Mes amies, here are the final entries in the Kissed Again! contest.
Please come back next week and help me select the winners.
I need your votes!
Three winners in two different categories
will be selected and prizes awarded.
A private world unfolds in this multiple-layer, 3-D paper project created
by Debbie van Waardenburg of The Netherlands.
What's behind the door?
Two views to show the many layers.
Debbie talks more about how she created this on her blog Daqadoodles here.
For Cynthia Robinson's entry, she took this FrenchKissed group portrait and ...
digitally altered it. On her blog, My Junk Inspired Life,
she explains the altering process and the reasons behind her choices.
(Cynthia, who hails from Lousianna, also offers free digital scans; so do give her a visit!)
A greeting card created by Wendee Deal of Iowa
Wendee says, "I made 4 copies of the postcard. Then I adhered one copy
to plain paper, greeting card size. With the other copies,
I cut out parts of the woman and layered them onto her, with pop dots,
as you can see from the side view photo. I added a Martha Stewart
punched border to the bottom of the card."
"Hats are like life ...
They should be
Big, Bold, Colorful
and worn with flair!"
A wall hanging by Marj Meikrantz of Idaho.
"My idea of housework
is to sweep the room
with a glance."
A detail of one of the many embellishments on it!
Do click on the photos so you can see them up close and big,
to check out all the richness in the details!
Wendee, Debbie, Cynthia and Marj!
Anyone else salivating over that delicious typewriter font
Linda Nelligan used with the "Eat Cake" ATC posted on Wednesday?
Well, drool no longer. Linda revealed that it is called "Problem Secretary" font
and you can download it for free from here.
Have a great weekend.
We're hearing rumors of temps as high as 78 degrees.
That is like summer for us.
Rain or shine, may you recuperate and rejuvenate!