Hi all!! An other week over and almost at the weekend..hurrah!! This week has been so full of things to sort out and I am glad to report my husband is doing well. I am so relieved!!! He really gave me a fright last week, I have only just about got over the shock....I think he got over it faster than me. I always find that if its family or someone close to you that has something bad happen then you get so scared for them. They are so caught up in whats happening and you are just looking on feeling helpless. I think I'm just used to being in control...no not quite a control freak, but getting there!! So, if I can't control a situation then I really feel lost. But for the moment all is well.
Tonight I have some flower swirl doodles for the freebie and you can use them for personal or commercial use.
You can download the Flower Swirl Freebie set here
I have 3 doodle sets going in my shop at Scrappin Digi Kreations over the weekend so watch out for them. Here's is a little peek at one of the sets to give you an idea what there like.
If you want to paint an a solid object that has a transparent background (png file) this is the tip for you. You want to use your brush, but you don't want to get it on to the background. Deleting the messy bits is a pain so how do you do it without getting messy?
The secret is to click the preserve transparency thumb in the layer palette, this means you can paint to your hearts content and the background will stay transparent!!
So here's how to do it.
1. Make sure your layer you are working on is the active layer.
2. Go to the layers palette and click on the preserve transparency thumbnail (look at the top for "Lock" and its the first thumbnail on the right of this) This locks the transparency of the layer. See below.
The Quote Challenge has brought some wonderful layouts to my mail box this week. I love the different styles and clever ideas that people use, it is always a pleasure to see them.Bright, clear and fun, that's the layout from Elisa. It uses white space brilliantly and draws the eye to that great photo! It is understated but extremely effective...fantastic layout Elisa!! Great job!!
This is a cute girlie layout...two cute little ladies taking afternoon tea. Lina has recoloured some items to make for an eye catching and pretty layout. Brilliant job Linda..love it
These three look like eating was fun!! I love the wonderful photos and the fourth frame is a great place for the quote!! The label about Thorr gives it a humorous note and I love the pizza buddies bit too...fabulous idea and a really great layout Leaonna!! Thanks for sharing it!!
Credits: Kit by Leaonna at Scrapoholics, fonts are Antigoni Medium and Ballpark
I am so lucky with my CT girls, they really are a talented lot. Today Kim has a freebie on her blog. She has made a Mini Kit and is sharing it with people who drop by and visit her. So don't miss out!
Drop by Kims Scrappin' and snag it
Well bye from me and have a great weekend!! Take care and enjoy yourselves!!