I love the scent of gingerbread baking on a cold, frosty day, so I wanted to evoke that feeling in an art piece. I also think that red and green are kind of overdone during the holidays so in keeping with the gingerbread idea, I decided to stick with that color scheme too.
Burrrr, who’s a better authority about the cold than polar bears? Nobody I know!
More Wintery Inspiration!
- A Colorful Merry Christmas by Isha Gupta
- Glistening Ornaments by Maureen Cronin
- Foiled Holiday Hugs by Penny Ward
- Sparkly Winter Gift Tag by Naghma Husain
I just love the Mother of Pearl look you achieve when using Iridescent Creative Medium, but wanting more choice of colors, I made my own. With the wide arrange of inker colors to choose from, you can make new colors until your heart is content.
More Weekend Inspiration to Keep You Warm!
Harvest Cornucopia Thanksgiving Card by Roni Johnson
Thanksgiving is a lovely time of year spent with family and friends but it’s also time to give thanks for the bounty of the harvest for the year. My family operates a small farm in Indiana and as farmers we like to take a moment to thank God for all that we have been able to grow and harvest during the year and pray for a favorable crop next year. Here’s to all of the farmers that make a bountiful Thanksgiving possible…Thanks for all your hard work.
More Thanksgiving Inspiration!
When the challenge came in to use Kaleidacolor ink pads I knew straight away exactly what I wanted to create. I adore this very old technique for creating a resist background and have found that Kaleidacolor is the only ink that will do this effect any sort of justice. I hope that you enjoy it too. Thanks for visiting.
More Kaleidacolor Inspiration!
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