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Find Beauty in Rain Art Print | Hand Lettered Quote | Inspirational Wall Art | Watercolor Typography | Katie Daisy | 8x10 | 11x14

So beautiful. I live in a very rainy climate. We get tired of it - but this piece of art illustrates the beauty of rain and water. {Katie Daisy - such a wonderful artist!

Go Play Outside -  vertical print by thewheatfield on Etsy

Go Play Outside Art Print | Watercolor Quote | Inspirational Print | Lettering | Outdoorsy | Katie Daisy | Wall art | 8x10 | 11x14

Go Play Outside vertical print by thewheatfield on Etsy Love all these Katie Daisy works.

This is a great quote! Who is it by?

"Life isn't about avoiding risks, its about making calculations & Going all in with the things you love" .that's what made our life more colourful isn't ?

"You shall see wonders quote and artwork by Katie Daisy (

"You Shall See Wonders - William Shakespeare" print © Katie Daisy (Artist.

Would be cute framed & in the kitchen.

Farmer’s Markets are Here! Summer is almost here which means two things: patio happy hours and farmers’ markets! Check out our list below of farmers’ markets happening in and around Denver this summer

To step out on a beautiful spring morning and hear the birds in conversation with each other..... makes me think of my grandmother every time!

5 Fun Ways to Feed the Birds

"Bird chirping weather" by Katie Daisy; Quote is "My favorite weather is bird chirping weather.

To me this is enough.

Do What You Can, With What You Have, Where You Are - Teddy Roosevelt. Quote by President Theodore Roosevelt

Country Raised, City Found

From Alice in Wonderland: Daisy: "What kind of a garden do you come from?" - Alice: "Oh, I don't come from any garden." - Daisy: "Do you suppose she's a wildflower?" / Created by Katie Daisy

Quotes via | Hippies Hope Shop  Every item sold provides a meal for someone in need ♥

Ecojot Journal - Happiness is a form of courage ~quote by George Holbrook Jackson, British journalist December 1874 – 16 June