Thursday, March 2, 2017

Calendars and Envelope Art

Aloha dear friends,

I've been MIA and most of you know it's the usual-back and bone issues. But over the weeks I laid here stamping and spotlight coloring the envelopes for Hawai'ian calendars. I'm sorry I'm not up to listing everything used but here's an inkling :) It took about 3 months to complete around 25-30 of these 2017 Hawai'ian calendar sets. It was a joy to be able to do a little coloring spotlighting!

Stamps: SU flowers and birds
Inks: Memento Black
Pencils: Prismacolor, Gamsol, with touches of Sakura Clear Glitter Pen

Aloha for now!!!


  1. These are soooo SPECTACULAR! I have saved mine, suitable for framing you know! Love you, my sweet Hibiscus Flower! xoxo <3

  2. I so enjoyed the envelope you did for me. It was gorgeous.

  3. I loved the spotlight colouring you did on the envelope as much as the calendar itself! I've saved the envelope ;). Take care, and sending ❤️ and hugs!

  4. So enjoyed the love you put into these beautiful envelopes. The calendar was spectacular too! Thanks so much for thinking about me. Sending hugs and prayers that you feel better soon. <3

  5. Rosy, you are such a sweet person! Hope you feel better soon - will keep you in my prayers!

  6. These are just so special. I cannot believe you made that many, how wonderful. I will always treasure mine, I think it needs a frame. I'm so happy that you are able to enjoy this hobby, even though you have so many stupid health issues. It makes me smile that you persevere....thank you so much for the inspiration!!!! Love you!!!! XOXO

  7. Your envelop is gorgeous! The calendar is beautiful too. Thanks so much for the love you put into them. Glad you were able to squeeze in some fun time with the pain. Sorry you have to enure the pain though. Take care and sending love

  8. Wow Rosy. So happy you were able to create even a bit at a time.
    Hugs from the COLD north. Even my one son was saying it was too cold and was raised where it got to -70 some winters. LOL


Your kind comments really encourage me! Mahalo nui loa!