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, February 18, 2014


This iPad Mini Retina Case features the view from the bottom of a very tall tulip tree looking way up to the top. The blue twilight sky creates an interesting lacy abstract pattern of silhouetted trunk and branches. This huge old tree lives in Robert H. Treman State Park in Ithaca, New York.

This coat rack features an impressionistic depiction of a scenic winter landscape of frozen Cayuga Lake viewed from Stewart Park in Ithaca, NY. It is one of the five Finger Lakes in upstate New York. The frigid icy cold day in February is illustrated by the lovely shades of blue, gray, black and white of the ice and sky. Willow tree branches in silhouette frame the foreground.

A lovely abstract design on a throw pillow in shades of blue.

This bridal shower invitation reflects peace and serenity in pastel colors with floating leaves, pond grass and reflected sky. The image is repeated on the back. All text can be customized for your special event. Click PASTEL REFLECTIONS WEDDING to view the whole collection.

Lovely kitty pattern. You don't wanna step on them??

This lovely coaster features a delicate dwarf iris. It is one of the earliest spring bulbs. The tiny blue flowers light up the garden. Here they are set on a pale luminous background of pastel blues and yellows. CLICK HERE TO SEE THE ENTIRE FLORAL COASTER COLLECTION

Blue train boys school library bag. Personalize with your child's name, perfect for library or school. Uniquely designed by Sarah Trett.

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