Monday, 27 December 2021

My Vector Art - SLJ

Today, I've used Google Drawing once again to create my Vector Art. I chose the shape of a star because, in the night, a shining star rose in the east, guiding the three wise men to where the new messiah would be born. I added in my foreign language in saying 'Merry Christmas' because I am proud of my native language and I'd love to share it with everyone.


  1. Kia ora Tyrah! Merry Christmas to you and your family. I hope that you have had a great time of celebration and fun. I really like your new vector art design and the significance of the star. It is a great time to celebrate the birth of Jesus and to remember all the good in the world.

    I also noticed that you included a picture of a very cute dog for your background. Is that because you like dogs or is this a photo of your own dog? Perhaps you got a puppy for Christmas? That would be awesome!

    Your heritage and your language is important to celebrate, as you say, and I like that you have reminded us of this! Manuia le Kerisimasi to you.

    I look forward to your reply and to following your blog on the rest of your Summer Learning Journey. Nga mihi nui, Naomi (Manaiakalani Facilitator)

  2. Thanks Tyrah for sharing! Your art has many layers of meaning for you and your description creates clarity for your audience to understand more about you as person of Faith not only to God but also your culture. I hope you are having a wonderful time with family and friends!!

  3. Kia ora Tyrah,

    Great job completing a vector art Christmas decoration. You gave a great description of all the details in your decoration.

    I like how you’ve made it personal to you, incorporating your faith and culture. That's very special!

    Even Christmas has already been, Manuia le kerisimasi to you and you whanau. I hope you had a nice day and enjoyed spending time with your family.

    I’m looking forward to seeing your next creative and fun blog posts.

    Ngā mihi,

  4. Kia Ora Tyrah
    Great Job. Keep up the work Anyway stay safe and Many Blessings to your whanau.

    Ka kite ano