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Large Wood Snowflake Wall Shelf

Snow Day
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Large Wood Snowflake Wall Shelf

Snow Day
The lovely Large Wood Snowflake Wall Shelf is a wonderful festive piece that will brighten any home for the holidays. This eye-catching decoration features a bold vintage-inspired aesthetic and natural wood materials. Designed with a playful snowflake shape, this piece is perfect for displaying your favorite holiday photos, greeting cards and seasonal knickknacks. A member of our Snowbound Collection, this piece is part of a line that celebrates what we love most about the beauty of the outdoors during the winter season. Materials, textures and colors come together to form the details of cozy critters and characters, making these pieces perfect for bringing the charm of nature into the home. This piece is perfect for delighting any friends, family or loved ones this season.
Created by Carrie Meagher
The Details
  • Size: 27"dia.
  • Inner Pack Size: 28.35"H x5.12"W x29.92"D
  • Master Carton Size: 30.1"H x4.5"W x29"D
  • Materials: fir wood
  • Seasonality: CHRISTMAS
  • Copyright: © 2020 DEMDACO
  • UPC: 638713572202
The Artist

Carrie Meagher

DEMDACO designer Carrie Meagher says her artwork expresses a clean, simple and playful approach to life: “I try not to take life too seriously, and I think that shows in my artwork.” As a child, Carrie was busy with one creative activity or anoth

er —sewing dolls, cross-stitching, collaging, drawing and finger painting. A graphic designer for 13 years, she later embarked on product development. She enjoys designing tactile accessories people can seamlessly fit into their décor with details

that elicit smiles. Carrie's daughters, ages three and four, provide a wealth of inspiration. She loves observing their interactions with the world, saying, “they’re so darn carefree” and admires their approach to a blank piece of paper. Carr

ie says, “They just make art for the fun of it, don’t worry about what it looks like, and after they’re finished, they run to me proud of what they’ve created.” She reminds herself to create with that same thrill of abandon. Still in love

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