Alphabet Cards: Animal Parade Wall Art
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- Printed on heavy laminated cardstock
- Tied with a grosgrain ribbon
- For play and display
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Upscale Nursery laminated classics. Perfect for classroom, bedroom, or play room. 26 Cards come tied with a ribbon in a wonderfully designed gift box. Cards are each 8" by 10" and are printed on heavy card stock. Illustrations by Melissa Sweet.
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When my 2 year old daughter saw them she was immediately entranced by them. We had to resort to trickery to get them away from her so she wouldn't bend them before we could get them up. I love the combination of having upper- and lowercase, and a playful animal illustration to catch a child's attention.
The illustrations are cute and folksy, they have a little bit of a watercolor effect, they are not graphic or cartoony. A wide range of colors are used, red, blue, green, purple, yellow, brown, etc, to go with all kinds of decor. In each card, the foreground color is earthy mustard, the middleground is light green for grass, and the top part/sky is white. Also there is a theme of the animals either playing a musical instrument (the Monkey is playing drums), with a piece of nature (the Turtle is holding a flower), moving/traveling (the Wolf is riding a bike), or wearing one piece of clothing (the Zebra has a jester's hat on) . A few of the animal choices are a little odd, instead of using a yak for "Y", there is a yellowhammer. I would have picked "Queen bee" for "Q" instead of "Quetzel." We love these cards and consider them a great purchase.