Bea Rue Studios

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The Affirmation Project: Print 4

The Affirmation Project: Print 4

6.00

The Affirmation Project was largely inspired by my mother, a Hurricane Sandy survivor who suffers from PTSD and severe depression. Sometimes we all need a gentle reminder that there is plenty to live for and aspire to, no matter what is happening in your life. One of the most potent ways to tap into that encouraging mindset is through affirmations and art.

After an especially difficult conversation with my mother, I took the rest of the day for some serious self-care, turning up a Louise Hay affirmation recording and sitting down to do nothing but paint. This is what came through. 

So here is Print 4 of The Affirmation Project series, ready for you to send to your local print shop and frame, or just pin up with pretty upholstery tacks to your wall. Let it act as a mantra, inspiring self-love and confidence every time you see it.

Part of every sale will go to helping my mother find the therapeutic care she needs. Thank you for your support!

This poster is a great gift to a loved one settling in to a new home or path in life, someone who just graduated, or just needs a little extra love! 

This art has helped me and my mother through hard times, and I hope it can do the same for you and yours.

PLEASE NOTE: THIS PRODUCT IS A DIGITAL DOWNLOAD, NOT A PRINTED PRODUCT!

You will receive a zip file with SIX high resolution (300 dpi) print-ready PDF files for all your framed art needs, to be printed as often as you'd like so you can gift this MANY times AND still enjoy in your home! 

This wall art can be printed up to 16"x16". Other sizes include 14”x14”, 12”x12”, 10”x10”, 8”x8” and 5”x5”.

These instant download files are non-editable.

Just download and save the files to your computer, print your favorite one on card stock (if possible), trim as desired, and voila!

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COPYRIGHT NOTICE: You are paying for an original work which may not be sold or redistributed. It is for PERSONAL use only. Thank you for respecting my work and livelihood.