Above this the before picture of my granddaughters showing me the back of their Easter dresses. Below are a couple of changes: cropped, tilted, and color change. I only have Adobe Photoshop CS2, but I love the program.
I think I'll frame the sepia one. They look like they are praying. What do you think?
Thursday, June 24, 2010
Saturday, June 19, 2010
With the help of a Cuttlebug embossing folder, this card went together fast. I printed the check pattern on the bottom section of a quarter card size area; attached the ribbon, pearls and saying. The inside is blank but has a blue and white layer of 24 lb paper to set off the writing area.
This card was for Suntalee's very special day of going to the temple. She looked so beautiful and happy.
Thursday, June 10, 2010
This thank you card was easier than I thought to put together. I used a 6"x 12" sheet folded on the 2", 4", 8", & 10". From the edges it is cut 1 1/2" between the 2" and 10" fold. Graphics used for this card are by Teresa Kogut when she was designing for pccrafter.com. Her sets have been discontinued. Cardstock is from DCWV paper.
The edges of the base is chalked on all folds to give it an aged feeling. Letter rub-on transfers for a chalkboard look. I also put more transfers on the corner of the envelope.