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Free Download – Christmas Card Design

A free downloadable Christmas Card to print at home.

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The design for the front of the Christmas Card.

 

I’m so grateful for everyone who Likes and engages with my Inspire by Kim website, Facebook page, Instagram so I wanted to give a thank you. Here it is…

A free downloadable Christmas Card to print at home.

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The design is a winter village scene featuring the Gingerbread House, reindeer, sleigh and snowman that I baked.

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I recommend printing on card or good quality photo paper and just ask that the design is sent in its entirety. If you’re new here please follow the blog to be eligible for the download.

Click on the following link to download.

Christmas Card – Inspire by Kim. Not for sale

Please note this for your enjoyment and whoever you choose to send it to. This copyrighted card design cannot be printed for sale and cannot be sold.

See the Gingerbread House here…

Thank you again to everyone for their ongoing support.

Kim 

Related:

Breakfast Cereal Design Concept

Illustrated Recipe – Buns

Instagram Highlights

Bottle Brand Design

Instagram Highlights

Have a lovely Christmas all.

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Illustrated Recipe – Buns

Instagram Post: Prompted by @flow_magazine #50waystodrawyourbeautifulordinarylife using the techniques from @tutorbill ’s course #drawpaintclickillustration

With #inktober in mind, and the instructional illustration prompt for #portfolioclub for August, I drew the elements of the recipe whilst travelling to Wembley Stadium and back by train.

One of my favourite books at the moment is, Flow Magazine’s 50 Ways To Draw Your Beautiful Ordinary Life, which set a task of an illustrated recipe, as a family heirloom. I thought it would be sweet to use French for this for my neice.

After adding some colour in Inktense pencils I added water to activate the ink pigment.
These pretty buns made with my niece, who so carefully and beautifully decorated them, were the inspiration for this recipe illustration.

I assembled my drawings in Pixelmator app using a vertical flow for the instructions., I wanted the colour to be subtle and to keep the recipe more drawings than words.

Here is the final outcome,

This is a favourite recipe from family baking as a child, if you bake it do enjoy and it would be lovely to see what you’ve made and hear about it,

This work related to these projects,,,

Portfolio Club – Circus Illustration

How to plant a tree – Instructional Illustration

Tennis Club Promotion Part Two

Illustrated Map

Please feel free to have a look at these and the content on my blog and website.

If you’d like an illustration or bespoke artwork please message or email me inspirebykim@outlook.com

You might want to take a look at Flow Magazine, 50 Ways To Draw Your Beautiful Ordinary Life

I highly recommend Bill Wright’s Draw Paint Click Illustration course and the techniques taught.

Here’s a link to Inktense pencils that I used. You can check out #portfolioclub on Instagram.

I’m looking forward to #inktober which is an ink drawing a day for the month of October. Here’s my work from when I joined Inktober.

https://52artchallenges.wordpress.com/2017/11/03/inktober-highlights/

May you have a sweet day.

Kim 😊