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Our throw pillows are made from 100% spun polyester poplin fabric and add a stylish statement to any room. Pillows are available in sizes from 14" x 14" up to 26" x 26". Each pillow is printed on both sides (same image) and includes a concealed zipper and removable insert (if selected) for easy cleaning.
Saint John's Evangelical Lutheran Cemetery, Dutch Ridge Road outside Maxville, Ohio. An old and abandoned country church started by Rev. Frankenburg... more
2 - 3 business days
Average Rating (4.66 Stars):
March 28th, 2023
Great looking pillow
March 27th, 2023
Happy with my purchase
March 26th, 2023
same as above
March 26th, 2023
I love the pillows! But....., I received one with a seam on the inside frayed, and the material pulling away from the zipper. I notified customer service to get a replacement, I was told to send a pic over in which I did and never heard back.....its been very frustrating. I wish it could of been taking care of without having to make a public comment. Anyway hope this issue can be taken care of . All I want is another pillowcase.
March 25th, 2023
I love the beautiful art on this pillow!! And the size and firmness of the pillow is perfect for sitting on the couch to place behind my low back for lumbar support. I plan to purchase a second one for my husband to use as well.
March 25th, 2023
Absolutely love the pillow! The design gives my bed an extra flair it needed!
Saint John's Evangelical Lutheran Cemetery, Dutch Ridge Road outside Maxville, Ohio. An old and abandoned country church started by Rev. Frankenburg July 14, 1841 in Monday Creek Township, Perry County, Ohio. Rev. Frankenburg had been preaching in private homes and barns for six year prior to starting the church.
I am a student of light. Fascinated by the intricacies of light and the subtleties of shadow. While I explore the many facets of photography and subject matter, I always return to Fine Art and Still Life. Properly done, a Still Life image can transport you to another place, another time, another emotion. The still life and fine art images contained on these pages represent my passion. For me, photography is about visualization and is an outlet for my creative side. Through lighting, composition, and the search for and selection of props, I try to instill a sense of feeling or emotion into each image that I create. I can often be found in my little basement studio at three or four in the morning tweaking my lighting or going through my...
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My grandmother owns the abandoned gospel center church in Maxville ohio. She and her sister bought it for 1 dollar. They were supposed to get it free but she tells me that there had to be some sort of money purchase made to complete the transaction. I have so many memories of going there to mow the grass with my grandpa. My aunt and uncle married there around 1976. Their wedding was one of the last weddings to take place. I still visit it to see how it changes through the years. I hope others can enjoy seeing as much as I have.