Sunday, March 26, 2017

Lots of Lines in January

There were 4 envelopes in January that used lines as their design element.

Top one, from Carol, used the stamp for inspiration. That was such a nice series of stamps.

Next one, from Grace, looks like she was having a whole lotta fun with every single marker and pen on her desk. Then she used her experiment to layer on a colored envelope. Somewhere in there, she found the perfect stamps.

Then we have a random linear pattern from Hester. Looks like she might have found an old stencil for some of the lettering. The two dark strips on the ends and the dark in the butterfly stamp are nice together.

And finally there is Faye's envelope. The lines are bold swipes of color - maybe watercolor and a squiggly, linear border. That cedar waxwing stamp is so pretty. Cedar waxwings are one of my favorite birds. Not that I like to have favorites, since all birds are pretty cool - but cedar waxwings do stand out. Always munching on the red berries. So sad when they accidentally eat the berries that have fermented and get drunk and crash into windows. Worse than sad. But, I digress.....

1 comment:

  1. Gotta love those lines!
    And what's better than a drunk bird...well, of course it's a drunken raccoon...scavengers they are and love to tip the good stuff and funny as heck to watch wobble off.....