Card 5. Sticking with the “camera” theme. A herculean effort this summer to sell all my silversmithing supplies and tools so I could purchase this camera and lens adapters (the lenses I want are as much as the body or more, like I say, it’s a pipe dream for those). I’m calling that the “pregnancy” for the “birth” (purchase) of my new camera.
Sue, those tags are fabulous, I would never have thought to use them in that way. I had a few of the punches but never really used them, except once this summer. I am glad we used them in the workshop. I also want them all. Hoping for a Black Friday Sale! (hint hint).
Carole, I have a question. I used the “blinds” texture on the white strip and ended up lowering the opacity because when I left it the way I liked it, the letters floated on the top and didnt sink into the blind contours. It was a PNG transparent file that I did the 45 degree angle like in the last card. Is there a way to make the word look like it was printed on the blinds texture.
I loved learning about the grouping. That’s a big time saver. Suzy, your post on what you’ve learned was so good to read. So smart to jot things down right away. I always think I’ll do it later then I dont and I scramble to find where the instructions for a technique is.