My Photoshop Elements 8 hasn't been working for over a month now. Somehow, my computer crashes to a blue screen everytime I run it. It's very frustrating. I have to use another computer to be able to edit and put watermark on my photos.
So yesterday, while technical support was fixing my computer via the internet, I was able to make this card:
cardstock/dp: Recollections, leftovers, some packaging
ink: Copic, Tsukineko, Ranger
tools: Spellbinders, edge punch (Martha Stewart, EK Success)
embellishments: K & Co., brads, lace, pearls, leftover gauze
misc.: Smooch Spritz
adhesive: Scotch, Glue Dots, mounting tape
I just finished cataloging my Unity stamps, you see. And during the process, I saved parts of their packaging that I can use for a card. The background and the layered flowers are all from Unity packaging. I also used some leftover packaging from Tim Holtz' embossing folders.
This image from the Retro Mod Clocks set is colored with Copic markers. I've always liked to use E09, E08 and YR23 to achieve this copper/wood look. For the clock face, I used G12, Y21 and YR20. The hanging bars were colored with Y26, Y28 and E18.
To be honest, I wish I just cut the clock with a craft knife, instead of the matching Spellbinders die. But I guess this will pass.
Hey, there is still plenty of time to join the Oozak challenge this month "Fall Theme". You can enter up to three times to be eligible to win these yummy goodies:
Head on to the Oozak Blog to join in the fun... 'Til next blog!