Tuesday, February 21, 2012

For You: Literary Heroine Wallpapers

Presenting for your literary and aesthetic enjoyment:

Literary Heroine Wallpapers!
Designed by the lovely and talented Natasha Marie, these beautiful graphics are perfect for adding a touch of romantic and literary flair to your desktop, or anywhere else you fancy!

Let the celebration of all of our favorite heroines continue!

Just a sampling of all of the beautiful designs are featured here - please run over to Tasha's blog, Day by Day, where untold delight awaits party goers in the form of more wallpapers to inspire and delight!

lizzy4-wallpaper.jpg (1024×732)
mollygibson1-wallpaper.jpg (1024×732)
cecily1-wallpaper.jpg (1024×732)
anne1-wallpaper.jpg (1024×732)
emma2.jpg (1074×768)
jo1-wallpaper.jpg (1024×732)
ns2-wallpaper.jpg (1074×768)
(Where there are heroines, there will usually be found a hero not far away... and I just had to include Mr. Thornton as one of the most marvelous heroes devised by literature...  Not to mention, is not this graphic breathtaking?)


Hurry over to see all that Tasha has in store!

9 comments:

  1. Oh, Mr. Thornton!!! I have a very hard time decide ding between him, and Mr. Darcy.

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  2. Thank you, dear:)

    That North & South wallpaper is one of my all time favorites, and you certainly can't go wrong with Mr. Thornton;) If it weren't for Sir Percy, Mr. Thornton would probably be the ultimate hero, in my opinion.

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  3. I *may* have a crush on Mr. Thornton. And I think he would make a delightful Mr. Darcy, don't you think?

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  4. How lovely. I think (not sure yet) I think, Anne is my favorite. I like the expression on her face. :)

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  5. ahhhhhhhhhhh!!!!!!!! These are AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!! :D

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  6. *Sighhh* Mr Thornton–dazzling in all of his manly heroism :))) Love Emma's wallpaper, too... She is so brilliant and I wish she was my neighbor :))

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  7. How did you ever find an 1828 copy of Webster's dictionary? I think it's great that you have such an educational piece of history!

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  8. Fabulous comments, everyone! Thanks so much.

    Kimberley: Richard A. playing Mr. Darcy would be quite amazing... I think I would look at Mr. D. in a new light;D

    Laura: It's still in publication! This dictionary is a masterpiece, and I love reading it's pages. You can see it here:
    http://www.1828-dictionary.com/

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  9. Oh, beautiful! I have the most difficult decision of to which I should choose for my own desktop. Thank you so much for creating them, dear! They are simply lovely!

    xoxo,
    Grace
    tending her garden @ gracesgardenwalk.blogspot.com

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