'Snowdrops' Fine Art Print

by Leah and Libby


A heartwarming archival print that reminds us to slow down, admire the beauty of nature and trust in God.

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  • UK - £1.20
  • International - £8.00

Product description

'Snowdrops' was inspired by all the clusters popping up at home, and the promise they bring of Spring. The children and I like to stop and admire them on our walks. 

"Look at the wildflowers. See how they grow.
They don't work or make clothes for themselves. But I tell you that even Solomon, the great and rich king, was not dressed as beautifully as one of these flowers. God clothes the grass in the field like that... So you know how much more God will clothe you."
Luke 12:27

Available in various sizes, with or without the quote.


A4 - 210 x 297 mm / 8.3 x 11.7 in
A5 - 148 x 210 mm / 5.4 x 8.3 in
Square - 200 x 200 mm / 8 x 8 in
Square - 148 X 148 mm / 6 x 6 in

This print is UNFRAMED so you can choose a frame that you like. 


Professional digital print taken from Leah's original gouache painting.  
Printed on fine art quality, acid free 310gsm archival paper. 
Designed, printed and packaged with love and care from Leah's home in Cornwall.
Arrives safely inside a 100% compostable and bio-degradable clear sleeve, backed with strong grey board inside a hard backed envelope.

Meet the Maker

Leah and Libby

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.

If you'd like to see some behind-the-scenes you can follow me on Instagram and Facebook.




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