My digital imaging class has been getting really fun. The last assignment I had for the semester was to make a Christmas card (or a holiday card, actually, but I chose Christmas <g>). I did two of 'em. This one here, the Santa on a flying pig, is a little statue thingie we have at home. It's on my piano. I bought some scrapbook paper and scanned it, then used it as my bottom layer in PhotoShop. Then cut out my Santa from a photograph I took, added a drop shadow and some text. Voila!
This snow globe card is also from my home collection of Christmas decorations. The snow globe is my daughter's. BTW, she brought home a "sand" globe from Texas, since they officially deny getting snow for Christmas. It's hilarious! In the middle of the globe, instead of a snowy village (or a horse as in this photo), there is a scorpion. The sand doesn't float either. You can shake it, like a pepper shaker. It's brilliant! Why didn't I think of it? LOL
Ana lives in a desert in the Big Horn Basin of Wyoming with her husband, a ginger-headed daughter, a son, and stinky dog Ana loves creating stuff and sharing her creations. Alas, she's not so great at writing in third person. Ah, well...