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How Much Wood Would A Woodchuck Chuck If A Woodchuck Could Chuck Wood Bath Sheet featuring the photograph Wood Chuck by Elizabeth Winter

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Decorate your bathroom and dry yourself off with our luxuriously soft bath towels and hand towels.   Our towels are made from brushed microfiber with a 100% cotton back for extra absorption.   The top of the towel has the image printed on it, and the back is white cotton.   Available in three different sizes: hand towel, bath towel, and bath sheet.

Care Instructions

Machine wash cold and tumble dry with low heat.

Ships Within

1 - 2 business days

Ships From

Atlanta, GA

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He is really cute - until you see him rolling a cantaloupe out of your garden towards his den! lol LF

Elizabeth Winter replied:

Thanks Bonnie

Well, isn't he cute and fluffy and what a beautiful capture, Elizabeth!! Love it! V/F

Elizabeth Winter replied:

LOL! Thanks Phyllis!

wonderful capture ! f/l

Elizabeth Winter replied:

Thanks Sandra

Awesome capture.

Elizabeth Winter replied:

Thanks Ally

wonderful wood chuch image and capture, I've never seen one, they are really cute ~ l/f

Elizabeth Winter replied:

They are quite cute but very shy around people! Thanks Geraldine

Awesome woodchuck capture! Very sweet! L/F

Elizabeth Winter replied:

Thanks Roger

Very cute! l/f

Elizabeth Winter replied:

Thanks Elaine

Wonderful focus and clarity GORGEOUS CAPTURE

Elizabeth Winter replied:

Thanks Heather

Brilliant !!! l/f

Elizabeth Winter replied:

Thanks Miroslava

Wonderful capture Elizabeth ..!! L/F

Elizabeth Winter replied:

Thanks Alfred

So cute!! Great image Elizabeth!! L/f

Elizabeth Winter replied:

Thanks Marina

Great capture and a great little guy! fv

Elizabeth Winter replied:

Thanks Jim

OMG he is sooooooooooo freaking cute Elizabeth!!!! love this to pieces Fav'd

Elizabeth Winter replied:

Thanks Heather!

Very cute close up capture of this adorable little woodchuck L/F

Elizabeth Winter replied:

Thanks Marcia

You have a really nice picture here. L

Elizabeth Winter replied:

Thanks Constance

Elizabeth---cute capture---we have one in our backyard and we nicknames him 'grumpy'-- :) Lvf

Elizabeth Winter replied:

LOL! Thanks Nava Jo

Nice capture Elizabeth. voted Ruth

Elizabeth Winter replied:

Thanks Ruth

Very nice capture!

Elizabeth Winter replied:

Thanks Natalie

L/F Too Cute !!!

Elizabeth Winter replied:

Thanks Tom

What alovely pose and capture Elizabeth (L)

Elizabeth Winter replied:

Thanks Christiane

This looks so gorgeous Elizabeth. Fave

Elizabeth Winter replied:

Thanks Steve

So wonderfully adorable.

Elizabeth Winter replied:

Thanks Wayne

Stopping back to smile at this cute little guy - and another fv too :)

Elizabeth Winter replied:

Thanks Darlene! Always good to see you!

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Bath Sheet Reviews (76)

Average Rating (4.82 Stars):

August 11th, 2018

I am familiar with this talented artist, Lenore Senior, and appreciate her work. The towels were much better quality than I expected. So soft and such a beautiful replication of Lenore's artwork. They look great with the wall art I already have in place. I appreciate all the different product forms that FineArtAmerica offers. I have ordered Lenore's work on greeting cards, too, and they were beautiful and of a very good quality. Thank you!

August 7th, 2018

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August 7th, 2018

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Artist's Description

Woodchucks, also called groundhogs, are large rodents. They are brown with bushy tails, small ears, and short legs. Woodchucks can grow up to 32 inches long, and weigh up to 14 pounds. A Woodchuck's feet are usually darker brown or black. These animals are known to live in fields, woods, lawns, and gardens. Woodchucks are active during the day, especially in early morning and late afternoon. Woodchucks eat mostly plants, including: grasses, clovers, plantain, Sassafras, Smooth Sumac, Flowering Dogwood, Black Cherry, and honeysuckle. Occasionally, they will eat snails, insects, baby birds, or eggs. In the Fall, Woodchucks eat a lot so they can put on extra fat for the Winter. Woodchucks hibernate in their nest chamber. During the cold months, Woodchucks are able to slow down their breathing to one breath per minute and their heartbeat to four beats per minute. They also lower their body temperature.

About Elizabeth Winter

Elizabeth Winter

Thank you for visiting my galleries and for your interest in my work. If you should have any questions or comments please feel free to contact me. Fine Art America watermark will not appear on your purchased artwork. All of my photographs are copyrighted, and may not be reproduced, copied, edited, published, transmitted or uploaded in any way without my written permission.

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