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Jemima Puddleduck - FOR BABY4340 ONLY! by GreyWrenStudio on Etsy https://www.etsy.com/listing/270392619/jemima-puddleduck-for-baby4340-only

Jemima Puddleduck - FOR BABY4340 ONLY! by GreyWrenStudio on Etsy https://www.etsy.com/listing/270392619/jemima-puddleduck-for-baby4340-only

This really is art in edible form. Cookie art actually! I'm so blown away by the talent I see on a daily basis. Thank you for sharing @cakeintheafternoonmelbourne - I'm so happy that @edibleartpaint is a part of your creative space!  #edibleartpaint  #Repost @cakeintheafternoonmelbourne ・・・ Peter Rabbit and Jemima Puddleduck in a country garden..cookies created for Poppie's first birthday last weekend! Hand painted Peter and Jemima with @edibleartpaint and using my favorite cookie cutters…

This really is art in edible form. Cookie art actually! I'm so blown away by the talent I see on a daily basis. Thank you for sharing @cakeintheafternoonmelbourne - I'm so happy that @edibleartpaint is a part of your creative space! #edibleartpaint #Repost @cakeintheafternoonmelbourne ・・・ Peter Rabbit and Jemima Puddleduck in a country garden..cookies created for Poppie's first birthday last weekend! Hand painted Peter and Jemima with @edibleartpaint and using my favorite cookie cutters…

Beatrix Potter: The Art of Illustration - From early childhood, Beatrix Potter was fascinated by Edward Lear's nonsense rhymes and limericks.. She copied it in several letters to children, interpreting Lear's words in her unique illustrative style. Like Lear, she understood children's delight in the sounds and meanings of words. Her language is similarly rhythmic and precise, and she, too, invented words and experimented with the limerick form.

Beatrix Potter: The Art of Illustration - From early childhood, Beatrix Potter was fascinated by Edward Lear's nonsense rhymes and limericks.. She copied it in several letters to children, interpreting Lear's words in her unique illustrative style. Like Lear, she understood children's delight in the sounds and meanings of words. Her language is similarly rhythmic and precise, and she, too, invented words and experimented with the limerick form.

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