digital kit: Eternal Sunshine by Paislee Press.
My last post was about the left side of Week 17. Here is the right side:
Top row – left spot:
Super cool reflection photo on the left!
Top row – right spot:
Pause to send a huge thank you to Elisabeth, my daughter-in-law and the mother of Peter and Evelyn. She couldn’t be better about sending me photos and videos of these two grandkids of mine. All the ones of them on these two pages are from her. Since they live a zillion miles away (at least it seems like it), the photos are a tangible connection with them.
Middle row – first & second spots:
These two spots have nothing to do with each other, but I put them together to shorten this post.
See the lens flare on the photo labeled “SUNSHINE”? This was a naturally occurring lens flare. In the past when this happened on my photos, I thought the photo was worthless. I had no idea lens flares are cool until I noticed several photo-editing apps have a feature specifically for adding a lens flare.
Middle row – third & fourth spots:
These two spots do go together. As I said on the card, the story of the trashed dolls continues. It seems they resurrected from the trash.
Observe the “about us” card. Is that the plainest thing I’ve ever done? I started to punch it up a bit, but then I thought, STOP! In fact, I further heeded my brain to cool it on the overkill when I got to the bottom right photo on this page. You'll notice plainness there, too.
Bottom row – left spot:
Such a beautiful child!
The crossed arrows are from Rhonna Designs, but they're not from the app. Did you know you can buy her designs from her online store? The arrows are in the InstaSNAP set available here. When you buy a set, you get the elements as an .abr brush, as a dingbat font, and as individual pngs. Each format works with Photoshop and Photoshop Elements.
Bottom row – right spot:
Such a big nose on the dog! Wow. I never noticed her bottom teeth are a little funny. We knew a beagle who wore braces, but I don’t think Ellie Mae will need that. However, perhaps she could use caps on those two little teeth . . .. Just kidding, Peter!
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