Tags: kelliekoo, serendipity, fairies
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I hope it's ok to post this here since i started in photoshop elements to make this. but i finished in memory mixer because it is much easier for me to navigate. (i guess it's sort of a "hybrid" :) so it's a testimony to how quick and fun this program really is! i used sherrie drummond's freebie kit from little dreamer's apprentice gallery. and the background and scalloped mat is from michelle coleman's serendipity. the font is romanesque for the journalling and first order for the title. Here is the jounalling: I finally did it! I was able to put wings on one of my girls! I have wanted to do this since I started digital scrapping. Maybe it's no big deal to most seasoned scrappers, but today is a special day for me! The extraction is still a bit amateur but it's a start! Photohop is still making me crazy, so I figured out "save as a png," in order to cut out the kids in Elements and finish my page in Memory Mixer. This simplifies things a lot, so I won't want to pull my hair out by the end of the layout! Anna is pretty excited too. I feel like she's got wings anyway. Every time I look at her and Avi I see them as beautiful little fairies or butterflies that flutter through life, with everything around them all sparkly and magic. They really do inspire me to live free and see the everyday as magical.
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|audosborne, at 10:05PM on Sunday April 06, 2008|
This is sooo good. I really really love your work and I'm loving that kit. You did a good job with the wings:) and what a great sentiment.
|audosborne, at 05:02PM on Wednesday April 09, 2008|
I just noticed that you asked a question about a LO I did of my granson at the Fire Station. The fire and the truck were part of the the kit which is called No Ordinary Hero by Kelly Sauvage. It was available at KB and Friends Digital Scrapbooking. Thanks for looking. I checked it out and the kit is now available at digitalresouceheaven.com.
|Jesse77, at 01:30PM on Wednesday April 16, 2008|
This is really cool, great job. :)