A Bit of a Change...!

You may notice, I've started to replace the small image and watermark with a coloured image as I don't think the watermark was working - too easy to clean off and I think you get a better idea of the image when it's coloured - a bit like the rubber stamps with the image on the wooden handle!
Hope you like this way of displaying my images.

Let me know what you think

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Instructions for watermarks

It's in a .png format. Take care not to re-save it as a jpg (very easily done!)as it will no longer be transparent.

Save it to a convenient location, like your desktop or a file in your 'photos' folder.

Take your photo and save it.

Open it in your graphics program..

Open watermark.

Click 'copy' on watermark and MINIMIZE or CLOSE watermark.

Click on photo and 'paste' . You watermark will appear in the centre of your photo (and possibly the wrong size too as I make them big for a good clean resolution when reduced).

Use your 'move' tool to move it to where you want. On my program the same tool can alter size too.

Once happy with the watermark's size/position, 'save' photo with a title and in a place you will find it again.

Thursday, 29 March 2012

Southern Girl's Sponsorship

Because I don't run any challenges from this site, I didn't think to put a write-up for Southern Girls Sponsorship on here, so here it is!

Eiglas sponsoring Southern Girls Challenge #41

It's all go this year, here at Eiglas! 
Between Carol Smith and Yellow Moon and my new sponsorships with Jo and the team at C.R.A.F.T and this week's sponsorship with Southern Girls Challenge blog, I'm very nearly back with the programme and crafting again! LOL!

I'm so chuffed that these lovely craft challenge teams like my stuff and want to use it I jumped at the chance to share my paperkits and digis with them. 

I also want to share them with you and so am offering a £10.00 gift token to spend at my digi store ;

...so do pop over there and have a look-see what you fancy!  I'd really appreciate any thoughts and comments too - good and bad!

These are two seriously talented teams and I cannot wait to see what they do with my kits and digis.

Like I said, this week, it's my privilege to be working withSouthern Girls and their theme is 'Must Add Sentiment' so please do pop over to their blog and see what lovely creations they have made using some of my paper kits. 

They're a lovely bunch of ladies and have recently had a re-shuffle of their team and are welcoming a few new members, so please try to get onto their individual blogs and comment on their work, the same as they do for yours.

Here is my demo card for the challenge.

The paper is from my Eiglas 'Roseheart' paper kit, one of my favourite collections with very varied designs and a super colour pallette, and the quote is my own too. 
I hope you like it!

Look forward to seeing all your entries!