Here’s a photo of my painting one of the many paintings available to purchase for The Thanksgiving Art Project! Check out the link here or the one above to learn more about how you can support The Thanksgiving Art Project.
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The Thanksgiving Art Project is a project that I created to raise money for a charity fighting Ebola. Please click on the link in the bar above or the one here to read more. I have over 40 paintings for sale on my Etsy for those of you who’d like to participate. The above painting is one of the pieces for sale.
It’s been awhile since I’ve posted my design work on my blog. Thanks to my adorable 8 month old baby, I don’t actually have much time to work on design anyway. :) But here’s my latest printed design. It is an over-sized postcard for my church to advertise an upcoming event.
Let me know if you’re interested in having me design any printed material for your business. As always, thanks for stopping by my blog.
And yes, that’s me on the postcard (my husband is the pastor of this church).
Last week I promised I’d post a tutorial on how to make a custom watermark for your photos without the need of using expensive photo-editing software like Photoshop or Lightroom, and here it is! Before I had access to Photoshop, I used PicMonkey as my go-to source for all my basic photo-editing needs and to design my old FeetfromShore button and header. I didn’t want to pay someone to make that for me, so I used this online photo editor to make my blog more personal. It’s very intuitive and easy to use – you’ll be a pro in no time! Ok then, let’s get started.
Go to PicMonkey and select “Create a collage” from the main screen.
The Collage editing screen opens up. Remove two cells to have just one single cell. Select the Background option on the bottom left side of the screen and check the “transparent background” option.
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“I’m going to rename my dog “Jupiter” because he’s mostly made of gas.”