One of this week's featured designs is a muti-colored embroidered peacock that resembles the peacocks found at Pennsbury Manor, the historic home of William Penn. Peacocks and the other period livestock that reside at Pennsbury Manor are an integral part of the site's Colonial Farm.
One of the many peacocks that roam this historic site is named Sir William "Pea."
For more information about how Wish Designs, Inc.'s custom designs and manufactures creative products to represent your organization, visit our website at www.wishdesigns.com. To find out more about Pennsbury Manor, go to http://www.pennsburymanor.org.
The Wish Designs, Inc. Blog
Welcome to Wish Design Inc.'s interactive blog. We celebrate nearly 25 years of business with three online resources to better connect you to our work, custom designs, and unique products. Visit our website at www.wishdesigns.com, find us on Facebook, and get an inside look into our company and work here on our blog. Thanks for visiting. We appreciate your business and your feedback.
Wednesday, June 17, 2009
Friday, June 12, 2009
We are proud to launch our brand-new website, www.wishdesigns.com. This website not only provides information about our business and history, it also showcases our custom-designed products and product lines. Do you know that we design Door Art that can be mounted on any door in your house? Have you ever seen the chair we designed for Martin Guitar? Check out how we combine screen printing and embroidery on unique apparel. Learn about how we began and meet us today at www.wishdesigns.com.
This week we have been working on a new embroidered design for Wind Cave National Park, South Dakota. Wind Cave is one of the world's longest and complex caves. The park is known for a variety of native species including elk, featured here in this Wish Designs, Inc. design. For more information about Wish Designs, Inc.'s custom design and manufacturing, visit our new website at www.wishdesigns.com. For more on Wind Cave National Park go to http://www.nps.gov/wica/.