Field of Poppies Floral Notecard
This watercolor of Scarlet poppies is printed from an original watercolor painting by Kelly Barone.
Red poppies are now seen as a joyous icon as well as being an icon of remembrance. Bright red poppies are fashionable and are popping up all over.The poppy of wartime remembrance is Papaver rhoeas, the red-flowered corn poppy. In Canada, the United Kingdom, the United States, Australia, South Africa and New Zealand, artificial poppies (plastic in Canada, paper in the UK, Australia, South Africa, Malta and New Zealand) are worn to commemorate those who died in war. This form of commemoration is associated with Remembrance Day, which falls on November 11. In Canada, Australia and the UK, poppies are often worn from the beginning of November through to the 11th, or Remembrance Sunday if that falls on a later date. In New Zealand and Australia, soldiers are also commemorated on ANZAC day (April 25), although the poppy is still commonly worn around Remembrance Day. Wearing of poppies has been a custom since 1924 in the United States.
These beautiful 5X7 cards are ivory with plain ivory envelopes. The cards are blank inside, perfect for writing your own heart-felt sentiment. These cards are so pretty you'll want to keep extras on hand for yourself as well as having some on hand to give as gifts.
The card itself is a gorgeous, 140 pound ivory watercolor paper and the the prints are professional quality on the same paper, held in place with corner tabs for ease of removal because this fine art card contains a limited edition print, signed and numbered by the artist and is suitable for framing.
Please be aware that colors may vary slightly due to differences in monitor settings
These botanical beauties are perfect as a gifts for Mom, Birthdays, Thank You or Hostess gifts, lovely for sending notes to friends or family.
Blank inside they are suitable for any occasion.
All notecards may be bundled 4 for $20 and you may mix and match.
Place the 4 cards you wish to purchase in your cart, Use coupon code CARDS and it will bring your cost to $20.
*Artist retains all copyrights to artwork and no artwork may be reproduced without permission from the artist.