Wintery Weeds as Christmas Cards? Maybe Not…

I made a few Christmas cards this year for my friends with the idea that next year I might try and sell them in the shops.

I really thought these wintery weeds might be something different, but most everyone preferred the more traditional looks…

This Pixlromatic version looks like it’s frozen under ice, and is one of my favourites. I did a bunch of versions of this in my December Review of the One Four Challenge.
Weed in Snow in Pixlromatic Weed in the snow run through Sketch Guru’s ‘Crayon’. A friend who does fabric arts was quite excited at the embroidery possibilities of this one!
Weed in the snow run through Sketch Guru's 'Crayon' Weeds in the snow run through Pixlromatic.
Weed in the snow run through Pixlromatic This one of rocks in the snow feels like a Japanese painting. (Stackables)
Stackables turns a snowy rock into a Japanese painting (in the hills above Merritt in the BC Interior) It appears that I’m the only one who thinks cow weed is appropriate for Christmas. (Stackables)
Stackables does cow weed in the snow in the hills above Merritt in the BC Interior This one, the red door of our friend’s cabin in the woods, was the number one choice so far! (Photoshop Express)
The red door of Rays cabin, all decked out for ChristmasWith this Mexican Christmas tree and its piñata topping came a close second.
Xmas Tree with a Piñata Topper in Puerto Vallarta

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2 responses to “Wintery Weeds as Christmas Cards? Maybe Not…

  1. Pingback: Cosmic Challenge: Christmas | Elizabatz Gallery·

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