Sunday, 2 June 2013

DESIGNER IGLOOS

How do you find your own igloo on a dark night?







Make it with dyed snow, of course.



Linking to "Art Journal Journey", theme "Home".

19 comments:

  1. that´s so cool! Is this oil stick or wax crayon resist? fabulous!

    you have to dye with neon colors... in real... than you can see your iglo much better LOLLLLLL...
    thank you so much for this fab entry Sheila!

    xxx
    Susi

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  2. HAHA, such fun!!! You make my day with your wonderful iglo-impression :D Conny
    http://piaromsartjournaling.blogspot.de

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  3. Oh, you clever, clever girl you. Colored igloos...what more could an Eskimo ask?! What a vision I have of a village of brightly colored igloos against the white snow. You've created an awesome night sky background I might add!

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  4. This is really fun, it will surely be the hit! Valerie

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  5. What a cute idea! And of course the lanterns to see the way!

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  6. Oh wow, what a cute idea! Coloured igloos... I bet you could make hotels out of them and they were booked out every day!

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  7. Thanks for your posts that let me smile!! I like that picture expecially the colors of the background.
    Ciao Beate

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  8. Great fun! I would never have thought this one up in a million years.

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  9. What a great idea! And i like the art too.

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  10. Big smile here. Thank you for inviting me into your wonderful world!

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  11. Love the Oil Pastels. Igloos united. Awesome !!

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  12. Oooh,I love your eskimo painting,is so colorful and georgus,love it!!!

    Greetings Jeannette

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  13. Humorous and yet so beautiful. You should frame and hang it.

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  14. Very creative, beautiful artwork. Greetings, Shirley

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  15. Of course.. dyed snow, that would do the trick. =) Love your colorful igloo's. xx

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  16. I love your whimsical interpretation of the AJJ challenge, and what appears to be your use of wax resist. Blessings!

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