Why is Victorian art so woefully short of dinosaurs? Take for example, the most famous Victorian designer, William Morris, who worked for 40 years creating books, paintings, embroidery, stained glass, and hundreds of lavish wallpaper designs. But do you see any dinosaurs? Nope. But Don fixed that.
He's drawn a parody of Bill’s most famous pattern—Strawberry Thief. But this design includes all the dinosaurs you could ever want and each one is nibbling a fresh strawberry. I call the pattern Strawberry Thieves.
Package includes twelve 5-1/2" X 4-1/4" folded notecards—two each of six unique designs. Digitally printed on white card stock. Blank inside so you can write your own message. Twelve matching white envelopes included. Comes in a clear gift box.