"My darling girl, when are you going to realize that being normal is not necessarily a virtue?
It rather denotes a lack of courage."

~Practical Magic~

Digital Freebie Update

Just to let you know.
The digital freebies found on the right hand sidebar have been updated and now are ready for downloading.

Saturday, February 16, 2008

Digital Freebie Kit

This week has been all about learning to create digital paper.

Soooo...tada !! ;) (silly,I know) .....here is my first set of Digital Papers.

So many helpful tutorials are available on the web to help you sort thru this process,this is the tutorial I decided to use to help guide me.

I began this paper with a couple of photographs I had taken of my garden,followed the tutorial and this is the end result.

Brads are also created from using the Paper only distorted to look like stone.

I have always admired the works of those who could paint or draw and wished that I had the ability to create what I see on canvas with paint and brushes...but sorry to say I do not have that type of artistic talent.

I have tried and it was brutal to say the least.

What freedom I found,learning how to create digital paper.

By the time I was done with the process,I walked away with the feeling that if I did have that type of hands on artistic abilities,this is what I would have created from my image.

Here is an example lo from "Lily Kit" using also a Doodle Vine frame from my "Doodle Vines Kit" featuring my lovely dil.

Special Credits:

DigiScrapDepot/ WordArt#17 "Freedom"by ALFP

Font:SA Inkspot

I tend to be drawn to deep earth tone colors so these papers may not be suited to every ones taste....but ..if you would like you may find the download link for Lily Kit below.

If you try Lily please stop back and leave a link to your creations..would like to leave a little love :)

And please a small credit to JeanMarie Digitals would be appreciated,Thanks so much.

Download Lily here


Maria said...

Thank you! The DigiFree Digital Scrapbooking freebie search engine is going to list this blog post today.

Carla said...

Jean, you are so talented! Love that you are creating digital elements!