the Desk of Picture Lady
June 2010 Newsletter
I returned home at eight o'clock last weekend and amazingly, it was
still light. As night was approaching the sunlight was softer, with
pine needles creating prisms of color. Tall
elongated trees were silhouetted against a setting sun and cast long
Spring is almost gone and Summer is almost upon us.
I received this beautiful poem after last months newsletter, and I
wanted to share it with you.
There Is No Color Green
by Sarah Edwards
is no color green.
Just a tapestry of
shades called green.
The palest shades of
The brightest shades of
The deepest shade of
The brown greens, the
yellow greens, the red greens and the blue greens.
The greens of shadow
and the greens of sunlight.
The dawn greens and
dusk greens, laid out like a textured carpet below my deck.
kaleidoscope of green to greet my every glance as the sun moves.
I’m bathed in Summer
you like the poem? I did too!
Summer is all about the great American outdoors and it is all about the
family. We will be carrying more scenery and water pictures
in the next three months. Take a look at our Palms & the Sea
topic at www.picturelady.com/catalog.asp?tpc=1900.
Summer is a time when children come over to visit the grandparents. Is
it not then a good idea to decorate their rooms newly? They
have grown older. Have they outgrown the Mickey Mouse you have
on the walls? Do you have enough educational toys to keep them
will find children's art at our galleries, and on our $5.00 gift table
children's educational toys and sing-along travel CDs. A long time ago
I studied Creativity in Children at the University. Here are
some enchanting fairies for a little girls room:
Boys prefer the dinosaurs, cars, animals and sport.
Talking of Boys we have a very special Father's Day celebration in
June. Often fathers and grandfathers receive little acknowledgment
throughout the year. They mend the faucet and bring home the bacon. We
need them most of all when we go to the great outdoors to camp or
hike or barbecue. Attend a Picture Lady Event in the summer
months and you will find some unique gifts for the men in your family.
New this Month!
lights for the bathroom, bedroom and especially for the
children's room. Come and see the fish, the dinosaurs, the cars and the
How to Find Us
come and share your decorating wins with us at the next event. To
find out where we will be, go to: www.picturelady.com/schedule.htm.
The password is “art”
(without the quotes).
Day, June 9th
Grandparents Day, September 12th
Whether you’re celebrating Father's Day for your Dad or Grandfather
year, we suggest that you order the PHOTO to ARTWORK.
Men are sometimes hard to please, for they always seem to have
everything. This is why we so often settle for a generic gift, but that
would be a disservice. You want to get them something that cements the
special relationship you have with them. After all, are they
not very special? In a sour economy they struggle every day. This is a
time to show you appreciate what they do. So make them feel special and
We extended our special on the 22x28" larger Photo - to Art-Work until
September 12th. Usually these are $175.00 but for now they
are $150.00 This includes the enlargement, the treatment to make them
look like an oil painting, the frame and optional liner and it also
includes shipping. Now is that not a good deal?
Go to www.picturelady.com/enlrgmt1.htm
to personalize your special gift
for Dad or Grandad. Now is the time to get us your
precious photograph so that we can have it ready for you in time. We
are receiving orders via email firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone 661 242
1010 or 213 281 2402.
We also offer two other sizes 16x20 at $125.00 and 11x14 at $45.00.
These pictures are perfect on a desk or in the office where a smaller
size may be more appropriate.
Note: On the $5.00 table at this time of the year you are also going to
find educational gifts for children, an assortment of gifts for Dad,
and also some great flags and table centerpieces for the Fourth of
July. If you buy three $5.00 items you get one free.
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