Since I first joined a digital image design team (Sugar Creek Hollow) last January, I have come to really enjoy the flexibility of digital images. Initially, I was terrified because I have questionable tech skills and I wasn't sure how I would cope not knowing how use and alter these images. My tech savvy oldest daughter patiently showed my how manipulate these images in Wordperfect. Cool. Later this summer, I will graduate to using a photo altering program that I downloaded for free from the internet and I can't for the life of me remember what it is called! OY!
Some of my favourite digi images are from Mo Manning. That girls has got a gift for capturing life and emotion in her images. I do love whimsy, so I used Baby Fairy Yuriko for this card;
I think I have license to colour her hair blue because she is a sweet, imaginary creature. I used copics and prismacolours on this image for a little more textured depth than I would be able to achieve using copics alone, and better coverage and saturation of colour if I had used prismacolours alone. It's a happy balance!
Enjoy your day and thank-you so much for stopping by today!
stamps; baby fairy Yuriko (mo manning)
paper; coloured cardstock by core'dinations, coconut swirl (bazzill), happy day (sei)
accessories; storybook cricut, flower fantasy cb folder (provocraft), oval nesties, lotus pendant (spellbinders), green crepe ribbon (creative impressions), white ribbon (offray), diamond stickles (ranger), rhinestones (heidi swapp), copic markers