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Wooly Woolgatherer - Set of 5 Mini Notecards and Envelopes

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Separating sheep from their wool is a strenuous job, and sheep-shearing has even been turned into a competitive sport in Australia and New Zealand. But "wool-gathering" is an altogether different activity. In the 16th century, the rural poor would wander the fields where herds of sheep roamed, gathering bits of wool caught on bushes and brush, hoping to find enough to weave into cloth or to sell. As wool-gathering was hardly a lucrative occupation and involved a great deal of meandering around the countryside, by about 1550 "wool-gathering" had taken on the figurative meaning of "wandering aimlessly for no productive purpose," especially in the fields of one's own mind.

What better title, then, for these bighorn sheep who are obviously caught up in daydreams of their own?

This beautiful image of a bighorn sheep is captured on mini cards (business card sized when folded, 2" x 3-1\/2"), printed onto offwhite parchment-toned cardstock with black ink. The insides of the cards are blank for your message. The accompanying handmade envelopes are all striped, a la your favorite pair of wooly socks.

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Wooly Woolgatherer - Set of 5 Mini Notecards and Envelopes

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  • Materials: cardstock, paper, ink
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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