How to make a successful one-color holiday card.

Here's a very creative holiday card by Robyn Short of "Speak Life Greetings".  What a great concept.  She honors the tradition of calligraphy with an angel design and also does this by using one color.  That is very difficult to do. I could easily see this card in red, green or blue versions or by using the same calligraphy concept for other holidays like Valentine's or St. Patrick's.



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Mechanics Are Artists Too.

You might wonder why you haven't seen a post on this blog for the last 11 days -- well, I've been in Indiana with family.

One thing I learned from being there is that mechanics are artists too.

My uncle Tom Allis built this specialty truck that tows semi-trailers (when they break down). He took an old Walmart truck and cut it in half and added a towing attachment.  I call that creative! 

Notice the mix of red and green colors in these pictures.  Using images like this can be a great way to personalize a holiday card. You can print the picture and add your own text, or you could design a card with an open blank space where someone else can add their own photo.

(Bennett's Garage and Towing Inc , Earl Park, Indiana)
 
Photo Credit: Peter Mui

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