Tuesday, December 16, 2014

How to Make Silhouette Art Invitations and Holiday Cards

How to Make Silhouette Art Invitations and Holiday Cards
These invitations by America's  premier silhouette artist Cindi Harwood Rose's artworks are so cute and creative.  You can also make unique, personal wedding or birthday silhouette invitations, with hand-cut silhouette artworks.
If you do not know of a good silhouette artist, or have not visited Disneyland or Disney World where Cindi Harwood Rose cut silhouettes, you may find her in New York City, Dallas, Houston, Denver, San Antonio, Austin, or
a popular city where she may be booked at your favorite children's store or school fund-raiser.  In fact, Silhouette Artist Cindi Harwood Rose loves traveling for schools and museums and donating a percentage
of sales for them to benefit.  You can save the artwork and use it for your holiday card, birthday card, or wedding invitation.
You can contact her at SilhouettesbyCindi.com to order a hand-cut silhouette, which is done from real silhouette paper, and natural talent.  You can also try to do one yourself, by taking a profile photo, and
using your computer to blacken the insides.  Real silhouette artists, such as John Miers, Augustine Edouart, Cindi Rose and Kara Walker, create the artwork from their own talents, not from photos.  The art predates the camera.  Cindi
Just looks at a subject and in a minute with many snips, she creates a profile that is amazingly accurate, detailed, and life-like.  She is available to perform her entertaining art at events throughout the
United States and Canada.  For more information contact CindiSilhouettes@gmail.com

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