Patricia, the photo you chose seems very mysterious to me. The entire layout is interesting but I particularly like the black element on the left with all the squares and the buttons on it. The brushes on the background are a nice touch.
Kim, love the little doodled pieces you created as accents. That lego set came out beautifully, I don't know if I would have had the patience to put it together. Love the photo of the finished piece with that sweet, smiling face.
thank you Janice and Elaina! The photo is my granddad walking down a street...
The elements are from a kit by Creative Victorian Designs. I couldn't resist buying her whole store when she retired... so many pretty things..
I love how the photos tell the story - great layout and really cute girl. I love that lego kit. I had boys and many many lego sets, but I don't think they would've appreciated if I had bought them that kit.
I'm glad you like it: I like the swirls too: that is why I do it. The little swirly is supposed to be a brush & while I can save it as a brush in PSP, I do not know how to share it as a brush. I knew how long ago: L.O.L. If anyone with PSP (LOL) can tell me how, it would be greatly appreciated.
Cyndi, I think the way to share the brush from PSP would be to 'stamp' it on to a transparent layer and then export it as a .png. It wouldn't be an actual brush per se, but I believe that PS users could convert it to one...or use it as is.
Thanks for the input...keep it coming. I have a color set in mind already for March. I need to make the strip with the hex numbers on it. February is a short month...even in leap year. It gets confusing...of course, I'm easily confused...lol.