I really should just make this Freebie Saturday since I seem to be forgetting to post it on Fridays lately! But I’ve had a cold the last few days and I’m using that as my excuse this week, lol! I mentioned I’d share my sympathy sentiment I made earlier in the week.
And I have a few pretty shells for you:
Finally, an antique Dutch scrimshaw engraving of a whale:
You’re free to use these for anything you like. You may use them on handmade items to sell but you may not sell these digis. If you show your work online, please give me credit. Do not repost these digi files on your blog. I’d love you to share my digis but please do so by sharing a link or directing them back to this blog. Thank you! Enjoy!
Oops! I’ve been so busy making cards for the CPS Anniversary Sketch Challenges, I haven’t had the chance to jump on here for a few days. I missed Freebie Friday but didn’t want you to miss out on new images this week. So, lets kick off ”Freebie Saturday” with a few more hummingbirds:
And now, here are some sentiments I created this week. You might have seen them on some of my cards I posted earlier in the week. The Ape-y Birthday ones go along with the gorilla digi from Create with TLC: http://createwithtlc-createwithtlc.blogspot.com/2011/06/leon-daygame-2.html
You can see my card here: https://cardsbyann.wordpress.com/2012/02/06/monkey-shines/
Next week I’ll share some more sentiments, including the speech bubbles I made for the card in this post: https://cardsbyann.wordpress.com/2012/02/05/oh-girlfriend/
Remember to check back next Friday. Have a happy weekend!!!
Ready for another Freebie Friday? I hope you enjoyed the butterflies and dragonflies from last week. I’d love to see or hear about anything you make with them if you’d like to share!
Please note these images are big and need to be resized for printing. The good news is that you can make them the exact size you need! If you’re new to using digis, here’s a basic tutorial for how to print them in MS Word, MS Works, or Paint: http://www.pinkcatstudio.com/Digital/Tutorials/DigiStamps_TestItOut_Step2.htm I use Paint Shop Pro but you can use any of these programs to resize and print digi images. Picasa is another image editing program that you can use to make, color or change digi stamps. The best part is Picasa is free to download! http://picasa.google.com/
On to the images:
How about a wing? This could look really stunning in a collage or make your own angels!
Now, how about some inspiration? These are little decoupage elements I made with some of these and other digis. I print it 3 times and cut out 2 of the images. On the 3rd image, I cut out just the part I want to stick out more (like a wing for instance). I glitter them up and then stack them with dimensionals.
You could also use these images as the focal on a card- maybe print them a bit larger then cut a nice oval or round frame around them? Anyway, I hope you enjoy these. If you have any questions, leave me a comment! Next Friday I’ll post some more hummingbirds for you!
Well, I mentioned in a previous post that my daughter might just have a surprise for you. Well, the surprise was supposed to be ”Freebie Friday” but we got a little swamped trying to finish challenge cards so we’ll just have to have ”Freebie Saturday” this week. It just doesn’t have the same ring to it now, does it? Oh well! Perhaps you saw the lovely 3-D vintage elements on the cards in my first challenge card post? My daughter finds vintage images in the public domain, cleans them up digitally, prints them, cuts them out, glitters them up, and layers them with dimensionals. She wanted to share the images from her original 3-D elements seen on this week’s cards plus a few extra. She’ll try to offer an image or a few every Friday, if possible!
To save these, right click on the image and choose ‘save’. Resize them to the size you want. Enjoy!