July 10, 2015

Joyful Garden from Enesco


hello!
i just received a photo
from my agent, MHS
and i couldn't wait to share it with all of you.

as you know most of my licensed work
is kept a secret until it goes to market.
so i  can not tell you how exciting it is
to not only see it all come together
but to be able to share. 

here is my new garden line
"Joyful Garden"
from Enesco.

that is being introduced to market
at the July Atlanta Gift Show
which is going on right now.



turtle, frog, snail, birds stacey yacula, enesco, joyful garden

i am so excited how it all turned out
and I can't wait to see it all in person
or to spruce up my own garden with some
of these items. 



this collection is based on the following illustrations.

frog, snail, stacey yacula, enesco, joyful garden
"Stuck on You!"



birds, birds on a branch, stacey yacula, enesco, joyful garden
"Story Teller"



turtle, stacey yacula, enesco, joyful garden
and this little guy who is part of my "Flower Parade!" illustration.


Of course all of these illustrations can be found as prints and cards
in my etsy shop!


Enjoy!









6 comments :

  1. So sweet! Congratulations!!
    That little turtle is just adorable :)

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  2. Congratulations!!!! So beautiful!!!

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  3. Congratulations! I love the frog and snail and turtles always have a special place in my heart! Adorable! Do you know where Enesco will be selling these?

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  4. Thank you Mil Stitch, Jill Norwood and Kathy H for your kind words!

    Kathy H to answer your question I am not sure where they will be available yet. They were just introduced to retailers at the Atlanta Show. So, they will be available next spring. I am sure the best place to look is the Enesco website for retailers.

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  5. Congrats! What a great collection. That turtle is so adorable. Any chance you might consider adding the turtle to your line of stamps one day?

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  6. Hi Sam! Sorry it has taken me a few days to get back to you. Summer seems to bring on a different pace around here. To answer your question: of course I would consider a turtle. It really all depends on the theme that we want to pursue and if the turtle fits into that. :)

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