Yikes! It’s the middle of August, people… how’d that happen? I hope all of you are having a great summer, I know I am.
July was filled with family visits, a birthday party, lake time, and the never-ending yard work.
Through it all, I’ve been trying to keep up with my classes and have been doing pretty good. I’m a little behind in a couple of them, but I’m sure I can catch up.
One of my favourites has been “The Art of Blending” taught by Linda Sattgast, at Digital Scrapper (it’s not open to registration at the moment).
This week we are on lesson 6, where Linda teaches about edges, and masks. I was completely fascinated with this lesson, and used masks in ways I never had before. I had to watch the video about 5 times to get the concept into my head… very good stuff!
I hope you like my onion bouquet… when I asked the farmer if I could have the tops off the onions, he was completely baffled… what would you want those for?
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Barbara Hurst says
HI YOU, I love alium. I am in that class also and I am so far behind I may never catch up. Good thing it is will always be there or that is a bad thing that I will keep putting off. Need to get back into it. Your masked edges look soooo great.
The best part of the onion! Love your perspective and texturing. Perfect edge too. I agree, after watching them I thought, ‘I need to watch this again.’
How pretty…at first glancing, I would not have thought onion tops. :) Nice texturing and frame. I love using the different frames on photos. :) Have a nice week-end.