Joy Fine Art Print - Psalm 30 : 5
An encouraging print that features beautiful flowers and the message of Psalm 30:5 - "Weeping may endure for a night, but JOY comes in the morning."
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- UK - £1.20
- International - £8.00
This is a lovely piece of art that will brighten any area of your home. It's lovely to put somewhere you'll see it often as it's words are such an encouragement!
It will also make a gorgeous gift to bless someone in your life, be it during a troubling season or 'just because'!
The hand lettered verse is surrounded by a vibrant border of flowers and foliage.
- More Info -
The illustration and lettering have been painted by hand with gouache.
All of my prints are designed and packaged at Leah and Libby HQ in Cornwall!
They are printed in England, on premium quality smooth white 300gsm card stock. The paper has a wonderfully silky feel.
The print arrives safely inside a 100% recyclable and bio-degradable clear sleeve, backed with strong grey board.
- This print is unframed so you can choose a frame that you like. -
(The frame that's pictured is the Habitat Ontario A4 frame in Oak, purchased from Argos: http://www.argos.co.uk/product/5584466 )
- SIZING -
It is available in two sizes; A4 and A5 which you can select from the drop down menu above.
Unframed Print - (A5) H21cm x W14.8cm
Unframed Print - (A4) H29.7cm x W21cm
Meet the Maker
Cornwall based Leah and Libby aims to encourage, inspire and share God's word through beautifully illustrated art prints and cards.
Now posting on Wednesday's only - Please bear in mind when placing your order and understand that there could be a few days delay amidst current cirmstances.
Thankyou for your patience!
Hi, my name is Leah and I create illustrations with the intention to capture the essence of joy and peacefulness.
Painting the things that I love and taking inspiration from nature, people, faith and the small everyday moments.
I started Leah and Libby in September 2017 whilst spending time painting with my two year old daughter Libby and caring for my 6 month old son. It rekindled my passion for creativity and how it can be used to bring joy to others.
Following encouragement from friends and family I created my first collection of Christmas cards.
It was in April 2018 when my Dad suddenly passed away that I felt to create more designs that could bring hope and encouragement, which also led me to discover more about the style of paintings I enjoy creating and the intentional meanings within them.
I paint, design and pack my products from my home in Cornwall where I'm surrounded by the beautiful Cornish countryside.