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Bohemian Navy Floral Mandala Paisley Watercolor Playing Cards
Bohemian Navy Floral Mandala Paisley Watercolor Playing Cards

A modern, hand drawn bohemian style design featuring navy blue watercolor, turquoise, bright pink and yellow boho colors with floral paisley mandala and hippie style illustration. A bold and unique hand painted design. The perfect gift for the girly girl. The colorful and bright design features botanical element, leaf, organic pattern and doodles.


Boho Bright Watercolor Tribal Henna Elephant Throw Pillow
Boho Bright Watercolor Tribal Henna Elephant Throw Pillow

A modern hand drawn illustration of a boho ornate elephant with hand painted bright watercolor and organic patterns. Lots of flowers, floral elements and henna style bohemian patterns with bright and vibrant watercolors in pink, purple, green, turquoise, yellow boho chic color schemes. The abstract wild animal consists of henna pattern, paisley patterns and floral doodles. The background color is fully customizable.


Bull Head Skull Flowers Watercolor Illustration Round Pillow
Bull Head Skull Flowers Watercolor Illustration Round Pillow

Bull Head Skull Flowers Watercolor Illustration


Good Vibes Only Peace Sign With Boho Style Arrows Throw Pillow
Good Vibes Only Peace Sign With Boho Style Arrows Throw Pillow

Good Vibes Only Peace Sign with Boho Style Arrows, background color is changeable


Hamsa Hand Purple And Blue Watercolor Throw Pillow
Hamsa Hand Purple And Blue Watercolor Throw Pillow

Hamsa Hand Purple and Blue Watercolor


Boho Feather & Floral Wreath Wedding Monogram Wine Label
Boho Feather & Floral Wreath Wedding Monogram Wine Label

Boho Feather & Floral Wreath Wedding Monogram Wine Labels With trendy brush script font! ~ Check my shop to see the entire wedding suite for this design!


Vintage Bohemian Spiritual Aum Cushion / Pillow
Vintage Bohemian Spiritual Aum Cushion / Pillow

Enhance your bedroom, lounge or meditation room with my unique and alternative &#; Modern jewels - art style fusion - with beautiful intricate blue, red and and purple colours - trimmed with intricate brocade lace like gold, hints of vintage antique but stil created from fractal art


Tribal Arrows Pattern Bathroom Set
Tribal Arrows Pattern Bathroom Set

Tribal Arrows Pattern


2017 Fantasy Faces Art Calendar Molly Harrison
2017 Fantasy Faces Art Calendar Molly Harrison

&#; Molly Harrison Fantasy Art Featuring of my abstract/boho/fantasy portrait series. Most of these paintings were done in watercolor, ink, and acrylics.


Purple Patina: Mosaic Short Table Runner
Purple Patina: Mosaic Short Table Runner

Add some bohemian style to your table with this unique, patchwork inspired table runner. Subtle patterns and nature inspired motifs in shades of purple and pink give this collection an aura of calm and serenity. Mix and match designs for a unique, collected look. All designs by artist Victoria Lynn Hall.


Black & White Illustrated Bohemian Dreamcatchers Throw Pillow
Black & White Illustrated Bohemian Dreamcatchers Throw Pillow

Custom decorative throw pillow design features a simple hand-illustrated pen and ink drawing of three hipster bohemian dreamcatchers. Click the Customize It button to change the background color or add your own text or name monogram to create your own unique one of a kind throw pillow.


Navy Turquoise And Coral Ikat Paisley Lumbar Pillow
Navy Turquoise And Coral Ikat Paisley Lumbar Pillow

Custom throw pillow with a cute girly bohemian ikat paisley pattern. Click Customize It to add your own photos and text to create your own unique one of a kind design!


Bohemian Rustic Western Country Burlap And Lace Decorative Pillow
Bohemian Rustic Western Country Burlap And Lace Decorative Pillow

rustic shabby chic girly country burlap and lace fashion accessories, burlap lace western country d&#;cor, burlap and lace wedding invitations, burlap barn wedding favors, burlap lace bridal shower invitations, Burlap and lace Christmas decoration, burlap lace Christmas gifts.


Vintage Lace  Navy Blue Wedding Save The Date Magnet
Vintage Lace Navy Blue Wedding Save The Date Magnet

Floral white lace navy blue wedding invitations. bohemian beach navy and white lace wedding favors. Navy bridal shower invitations and nautical bridal shower party favors.


Our Lady Guadalupe Mexican Saint Virgin Mary Large Christmas Stocking
Our Lady Guadalupe Mexican Saint Virgin Mary Large Christmas Stocking

"Our Lady of Guadalupe" "Virgin Mary" Mexican Mexico "Native American" Catholic Bohemian Boho Saint Goddess Christian Indigenous Ethnic Hispanic Latina "Latin American" Spanish Colonial Mayan Precolumbian Toltec Olmec "Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe" Catolica Espagnol Kitsch Southwest Southwestern Vintage Souvenir Holy Mother Jesus God Worship Religion Hippie Global Peace


William Morris Persian Carpet Art Print Design Square Paper Coaster
William Morris Persian Carpet Art Print Design Square Paper Coaster

William Morris Floral Persian carpet oriental rug floral design. This is an image of an oriental carpet, not an actual Persian rug.


Colorful Bohemian Flower With Custom Monogram Credit Card Bottle Opener
Colorful Bohemian Flower With Custom Monogram Credit Card Bottle Opener

Add your initials to this funky floral illustration. You can change the monogram to one initial. A black background with bright green, teal and purple accents.


Floral Vintage Watercolor Boho Wedding Gift Tags
Floral Vintage Watercolor Boho Wedding Gift Tags

Boho floral vintage wedding tags


Bullhead Skull Flowers Watercolor Illustration Fleece Blanket
Bullhead Skull Flowers Watercolor Illustration Fleece Blanket

Bullhead Skull Flowers Watercolor Illustration


Eucalyptus Seed Leaf Foliage Wreath Boho Wild Rose Paper Napkin
Eucalyptus Seed Leaf Foliage Wreath Boho Wild Rose Paper Napkin

Designed for a BOHO Bohemian nature-inspired bridal shower for a modern bride. The background is a hand painted deep forest green watercolor wash with a floral wreath frame of nature gathered leaves, seeds and creamy white wild roses. Paired with a typography calligraphy font elegant text that reads, "Bridal Shower" and features swirl flourishes. Art copyright, Audrey Jeanne Roberts all rights reserved.


Boho Arrows Baby Shower Personalized Napkins
Boho Arrows Baby Shower Personalized Napkins

Cute boho themed baby shower napkins in blush color. Two hand-drawn arrows hold "welcome baby" text in blue. Add her name and date of birth in modern thin printed font. Image and text are angled.


Burnt Orange Illustrated Bohemian Dreamcatchers Throw Pillow
Burnt Orange Illustrated Bohemian Dreamcatchers Throw Pillow

Custom decorative throw pillow design features a simple hand-illustrated pen and ink drawing of three hipster bohemian dreamcatchers. Click the Customize It button to change the background color or add your own text or name monogram to create your own unique one of a kind throw pillow.


Gray And Faux Gold Arrows Pattern Bottle Cooler
Gray And Faux Gold Arrows Pattern Bottle Cooler

Gray and Faux Gold Arrows Pattern


Bohemian Rustic Western Country Burlap And Lace 3 Ring Binder
Bohemian Rustic Western Country Burlap And Lace 3 Ring Binder

rustic shabby chic girly country burlap and lace fashion accessories, burlap lace western country d&#;cor, burlap and lace wedding invitations, burlap barn wedding favors, burlap lace bridal shower invitations, Burlap and lace Christmas decoration, burlap lace Christmas gifts.


Wreath Of Succulents, Twigs And Stones | Wedding Wine Label
Wreath Of Succulents, Twigs And Stones | Wedding Wine Label

This watercolor wreath features succulents, twigs and stones. | &#; and &#; Bigstock&#; - All Rights Reserved.


Ampersand Turquoise Watercolor Typography Round Pillow
Ampersand Turquoise Watercolor Typography Round Pillow

Ampersand Turquoise Watercolor Typography


Pattern, Floral, Bohemian, Geometric, Brown Hues Shower Curtain
Pattern, Floral, Bohemian, Geometric, Brown Hues Shower Curtain

Captures the carefree and adventurous spirit of the avant-garde lifestyles, featuring rich patterns and vibrant colors, especially those with red or purple tones. Ethnic or nomadic characteristics such as Moroccan, Southwestern, or Tribal-Inspired Designs, Boho Chic loves the textile look of wood, animal hide and metallic accents.


Bohemian Boho Mod Hippy Chic Pattern Throw Pillow
Bohemian Boho Mod Hippy Chic Pattern Throw Pillow

This is a beautiful bohemian hippy chic pattern.


Bull Head Skull Flowers Watercolor Illustration Flask
Bull Head Skull Flowers Watercolor Illustration Flask

Bull Head Skull Flowers Watercolor Illustration


Cute Boho Chic Floral Pattern Monogram Accent Pillow
Cute Boho Chic Floral Pattern Monogram Accent Pillow

A customizable monogram and name round pillow. with a pretty bohemian looking geometric flower pattern printed on it in vintage spring colors of blue, pink, green, and yellow.


Cute Illustrated Bohemian Dreamcatchers Monogram Stationery
Cute Illustrated Bohemian Dreamcatchers Monogram Stationery

Custom monogram stationery design features a simple hand-illustrated pen and ink drawing of three hipster bohemian dreamcatchers. Personalize this letterhead design with your personal or company information or just your name monogram to create your own unique one of a kind stationery. Click the Customize It button to customize fonts and colors.


Oaxaca Mexico Mexican Mayan Tribal Art Boho Travel Tile
Oaxaca Mexico Mexican Mayan Tribal Art Boho Travel Tile

Contact designer for assistance with personalization or special orders. The state of Oaxaca in southern Mexico has a noteworthy tradition of finely crafted textiles, particularly handmade embroidery and woven goods that frequently utilize a backstrap loom. Oaxaca is home to several different groups of indigenous peoples, each of which has a distinctive textile tradition. Oaxacan fibers may be hand spun from cotton or locally cultivated silk. Traditional dye sources include purpura pansa among the Huave, Chontal, and Mixtec people. The Chontal and Mazatec also utilize cochineal to attain bright red tones. According to Alejandro de &#;vila B., founding director of the Ethnobotanical Garden in Oaxaca, the region&#;s biological diversity yields Mexico&#;s greatest variety of fibers and dyes, and "the technical sophistication of Oaxaca&#;s textiles is unparalelled in the ; Traditional clothing items among the peoples of Oaxaca include the huipil, a women&#;s blouse constructed from several panels; the ce&#;idor, a type of sash among the Mazatec; and the pa&#;o, a Chinantec head covering. Handcrafted Oaxacan textiles employ plainweave, brocade patterns, gauze weave. Mexican textile expert Irmbard Weitlaner Johnson associates pre-Christian spiritual traditions with the presence of butterflies in Mazatec textile motifs. "To this day the Mazatecs identify the butterfly as the soul that leaves the body. They believe that the souls of the deceased have permission to come to this world once a year on All Saints&#; Day and the Day of the Dead to visit their family. This is the period when butterflies are most abundant in the area and the Mazatecs consider it a sin to kill ; Regional motifs without specific spiritual meaning, or for which disputed interpretations exist, include a class of stepped fret known as xicalcoliuhqui, which means "twisted ornament for decorating gourds" in the Nahuatl language; and the double spiral ilhuitl, whose name translates as "fiesta ; Pre-Colonial tradition associates color with the four cardinal directions: yellow with east, red with north, blue and green with west, and white with south. Another shared motif among the region&#;s indigenous peoples is a rectangular ornament below the neckline of the huipil. No specific symbolism is known, but it is a frequent theme in pre-colonial codices and surviving historic textiles that remains in popular use. Traditionally, Oaxacan women wrap a red faja (a woven sash) around their waists as a protection from evil. [courtesy Wikipedia] Huichol Oaxacan Mexico Mexican Aztec Mayan Tribal Bohemian Boho Ethnic Oaxaca Colorful "Folk Art" Cheerful Colorful Hispanic Precolumbian Zapotec Mixtec Huave Chontal Mazatec Olmec Toltec Maya Goddess Quetzalcoatl "Feathered Serpent" Indigenous Native American Latin America Southwestern Western Textile Textiles Embroidery Embroidered Weaving Handwoven Beadwork Craft Crafts Village Naif Latino Latina Huipil Faja Pre-Colonial Ce&#;idor Pa&#;o New Mexico Santa Fe Taos Peasant Style Design Pattern Print Trend Trending Trendy Travel Traveler Well-Travelled Global Colorful Cheerful Sunny Sun Sol "Brillo del Sol" Bright Happy Primary Colors Color Green Gold Yellow Red Blue Fuschia Hot Pink Lime Black


Bohemian Ikat Pillow (purple Turquoise)
Bohemian Ikat Pillow (purple Turquoise)

A pretty ikat pattern that will add the perfect world traveled feeling to your decor! This ikat has a purple background, with accents in turquoise, green, blue and pink. See more coordinating patterns of my Bohemian line in my store!


Bohemian Style Pillow
Bohemian Style Pillow

bohemian style pillow in a colorful floral design


Monogrammed Blush Love Birds Dove Wedding Planner 3 Ring Binder
Monogrammed Blush Love Birds Dove Wedding Planner 3 Ring Binder

Pretty love bird and dove themed wedding planner and organizer with two white doves one donned in a gray groom&#;s top hat and another wears a floral bridal veil on a blush pale peachy pink background. The initials of the bride and groom can be added to the pink heart. Personalized the brown banner with the names of the bride and groom. Customize the back of the album with your own love story. White blossoms on tree branches, coral colored hearts, pink and brown flowers and an aqua blue rose and tulip look design make up the laurel wreath. Artwork &#; Chrissy H. Studios, LLC. All Rights Reserved.


Pearl Jewelry Gold Blue Rhinestone / Bohemian Pouf
Pearl Jewelry Gold Blue Rhinestone / Bohemian Pouf

A repeating pattern of ornate golden chain infused with pearls surrounded by a rectangle and diamond border on teal blue. PLEASE NOTE : All design elements are printed and flat.


Girly Moroccan Ethnic Pattern Burgundy Bohemian Fleece Blanket
Girly Moroccan Ethnic Pattern Burgundy Bohemian Fleece Blanket

girly Moroccan floral Ethnic Pattern burgundy bohemian decoration, bohemian fashion accessories, bohemian gifts, bohemian wedding invitations, bohemian wedding favors. ethnic home d&#;cor, Moroccan home d&#;cor, east indian home decor


Colorful Bohemian Paisley Monogram Thermal Tumbler
Colorful Bohemian Paisley Monogram Thermal Tumbler

Stylish modern thermal tumbler design features a bright girly bohemian paisley pattern. Click Customize It to personalize the design with a monogram or add your own text and images to create a unique one of a kind design. Adorable personalized bridesmaid gifts!


Baby Girl Shower Modern Floral Hot Pink Peach Rose Paper Plate
Baby Girl Shower Modern Floral Hot Pink Peach Rose Paper Plate

Having a baby girl? Celebrate her coming with this bold, modern, colorful baby shower paper party set, customized for your mother-to-be. Hand watercolored loose, painterly roses and stylized flowers tumble all over each other in bright, fun colors that glow from within! Customized with the typography text "Baby Shower in Honor of" and Your special mom&#;s name easily customized using the template field provided. Art painted by Audrey Jeanne Roberts, copyright, all rights reserved.


Boho Chic Lilac Orchid Pink Ikat Tribal Tapestry Throw Pillow
Boho Chic Lilac Orchid Pink Ikat Tribal Tapestry Throw Pillow

A trendy, boho chic fashion stylish colorful lilac, mauve, magenta, orchid and pink ikat tribal tapestry print design - the vibrant cool modern textured ikat print tribal pattern in lilac, mauve, magenta, orchid and pink gives this colorful design a funky hipster contemporary, unique and exotic look. Many matching products available. For questions or custom requests, contact Comes in several colors. "Boho Chic Ikat Tribal Tapestry" by Cheryl Daniels &#; .


Tribal Triangles Throw Pillow
Tribal Triangles Throw Pillow

Tribal Triangles Throw Pillow


Gypsy Girl Throw Pillow
Gypsy Girl Throw Pillow

A drawing I had done for an ATC but liked a lot so using on here.


She's A Wild One First Birthday Party Napkins
She's A Wild One First Birthday Party Napkins

Complete your wild on&#;es first birthday party decor with these boho style napkins in any size. They feature an abstract pattern in pastel shades of pink, blue, and yellow accented with gold and the text "Happy Birthday Wild One".


Colorful Boho Tribal Aztec Feather Arrows Pattern Wine Glass Charm
Colorful Boho Tribal Aztec Feather Arrows Pattern Wine Glass Charm

This colorful and bohemian pink, purple, teal, blue, and brown feathers, arrows and aztec hand painted watercolor tribal pattern is perfect for the trendy and stylish woman. Its artsy and free spirited design is great for many gifts and occasions. Enjoy this original and hipster print for your next purchase!


Oaxaca Mexico Mexican Mayan Tribal Art Boho Travel Throw Blanket
Oaxaca Mexico Mexican Mayan Tribal Art Boho Travel Throw Blanket

Contact designer for assistance with personalization or special orders. The state of Oaxaca in southern Mexico has a noteworthy tradition of finely crafted textiles, particularly handmade embroidery and woven goods that frequently utilize a backstrap loom. Oaxaca is home to several different groups of indigenous peoples, each of which has a distinctive textile tradition. Oaxacan fibers may be hand spun from cotton or locally cultivated silk. Traditional dye sources include purpura pansa among the Huave, Chontal, and Mixtec people. The Chontal and Mazatec also utilize cochineal to attain bright red tones. According to Alejandro de &#;vila B., founding director of the Ethnobotanical Garden in Oaxaca, the region&#;s biological diversity yields Mexico&#;s greatest variety of fibers and dyes, and "the technical sophistication of Oaxaca&#;s textiles is unparalelled in the ; Traditional clothing items among the peoples of Oaxaca include the huipil, a women&#;s blouse constructed from several panels; the ce&#;idor, a type of sash among the Mazatec; and the pa&#;o, a Chinantec head covering. Handcrafted Oaxacan textiles employ plainweave, brocade patterns, gauze weave. Mexican textile expert Irmbard Weitlaner Johnson associates pre-Christian spiritual traditions with the presence of butterflies in Mazatec textile motifs. "To this day the Mazatecs identify the butterfly as the soul that leaves the body. They believe that the souls of the deceased have permission to come to this world once a year on All Saints&#; Day and the Day of the Dead to visit their family. This is the period when butterflies are most abundant in the area and the Mazatecs consider it a sin to kill ; Regional motifs without specific spiritual meaning, or for which disputed interpretations exist, include a class of stepped fret known as xicalcoliuhqui, which means "twisted ornament for decorating gourds" in the Nahuatl language; and the double spiral ilhuitl, whose name translates as "fiesta ; Pre-Colonial tradition associates color with the four cardinal directions: yellow with east, red with north, blue and green with west, and white with south. Another shared motif among the region&#;s indigenous peoples is a rectangular ornament below the neckline of the huipil. No specific symbolism is known, but it is a frequent theme in pre-colonial codices and surviving historic textiles that remains in popular use. Traditionally, Oaxacan women wrap a red faja (a woven sash) around their waists as a protection from evil. [courtesy Wikipedia] Huichol Oaxacan Mexico Mexican Aztec Mayan Tribal Bohemian Boho Ethnic Oaxaca Colorful "Folk Art" Cheerful Colorful Hispanic Precolumbian Zapotec Mixtec Huave Chontal Mazatec Olmec Toltec Maya Goddess Quetzalcoatl "Feathered Serpent" Indigenous Native American Latin America Southwestern Western Textile Textiles Embroidery Embroidered Weaving Handwoven Beadwork Craft Crafts Village Naif Latino Latina Huipil Faja Pre-Colonial Ce&#;idor Pa&#;o New Mexico Santa Fe Taos Peasant Style Design Pattern Print Trend Trending Trendy Travel Traveler Well-Travelled Global Colorful Cheerful Sunny Sun Sol "Brillo del Sol" Bright Happy Primary Colors Color Green Gold Yellow Red Blue Fuschia Hot Pink Lime Black


Vintage Shiplap Wood Desert Cactus Succulent West Shower Curtain
Vintage Shiplap Wood Desert Cactus Succulent West Shower Curtain

Personalized Welcome sign with your family name, a bed and breakfast name or any message you would like to use to welcome your guests with warmth and affection! Western style succulent and cactus garden in soft pastels over a shiplap wooden, distressed, vintage aged fence board background for a modern southwestern, boho nature inspired home decor pattern. Hand painted artwork is copyright Audrey Jeanne Roberts all rights reserved.


Boho Ethnic Elephant Pattern Towel
Boho Ethnic Elephant Pattern Towel


Faux Silver Foil White Arrows Pattern Night Light
Faux Silver Foil White Arrows Pattern Night Light

Faux silver foil arrow pattern (printed photo effect) printed on a white solid color background. GraphicsByMimi &#; Trendy, aztec, bohemian, retro style lines pattern of arrowheads. Use to create your own one of a kind gift for you or your friends and family by personalizing it with your name, monogram, text or photo or leave as. Other colors and styles available in our store at


Bohemian Boho Mod Hippy Chic Flower Floral Travel Mug
Bohemian Boho Mod Hippy Chic Flower Floral Travel Mug

This is a beautiful bohemian hippy chic pattern.


Oaxaca Mexico Mexican Mayan Tribal Art Boho Travel Ceramic Knob
Oaxaca Mexico Mexican Mayan Tribal Art Boho Travel Ceramic Knob

Contact designer for assistance with personalization or special orders. The state of Oaxaca in southern Mexico has a noteworthy tradition of finely crafted textiles, particularly handmade embroidery and woven goods that frequently utilize a backstrap loom. Oaxaca is home to several different groups of indigenous peoples, each of which has a distinctive textile tradition. Oaxacan fibers may be hand spun from cotton or locally cultivated silk. Traditional dye sources include purpura pansa among the Huave, Chontal, and Mixtec people. The Chontal and Mazatec also utilize cochineal to attain bright red tones. According to Alejandro de &#;vila B., founding director of the Ethnobotanical Garden in Oaxaca, the region&#;s biological diversity yields Mexico&#;s greatest variety of fibers and dyes, and "the technical sophistication of Oaxaca&#;s textiles is unparalelled in the ; Traditional clothing items among the peoples of Oaxaca include the huipil, a women&#;s blouse constructed from several panels; the ce&#;idor, a type of sash among the Mazatec; and the pa&#;o, a Chinantec head covering. Handcrafted Oaxacan textiles employ plainweave, brocade patterns, gauze weave. Mexican textile expert Irmbard Weitlaner Johnson associates pre-Christian spiritual traditions with the presence of butterflies in Mazatec textile motifs. "To this day the Mazatecs identify the butterfly as the soul that leaves the body. They believe that the souls of the deceased have permission to come to this world once a year on All Saints&#; Day and the Day of the Dead to visit their family. This is the period when butterflies are most abundant in the area and the Mazatecs consider it a sin to kill ; Regional motifs without specific spiritual meaning, or for which disputed interpretations exist, include a class of stepped fret known as xicalcoliuhqui, which means "twisted ornament for decorating gourds" in the Nahuatl language; and the double spiral ilhuitl, whose name translates as "fiesta ; Pre-Colonial tradition associates color with the four cardinal directions: yellow with east, red with north, blue and green with west, and white with south. Another shared motif among the region&#;s indigenous peoples is a rectangular ornament below the neckline of the huipil. No specific symbolism is known, but it is a frequent theme in pre-colonial codices and surviving historic textiles that remains in popular use. Traditionally, Oaxacan women wrap a red faja (a woven sash) around their waists as a protection from evil. [courtesy Wikipedia] Huichol Oaxacan Mexico Mexican Aztec Mayan Tribal Bohemian Boho Ethnic Oaxaca Colorful "Folk Art" Cheerful Colorful Hispanic Precolumbian Zapotec Mixtec Huave Chontal Mazatec Olmec Toltec Maya Goddess Quetzalcoatl "Feathered Serpent" Indigenous Native American Latin America Southwestern Western Textile Textiles Embroidery Embroidered Weaving Handwoven Beadwork Craft Crafts Village Naif Latino Latina Huipil Faja Pre-Colonial Ce&#;idor Pa&#;o New Mexico Santa Fe Taos Peasant Style Design Pattern Print Trend Trending Trendy Travel Traveler Well-Travelled Global Colorful Cheerful Sunny Sun Sol "Brillo del Sol" Bright Happy Primary Colors Color Green Gold Yellow Red Blue Fuschia Hot Pink Lime Black


Heather Gray Modern Boho Wedding Wine Label
Heather Gray Modern Boho Wedding Wine Label

This mosaic style modern tribal wedding pattern in white on speckled heather gray, coordinates perfectly with the Heather Gray Modern Boho collection. Customize the text, text color or style. This design is available in other colors.


Oaxaca Mexico Mexican Mayan Tribal Art Boho Travel Ceramic Knob
Oaxaca Mexico Mexican Mayan Tribal Art Boho Travel Ceramic Knob

Contact designer for assistance with personalization or special orders. The state of Oaxaca in southern Mexico has a noteworthy tradition of finely crafted textiles, particularly handmade embroidery and woven goods that frequently utilize a backstrap loom. Oaxaca is home to several different groups of indigenous peoples, each of which has a distinctive textile tradition. Oaxacan fibers may be hand spun from cotton or locally cultivated silk. Traditional dye sources include purpura pansa among the Huave, Chontal, and Mixtec people. The Chontal and Mazatec also utilize cochineal to attain bright red tones. According to Alejandro de &#;vila B., founding director of the Ethnobotanical Garden in Oaxaca, the region&#;s biological diversity yields Mexico&#;s greatest variety of fibers and dyes, and "the technical sophistication of Oaxaca&#;s textiles is unparalelled in the ; Traditional clothing items among the peoples of Oaxaca include the huipil, a women&#;s blouse constructed from several panels; the ce&#;idor, a type of sash among the Mazatec; and the pa&#;o, a Chinantec head covering. Handcrafted Oaxacan textiles employ plainweave, brocade patterns, gauze weave. Mexican textile expert Irmbard Weitlaner Johnson associates pre-Christian spiritual traditions with the presence of butterflies in Mazatec textile motifs. "To this day the Mazatecs identify the butterfly as the soul that leaves the body. They believe that the souls of the deceased have permission to come to this world once a year on All Saints&#; Day and the Day of the Dead to visit their family. This is the period when butterflies are most abundant in the area and the Mazatecs consider it a sin to kill ; Regional motifs without specific spiritual meaning, or for which disputed interpretations exist, include a class of stepped fret known as xicalcoliuhqui, which means "twisted ornament for decorating gourds" in the Nahuatl language; and the double spiral ilhuitl, whose name translates as "fiesta ; Pre-Colonial tradition associates color with the four cardinal directions: yellow with east, red with north, blue and green with west, and white with south. Another shared motif among the region&#;s indigenous peoples is a rectangular ornament below the neckline of the huipil. No specific symbolism is known, but it is a frequent theme in pre-colonial codices and surviving historic textiles that remains in popular use. Traditionally, Oaxacan women wrap a red faja (a woven sash) around their waists as a protection from evil. [courtesy Wikipedia] Huichol Oaxacan Mexico Mexican Aztec Mayan Tribal Bohemian Boho Ethnic Oaxaca Colorful "Folk Art" Cheerful Colorful Hispanic Precolumbian Zapotec Mixtec Huave Chontal Mazatec Olmec Toltec Maya Goddess Quetzalcoatl "Feathered Serpent" Indigenous Native American Latin America Southwestern Western Textile Textiles Embroidery Embroidered Weaving Handwoven Beadwork Craft Crafts Village Naif Latino Latina Huipil Faja Pre-Colonial Ce&#;idor Pa&#;o New Mexico Santa Fe Taos Peasant Style Design Pattern Print Trend Trending Trendy Travel Traveler Well-Travelled Global Colorful Cheerful Sunny Sun Sol "Brillo del Sol" Bright Happy Primary Colors Color Green Gold Yellow Red Blue Fuschia Hot Pink Lime Black


Purple Tribal Mehndi Henna Elephant Throw Pillow
Purple Tribal Mehndi Henna Elephant Throw Pillow

A watercolor purple designed tribal mehndi henna design throw pillow. It has the elephant on the front and a purple striped pattern on the back. Bohemian style.


Oaxaca Mexico Mexican Mayan Tribal Art Boho Travel Ceramic Knob
Oaxaca Mexico Mexican Mayan Tribal Art Boho Travel Ceramic Knob

Contact designer for assistance with personalization or special orders. The state of Oaxaca in southern Mexico has a noteworthy tradition of finely crafted textiles, particularly handmade embroidery and woven goods that frequently utilize a backstrap loom. Oaxaca is home to several different groups of indigenous peoples, each of which has a distinctive textile tradition. Oaxacan fibers may be hand spun from cotton or locally cultivated silk. Traditional dye sources include purpura pansa among the Huave, Chontal, and Mixtec people. The Chontal and Mazatec also utilize cochineal to attain bright red tones. According to Alejandro de &#;vila B., founding director of the Ethnobotanical Garden in Oaxaca, the region&#;s biological diversity yields Mexico&#;s greatest variety of fibers and dyes, and "the technical sophistication of Oaxaca&#;s textiles is unparalelled in the ; Traditional clothing items among the peoples of Oaxaca include the huipil, a women&#;s blouse constructed from several panels; the ce&#;idor, a type of sash among the Mazatec; and the pa&#;o, a Chinantec head covering. Handcrafted Oaxacan textiles employ plainweave, brocade patterns, gauze weave. Mexican textile expert Irmbard Weitlaner Johnson associates pre-Christian spiritual traditions with the presence of butterflies in Mazatec textile motifs. "To this day the Mazatecs identify the butterfly as the soul that leaves the body. They believe that the souls of the deceased have permission to come to this world once a year on All Saints&#; Day and the Day of the Dead to visit their family. This is the period when butterflies are most abundant in the area and the Mazatecs consider it a sin to kill ; Regional motifs without specific spiritual meaning, or for which disputed interpretations exist, include a class of stepped fret known as xicalcoliuhqui, which means "twisted ornament for decorating gourds" in the Nahuatl language; and the double spiral ilhuitl, whose name translates as "fiesta ; Pre-Colonial tradition associates color with the four cardinal directions: yellow with east, red with north, blue and green with west, and white with south. Another shared motif among the region&#;s indigenous peoples is a rectangular ornament below the neckline of the huipil. No specific symbolism is known, but it is a frequent theme in pre-colonial codices and surviving historic textiles that remains in popular use. Traditionally, Oaxacan women wrap a red faja (a woven sash) around their waists as a protection from evil. [courtesy Wikipedia] Huichol Oaxacan Mexico Mexican Aztec Mayan Tribal Bohemian Boho Ethnic Oaxaca Colorful "Folk Art" Cheerful Colorful Hispanic Precolumbian Zapotec Mixtec Huave Chontal Mazatec Olmec Toltec Maya Goddess Quetzalcoatl "Feathered Serpent" Indigenous Native American Latin America Southwestern Western Textile Textiles Embroidery Embroidered Weaving Handwoven Beadwork Craft Crafts Village Naif Latino Latina Huipil Faja Pre-Colonial Ce&#;idor Pa&#;o New Mexico Santa Fe Taos Peasant Style Design Pattern Print Trend Trending Trendy Travel Traveler Well-Travelled Global Colorful Cheerful Sunny Sun Sol "Brillo del Sol" Bright Happy Primary Colors Color Green Gold Yellow Red Blue Fuschia Hot Pink Lime Black


Oaxaca Mexico Mexican Mayan Tribal Art Boho Travel Ceramic Knob
Oaxaca Mexico Mexican Mayan Tribal Art Boho Travel Ceramic Knob

Contact designer for assistance with personalization or special orders. The state of Oaxaca in southern Mexico has a noteworthy tradition of finely crafted textiles, particularly handmade embroidery and woven goods that frequently utilize a backstrap loom. Oaxaca is home to several different groups of indigenous peoples, each of which has a distinctive textile tradition. Oaxacan fibers may be hand spun from cotton or locally cultivated silk. Traditional dye sources include purpura pansa among the Huave, Chontal, and Mixtec people. The Chontal and Mazatec also utilize cochineal to attain bright red tones. According to Alejandro de &#;vila B., founding director of the Ethnobotanical Garden in Oaxaca, the region&#;s biological diversity yields Mexico&#;s greatest variety of fibers and dyes, and "the technical sophistication of Oaxaca&#;s textiles is unparalelled in the ; Traditional clothing items among the peoples of Oaxaca include the huipil, a women&#;s blouse constructed from several panels; the ce&#;idor, a type of sash among the Mazatec; and the pa&#;o, a Chinantec head covering. Handcrafted Oaxacan textiles employ plainweave, brocade patterns, gauze weave. Mexican textile expert Irmbard Weitlaner Johnson associates pre-Christian spiritual traditions with the presence of butterflies in Mazatec textile motifs. "To this day the Mazatecs identify the butterfly as the soul that leaves the body. They believe that the souls of the deceased have permission to come to this world once a year on All Saints&#; Day and the Day of the Dead to visit their family. This is the period when butterflies are most abundant in the area and the Mazatecs consider it a sin to kill ; Regional motifs without specific spiritual meaning, or for which disputed interpretations exist, include a class of stepped fret known as xicalcoliuhqui, which means "twisted ornament for decorating gourds" in the Nahuatl language; and the double spiral ilhuitl, whose name translates as "fiesta ; Pre-Colonial tradition associates color with the four cardinal directions: yellow with east, red with north, blue and green with west, and white with south. Another shared motif among the region&#;s indigenous peoples is a rectangular ornament below the neckline of the huipil. No specific symbolism is known, but it is a frequent theme in pre-colonial codices and surviving historic textiles that remains in popular use. Traditionally, Oaxacan women wrap a red faja (a woven sash) around their waists as a protection from evil. [courtesy Wikipedia] Huichol Oaxacan Mexico Mexican Aztec Mayan Tribal Bohemian Boho Ethnic Oaxaca Colorful "Folk Art" Cheerful Colorful Hispanic Precolumbian Zapotec Mixtec Huave Chontal Mazatec Olmec Toltec Maya Goddess Quetzalcoatl "Feathered Serpent" Indigenous Native American Latin America Southwestern Western Textile Textiles Embroidery Embroidered Weaving Handwoven Beadwork Craft Crafts Village Naif Latino Latina Huipil Faja Pre-Colonial Ce&#;idor Pa&#;o New Mexico Santa Fe Taos Peasant Style Design Pattern Print Trend Trending Trendy Travel Traveler Well-Travelled Global Colorful Cheerful Sunny Sun Sol "Brillo del Sol" Bright Happy Primary Colors Color Green Gold Yellow Red Blue Fuschia Hot Pink Lime Black


Oaxaca Mexico Mexican Mayan Tribal Art Boho Travel Ceramic Knob
Oaxaca Mexico Mexican Mayan Tribal Art Boho Travel Ceramic Knob

Contact designer for assistance with personalization or special orders. The state of Oaxaca in southern Mexico has a noteworthy tradition of finely crafted textiles, particularly handmade embroidery and woven goods that frequently utilize a backstrap loom. Oaxaca is home to several different groups of indigenous peoples, each of which has a distinctive textile tradition. Oaxacan fibers may be hand spun from cotton or locally cultivated silk. Traditional dye sources include purpura pansa among the Huave, Chontal, and Mixtec people. The Chontal and Mazatec also utilize cochineal to attain bright red tones. According to Alejandro de &#;vila B., founding director of the Ethnobotanical Garden in Oaxaca, the region&#;s biological diversity yields Mexico&#;s greatest variety of fibers and dyes, and "the technical sophistication of Oaxaca&#;s textiles is unparalelled in the ; Traditional clothing items among the peoples of Oaxaca include the huipil, a women&#;s blouse constructed from several panels; the ce&#;idor, a type of sash among the Mazatec; and the pa&#;o, a Chinantec head covering. Handcrafted Oaxacan textiles employ plainweave, brocade patterns, gauze weave. Mexican textile expert Irmbard Weitlaner Johnson associates pre-Christian spiritual traditions with the presence of butterflies in Mazatec textile motifs. "To this day the Mazatecs identify the butterfly as the soul that leaves the body. They believe that the souls of the deceased have permission to come to this world once a year on All Saints&#; Day and the Day of the Dead to visit their family. This is the period when butterflies are most abundant in the area and the Mazatecs consider it a sin to kill ; Regional motifs without specific spiritual meaning, or for which disputed interpretations exist, include a class of stepped fret known as xicalcoliuhqui, which means "twisted ornament for decorating gourds" in the Nahuatl language; and the double spiral ilhuitl, whose name translates as "fiesta ; Pre-Colonial tradition associates color with the four cardinal directions: yellow with east, red with north, blue and green with west, and white with south. Another shared motif among the region&#;s indigenous peoples is a rectangular ornament below the neckline of the huipil. No specific symbolism is known, but it is a frequent theme in pre-colonial codices and surviving historic textiles that remains in popular use. Traditionally, Oaxacan women wrap a red faja (a woven sash) around their waists as a protection from evil. [courtesy Wikipedia] Huichol Oaxacan Mexico Mexican Aztec Mayan Tribal Bohemian Boho Ethnic Oaxaca Colorful "Folk Art" Cheerful Colorful Hispanic Precolumbian Zapotec Mixtec Huave Chontal Mazatec Olmec Toltec Maya Goddess Quetzalcoatl "Feathered Serpent" Indigenous Native American Latin America Southwestern Western Textile Textiles Embroidery Embroidered Weaving Handwoven Beadwork Craft Crafts Village Naif Latino Latina Huipil Faja Pre-Colonial Ce&#;idor Pa&#;o New Mexico Santa Fe Taos Peasant Style Design Pattern Print Trend Trending Trendy Travel Traveler Well-Travelled Global Colorful Cheerful Sunny Sun Sol "Brillo del Sol" Bright Happy Primary Colors Color Green Gold Yellow Red Blue Fuschia Hot Pink Lime Black


Oaxaca Mexico Mexican Mayan Tribal Art Boho Travel Ceramic Knob
Oaxaca Mexico Mexican Mayan Tribal Art Boho Travel Ceramic Knob

Contact designer for assistance with personalization or special orders. The state of Oaxaca in southern Mexico has a noteworthy tradition of finely crafted textiles, particularly handmade embroidery and woven goods that frequently utilize a backstrap loom. Oaxaca is home to several different groups of indigenous peoples, each of which has a distinctive textile tradition. Oaxacan fibers may be hand spun from cotton or locally cultivated silk. Traditional dye sources include purpura pansa among the Huave, Chontal, and Mixtec people. The Chontal and Mazatec also utilize cochineal to attain bright red tones. According to Alejandro de &#;vila B., founding director of the Ethnobotanical Garden in Oaxaca, the region&#;s biological diversity yields Mexico&#;s greatest variety of fibers and dyes, and "the technical sophistication of Oaxaca&#;s textiles is unparalelled in the ; Traditional clothing items among the peoples of Oaxaca include the huipil, a women&#;s blouse constructed from several panels; the ce&#;idor, a type of sash among the Mazatec; and the pa&#;o, a Chinantec head covering. Handcrafted Oaxacan textiles employ plainweave, brocade patterns, gauze weave. Mexican textile expert Irmbard Weitlaner Johnson associates pre-Christian spiritual traditions with the presence of butterflies in Mazatec textile motifs. "To this day the Mazatecs identify the butterfly as the soul that leaves the body. They believe that the souls of the deceased have permission to come to this world once a year on All Saints&#; Day and the Day of the Dead to visit their family. This is the period when butterflies are most abundant in the area and the Mazatecs consider it a sin to kill ; Regional motifs without specific spiritual meaning, or for which disputed interpretations exist, include a class of stepped fret known as xicalcoliuhqui, which means "twisted ornament for decorating gourds" in the Nahuatl language; and the double spiral ilhuitl, whose name translates as "fiesta ; Pre-Colonial tradition associates color with the four cardinal directions: yellow with east, red with north, blue and green with west, and white with south. Another shared motif among the region&#;s indigenous peoples is a rectangular ornament below the neckline of the huipil. No specific symbolism is known, but it is a frequent theme in pre-colonial codices and surviving historic textiles that remains in popular use. Traditionally, Oaxacan women wrap a red faja (a woven sash) around their waists as a protection from evil. [courtesy Wikipedia] Huichol Oaxacan Mexico Mexican Aztec Mayan Tribal Bohemian Boho Ethnic Oaxaca Colorful "Folk Art" Cheerful Colorful Hispanic Precolumbian Zapotec Mixtec Huave Chontal Mazatec Olmec Toltec Maya Goddess Quetzalcoatl "Feathered Serpent" Indigenous Native American Latin America Southwestern Western Textile Textiles Embroidery Embroidered Weaving Handwoven Beadwork Craft Crafts Village Naif Latino Latina Huipil Faja Pre-Colonial Ce&#;idor Pa&#;o New Mexico Santa Fe Taos Peasant Style Design Pattern Print Trend Trending Trendy Travel Traveler Well-Travelled Global Colorful Cheerful Sunny Sun Sol "Brillo del Sol" Bright Happy Primary Colors Color Green Gold Yellow Red Blue Fuschia Hot Pink Lime Black


Oaxaca Mexico Mexican Mayan Tribal Art Boho Travel Ceramic Knob
Oaxaca Mexico Mexican Mayan Tribal Art Boho Travel Ceramic Knob

Contact designer for assistance with personalization or special orders. The state of Oaxaca in southern Mexico has a noteworthy tradition of finely crafted textiles, particularly handmade embroidery and woven goods that frequently utilize a backstrap loom. Oaxaca is home to several different groups of indigenous peoples, each of which has a distinctive textile tradition. Oaxacan fibers may be hand spun from cotton or locally cultivated silk. Traditional dye sources include purpura pansa among the Huave, Chontal, and Mixtec people. The Chontal and Mazatec also utilize cochineal to attain bright red tones. According to Alejandro de &#;vila B., founding director of the Ethnobotanical Garden in Oaxaca, the region&#;s biological diversity yields Mexico&#;s greatest variety of fibers and dyes, and "the technical sophistication of Oaxaca&#;s textiles is unparalelled in the ; Traditional clothing items among the peoples of Oaxaca include the huipil, a women&#;s blouse constructed from several panels; the ce&#;idor, a type of sash among the Mazatec; and the pa&#;o, a Chinantec head covering. Handcrafted Oaxacan textiles employ plainweave, brocade patterns, gauze weave. Mexican textile expert Irmbard Weitlaner Johnson associates pre-Christian spiritual traditions with the presence of butterflies in Mazatec textile motifs. "To this day the Mazatecs identify the butterfly as the soul that leaves the body. They believe that the souls of the deceased have permission to come to this world once a year on All Saints&#; Day and the Day of the Dead to visit their family. This is the period when butterflies are most abundant in the area and the Mazatecs consider it a sin to kill ; Regional motifs without specific spiritual meaning, or for which disputed interpretations exist, include a class of stepped fret known as xicalcoliuhqui, which means "twisted ornament for decorating gourds" in the Nahuatl language; and the double spiral ilhuitl, whose name translates as "fiesta ; Pre-Colonial tradition associates color with the four cardinal directions: yellow with east, red with north, blue and green with west, and white with south. Another shared motif among the region&#;s indigenous peoples is a rectangular ornament below the neckline of the huipil. No specific symbolism is known, but it is a frequent theme in pre-colonial codices and surviving historic textiles that remains in popular use. Traditionally, Oaxacan women wrap a red faja (a woven sash) around their waists as a protection from evil. [courtesy Wikipedia] Huichol Oaxacan Mexico Mexican Aztec Mayan Tribal Bohemian Boho Ethnic Oaxaca Colorful "Folk Art" Cheerful Colorful Hispanic Precolumbian Zapotec Mixtec Huave Chontal Mazatec Olmec Toltec Maya Goddess Quetzalcoatl "Feathered Serpent" Indigenous Native American Latin America Southwestern Western Textile Textiles Embroidery Embroidered Weaving Handwoven Beadwork Craft Crafts Village Naif Latino Latina Huipil Faja Pre-Colonial Ce&#;idor Pa&#;o New Mexico Santa Fe Taos Peasant Style Design Pattern Print Trend Trending Trendy Travel Traveler Well-Travelled Global Colorful Cheerful Sunny Sun Sol "Brillo del Sol" Bright Happy Primary Colors Color Green Gold Yellow Red Blue Fuschia Hot Pink Lime Black


Orange Brown Red Teal Blue Eclectic Ethnic Look Round Clock
Orange Brown Red Teal Blue Eclectic Ethnic Look Round Clock

Beautiful contemporary burnt orange, dark brown, red and teal blue green mosaic tribal pattern design. Available on original products for decorating your master or children&#;s bedroom, kitchen, nursery, living or family room, man or woman cave, college dorm, condo, studio or apartment, mountain lodge home, country cottage, log cabin, fishing camp, RV or camper, lake house, river vacation home or car.


Bohemian Rustic Western Country Burlap And Lace Stationery
Bohemian Rustic Western Country Burlap And Lace Stationery

rustic shabby chic girly country burlap and lace fashion accessories, burlap lace western country d&#;cor, burlap and lace wedding invitations, burlap barn wedding favors, burlap lace bridal shower invitations, Burlap and lace Christmas decoration, burlap lace Christmas gifts.