Color Inspiration

As you’ve seen in other posts, this is my art side coming out. Veterinary Dentistry is the arts and crafts of veterinary medicine.

This post is part of a series started many months ago in regards to card creations we are using in the office (and showcasing my creative outlet).

In Altenew’s class, “Color Your Day,” we were taught to:
      Be inspired by a photo
      Use a color wheel 
      Decide how much color

I put it all together.
This is the image from my phone for my inspiration – I was lucky enough to snap this image at 7am on a wildlife walk at O’Reilly’s retreat in Lamington National Park in Australia last month while my husband traveled there for a conference. These are Australian Eastern Yellow Robins:

The winter cardinal set was used to create this card. The colors were selected to try to imitate the photo and the resulting layers.

Dry embossing folder and silver splatters were used to add interest to the background. The sentiment (masked) and branch were distressed to mimic the tree bark.

If you are the recipient of this card from my office, I hope it brightens your day!

Dr. Jen