Last one! The intended targets loved it.
My first attempt at a shaker card, I think it turned out well, considering I couldn’t find any 3d foam tape. And the “Noel” is a touch off centre, but it still turned out lovely.
Cardstock, Glitter, Watercolours, Ribbon
My apologies for the blurry photo, and for forgetting to post this here.
This one was for C, who’s an amazing person, and always gets the most difficult card to make.
I struggled with so many different ways to make the “Season’s greetings” writing, only to settle on 3D glue with black holo glitter dusted onto it. The Northern Lights were difficult to paint (since I’m bad at landscapes), and the trees were so darn stabby.
Cardstock, Glitter, Watercolour, Ribbon, Glue
Here is where my brain goes when I think of tranquil, the sounds of a light breeze through the leaves, next to still, calm waters.
I missed day 1, because I chose to colour a piece that did not need colour.
Brush Pen, Copic Markers, White Gel Pen
Attempted one of those adventure things, it was supposed to be darker and spookier, but my love of bright, vibrant colours betrayed me.
Kuretake Brush Pens, Pentel Sign Pen, 0.3 mm Pigment Liner
Aside from needing to learn to take better photos, plus making a better attempt at backgrounds, this turned out nicely. I also gave her the outfit I normally wear to run errands, minus the hat and boots (I’m typically found in pointy patent flats). Also I’m going to pretend her hat is extra large to accommodate her massive amount of hair 😉
Kuretake Brush Pens, Water, FW Ink, White Gel Pen.
Day 13, also Happy Friday the 13th! And a more tropical-zombie thing for today. Is that even a thing?
Daler-Rowney FW Acrylic ink
In honour of the full moon lsat night (which was beautiful to see btw). Here’s a crescent moon with clouds and trees.
Done fairly quickly and loose.
Acrylic Ink, Dr. P.H. Martins Pen-White Ink, brushes, water.