Thursday, September 23, 2010

Artist at work

Thankful that:

Hansel was not too late for his medical appointment
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Justin, my artistic nephew.

The kit I used is Snickerdoodle Designs' Artist In Me Kit. It's available in her store at DigiScrapStation. The Artist In Me is a kit full of watercolor papers in vibrant green, blue, lilac, and peach tones. Complete with easel and paint brush, you will have no trouble designing your own artistic layouts! Papers were designed at 300 dpi, 12 X 12, and saved in jpeg format. Elements were designed at 300 dpi and saved in png format. This kit contains: 20 papers, 1 alpha, 2 masks, and 98 elements: 1 chair, 2 easels, 2 bead spills, 3 book plates, 1 branch, 3 paint brushes, 2 butterflies, 4 buttons, 4 corner ribbons, 3 straight ribbons, 2 ropes, 2 painted flowers, 2 screwheads, 2 floral branches, 2 staples, 3 string ties, 3 price tags, 5 paper ties, 1 wire hanger, 1 work light, 3 flourishes, 4 frames, 1 framed photo, 4 gems, 2 jeweled circles, 2 journling tags, 2 leaves, 2 masks, 2 ribbon page wraps, 3 paint daubs, 2 paint drips, 6 paint splats, 3 tubes of paint, 1 artists palette, 3 paper flowers, 2 photo turns, 2 picture hooks, 1 raffia bow, and 7 curly ribbons.

Alpha: Snickerdoodle Designs, Artist In Me Kit

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