Chin Up Buttercup - Print

Description

Buttercups grew wild in my Grandma's backyard. I remember one time my uncle plucked one and put it under my chin. I never really understood why he did that, but then I learned this is actually a fun little tradition! It is said that if a yellow reflection from the flower's shiny petals can be seen under the chin, the person is said to "like butter". This custom shows how buttercup petals reflect light. So cute!

Details

All Lily & Val original chalkboard prints are hand-lettered using chalk, then digitally photographed and printed on professional, archive quality Epson paper for a timeless look without the dust.

♥ Available in multiple sizes
♥ Packaged in a cellophane sleeve with cardboard backing
♥ Printed in Pennsylvania

About the Artist: Valerie McKeehan is a sentimentalist, homebody, and flower lover. Inspired by the beauty of ordinary life and nature, she hand letters and illustrates every Lily & Val design out of her home studio in Pittsburgh, PA. It all started in 2012 when she drew a chalkboard sign to make her kitchen feel more homey. She applies the same philosophy today: creating unique, meaningful art and products because she loves them and hopes they resonate with you, too.

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