Platypus: Cute Australiana Wildlife Cushion Cover With Original Art By Flossy-p

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Bring some fun into your home with these uber cute Australiana wildlife cushion covers [4 Designs available]. They also make for a great Australian gift. With Original Art By Flossy-p.


Cover material: Velvet


Length: 45 Centimetres; Width: 45 Centimetres

This gorgeous decorative cushion cover would quickly become the talking piece of your couch, or it would make for a great cushion snuggled in that special reading chair, or as a feature on your bed.

Perfect Australian themed souvenir or gift, for a whimsical child, an animal lover, an ex-pat, to remind you of a wonderful Australian holiday, or to give an overseas friend a unique Australian themed gift.

Featuring artwork by Australian artist flossy-p, exclusive fabric (no generic store bought fabric here), this is a special item unlike any other cushion. It's not only pretty, it feels SO good.

It's big, luxurious, and sturdy, yet made of super-soft velveteen. It is 45cm square (18") in size, with a hidden zipper along the bottom. The "Platypus" illustration is on the front, while the back of the cushion cover is deep royal blue. The design is digitally printed using sublimation inks, resulting in a durable and fade resistant print.

Easy care; hand or machine washable. Each cushion cover comes with care instructions.

This listing is for the cushion cover only (to save you shipping costs), cushion inserts available from most craft or furnishing store, or anywhere that sells homewares.

***Price is for cushion cover ONLY, insert is NOT included***

Actual colours may very slightly from what you see on screen.



Sarah to some, flossy-p to others is an Australian artist who creates beautiful illustrations that escape the page, landing on pillowcases, cushions and other soft places. Her studio is located in a small regional town up the coast of Northern NSW in Australia. Her back yard is literally her inspiration with her house backing onto a meandering creek in a bushy koala reserve, nestled at the foot of some dramatic hills, whilst soothed by a beachy breeze [sounds like paradise].

Her art almost always features nature of some sort. Pencilling drawings and watercolour paintings, often featuring native Australian flowers, plants and animals, and the communion between people and nature.