Ya Ya's Old Shoe

First published in 1794, “There was an Old Woman who Lived in a Shoe,” is a British Nursery Rhyme that tells of a single old woman who did her best to care for her offspring. Rather than think about the implications of the poem (poverty, inequality), it’s better to focus on how much fun it would be for a bunch of kids to live together in a giant shoe. A friend has five children and seventeen grandchildren and, if she had her way, they'd all live together in one giant perfectly decorated shoe, wearing matching outfits!



A piece of Vintage Americana transformed into a beautiful Canvas Print!

  • Available in seven sizes!
  • Canvas has a 1.6” (4 cm ) thick frame.
  • Canvas frames are made of FSC® certified wood. When not available PEFC or equivalent.
  • Shipped in protective packaging and strong boxes to ensure no damage during transportation.
  • Mounting kit included.

Shipping: is FREE! We use a world-wide printing company that partners with high-end printers all across the globe. Orders are usually prepared, printed and shipped out within three days.

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