Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Journaling with Aqua, Yellow, and a POP of Pink!

Participating in Kristin's
 4th year of Summer of Color,
(You can join in using the badge on the top!)

This first challenge
is to create anything using
the two colors: aqua and yellow,
with a POP of hot pink!

Birds keep finding me
so I am going with it.

{I used Caran d' Ache
Neoart Aquarelle water-soluable wax Pastels
and some water on a paintbrush...
then an aqua fine point Sharpie pen for the writing.}

Thank you, Kristin! 



MeOfCourse said...

Your bird is just awesome. Perfect for the colors. Great job!

sue :) said...

Love your bird, very sweet, love how you've included hand writing on your piece too.

Chrysalis said...

That is so beautiful, Kathy - and the colour combination is lovely. x

Elephangaroo Ramunda said...


Kristin said...


missy k said...

Lovely page Kathy.... beautiful bird and words :)

Karen x

Manon Visser said...

Wow they really pop those colours! Great to see you play too!

Penny Stewart said...

We could call you the bird lady! Excellent use of color and design.

sheila 77 said...

Your bird is adorable, I like the expression on his face..

Linda said...

I adore your lovely bird illustration for the SOC challenge!

Sharon Fritchman said...

I absolutely love your bird and wonderful quote, too! You used the SOC colors beautifully!

Kamana said...

i was chasing birds during my time away... went bird watching a few times and it was great fun. now i keep thinking i need to do something bird-related on the creative side.

Caz said...

This is really beautiful!

Cindy McMath said...

This is absolutely gorgeous!

Jennifer Richardson said...

I love the way you keep growing
and learning and stretching out
and making new waves that send
love and joy and muchness out into the world, always inspiring and challenging and nudging us
further into creative brilliance:)
it's a generous thing you share,
(thank you!)

Deborah Weber said...

So lovely!

Deborah Weber said...

So lovely!

Juls said...

Beautiful, love the bird !