Whale of a time (small print)
This product was created from an Original Brooke Goldie artwork. The purpose of this print is create money from the print to raise money for charities. Like WWF, Life Line and others below the charity will be named with a Link to check out and a little about them. All money from these prints will be donated Once a month so they get more money in one transfer. If the charity below is not something you support simply don’t purchase the print I don’t need to be emailed about why you don’t like them please and thank you.
Charities for each print will change every few weeks or until I feel the charity has made a fair amount. Make sure to look into the charity yourself now and not in a few months and want a refund. NO REFUNDS ON THIS PRODUCT. Although I will only donate once a month I often donate the money right away so I don’t forget if I have a lot on that month so I can’t give refunds on change of minds.
The prints charity is WWF all of the money from sales of this print will be donated to WWF on the 1st of each month. https://donate.wwf.org.au/donate/bushfire-recovery-new
original artwork was acrylic on canvas board. 2018
Hand wash only / NOT dishwasher safe Washwith hot soapy water right after use. Rinse and throughly dry immediately after.Do not pick at the resin artDo not soakDo not submerge your boars fully in water // wood is porous and will soak up the water causing it to crack when it driesNot to be used as a every chopping board or carving board, you will cut and scratch the resin and wood and it’s almost impossible to get them back the same.Only use cheese knife and nothing too sharp you don’t want to scratch the platter. 💕
// DONT eat resin pieces if you pick them off that’s silly
Take care of this board it’s not a toy and it’s wood and hand made art it will break if you hit it and though it around often. Occasionally rub with food safe oil to keep wood from drying out.
Story Behind The Art
Story Behind The Art
Story behind the board: Store brought
Use // Personally i would only use these as a serving board or display board ( hang on walls, sit on my coffe table etc like an artwork on display) and use them for the odd food platter and for fancy dinner parties. I would not use them as a chopping board ever. Personal preferance though so use it however you choose, just be carful always and remember the care needs.