New Piece Added to Popular Online Retailer’s Rustic Fall Wall Art Collection

October 24, 2020 - /PressAdvantage/ - would like to introduce their new personalized Rustic Harvest Pumpkin Patch Sign. This unique and customized piece of wall art is part of what they call their Rustic Fall Wall Art Collection. It’s a collection that is known for its classic good looks and versatility. This new sign will be a hit during such special occasions as Halloween or Thanksgiving or as an everyday art piece that is displayed throughout the fall season. It can even be customized to quickly make it a favorite item to pass down to future generations or to give as a housewarming or seasonal gift to a family member or friend.

Amy Anderson, a spokesperson for Widdlytinks, says, “Every home or business can use something that will provide a room with a little different style of décor. That’s exactly what our seasonal wall art such as our Rustic Harvest Pumpkin Patch Sign can do. Just like snow on the ground outside signifies winter in many places, so too does a piece of art with a pumpkin patch on it make it feel like fall. The fact that it’s personalized can also help make any fall event such as a party or family get together seem that much more festive.”

According to Anderson, as good as this piece of wall art looks, it gets even better when one takes a closer look at its many different features. This includes its archival grade, poly-cotton blend canvas. She says that this canvas is made extra thick to make it durable and it's acid-free and PH neutral to keep it from yellowing over time. It also has added dried pine stretcher boards that prevent the frame from warping and it’s ready to immediately be placed on a wall thanks to an attached sawtooth hanger. The company spokesperson mentioned that the print is also nicely accentuated by its side edges being finished in black. The Rustic Harvest Pumpkin Patch Sign also comes in six different print sizes with the smallest being 20”x10” and the largest size that’s 72”x36”.

The company spokesperson says that their personalized canvas wall art is a versatile option that will make a big impact on any blank wall. They can also be nicely personalized to make them wall art that features a family name, individual names, year families were established as well as state & city customizations. Widdlytinks offers large farmhouse wall art, last name and family name personalized wall signs, Halloween wall art, rustic wall signs, modern industrial wall signs, vintage style, Valentine’s Day gifts, Christmas signs, Spring and Easter wall art, rustic farmhouse decor, and even Christian themed personalized wall signs. She added that all of their signs come in a wide variety of unique designs and sizes including larger formats. Every design available on Widdlytinks has been created with great care and attention to detail using the trained eye of an award-winning artist that brings with them over 20 years of experience in art design. Widdlytinks artwork is distinctive and exclusive. These canvas wall signs are suitable for both home and business environments.

Widdlytinks reminds its customers that a custom piece of wall art printed on canvas can personalize the space in any home or commercial building and create a focal point of interest to beautifully finish off a room that its placed in. They offer distinctive farmhouse decor canvas wall art directly to the public via their website with delivery to all fifty states in America. Widdlytinks products are designed and manufactured in the USA and are only for sale within the United States. Anderson says they will even ship all of their rustic wall art products for no extra charge no matter what the order size. Widdlytinks creates farmhouse style canvas wall art with warm, weathered textures to bring a rustic look into the home or office. She says that anyone interested in learning more about Widdlytinks wall art products or wishes to place an order can do so at their website.


For more information about Widdlytinks, contact the company here:

Amy Anderson

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