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In Memory of Shining Stars  Covid-19  Can be personalised with a name and date.

I set In Memory of Shining Stars up originally in 2017 to raise money for the terror attacks across the UK with a Black and White image of wild flowers with added colour to represent the Shining Stars we have lost. I decided to convert an Image I had taken to monochrome and then paint back In the flowers in colour which I felt represented the Shining Stars we lost. People went about their day, as we did. They looked forward, as we did. Their beds didn't get slept in, as ours did. I created these images with heartfelt thoughts and as a tribute to them all. No other words.

I have a brand new image which I have created from one of my photographs and I want to do something to help in this pandemic by continuing my series of In Memory of Shining Stars, with this 10 x 8 inch print which comes in a 12 x 10 bevel cut mount, ready for you to put in your own frame (frame size 12 x10) The coloured flowers in amongst the blue cornflowers represent our Shining Stars that we have lost to Coronavirus. I have chosen the 2020 emblem on the bottom as it signifies the year rather than COVID 19 as I don’t like that word. This can be changed to 2021 if required and names and dates can be added, please let me know in the comments when ordering. (It’s in remembrance of all the people we have lost. Our Shining Stars)

This covers the cost of creating, printing and p&p to the U.K. and also a £5 donation for every print sold will go to Cruse Bereavement Care. A charity that does amazing work to help people cope with the loss of a loved one which is incredibly important to many people during this pandemic. I wanted to make something that would raise money for an incredible cause and also be able to remember their loved ones. I am not including this in any sales as you can’t put a price on life. All packaging is sealed with tape enabling a wipe down surface on arrival.

In Memory of Shining Stars Covid-19 Can be personalised with a name and date.

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