Holly | Warehouse
Warehouse Canvas Sign
Holly | Warehouse
Why do we use holly to celebrate at Christmas time? WhyChristmas.com says this: The prickly leaves represent the crown of thorns that Jesus wore when he was crucified. The berries are the drops of blood that were shed by Jesus because of the thorns. In Scandinavia it is known as the Christ Thorn. What a beautiful reminder!
Warehouse Canvas Sign Details
- Our Canvas Signs are 1.25" thick gallery wrapped canvases, printed with UV resistant inks. They are lightweight but durable, and are finished with a black matteboard back.
- Arrives with pre-installed sawtooth hanging hardware ready to hang directly out of the box. (With a vertical and horizontal hanging option on each piece!) Learn more about the construction of the Warehouse Canvas Sign here.
- Canvas Signs are perfect for walls where you don't want to make permanent holes, since the smaller signs can be hung using a pushpin, 3M tape, or 3M hook(s).
- Proudly made in America. Artwork ©Lindsay Sherbondy. All rights reserved.
About Lindsay Letters®
Established in 2009, Lindsay Letters® offers an expansive collection of art and goods featuring Lindsay's original artwork including hand lettering, paintings and graphic design. (We've also added some vintage pieces and photography, to make adding to your art collection even easier). To the best of our knowledge, LindsayLetters.co has the largest purchasable library of art by any single artist. (Which we think is pretty cool!) All of the artwork shown on site, with the exception of some select Original Artwork auctioned quarterly, has been digitally reproduced and printed with love and care, and applied choice, quality materials, for your enjoyment and love. It's our honor to create beautiful things for your home and life! Tag @lindsayletters.co on Instagram to share your images and experiences of your LL goodies in the wild!
about the artist
Lindsay Sherbondy is a painter, calligrapher, graphic designer and authenticity-advocate that believes you are worthy of meaningful art! She started Lindsay Letters® (accidentally) in 2009, and has been working (intentionally) at creating beautiful and meaningful artwork for you to make your own ever since.