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What's New in the Tin Roof Art Studio Shop

I've been a busy bee, painting and painting. My shop is full of all kind of new goodies - please let me show you around! And if you're coming over from Jemma's blog and her "Etsy Christmas Shops Features", welcome!
My shop is not an Etsy shop - you find it right here on the blog under the Pages headings - Tin Roof Studio Artwork For Sale. You don't have to go to a separate link and it's easy for me to keep it updated! Here's a peek at what's new!

First up, is my Rustic Christmas collection:
These are small acrylic paintings (from 2.5" x 3.5" to 4" x 5" canvases) mounted on a piece of rustic board, ready to display on a small stand or propped among Christmas greenery.

Next, are the Christmas Collection paintings. They are larger in size- 4"x6" to 11"x14" and are oil paintings:

Then are two new Christmas Card Collections. There is only one set of each of these so get them before they're gone!

Lastly, are a couple of new paintings that are not seasonal! These are also oil paintings.
"Coffee Love"
Palette knife technique

"Rusty & Trusty"
SOLD!


To see prices and details, head over to the Tin Roof Studio shop.
Remember - as a special thank you to Jemma's readers, I am offering free shipping on all orders placed by December 5th. Please mention code *JemmasFeature* when ordering.

Thank you in advance for shopping Tin Roof Studio and thank you, Jemma! Remember, you must mention *JemmasFeature* to receive the free shipping.

Comments

  1. You are SO SO SO talented! My goodness! I love them all-but especially the truck ones! xo Diana

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  2. Love them all Cecilia. Sooo talented my friend. Do you ever do just single cards. That little boy in the cozy coupe reminds me of a special friend that had that for her son when he was little. I think that would be a fun card to send to her this Christmas. Memories!!! Hope you do well with your Etsy site.
    Love it all.
    Hugs,
    Kris

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  3. Your work has such a lovely, vintage feel Cecilia. Just perfect for your farm!

    xxx

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  4. Nice collection Cecilia. Love the "Rusty & Trusty" painting. Glad you sold it. So nice of Jemma to feature these seller. Perfect timing for Christmas. Good luck with sales.
    Hugs,
    Audrey Z.

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    1. Meant to say that I love the Snowman Christmas cards that I bought from you. They will go to special people.

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    2. Thank you, Audrey! I'm so glad you like them!

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  5. Loved having you my friend! You are so very talented!
    Hugs,
    Jemma

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