The download page for 4shared has become a nightmare, with five – FIVE! – download buttons showing in my browser. So I made a little graphic to make things a bit easier. This may not be the only way that works – if you have success with some other, go right ahead doing what works for you. But this way won’t deliver you an exe file or whisk you off to some ad site.
Directly underneath the name of my kit (on the download page), you’ll see a little message from me. Directly underneath my message, you’ll see the smallest Download button. In the image above I’ve highlighted it and then added a BIG ARROW :-)
Here it is showing the full page. Click on that small Download button in the white box, download away, then pop back here and say Hi! I do love reading all your comments.
I’ve been playing away with the Color Challenge swatch. Digging deep into my stash of Photoshop brushes and actions, I found a foil action – and then used it on the wrong item in my workspace – and this was the result! I included it in the file, just for fun ;-)Although I like these colours and have used some of them in my home decor, I found it more difficult than usual to come up with a digi kit for them. But here we are. The previews are divided to show the lighter elements better, but the download is just one file.
I added two perfect buttons from Deb (Scrappincop) after the previews were done, but look at that horse button! Doesn’t it go beautifully with my dancing horse paper? And the other button mirrors my yellow flower. I couldn’t leave them out. Thanks, Deb.
And then I found a border that I’d worked on for the kit but then forgotten about. This is not in the file at all, but here it is if you’d like to add it. Click on it – it will open full size in a new tab. Then Right Click to save to your computer.
I’ve discovered a brand new Card Sketch Challenge, Fusion
And had a little play…
Papers in the chevrons are from juno Spring Zest
Totally different from my usual style, right?
Not sure I like it, but challenges make you think outside your normal zone.
That – I DO like!
Another Flower Stamp Card, this time in Quarter Letter size for my non-European pals :-)
And here is Kim’s Colour swatch for April, just posted. What things would you like to see in a kit using these colours?
Diane mentioned in one of her comments that the Flower Stamps would make lovely cards. Which started me thinking…and together with this week’s Mojo Monday sketch, this is how your Flower Stamps might look on a card. Thanks for the idea, Diane
The postal cancellation mark is a PS Brush from Deb, the Scrappin Cop, which I believe is still available. Check out her Postcard Backs while you’re there as well.
Other fun things to go with your Flower Stamps are these postal marks from Cathe Holden.
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And so we come to the end of this series. I absolutely love these silk embroidered flowers, don’t you? The stamps are about 5.5 x 6.5 cm in size, and most are just short of 1MB. Included in your folder will be 18 PNGs, each design with and without a dropshadow. In the end I made 9 stamps, because I wanted to do two separate Journal Tags for Tuesday; one for daytime which was Nisan 13, and one for after sunset, which was Nisan 14.
What does “Nisan” mean?
Nisan is the name of the first Jewish lunar month of the sacred calendar, corresponding to part of March and part of April.
Jesus’ death occurred on Passover, Nisan 14. The evening before he died, Jesus ate the Passover meal with his apostles and then instituted a new memorial meal to commemorate his death.
Jehovah’s Witnesses observe the Memorial after sundown on Nisan 14, according to the reckoning of the Jewish calendar that was common in the first century. The Jewish day begins at sundown and extends until the following sundown. So Jesus died on the same Jewish calendar day that he instituted the Memorial.
As I mentioned from the beginning of the series, this is a Special Event download, available only to those who participate. Thank you so much to all of you who have left comments and sent emails. I’ll be in touch over the next few days with your download links.