Sunday, June 14, 2009

Butterfly Friends

OK, I got a new picture taking studio in a box thingy, that came with it's own portable lights, and while I love the set up, I am NOT liking the yellow-y lights! I just can't win with lighting! I don't know what to do now, I can't change the halogen bulbs! They don't have daylight halogens, or at least not that I can find. Oh the frustration! If anyone knows of a reasonably priced daylight lamp that is bright enough for indoor pictures, please let me know! So if my pictures have been looking a little 'off' lately, that is why, please excuse.
Anyway, here's another of the new Elisabeth Bell images from Sugar Nellie. I used it with the new Cosmo Cricket Girl Friday collection. So purrrdy, isn't it! Lots of scalloped layers on this one, reminds me of a little girls ruffled dress! Ruffles, ribbons, pearly buttons, what's not to love?!
I'm going to be busy working on new Magnolia DT projects this week, I received a large package of goodies yesterday! I'll have pictures of new Magnolia stamps soon!
Enjoy your Sunday!
Supplies: Sugar Nellie stamp, Palette Ink, Cosmo Cricket DP, Bazzil/Papertrey Ink cardstock, Papertrey Ink ribbon/button, Fiskars Apron lace punch, colored pencils, OMS, sewing machine, Stickles

10 comments:

  1. Love this card and the ruffles on the paper are perfect with your very well colored image. I am working with those paper right now. I love them.. happy Sunday, janny

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  2. Love your site...I have a little gift for you at my site.

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  3. again a great card! those papers are yummy and you've coloured her soo nice! love the card! hugs, manuela

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  4. What a great card. I love the colors.

    I read a tip with lighting for those box thingies (LOL). Put a square of pure white and black in the box with the card - so you actually take a photo of the card as well. The camera apparently will adjust the color and just crop that out of the photo. Hope that makes sense.
    mwah
    Trace

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  5. You Might try playing around with the iso settings on your camera. You can get a color shift that can help or a lens filter if they still make such thing. Technique used to work with film, should work with digital.
    Other thing is to color correct in photoshop, the LE version won't break the bank. Tracey's comment is to automatically adjust white balance.

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  6. Beautiful card, I love your layout and the colours you've used.

    I love your blog and think you are a very talented cardmaker. I will certainly be following your blog in future.Sue.x

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  7. Hi
    aahh your card is gorgeous, i love the pretty papersand the border.
    hugs Kaylou xoxo

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  8. Wow...just stumbled onto your blog! Your work is beautiful. You're truly talented.

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  9. i just had to hop over again katarina :) you inspire me so much, so i have an award for you on my blog :) just have a look on my blog and the award is yours ;) hugs, manuela

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  10. Love this card. The image is gorgeous, and love the way you hace used it with the papers! I am feeling very inspired.

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