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Linda Barnicott brings you artistic black and white personal checks with breathtaking scenery. Barnicott’s pen and ink artwork creates a glimpse of life in amusements parks at the turn of the century. There are four scenes in this series and each is intricately detailed. You can easily immerse yourself in each image, staying there for awhile before writing each check. Nothing says quality like the “Black and Whites” personal checks by Linda Barnicott.
Pen and Inks
Many of us grew up enjoying amusement parks and many of us still do. For some, amusement parks are a passion, which is why amusement park checks are perfect! They help you express your love for carousels, roller coasters, and relive the entire amusement park experience. Linda Barnicott’s personal checks are very colorful with one turn of the century check in black and white. Your handwriting will stand out on these very high quality and affordable personal checks. Order yours today!
Pen and Inks
Linda Barnicott’s, “Amusement Park Scenes” address labels are artistic representations of the amusement park experience. Instead of manually handwriting, address labels save time and they give each envelope its proper identification. You can use them on books, mailers, envelopes, video tapes and more. They imbibe the image of a person or company’s profile and yet add a special quality and character to each use. The “Amusement Park Scenes” has 3 classic images that are of good quality, affordable and fun to use.
Wendell August Forge, maker of heirloom-quality personalized metal gifts that commemorate life’s special moments, has partnered with Linda for the fifth year to create this 2014 collection of ornaments that celebrate the history, magic and fun that is Kennywood Amusement Park.
Pen and Inks
Linda was commissioned, by the park, to create “125 Years of Idlewild Fun”, a charming pen and ink rendering that takes a nostalgic look at Idlewild Park at the turn of the century. It will be used in the park’s publicity ads as they celebrate their special anniversary during the summer of 2002.
Allow Linda Barnicott’s, ” Black and Whites” address labels to take you back to a simpler time. It’s a time of grace and elegance even in the turn of the century amusement park. Instead of manually handwriting, address labels save time and they give each envelope its proper identification. You can use them on books, mailers, envelopes, video tapes and more. They imbibe the image of a person or company’s profile and yet add a special quality and character to each use. These nostalgic images are of good quality, affordable and fun to use.