Monday, May 28, 2012
Sunday, May 27, 2012
Even we English speakers sometimes have difficulty with the language. Australians call this a dressmaker's dummy and I am hoping that "dress form" means the same thing!!
The face, coloured and changed, is from E-vint.com. The dress form is by Kubivet (no longer posting her freebies), the white eggs and newsprint frame are from Irene Alexeeva and the hope egg and background by Createwings Designs. The bird is from Jeannette Bollinger.
Wednesday, May 23, 2012
The vintage look was achieved by using two or three filters in a Photoshop Elements plug in which framed the picture in a rounded edge and added textures and shadows to the image.
Monday, May 21, 2012
The most pleasant dreams are those which make us feel as if we are weightless, floating or dancing with feet above the ground.
The ballet dancer is from a collage sheet by E-vint.com. The background is by Lorie Davison with clouds by Irene Alexeeva.
Wednesday, May 16, 2012
I always do what I'm told so in my picture I have included a keyboard, the key to her heart, love is the key, the key of C, a door lock (in flower hat) and curly locks of hair.
The girl is an Ozstuffe Original using lock (hat), blue bow and papers for background and dress by Lorie Davison. The keys and "love" pendant are from Createwings Designs. Music and keyboard Googled. Curly locks an action in one of my software programs.
Monday, May 14, 2012
Wednesday, May 9, 2012
Penelope is an Ozstuffe Originale except for the paper hat and bow (Irene Alexeeva) and the background (Rosey Posey). The only drawback to Penelope's glamorous designs was that she couldn't go out on a rainy day. You've heard of Shabby Chic? This is Ultra-Shabby Chic.
Monday, May 7, 2012
For those who don't know the song check out the lyrics on Google. The couple of swells in the movie were actually tramps (or hoboes) - Fred Astaire and Judy Garland taking the parts.
Wednesday, May 2, 2012
Well, you asked for it, Ann. I have followed your theme to the letter. Hats yes, a crown yes, wings yes and things? Lots and lots of them.
I lost count of all the elements. They come from Irene Alexeeva, Kubivet, Creativewings Designs, Graphics Fairy, Holliewood, Finecrafted designs and Tumblefish. The couple come from E-vint.com. I have coloured and altered them from the original sepia.