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December's Window

By AngelaSasser
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Printable Coloring Book Pack - Christmas Series I by AngelaSasser

Every year since 2006 I've created an image especially for the holidays. This is my gift to all my friends, family, and followers who have been so kind in their encouragement and support of me as an artist and as a person.

No matter where our wanderings through the grey winters take us, a portal of grace and the warmth of light will always be there to guide us home.

4.5x6.5 in. (11.4x16.5 cm.), Watercolor & Ink.
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Angel of Noel by AngelaSasserHoliday Nouveau 2007 by AngelaSasserAdvent Angel by AngelaSasserDecember's Window by AngelaSasserThe Gift Giver by AngelaSasser
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Alecat's avatar
Ooooh. Really lovely! Well done with the colours and composition, it looks great.
bear48's avatar
very nice work
PaganFireSnake's avatar
Beautiful work.:) I might have to do this as a cross stitch pattern one day.:)
HiddenRelevance's avatar
Love this one too.. and no, it has NOTHING to do with the 8 pointed star incorporated into the knotwork.. nope not at all lol lol again
AngelaSasser's avatar
That randomly reminds me that I saw a pendant at Michaels that reminded me of you. If you have that store near where you live, go check out the bead aisle for a brand called Plaid Pearls & Pumps. The 8 point star pendant is just gorgeous!

You know I didn't even realize I'd drawn an 8 point star in this. I went for something that felt balanced and elegant and this is what we get!
HiddenRelevance's avatar
Oooo really? I'll definitely have to check that out then... I'll laugh if I've seen it and just completely spaced on what it was lol.

Hey apparently you were just channeling me for a moment.. there's nothing wrong with that lol
Ravensrow's avatar
Strong, beautiful work.
AngelaSasser's avatar
Thanks! That's quite the complement coming from the Master of Knotwork :)
Saimain's avatar
Oh wow, how did I miss this one? Gorgeous work! The colors and patterns and symbols are perfect, and I imagine this makes a beautiful Christmas card. ^__^
Corvidae65's avatar
Hello! :wave:

Your beautiful work has been featured in my journal--->[link]

Have a great week! :sun:
AngelaSasser's avatar
Thank you for the feature. It's much appreciated:)
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wwGinger's avatar
:holly: You've been featured here. Thanks so much for sharing your talents with us! :santa:
Charlemaine's avatar
am loving the intricate Celtic motifs. appropriate, as quite a number of Christmas traditions are borrowed from Celt celebrations

how long DID it take to paint those, by the way?? it looks fair mind-boggling when i imagine the thousands & thousands of tiny paintstrokes.
AngelaSasser's avatar
Somehow I thought doing knots instead of a figure would save me time as well this year. Wrong! XD This took me three all nighters in a row, which I'm guessing equals more than 18 hours of work. :faint:
Charlemaine's avatar
ehh? what were you thinking, woman? of course hundreds & hundreds of knots take more time than a single human figure! too much coffee to the cranium? LoL

but kudos to you for doing it, & succeeding. :hug: :trophy:
Natural20's avatar
Beautiful! If I get a job before Christmas, I'm going to get a print of this for my mother. Her stocking always had cardinals on it.

For now, faving!
AngelaSasser's avatar
That'd be wonderful:) Best wishes in the job hunt! I hope that if you do end up getting this that your mother will enjoy it. I haven't put up larger prints yet (only 5x7) but let me know what size you're aiming for and I'll be sure to make it available.
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