Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Spring Garden Goes French Country

Celebrate spring's arrival with frills, lace, French style fabric and a rare antique buckle !

Last time, I used a digital brush in order to create my chosen lacy look. This time, it was a Photoshop pattern, one made by babypink (name is a link) over at Brusheezy. The copyright for the Lace pattern (entitled, "Spetts") is as follows: "This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License. You may redistribute, remix, tweak, and build upon this work even for commercial reasons, as long as you credit this artist by linking back."

Thank you for honoring those terms for both babypink and myself.
Please observe the red letter Guidelines at the base of this post. Thank you.

Other important credits include the trim for the brand new style of belt. The central daisy motif and scalloped trim are both from a pretty and useful digital brush collection that was created by MelsBrushes.

The new button design is a remake of an antique one from a free image that I found. The white silhouette on it was cut quite small, and is very fine in every detail, so of course it simply had to be used for the set! The buckle is actually a very old brooch made of special caned, dual colored striped glass and paste "diamonds." I just love how glitzy it looks, don't you? By all means, let's celebrate spring with a little bit of bling!

I really enjoyed the design process of this set. It seems that for every single design project, I always do learn something more about what digital artwork can do.

I hope that you will enjoy this new set with your~
Happy Creativity!

PPS™ Spring Garden Collection: French 
Countryside in Green

Display Example:

Download Set HERE

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(lower quality than the download)

Download Vertical Lace Background HERE

Display version
(lower quality than the download)

Download Horizontal Lace Background HERE

(Display version
(lower quality than the download)

Please see Credits in the first and third paragraphs above.

You are free to:
use the Photo Corners shown above
in art and crafting projects
that may be either given or sold.
If you sell, please give credit to 
You are not free to:
ever sell items from this set in sets of your own.
Thank you
for helping me to
keep free things free!

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