Saturday, January 17, 2009

Inspired by the Colour Pink




I was on a roll today finishing artist trading cards for a personal swap and actually created three extra. I don't normally make a habit of using pink in my artwork which is why colour swaps are so inspiring. They stretch me to break out of habits and routines.

19 comments:

Viv's Visuals said...

These are fab Heather...

katrin said...

yes, yes, yes ... heather! they are all amzing and stunning!!!

(look at my blog - there is an link to my ATC's for trade. :-)

greetings
katrin

SarahD said...

Heather these are so gorgeous I love the colours and everything!!!! Stunning!!!!
Hugs Sarah xx

J and Z said...

simply beautiful!!

Brenda said...

These are beautiful. If I made ATC's I would definitely want to swap!

sharon said...

Oooooh pretty in pink. Divine! Let's hope Spring is on the way so we can see more of these pastel colours around us. xx

lorhen82 said...

Pretty pinks...love the wings! ~Lori

Evidence of an Artistic Life said...

Pretty in pink! Theses are just lovely!!
chris p

Gaby Bee said...

These cards are enchanting!
Gaby xo

Kris Dickinson said...

I love them all Heather! So springy!

Snuppeline said...

First time I am here and I must say you have some really impressing artwork here!
I like your atc's a lot, I think they where very cute with that pink color!

Dawn said...

Oooh bubblegum pink!! You are definitely on a roll - great backgrounds as ever Heather - I just never know what I'm going to see when I come visit!

Dawn

Joy Logan said...

Love the sisterhood one! OH OBAMA is one inspiration to us all to end race wars!

Tess said...

pretty pinks, love your blog,,,,,,,,

Audrey said...

Love them all!

vintage wil said...

wow love them all!
so beautiful artwork.

Linda said...

They are lush Heather...they look good enough to eat!
Linda x

Alexandra Knittel said...

Stunning ATCs!

Jann said...

These are all so lovely--when I was in elementary school, I always thought there was something missing when I wrote the word, "Color"--I much prefer the way the Canadians and the English spell it--"colour"--so much prettier and classier, I think!