It's time to vote again!

Two Minted challenges closed for voting last week. The first group of entries is for the challenge called Untitled: The First-Ever Minted Art Challenge. Some of my submissions are works I have painted over the last several months for classes. I hadn't done anything about selling these yet, and thought they might fit the bill. Some of the pieces are reworked designs for this challenge, which can also be personalized by the customer during purchase, creating a personalized keepsake in the form of a large art poster. Now is the time for you to weigh in with your votes. Click on the image and it'll take you to the page for voting. If you don't already have a Minted account, you'll need to set one up before you can vote, but the time spent will be worth it. You'll get to do a little mitzvah by casting your vote for my art, and you might see some other cool art in the process. Just make sure to vote higher for mine. ;-)

Triangle Heart Art Print
Triangle Heart Art Print

This first piece is meant to commemorate a wedding day.

Triangle Heart Wedding Guest Book Alternative
Triangle Heart Wedding Guest Book Alternative

This piece was designed to be a customizable wedding guest book alternative, where guests would sign their names in the small triangles.

Flower Power
Flower Power
Mother and Child
Mother and Child
The World is a Narrow Bridge
The World is a Narrow Bridge
Santa Fe Door
Santa Fe Door
Ribbon Geometry
Ribbon Geometry
Baby Blossoms
Baby Blossoms

The next challenge to end, Mark Your Calendars, was for wedding save the date designs:

Winter Jewels
Winter Jewels
Classic Argyle
Classic Argyle
Big Bold Names
Big Bold Names
Sun Spots
Sun Spots
Fly Away With Us
Fly Away With Us
Falling Leaves
Falling Leaves

Minted doesn't post how long the voting process will be left open, so if you're so inclined, don't wait too long!

Two new challenges started the day these two ended—one for graduation announcements and the other for moving announcements. I haven't even started thinking about them yet, but I have been getting some good feedback on the watercolor, which is done by hand, by the way, and is not digital. So, I might keep up that trend for at least a few submissions. If you have thoughts or suggestions about the designs shown in the post or the upcoming challenges, shoot them my way—I'd love to get feedback. The deadline iso these is coming up rather fast, so I suppose I should get to work. Watch for a post here to see what I come up with! Thanks!