"Three Wishes" - Nursery Custom Art Print by Griffinbell Paper Co. in beautiful frame options and a variety of sizes.
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All Children's Custom Arts are design challenge winners.

Hand lettering and a royal peacock pair to create this colorful and lighthearted design.

  • Frame Size

    5.9" x 7.9"

  • Image Size

    4" x 6"

  • Framed Weight

    0.6 lbs

  • Printing

    Deluxe Pigment Ink

Unique designs, freshly sourced from our community of independent artists.

The most luxurious paper and printing techniques.

Truly one-of-a-kind.

Free recipient address printing.

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about the artist

byGriffinbell Paper Co.

Encinitas, CA

Griffinbell Paper Co. is named for my two children, Griffin and Bella. I believe good design should spark an emotional response. Whether I'm working on a wedding invitation or birth announcement, I try to infuse every piece with a sense of joy.

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Unique designs, freshly sourced from a community of independent artists.
The most luxurious paper and printing techniques.
Truly one-of-a-kind.
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