like Love Oregon (other states available!)

How cute would these look in a bedroom vignette?


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  1. Pasha

    Can i just say, in reply to some of the understandably skacitpel remarks above?There IS no magic bullet in racing except, usually, being the bookie.From time to time a system or method comes along which, for a while, makes a profit until the bookies catch on to it. The whole art of gambling, whatever the medium is knowing when to get on and when to get off.But how many copies of a system do you think i would sell if i made that the headline in a sales letter? This is the conundrum. I want to be honest but i want to sell too. The truth is the punters want something that doesn’t exist. A system/method/tipping service that constantly delivers regular monthly profits that just keep going up and up without the inevitable problem of losing periods and runs.This exists only in fairyland.On the business angle, yes, i know what’s coming. I should, i was a student of Matt’s and have made my fee back several times. Honestly, punters, in the betting and business sense, have to learn to manage their expectations. Harry Findlay once said no-one on the planet makes more than 8% of their turnover I think he was referring to gambling but it isn’t much more for everything else when everything is taken into account, time etc.Basically, the times we live in our giving us a stern education that the tooth fairy doesn’t exist.People want lots out for putting little in whereas, in reality, what you give is what you get (as Paul Weller once said).

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