Sold Out- $245.00
Inspired by my company name and the Desert Southwest, this design features grouping of different types of cactus (prickly pear, organ pipe, saguaro, agave, cholla, barrel) meticulously stitched with just 1 or 2 strands of thread using multiple shades of green.
Please note: this is a new style of frame. While quite similar in color and style to my previous frames, these are crafted by an American-made, family-owned business out of beautiful aspen wood. Don’t worry, framing hardware and plexiglass are still included, PLUS I’ll now be including a small wooden dowel so you can stand the frame upright (like an easel) if you so desire.
This piece arrives in a white box tied with ribbon, ready for gift-giving.
Orders typically ship within 2 - 3 business days of order placement. Please familiarize yourself with Happy Cactus Designs' shipping and return policies prior to making your purchase.
- Cotton floss on white linen fabric
- Sold framed
- Aspen wood frame, white acid free mat board
- Hardware attached for easy hanging
- Wood frame measures 6” x 6”
- Embroidery design measures approximately 2.25" x 2.25"
- Clear plexiglass window included for optional use
Original design by Brannon Addison. Happy Cactus Designs holds the copyright to both the embroidery design and images of the design. Please do not copy. Images may not be used without permission.
Please note that color may differ slightly from photos due to different monitor settings.
About the artist: Brannon creates one-of-a-kind embroidered artwork and home decor items from her Colorado studio. Her work has been featured in House Beautiful, Vogue, and Design*Sponge and she was named one of Country Living's 100 Most Creative People in the Country. Learn more about Brannon's process and the embroidery collection here.
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