merry christmas this week everyone – I hope you have a little time for YOU!! I feel as though I have cheated – we had our christmas celebrations early, so ‘Christmas’ per se – is done for us! People all around me are still ‘stressin’ & running around & I’m done! It was a dissappointing thought when it was first suggested, but now it’s over, it actually feels good! We had lots of simplicity this year……most of my christmas wrapping was in brown paper with stamping & ribbons. Garnishing with lace & ribbons, using twine, tissue & things on hand to make beautiful gifts. SO – now I have a week to think up fun things for you – 5 DAYS of GIVE-AWAYS for you – my special readers!………..here’s a start!
Today – some free images for you to have fun with – Tomorrow – hmmmmmmmmmm………some supplies I think…………HOW TO GET THEM???? I will leave you with a cryptic clue………you will find it in the book of Luke 17:11-19……….. that’s all I’m sayin’ is all!!! (in the words of one of my fav. Southern Belles) If you work it out – leave me a comment & I will create a random draw from the order they come in.
If you right click any of these you can save the larger size – they are high res. suited for full ATC size background – or to cut or tear as an element in a larger collage. If anyone would like a particular colour in a larger size for something – feel free to email me using the link. This image is a photograph I took myself while travelling & has been altered by me. It is free for you to use personally (in your own work) for anything you like (including published work) BUT is not for re-distribution, re posting (please link back to this post if you’d like to tell someone about them) They are also not for use in royalty free compositions or collage sheets in any form. Thanks for respecting the personal property I am sharing with you.
DON’T forget to check back tomorrow – you’ll be sorry if you don’t!!!
PS you may want to test you printer settings & colour out put to print these out to how you’d like to use them – I have printed them on bristol board with inkjet, on transparancy using laser & photo paper with laser & inkjet – the transparencies came out a bit dark the others were ok though.