• Digital & Mixed Media Artist •

• Digital & Mixed Media Artist •

Sunflower

Sunflower

Monday, December 27, 2010

~Winter White~

 ~Winter White~
I Hope everyone had a Wonderful Christmas and are
Enjoying A little More Relaxing Time!
I was Blessed to have my Whole Family here for the Holidays!
My Family from Alaska was here and now we have two Little Sweetpeas to join us in the Wonder of  Christmas. Leah who is 1 1/2 and Emma who was just Born and the End of October.There is nothing like have Little Ones around! They bring us all such Joy and and Happiness!

 I used quite a Few Components from 
Karen of the Graphics Fairy 
this time to make a Layered Effect. 
The Cabinet Card under the Vintage Photo
The Sweet Girl is a Lovely image 
from Blanca at Magic Moonlight Studios
The Lacy edge under the Window is actually a  
Victorian Christmas Card 
Image from the Graphics Fairy!
I just loved how it Looks! I have used it in Several Pieces. 
The Window is from from Scrap Girls.  
And the French Letter with Stamp is Beautiful!
Thank You Karen for Sharing your Time and Being such a 
Wonderful Hostess to us on Brag Monday!

16 comments:

Marie Lost Bird Studio said...

Hello Jill,
your new Blog Header is just beautiful - love it.
Happy Brag Monday!
Hugs,
Marie

PetraB said...

Your new blog header looks delightful, a wonderful wintery scene.

Charlene said...

Jill,
I am so glad you had your family with you to share Christmas! Children always make the holidays so special. To see things through a childs eyes is wonderful/magical!

Your magic again takes my breath away. I MUST learn this. OH MY HEART FLUTTTERS WITH WONDER AT THE MAGIC YOU CREATE! Thank you for sharing the beauty with us. And I feel so blessed to have found you this year & look forward to a whole new year of wonder in our friendship. HUGS!
Charlene

Mina said...

I am so happy to hear your holiday was a wonderful one. Your header is gorgeous. Thank you for sharing your technique.

JoAnne said...

Love the winter whites Jill!

ewenique said...

Jill, Your header is beautiful! Where did you get the door? I was totally blown away by your picture you compiled. Isn't creating art fun?
Margaret

lillyslace said...

Hey Jill love the new banner, how many tines do you change it? Every month? How did you learn how to do it? I just love opening your site and seeing something new! Hope you had a great Christmas-cin

Diane said...

Oh, a beautiful new banner!!!! Love it!! So wintry!
Hugs, Diane

Carol Anne's Boutique said...

Oh Jill...your new banner is absolutely Stunning!!! What a lovely start to my day by seeing your beautiful creations!!
I'm so happy your Christmas was so special!
Hugs & Love,
Carol Anne

Paula said...

Oh Jill ... I LOVE all of your creations, but this one has to be my most favorite to date!! I adore all of the lacy layers ... this is simply stunning! You are sooooooooooooooooooooo very talented, my friend! On a breathless sigh, I shall park myself here for a bit and just linger over the delicateness, and dream on that single promising word of ... hope.
Hugs, P.

Linda said...

Glad you had a wonderful Christmas, Jill! The new header is SO lovely and wintery... hope you have a special New Years!

Cindy Adkins said...

Hi Jill!
Your banner is stunning, your house is gorgeous, and YOU are an inspiration!!! Oh--and you've got snowflakes--wow!!! This is like a winter wonderland here...so beautiful!!!
XO

Nancy Maxwell James said...

Jill
your digi collage is amazing! what a gorgeous combination of sweet vintage images and treasures. I love the "snow" theme! Hope you have a wonderful New Year! Here is to 2011 may it be full of blessings!

Kelly said...

Your header looks beautiful!!
I love your style~

happy New Year

xo Kelly

Shwe Thiri Khit said...

A bright new year is coming and it’s exciting. From the bottom of my heart I would like to wish you a very exciting and creative New Year!

love,
Shwe
www.shwethirikhit.com

Jeri Landers said...

You really do make some marvelous things! Such a use of vintage images I have never seen.I can see a story in each one you create.
My husband grew up in Alaska and we have a grown son living there too. So nice you were able to see them over the holidays... it is a LONG trip.
To answer your Q. The drawing takes a little longer because it is where all the designing and layout occurs. I do a lot of shading and tiny details in pencil, and that saves me some work while painting. I won't have to think about what to shade, or where the light is coming from,etc.etc. I don't think most illustrators work this way, but for me it is best.
Looking forward to all YOUR new creations in the coming year!

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