The stamped image challenge at the Art for the Creative Minds Yahoo group brought us a stamped image of a lady’s head in the mail. I used a handful of stamps to stamp onto card and then cut them out and collaged them into a dress for the head. I then scanned her in so I could print her out at a reduced size. I used Tom Bow markers to colour her after laying down some clear glitter glue. The markers coloured the glitter as well so I had matching glitter on her dress.
I also created a smaller size to put on a 5×5 inch card. This one I chose to leave plain except for a few little stick ons.
After the rain was created for the Junk Box challenge at the Just Art Site. We were given a quantity of papers and elements that didn’t match to use however we wanted. This is the first of two pages I made.
The rain is the second page. For this page I created brushes from the flowers so I could use them in different sizes by simply changing the brush size. The image is one gleaned from an old book that is out of copywrite and found on the Archive site.
People used to ride bicycles everywhere. You could stop and smell the flowers along the way and take in the sights as well, maybe have a picnic basket with you. The slow days of summer were enjoyed then. Now those days just seem to rush into each other without much notice. This kit was done for the colour challenge with ADB Designs at the Digital Scrapbooking Studio site.
The Digital Scrapbooking Studio’s progressive scrap brought us this beautiful kit to work with. The drama the deep colours created reminded me of vintage movie posters. Here are some of my favourite stars from those years when drama was Queen.
Bird plates, I love vintage birds pages…the images are always so colourful. Here are four that again come from an old vintage book out of copywrite. They are 4 inches in length and perfect for your swaps. Personal use on this page as well please, no commercial uses.
These images are free to use for your personal use. If you want to use one for a swap that’s fine too but not for sale. Each image is 4 inches high and big enough to use on most swap pieces. The colours are fantastic but the images themselves are a bit soft which will bring a grungy and worn look to anything you may use them on.