Christmas Cards are Here

Hey Creative Peeps!
I am so very pleased to offer 2 of the 3 Christmas designs via RedBubble.

The first is a more traditional design.

Traditional Design

Made with some yummy papers from Echo Park, highlighted with Faber-Castel Pitt Brush Pens and sealed with a lovely matt finish.
Order using the direct link HERE or click on the image.

The second is more playful and quirky.

Quirky Design

Made from Echo Park papers, ink, oil pastel, paint and on a base of old book paper. This design is one for the family member who loves something quite unique.
Order using the direct link HERE or click on the image.

I’ve made them available in 2 card sizes plus a postcard size for something a little different. So take the stress and worry out of making a gazillion cards this year or battling the loopy Christmas shopping mentality, and just get online. I’ve done all the hard work for you this year.

I have one week and one day to go with my teaching contract. I am looking forward to getting stuck into the studio and being messy in my own private domain once again, but I know I will miss the school environment and being around teenagers. They really are the best company!
(And so if you were wondering if I was indeed crazy, there is your proof….who in their right mind enjoys the company of teenagers??!!)

Be good and be creative!
xx Giovanna

Published by Giovanna Scott

Artist, Educator, Joy Seeker, and Lover of Good Coffee. I began this blog in December 2006 to document the ebb and flow of our life. It has now become a steady record of my artistic journey and a home for my collections.

2 thoughts on “Christmas Cards are Here

  1. I love your designs Giovanna – I love to send cards my friends think are a bit different – they tend to keep them instead of throwing them away! Where’s the third design?

    1. Hi James and thanks for stopping by. Glad you like my designs. Ah, the third one!! She’s all done but because it was so so so very dimensional, I could never photograph it or scan it well enough and I’m not that tech-savvy to do all that flattening, etc on photoshop. I’ll be putting that canvas on the next blog post for everyone, so stay tuned. xx Giovanna

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