Among the roughly 1,400 species of land snails found in Cuba, those from the genus Polymita—that’s Latin for “many stripes”—are unique to the island nation. These tiny gastropods are quite aptly known as painted snails because of the variety of vibrant colors of their shells.You can colour this litt..
This beautiful design was actually a piece of tapestry made for us as a gift. It looks like peacock feathers. Doesn't it make a remarkable stamp?Image: 1.92” high by 3.05" wideBlock: 2" high by 3.25" wide..
Coffee is a staple all around the world, a way we start our day, enjoy a break, visit with friends. Stamp this little coffee bean to decorate note cards, tags, home decor projects, all kinds of things.Image: .58" wide by .79" highBlock: &nb..
One of my favourite times of day is my morning coffee, who’s with me?!This little cup, filled to the brim with a crema heart can be used to make the sweetest cards and invitations.Block: 1 1/4” high by 1 3/4” wideImage: 1.08" high by 1.56" wide..
Highly detailed image of a pair of snowshoes. Snowshoes for winter travel were almost universal among Aboriginal people in Canada outside the Pacific and Arctic coasts. The Athapaskans of the West and Algonquians of the northeast made the most sophisticated snowshoes. Frames were generally made..
A nicely detailed pair of retro style, wooden skis. Complete with ski poles and cable bindings, which were invented in 1929 by ski racer and engineer Guido Reuge. They were replaced in alpine skiing by heel-and-toe "safety bindings" in the mid-1960s.
Block size: 1.25" wide by 3.25" highI..