Monday, May 25, 2015

Travels Abroad with Twitter! 

CORRECTION: We will need to re-vamp this design and post it in a corrected and usable form, for Twitter's new ideal is to have everybody's main page look very much the same. As we hadn't been blogging, much less Tweeting, for years and therefore had not heard of this before, I want to apologize on behalf of the Studio for any confusion that may have been caused.
We will test via trial and error means, any and all options with Twitter prior to posting any further items in this category.

For those of you who are about to travel this summer, we thought it might be fun for you if you would be able to Tweet in a themed way about your travels.

In our first Twitter series for quite some time, we've chosen to use that as our theme. Our first destination today will be Ireland, offered here for your use while Tweeting. (Note: None of our work may be sold anywhere for any reason without our express written permission. Just thought it might need saying again.)

Most, if not all, of our work has parts to it that have been offered for free use to anybody, although not for sale. This offering is no different. Credits will be listed with links below.

Choosing just the right background color to surround one's Twitter page can be a tricky problem. Not to worry. We've already figured all of that out for you.

This Twitter background was based in the following RGB color: #196c1B
Anything lighter might look funny.

Please follow the link below, then choose the Download arrow icon.

Enjoy your Tweets and travels with your
Happy Creativity!

Digital Brushes: (SSCeltic Vectors) from
Wikimedia Images:
"Eire" Stamp: Uploaded by: Ww2censor - (scan by Heinz Günter Grünz with permission to use as copyright has expired) to be found HERE
Old Danegeld Coin: Scanned from the german history magazine Der Spiegel Geschichte (6/2010): Die Wikinger - Krieger mit Kultur: Das Leben der Nordmänner. Spiegel-Verlag Rudolf Augstein GmbH & Co. KG, Hamburg 2010, p.71 to be found HERE
Irish 9 Shilling Postal Order: author is Minister for Posts and Telegraphs found HERE
Irish Clover: (this has a Wikimedia GNU License, free but with a few rules to follow--so please scroll down from that image to read the license there) HERE
Harp (altered by us): Image created by en: User:Djegan, based on Image:Ireland coa.png, using the official harp of the Republic of Ireland. HERE
The embossed scene (which we altered), lower left, was in a file of old freebies, the copyrights to which have long ago expired.


Taluula said...

Glad to see you back, Miss Rose.

Plush Possum Studio said...

Hi Taluula!
Thank You! It's good to be back!

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