I must admit, I'm not quite sure what to call these new pieces of textile art that I've been making. I refer to them as wall hangings in my shop, but noticed that they are often called banners or pennants by other makers. This seems to be a recurring problem I have. With keywords, tags, and titles being so important, I'm often struggling to successfully describe something that I've made in a concise 20 character string of words. So, my method for now has been to describe the item a bit differently in each listing. Is this confusing? I'm not sure. I know that I hear customers refer to my garlands in so many different ways that it prompted me to adopt this practice and introduce the words banner, bunting, backdrop, in my various listings.
All this SEO stuff aside, these are my new wall hanging pennant banner flags! They are screen printed with my Altar collection prints in an antique metallic gold water-based ink on natural rustic hemp linen. Three cotton loops at the top slip over a natural wooden dowel, and a length of torn cotton ribbon in the same color as the loops is included for hanging. I think they'd look beautiful in a nursery, bedroom, living room, office, or even a kitchen.
I wrote about my Altar series in a previous post, if you'd like to read more about them, here is the entry: Altar Collection