anna joyce

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i have a real soft spot for these hand sewn canvas wall panels from portland designer anna joyce. i’m not normally a big stretched canvas person but these would be so cute in a child’s room (or in an adult room- though ac won’t allow any more birds in our house). all of anna’s work is composed of a mix of vintage and new fabrics and each piece is one of a kind. you can find anna’s work at olio united in portland or at her etsy shop right here. prices for this collection range from $40-$120. [thanks, anna!]

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  1. VisuaLingual says:

    These are extremely sweet; I especially love the unusual color combos.

  2. brand-eye says:

    i agree, these are sweet! they include everything i love: animals, trees, fabric, sewing…. i might have to treat myself.

  3. Lizzie says:

    these are very cute! if it makes you feel any better, birds have been outlawed from my house as well. i am moving on to hedgehogs, deer and rabbits.

  4. lex says:

    these are incredible!

  5. Dane says:

    Gorgeous. Love the 70s vibe. These would make amazing panels on a quilt….

  6. Ms. Cristina Maldonado says:

    These sre super adorable. would make perfect pieces of art in any room. Way to go Anna Joyce. You inspire me,

  7. Ms. Cristina Maldonado says:

    These are super adorable. would make perfect pieces of art in any room. Way to go Anna Joyce. You inspire me,

  8. Ms. Cristina Maldonado says:

    These are super adorable. would make perfect pieces of art in any room. Way to go Anna Joyce. You inspire me.

  9. Mariella* says:

    I agree… They are perfect pieces.. either together or on their own. hmmm this may just look great in my office….beautiful job Anna.

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