Cardinal Poster
Cardinal Poster by Bebops

Colors thrill my soul and enrich my life! I decided to create a blog featuring a different color every day. Using my original photographs and designs I have created so many colorful products for my online store, Bebop's Place, and want to share them here. I am also constantly amazed at the fantastic rainbow of products available from the rest of the Zazzle community and plan to showcase some of them as well. I am hoping viewers, in discovering this blog, will enjoy and possibly purchase some of these lovely items.

Tuesday, November 12, 2013


This lunch box features a small female green frog with a yellow belly sitting among the grasses at the pond on the front and back. She seems lonely as if she is waiting for her Prince Charming to appear. The text can be customized or removed.

This fine art photography nature calendar for 2014 presents a sampling of the wonderful, diverse wildlife of the Northeastern United States. Each month introduces you to a different animal from the forests, trees, rivers and lakes. Get to know the Eastern Cottontail Rabbit, Eastern Chipmunk, Ruffed Grouse, Short tailed Weasel, Red Eft, Red Squirrel, House Finch, American Toad, Whitetail Deer, Deer Mouse, Wild Turkey and Raccoon.

This lovely wristlet invites you to enter a green leafy world of peace and serenity. Dark maple leaves frame the image, leading to a sunny woodland scene with shades of yellow, white and forest green. The image is repeated on the back.

This design features a cutout effect in a diamond shape with a green and white diagonally striped pattern.

This wrapping paper features a wild abstract circular mandala pattern of luminous greens and blues swirling around a central flower with kaleidoscope movement.

Here is a lovely placemat with a vibrant turquoise and white ranunculus. A fresh and sophisticated look for your home!

This Kindle reader case features the incredible luna moth, a lime-green, Nearctic Saturniid moth in the subfamily Saturniinae. With a wingspan of up to four and a half inches, this lovely creature ranks as one of the largest moths in North America. This adult moth has just emerged from the cocoon and is waiting on the bark of a tree trunk to dry and harden. The adults do not eat or have mouths. They live for only one week and emerge as adults only to mate. With lime green color and distinctive eyespots this is a very mysterious, magical looking being.

A black cat gives you love on this colorful shirt.

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