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Friday, 9 April 2010

A little bit of digi

I always get great pleasure from playing with digital stuff... sometimes there is a need not to make more mess than you already have and what better way than to turn on the computer and create something where you don't need to get sticky either.
The wonderful digital kits from Lisa's altered art make this such an exciting and easy way of doing things digi style so if you haven't tried digi crafting before pop over and pick up a kit or two and give it a go... you'll be surprised at how easy it is and also how fulfilling :D
The best thing is that once you have completed your artwork you can print it out to make hybrid stuff with your papers and other touchy feely bits of stash.
Chris xx


Sandy said...

Wow this is fabulous.
Stunning digital art. Perfect.

Have a lovely weekend my friend.

flutterbycrafter said...

I agree with Sandy, this is stunning, love it, will have to give it a try.

Heavens2Betsy said...

I love your Paris creation Chris and admire your digi-abilities! Today I'm having a lesson in Photoshop from my son .... I'm sure I'll know more by the end of the day than I do now! Your work is always stunning x

Shashi Nayagam said...

You are on the roll my friend. Keep it up it is all gorgeous.

Martina said...

What a gorgeous Paris creation, dear Chris! Wonderful!
Wish you a nice weekend!

Chriss Rollins said...


have a ood day

chriss x

Joanna said...

This digi stuff is great - I love it and I didn't expect to as it doesn't involve glue! I'll have a look later at these kits and may well have a go myself (I might just have to glue something on afterwards!).


Anonymous said...

Ohhh fabulous work, love how you did this one.
hugs June xxxx

Anonymous said...

Ohhh ps. PS. you are invited to my new ning group
for freebies and sharing art.

Sally H said...

Love it! I need a lesson with photoshop - may need to ask my daughter!

Susan Hurley-Luke said...

How good this looks! I love how her feet extend beyond the border. XX

Unknown said...

This does look super! I am a didgi vergin apart from printing stuff off the comp to use I haven't photo shop or anything to play with this stuff!

Love Dawn xx

Unknown said...

I love anything French really love this image

love Dawn xx