These ducks are quite ridiculous. But such fun to colour, and those big eyes just begged to have a layer of glossy accents over them.
I’m not really doing Easter cards this year, but I had to make one for my mum. I like colouring bunnies, but it is nice to do something a bit different — a little unexpected — so I had a think and came up with a non-traditional chocolate dragon in an Easter egg.
In the week before Christmas I was laid low with the horrible cold-flu thing that seems to have been doing the rounds recently; I rallied enough to enjoy Christmas dinner with the neighbours (just as well I didn’t have to cook that day), but I am still not one hundred per cent over it… All of which is why these last Christmas card posts have been going up somewhat later than I had intended.
Luckily I had finished making cards before falling ill, well almost finished… On Christmas Eve I suddenly realised I hadn’t made one for my other half, so I bravely set about making this spinning yeti, only to then get a migraine that meant I couldn’t actually focus on the yeti to colour it… So this card was finished off on Christmas morning…
A friend of ours really doesn’t do Christmas, but I hate to leave him off the Christmas card list. This year I was inspired to make him a solstice card instead, as celebrating the passing of the shortest day of the year is far more appropriate.
These cards were created on 17th November; day 17 of The Daily Marker 30 Day Colouring Challenge.
Yes, even more yetis… The last ones for the moment, but I can’t promise I won’t be using them again 🙂 These were inspired by my other half suggesting that I should have a yeti peeking from behind a tree.