How can you win your own Apple Berry digi image? You'll have to hop through and leave comments on EACH blog. [You can find the full list of 10 other blogs at the Digi Bells Design Team blog (here).] Lynda will pick 2 blogs at random and the winners will be picked from those comments. The hoppers will have until Friday, October 4, 2013 at 9 AM to leave comments. The winners will be posted at the Digi Bells' blog on Saturday, October 5, 2013.
Reminder: Buying then sharing digital images is theft. Sharing digital images takes income away from the artist.
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Remember to leave your comment below then move along to your next stop at the wonderfully-talented Lynne's blog (here). For reference, you can find the full list of the blogs to hop at the Digi Bells Design Team blog (here).
I'm entering this card into the following challenges:
Simon Says Stamp! "Anything Goes" (here)
Divas by Design "Monochrome" (here)
Cute Card Thursday "Pretty Ribbons" (here)
Southern Girls "The World in Monochrome" (here)
Creative Craft "Use Ribbon" (here)
Oldie but Goodie "Dies and Punches" (here) - everything is OLD except for the digi image
Crafty Ribbons "Monochrome" (here)
Elphine House Australia "Simply Cute" (here)
Creative Inspirations "Favorite Stamp Brand" (here) - Elisabeth Bell Designs
skin - E000, E01, E11, E93, BV00
hair, pie, basket - E31, E35, E47
apples - YG91, YG95, YG97
leaves - YG11, YG13, YG17
hat, top, knickers, apron, mitts, floor background - E40, E41, E43, 0
ribbons atyou Spica Olive
faux suede scribbled wall background - YG91
On 9/27/13, Elisabeth Bell wrote: "Rooossee, your card is absolutely EXQUISITE!!"
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How to Print Prepare Digital Image for "No Lines" Technique using Photoshop Elements 8
Select File tab; Select Open then select .jpg or .png image
Select Image tab
Slide to Convert Color Profile
Select Convert to (*) Profile
Select Layer tab
Slide to New Adjustment Layer
Mode: Normal Opacity: 50
Adjustments show at right; slide Lightness to far right
Select File tab then Save As: .jpg copy file then print image
Do NOT save changes to your original .png image or you will LOSE your digi investment!!!
Note: You may NOT alter the line work of artist-created digital images. These steps are simply the digital equivalent of stamping a rubberstamp image in gray ink rather than black ink.
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As always, I'm so glad that you stopped by to visit!