I used papers from my stash and a stamp of Tilda with a basket. I also used a digital image of some strawberries that I found on the Internet. I colored my images using Adobe Fireworks CS4. I used a layering effect on Tilda and added some little digital strawberries along with her flowers in her basket. I cut out two oval scallops with my nestabilities die. I embossed the white oval paper using one of my Cuttlebug folders and used sandpaper on the edges of the red oval. I used one of my photo corner punches, ribbon, pearls, glitter dots and a sentiment. What do you think?
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.