MailWraps Apples Galore MailWrap Mailbox Cover 00106
MailWraps Magnet Works come in a large variety of original designs by the industry's leading artists. Magnet Works has been making mailbox covers for over 20 years. The magnetic strips make decorating your mailbox as easy as three steps.These covers are all-weather, reusable, fade resistant, and made in the U.S.A. Matching BreezeArt flags and Yard DeSigns are also available. Pick any of the fun colorful designs and bring your mailbox to life.
Tucker is excited. His class is going on a field trip to Farmer Sam's Apple Orchard! He promises his mum he'll bring home apples, and Tucker's family is looking forward to apple pie for dessert. But Tucker gets distracted by Farmer Sam's shiny red tractor. Then he gets busy helping out his friends....All too soon it's time to go, and Tucker has no apples! Susan Winget's sparkling fall scenes are a visual treat, and her gentle touch shows Tucker's friends helping him in a most believable way. This endearing story ends in a cozy family circle, sharing a delicious pie and Tucker's news of an apple–dandy day. Ages 2 – 5
Lang Cottage Bird Snap-On Case for iPhone 5/5S from Susan Winget - Retail Packaging - Colorful
Carry Great artwork with you everywhere you go with brand new Lang Snap-on Cases! The cases are a slim-fit, one-piece poly carbonate body that features easy Snap-On installation. Susan is the most popular of our Lang artists. She started her business in 1982 in her home. She painted small watercolors and sold them for $8.50 at the Atlanta Gift Mart. That first year, she shipped 9000 paintings from her garage! In 1987, she partnered with Lange to develop her first calendar. "Heart & Home" which reflects her love for family and farm. In 1992, she started designing a variety of home decor products. Her art touches everything from dinnerware and furniture to stationery and children's books.
Teacher Created Resources TCR9500 Susan Winget Border Trim Set (Pack of 4)
Use this colorful border trim to liven up your classroom! create fresh looks for Bulletin boards, Windows, walls, and Class projects. Layer them for extra impact. Or mix and match them with coordinating products (stickers, notepads, awards, etc.) to promote a classroom theme. Each Pack has 12 pieces (3'' x 35'') for a total Length of 35 feet of trim! this product is acid-free per industry standards. This set includes 4 different titles (packs): read, colorful apples, color pencils, Patriotic., Each pack has 12 pieces, This set includes 4 different titles, Acid-free per industry standards.
Teacher Created Resources Colorful Apples Straight Border Trim from Susan Winget, Multi Color (4748)
Use this colorful border trim to liven up your classroom! Create fresh looks for bulletin boards, windows, walls, and class projects. Layer them for extra impact. Or mix and match them with coordinating products (stickers, notepads, awards, etc.)
A bouquet of artist Susan Winget’s whimsical, colorful flowers will brighten the day and heart of every person who receives this tribute to the characteristics and delights that nurture a friendship. Each page blooms with inspiring verses and quotes that celebrate kindness, generosity, connection, laughter, hospitality, and the seeds of friendship which are planted in women’s lives.A Place Where Friendship Grows reminds readers to pause and take in the beauty found in the physical gardens around them and in the emotional gardens where friendship takes root, thrives, and blossoms.Ideal for special occasions, including birthdays and milestone celebrations, and “just because” moments to praise and encourage someone who makes life brighter and better.
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