Wednesday, February 27, 2013

I'm Sorry, I've Been Sick

Well, since early January I have had this rotten, lingering cough--which has really sapped my energy. And I have so much to blog about, too! Which I will get to; I am still editing the pictures.

I did kinda think about the placement of the comma in the title; should I have said "I'm Sorry I've Been Sick?" Both are true. And if you know a good remedy for a lingering and miserable cough, let me know! (Went to the doctors twice, and they couldn't help--either of them....)

What I will eventually get posted are the pictures and thoughts about our 50th anniversary, which we celebrated on the 29th and 30th of December, 2012. I was in the throes of editing the pictures from our fabulous dinner at the HerbFarm Restaurant (thank, you my lovely children) and a party we threw ourselves so we could celebrate with friends and family (thank you again, lovely children, for your hard work getting that going). But for now, I will try to ease the anguish of having to wait by posting a few of the digital art things I have been able to manage between and during coughing fits. (Bless, you, Fisherman's Friend and Ricola!)

This "Art Doll" was made using pages from my Stencil Art Journal and images from some of Beth Rimmer's kits for Digital Scrap.

Another "Art Doll" made from Digital Scrap kits. These include, but are not limited to, kits from Beth Rimmer, Mr Whiskers, Marta Van Eck, and Rucola Designs.

Both Art Doll heads are heavily Photoshopped.

This is an Artist Trading Card I made using kits from Creative Visions at Scrapbookgraphics and Out of the Box Design Studio from Deviant Scrap.

A birthday card I made for my friend Christina. The inside said "You're My Cup of Tea." The elements came from kits from Out of the Box Design Studio and Hidden Vintage Studio over at Deviant Scrap. Hmmmm. Maybe a link to their site would be in order. would you believe it's ?

Another ATC. This was my "New Year's Resolution" card. The images are from Out of the Box Design Studio, and I forget who else, from Deviant Scrap. Maybe Rucola Designs, Holliewood, and Beth Rimmer...Sieve Brain Strikes again!

Yet another ATC. This one uses elements from Out of the Box Design Studio, Beth Rimmer, and Hidden Vintage Studio. Guess where you can find these kits? Oh, you peeked! Yes, it's Deviant Scrap.

Most of the above--and more--are posted on Deviant Art. Here's the link to my gallery page:  Most of my digital art is pretty quirky, so Deviant Art seemed like a good place to put it.

That's all for now! Hope your year is going well!