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April 10th, 2012 by Heather Marie

Free Vintage Blog Buttons

Evening Pixies! I wanted to share the buttons I made tonight using Photoshop and a new selection of brushes I found. They are free to use on your personal blog, and although credit is not necessary, you are always welcome to link back to me *hint hint*. Link back to: http://www.woodlandfairy.com.

To save, click on the button and right click then select “save as” and save to your hard drive. Use your fave photo editing software add text and save.

April 7th, 2012 by Heather Marie

The Cute Little Owl

Tonight’s artistic adventure took me into Photoshop land, where I digitally danced with trees, leaves and then settled on an owl. Now I will share that I’m not a bird person, however the owl fascinates me lately and I think in addition to my collection of Hello Kitty (did I mention I’m a HK addict????) I want to start collecting owls. Check out my design:

Owl Design by Heather

If you enjoy the design, it is available in my store as a shower curtain and a wall poster.

April 6th, 2012 by Heather Marie

A Lonely Tree and Oil

Recently I purchased myself 2 new presents: a graphics tablet and a new 17 inch laptop. It’s a great feeling to sit downstairs, and design while watching TV, something my office lacks. Tonight’s project is a photo I took in Febuary of a treeĀ at Lake Sacajawea, Longview, WA. Using my new “toys” I created an oil painting. If you like my picture you are welcome to purchase it as a skin at my store: Lonely Tree Oil Painting Laptop Skin.

April 26th, 2011 by Heather Marie

Skinning the iPad

Hooray it’s here! The same week I purchased my iPad, I ordered my first Gelaskin, Enamored Owl, from a talented artist in Portland OR, Alberto Cerriteno and have been eagerly awaiting for it to arrive. This has been my first order from Gelaskins, and the skin comes with 3M logos on the back of the paper sheets, so I’m confident it’s sturdy. Only complaint I had was it seemed a bit off size wise even after repositioning, but I always didn’t want to stretch the skin. Now with the skin done, my next techno-project is locating a carrying case to match.