Wishing you all a very joyous and happy Christmas and I have a little Christmas gift for you all. My usual terms apply, you can use this for your own personal use, but you cannot distribute the file to others. This freebie will remain here for the twelve days of Christmas, after which it will disappear! To grab the printable file, right click (CMD Click on a Mac) and choose ‘save target’ (Save image as on a Mac).
I’ve had some problems with the blog over the last week – well, with the site where it’s hosted actually. Hopefully their technical issues are fixed now.
So I’ve been wanting to shout about this and haven’t been able to – there’s blog candy over on the Elusive Images Design Team blog – yay!!
This elegant lady is part of our new ‘Belles’ collection – three very stylish ladies wearing stunning dresses, plus some gorgeous chandeliers and swirls. Leave a comment over there and you could be in with a chance to win a set. I will announce the winners soon, probably this weekend sometime.
My online class Rubber Stamping: Back to Basics started last week and I’m really enjoying getting to know all my new students. This week I’m covering backgrounds and thought it might be useful to give them a link to my colour theory article that I wrote a back in 2009. Then I thought, I bet I have new blog readers who won’t have seen that first time round, so I thought why not put a link to it here on the new blog for all of you. I’m all in favour of making the world a more colourful place.
So here you go click here to download the Colour Theory document. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to open this document.
I’ve fixed the Frosted Lace download now, that should all be working fine. But that’s not all – I’m feeling generous and slightly Christmassy today, so here’s another download for you – I call this one Moroccan Velvet and I’ve done you two colourways of warm red and zingy green.
The usual rules apply – this image is copyrighted to me, Glenda Waterworth, and you have permission to use this for your own non commercial use. Please don’t pass on the files to anyone else, but feel free to give them the link to come here and get the file for themselves.
If you right click on any of the thumbnails (CTRL click on a Mac) you can save the pdf file. You will need Adobe Reader version 8 or later to print the file.
Sorry to repeat myself, but some people will find their way here in the future without reading the previous post, so it has to be said explicitly each time I do a download.
Have fun with it!