January 15, 2010

Happy Friday!

"Memories"
(Click on a daisy to see the details!)
&
Your Freebie!
For your artful pleasure!
A PNG File

The past few weeks have been occupied with DJ Pettit's On-Line Photoshop class, and there are a few more weeks of class to go. The altered photo at the beginning of this post is an example of what we've been learning in the workshop.

Some of the exercises were a bit difficult for me, so it was fun to take a break from lessons to go digging around in the archives of the Library of Congress again. This image was extracted from a lovely old photo of a geisha strolling in a park with two children.
The Jpeg File!

I know that you'll find a beautiful new environment for this little sweetheart. Enjoy!

May your weekend be filled with smiles!

23 comments:

Audrey said...

Love the little girl, thanx!

Marilyn Rock said...

Precious little girl! Thank you! xxoo

sharon said...

I adore thelittle girl, and your new endeavors....it's exquisite! Hope you do more!!

sharon said...

BTW, Thnak you for the frrebir Terri, have a great weekend!

Robin said...

Wow thats really nice ..I need to learn some new techniques too...!

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

Simply adorable spread, Terri. You may have struggled, but no one would know from this gorgeous piece you created. Have a wonderful weekend, yourself.

Diane said...

Thank you Terri for sharing this :)

NancyB said...

Whoa! Whatever your doing I am really enjoying it! Now this is a freebie I will definately use! Thank you for all that you do! BTW I am still giggling about your Randsom post! hee hee xoxo

Terri said...

Just Precious...Thank You and I really like what you did in your collage!

*jean* said...

o terri she is wonderful! your digi photo is just beautiful! i've taken a break from djs class...it was a bit overwhelming for me...i hope to get back to it next week...hope you have a great weekend!

Lori Saul said...

This is so beautiful and spring-like Terri- you picked up my spirits this morning!

A Dancing Mango said...

How lovely! Thank you so much,
Hugs, Darlene xo

Diana Evans said...

Hi Terri!!! this piece is lovely and makes me long for spring and summer blooms!!! wonderful work and so nice that you always have some goodies to share with us!!!

Hugs
Diana

whymsicalmusings said...

Terri your digi collage is Fabulous as always:)

I so love the little girl. How sweet of you to always share these pictures. My darn photo editing program doesn't have a way to make transparent backgrounds so I can't save png files. DARN!!!!
Guess I will have to get photo shop:)
XXXOOO
Becky
And I wanted to tell you before I leave how much I appreciate all of your sweet comments they simply make my day!

~*~Patty Szymkowicz said...

Love Love Love what you created Terri! By golly looks like you've got it! Clapping hands for you!
Thank you for sharing the precious image, she's a real doll AND so are you!
Wishing you a sweet and peaceful weekend!
oxo

Amy said...

very cute Terri! I love the flower's above and the little girl. Thanks for the freebie..so sweet of you

sarahtay said...

Wow, thanks for sharing and inspiring, Terri! I'm still an amateur at Photoshop. So yes all these little updates of yours really does excite me all the more. x

Janine said...

What a deamy picture.
The little japonese is lovely.
I love the box with your ransom- alphabet.
Have a great sunday.
Janine

Dezinaworld said...

Thats gorgeous and thanks Terri, hope all is good with you my friend
hugs June xxx

BlueRidgeLady said...

She is so darling Terri!! Thanks for sharing her!!

Diana Evans said...

Hi Terri!!! thank you for popping in!!! so wonderful to hear from you....hope you had a wonderful weekend!!!!

Hugs
Diana

Trudi Sissons said...

Thanks again for your freebie Terri - I don't know 'which' Library of Congress :0) you go to, 'cause I can never find these nifty images.

Bunty said...

This is beautiful. You lucky girl doing the DJ Pettit workshop - I only saw the info about it last week and so was too late to sign up very unfortunately. I am so mad that I missed the chance to learn how to do such things as your daisy collage. I hope she offers the class again.

Well done - it looks fab!

Barbara