Gorgeous artwork that will make your creative fingers itch to make more.
I have a recommendation for you. If you have access to Netflix and you’d like to see a different Santa movie, watch Klaus.
My art goal for December was to have at least ten Christmas-related Zentangle designs to show you. I’m a little short. I started another yesterday that I didn’t finish in time for this post. If it’s done before Saturday, I’ll include it in my year-end report.
If these snowflakes look familiar, it might be because I posted them a week and a half ago for the Diva Holidaze challenge:
I’ve always thought the pattern verdigogh looks like pine tree snippets:
I tried to make a Christmas tree from the henna drum pattern, but it wasn’t looking very Christmasy, so I began drawing clusters of holly leaves in place of the blossoms:
Here’s a Christmas tree made with aura-leah:
I made a many-branched luv-a and turned it upside down for a Christmas tree. I’m pleased with the way it turned out.
This tree started out as flux and got embellished:
I thought munchin had the potential to look like tumbling Christmas trees, but I discovered that when I built them in clockwise clusters of five, they looked kind of like cubist stars. (My husband thinks they look like crystals–he was a geology major.)
My final Christmas tree is built from ahh, paradox, pearlz, ramy, heartline, muzic, flutter, jacki, and btl joos.
This film is older than me, but I remember singing the song in a school Christmas program with my kindergarten class.
To learn more about the art of Patti Rokus, and for more information about her book, click here.
This week’s Diva Challenge is to create a holiday tile. Here’s mine:
I never heard this lovely carol to the tune of “Bring a Torch, Jeannette, Isabella” before last year.