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This Spring Flowers Collection comprises 10 Digital Download Botinical Prints which were originally created using a monoprinting process which takes an image directly from the flower.


Each of the flowers carries a symbolic meaning according to the Victorian principles of Floriography. 


  • Snowdrop: Symbolise hope and new beginnings
  • Buttercup: symbolise s cheerfulness and happiness
  • Bluebell: symbolises gratitude and humility and everlasting love
  • Dandelion: symbolizes resilience and adaptability
  • Daffodil: Symbolise rebirth, new beginnings, and eternal life
  • Celandine: symbolizes joy and positivity...
  • Wood Anemone: symbolizes anticipation and patience
  • Primrose: symbolizes young love and innocence
  • Cow Parsley: symbolises elegance and delicacy
  • Narcissus: symbolize s rebirth and renewal


The images can be printed up to A3 paper size and are 30 x 42 cm at a resolution of 300dpi.  It is recommended that you print using archival inks onto smooth museum quality acid free paper for best results.  It is also advisable that you print them as without scaling up to avoid loss of quality.


Once you have the images you can print it for your own personal use as many times as you like.  The room mockups are to give you an idea of what the prints could look like in a home setting. 


Please remember that these are digital files.  You will receive an instant download link to a .zip file which you can download on to your device the link will last for 30 days.  After you have extracted the images they can be kept and printed. Once you have the image files they are yours to keep and you can print them at home or have them professionally printed.


If you dont receive the links immediately please check your spam folder.  


*This listing is for an instant download only. No physical product will be shipped and the frame is not included.

*This purchase is for Presonal use only. © All artwork is copyright of Suzy Sharpe.


Spring Flowers Collection Individual Digital Botanical Print

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