I want to say a big thanks for all your greetings and comments on the new Biskuttina range of digistamps. I enjoyed reading each and every comment!! Thanks a lot for your feedback 🙂 It means a lot to have all this caring support.
I present to you another character from this new range!! It is called ‘So Sorry‘ which you can find in the shop here. Sorry – one of the hardest and most powerful words in our vocabulary. I really hope that during this coming new year we would find it a bit easier to use it and say it to the people we love and care about.
On a lighter note, at this time of year, we might like to dedicate this drawing (and its message) to ourselves to mark the epic moment when we step on the bathroom scale to get a reality check . . . ‘So Sorry‘ for not saying no to all those goodies 🙂 🙂 If this is the case you’re certainly not alone 🙂 We’ll get back on track as soon as our cupboards are emptied of all the good stuff 🙂
Wishing you all a happy New Year and may you be blessed with health, peace, love and happiness!
Christine x x x
I hope you are well and in good health! 🙂
I want to wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!! I really wish you have an enjoyable festive season, including good times with family and friends and opportunities to make a difference in other people’s lives.
I want to thank you for your support during the past year! You are such a great bunch! Penny Blossom’s first birthday is coming up in January and to celebrate this I am launching a new line of digistamps called ‘Biskuttina’ (pronounced Bis-coot-tina). I am happy to present to you the first two digis. The first one, called ‘Kissable’, is my Christmas gift to you. You can download it from the freebies page! Enjoy 🙂
The other digistamp (‘A Little Gift’) is inspired from the beautiful, yet sad story of ‘The Little Match Girl‘. You can find it in the shop here. Sometimes in life you meet amazing people who are ready to give you a lot from the little they have! It is amazing how many big hearts are out there! And we can all learn from these people. We can all make a difference even if small! So many lives can be improved by sharing our ‘Little Gifts’.
I hope you enjoy these drawings 🙂 Feel free to send me your feedback. Here I used the no-line technique which I really love because it gives a particular whimsical look to digis and I also feel that coloured images become more of a complete artwork. I coloured the characters with Prismacolor pencils together with an odourless solvent.
I wish you all the very best and may you have a peaceful Christmas!!
Hugs and warm wishes,
Christine x x x