Monday, November 9, 2009

Digital Cards

I am over my limit on this blog so I will be continuing this on to my crafting blog. It is at

Check out my tutorials and also my latest venture in the digital world. I am starting to do digital cards, announcements, etc. See what I have done so far.

Monday, September 28, 2009

The Winning Picture

I know it's been about 4 months but they have been busy. Wow. Anyways, remember when I entered this photo contest hosted by Gotta Pixel? Well, I won!!! This is the winning picture. I do have to say that it turned out pretty cool.
What I won was a free course called Beginning Photo Editing. It is done by Lynn Weber on the Debbie Hodge website. Check it out. They have some neat classes you can take.

Friday, May 8, 2009

Another Picture (or three)

Alright I think I'm becoming obsessed with this feature. I'm just playing with it and seeing how good I can do it.

When I did this picture I had to name it Sing Sweet Nightingale (Cinderella movie.) She is actually singing this song as she is doing this. I love kids and their roll playing. Grandma was standing over her and blowing bubbles around her.
This is my homage to Twilight! For some reason people think the first one looks like a Twilight cover. The second one reminds me of it too. White skin and the color of the flowers too (in some way.) Anyways, there you have it.

Wednesday, May 6, 2009

More Selective Color Photos

Two more photos. Can you tell I'm having fun?

Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Two More Selective Color Pictures

This picture was selected as Photo of the Day today! I got the daily email and saw it in the email. Woo hoo! I thought it turned out pretty cool.

Monday, May 4, 2009

Lynn Weber Selective Color Event

I entered my photo in the Lynn Weber Selective Color Event at Gotta Pixel. I will probably do more but this was my first attempt.

Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Weekly Challenge #4 - Final

Here is my final product for the challenge at Scrap Orchard and Gotta Pixel. We had to add a title with two different word styles and then journal a minimum of four lines.