How Could I Have Ever Not Known You - A Sketchy Muma Print

Sketchy Muma

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    • Order placed
    • 29th November
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    • 2nd December
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    • Standard delivery
    • 5th - 7th December


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A sketchy muma print in a white frame next to a beach painting
A sketchy muma print close up
Hands drawing a sketchy muma picture on a brown envelope.
A sketchy muma print in a white frame next to a flower in a vase and a soft toy reindeer sitting on a box
Soft focused blurry image on Sketchy Muma in Studio behind some paintbrushes and a pink and blue teapot cosy

"How Could I Have Ever Not Known You" is by far and away my most popular print and features on the back cover of my published "Sketchy Muma" book. It just seems to encapsulate everything about the mother and baby bond that transcends time and space. You cannot go wrong with this print!

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A hand initialed print from the 'Sketchy Muma' series.

This is an A4 UNFRAMED PRINT which fits into a standard A4 size "off-the-shelf" frame.

Printed on 270g High Quality Giclee photo paper at my studio in Cornwall.

Packaged in a cellophane sleeve with backing board and sent in a hardback envelope.


The delivery options for this item are listed below (if it doesn't state 'Express delivery' then that option is not available for this product). As soon as you place your order, this small business will spring into action, get it ready and send it out... (and you can feel wonderful for supporting them).

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Receive it by 5th - 7th December

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Sketchy Muma

st. agnes, cornwall

Hi, my name is Anna and I am an artist from Cornwall. I started my Sketchy Muma drawings back in 2014, shortly after becoming a new mum. It started off as a personal project, but I now produce prints and cards that you can also enjoy in your home, or as a meaningful gift to send to someone. I love making simple observational drawings about family and day to day life, and distilling into words and pictures the precious relationships that make us human.