Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Blossom ~ Vintage Background

"There came a time when
the risk to remain tight in the bud
was more painful than the risk
it took to blossom."
 
 ~ Anais Nin ~

  i phone 320x480

  i pad 1024x1024

  1024x768

 1280x800

 1280x1024
   

Here are the free images and resources
used to create this digital artwork:

*Wikimedia Commons*

*The Graphics Fairy*

*Flickr ~ Playingwithbrushes*


Courage is knowing
what not to fear.

~ Plato ~

10 comments:

  1. Love everything you make, thanks, blessings Hilde

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  2. What a beautiful blessing you are! Your creative style is amazing - so very chic & elegant. Thank you so much for sharing your beauty in such a generous way.
    Blessings-
    tabithagrace

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  3. These are simply just so lovely. Thank you so much for making more of these just wonderful. Thank you for sharing your creativity. Have a wonderful day.

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  4. Megan, it's beautiful. Thank you again. I use the 1280x800 size and when I set this one as my laptop wallpaper, there is a little black on the ends. (Left and Right sides) It doesn't fit perfect. I hope it's OK to share that with you. The last one you did fit perfect. I just love that you are making these. Thanks again.

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    1. Thank you for letting me know! I will try and fix it :)

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    2. I double checked... the 1280x800 image offered in this post is the identical size as the last one... I'm not sure why it's showing up differently on your computer. Hmmm... I would try using the "stretch" option to get it to fill out the screen ~ hope this helps :)

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  5. Thank you for these beautiful images!!

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  6. I love this quote. Thank you for making it so beautiful!

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  7. Love coming to your blog, you have such lovely freebies.. Thanks you.

    Silverbutterfly

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  8. Thankyou so much, every thing you so generous share is BEAUTIFUL, and I love them. Dorthe

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