“A wise old owl lived in an oak. The more he [she] saw, the less he [she] spoke. The less he [she] spoke, the more he [she] heard; Why can’t we all be like that wise old bird?” Here is our take on the word OWL. What does the idiom “as wise as an owl” mean? It means someone who is really smart. In lots of stories and myths, owls were associated with wisdom, and in some circles, also experienced or intelligent.

Our Wise Owl has lots of experience and loves to inspire and make people happy with sentimental merriment. In fact, if you were to stop by her studio, you would find her busy every day and even into the wee hours of the morning creating cards and pages and plaques. Always with a story to tell or quote to brighten up your day, our storyteller can be seen doin’ the happy dance every time someone requests a custom design.

After busily creating this month, she thought it would be very wise to share some of the finished cards that were delivered to some of her fans.

Enjoy!              ~The Wise Owl Storyteller

Click on any image to open a slide show and then click on each image to move to the next image. When finished viewing the samples from our Wise Owl, just click on the X in the upper right or left hand corner and you will return back to this page. Please feel free to share these with your friends or PIN an image to one of your Pinterest boards.

If you would like to share any of the images or copyrighted material from our website and blog, please provide a link back to our page. Any other use is limited and restricted by Copyright laws. Please contact The Jewels of Kingwood to obtain permission to use materials for other purposes prior to using. Thank you!

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