Print . ABCs of Life-11' ' x 14' '


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Little Truths Print  .  ABCs of Life - 11'' x 14''

These are the ABCs with a difference.

An archival reproduction of an original watercolour painting, this gorgeous print explores values and goals which the ABCs might stand for, as opposed to the more traditional 'A is for apple', 'B is for banana' etc.

It's great for starting conversations with your kids about what all these words mean and what they stand for - so they can learn the ABCs and life lessons all at the same time!

This is a truly beautiful print that brings together the best of both style and substance and makes a very meaningful gift. 

Design Tips:  

▲ This watercolour print is a lovely piece of decor to have up on the wall of a nursery. 

▲ Hang this on the wall of your child's bedroom to not only help them learn their ABCs, but use as a starting to discuss important values and truths that come with growing up.  

▲ Not just for nurseries or childrens bedrooms, this is a lovely print to have elsewhere in the home to have as a reminder of the important things in life. We love the idea of having one up in the living room or as part of a gallery wall.

▲ This makes a gorgeous gift for any and every age group: a thoughtful print for a new baby or a present for a friend who you feel aspires to these values in their everyday life.

Also available in larger 24'' x 30'' size.


You can see the whole range from Little Truths Studio here. 


Size:  11'' x 14'' / 27.9cm x 34.6cm.
Good To Know: Archival reproduction of one of Lori Roberts' original watercolour paintings.
Made From: Printed on a smooth, enhanced matte paper using an eleven-colour high definition ink process. 
Packaging/Shipping:  Shipped flat.
Made In: Portland, Oregon. 
Designed By: Lori Roberts. 
About This Brand:
Lori Roberts' (Little Truths Studio) illustrations explore what it means to be human, the pursuit of happiness, the importance of interconnectedness and our intrinsic need for nature. For her, painting is a way of celebrating all the little truths the world has to offer.