Hello everyone... I have another creation and this one is for "There's Magic In The Air Challenge". This is my last week being the Guest Designer for Nina and the theme is Summer Be Inspired. Kim gave us an inspiration piece shown below. I decided to use acetate for this creation and made a gate card. I used Nina's image called "Shelly garden friends". I used papers from my stash and colored the image using Adobe fireworks CS4. I drew the fence sections, colored them and cut them out. I added a few butterflies using two stamps and white opaque ink. To finish my creation I added a ribbon to one side.
Hello and welcome to my Blog... I am an Internet Technology Professional and an artist. I have many hobbies that include painting, scrapbooking, digital photography, home decorating, cooking and card making. I also love to use Adobe Photoshop and Fireworks to enhance my work.I just started creating my own digital images and I have started this blog to sell my cards that I create using my images along with other artist images. My cards all have their backgrounds in Plaids... I Have created my very own plaid background papers and I hope you like them. Please check out my creations and let me know how I am doing. I love comments, whether they are positive or negative.
The following are photos that I took using my digital camera. I like taking close up shots of flowers and nature. I use Adobe Photoshop CS4 to enhance my photos and change their appearence.
Gerber daisies make a really great subject for digital photography. I planted these in the Spring of 2009.
I love sunflowers and I took this photo about 5 years ago. They bring sunshine to our lives and they are the true meaning of hope...
I took this photo of this beautiful butterfly in the summer of 2009.
I created some magic on this photo that I took of a butterfly. I used Adobe Photoshop CS4 and transformed my color photo in to a black and white photo. I also changed the color of the butterfly by using Layers...
I took this photo after it rained last Fall in New Jersey.
Digital photo of a rose.
I took this photo towards the end of the Summer of 2009.