Thursday, 2 July 2009

Desktop background

Hello from Gunn
This week I done some christmas card for a forum I am joining. But ofcourse the pictures are on my other computer.

But I have a minipc from Aspire- got it from my hubby and kids as a christmas present. I call it Gunns small pink toy. And I like to play with photos and so on.
Well, my desktop was kind of boring so I deceided to make my own background.
I used a paper from the e-floral kid from Making handmade cards. That was the only one suited I had on this computer.Then I used a picture I took in a photoclass I was joining this june, I blended it with the floral paper and I deceided to use Holly with her flowers and garden outfit.
I am happy with my new desktop background. It was some minute of fun to make. On my litle minipc I don`t have a big photoshop program or anything like that. I use AcdSee photo editor 2009 and it works fine.

Well, her is my desktop background

This is digistamp and I used Holly precolored, and this is the fun with these stamps. You can print them in black or precolored or you can play on your computer with them.

Wishing you all nice summerdays and lots of fun. Enjoy life- and remember to be in the moment.


June said...

Hiya Lou, now thats really clever, hadnt thought about doing something like that, its a brilliant idea, love it have a good day in the sunshine huggies June x


Hi Gunn
What a fantastic idea - you have created such a beautiful scene for your pc. Great design for a card too??
Thank you for your lovely comment on my Pixie card.
Love, Sylvia xxx

Tracey said...

oh its lovely.
I just wanted to let you know i have finally got my set of pixies.
They are fantastic spent hours colouring them in am now off to make a card.

Have fun
tracey x

Sheila said...

Wow what a fantastic idea Gunn.. your d'girl:).
I love your photo it looks so Tranquil there Gunn.
Sheila xx

Jac said...

Awesome work Gunn, love what you have done. I enjoy digi work but hadnt thought of doing it to make a background, might just have to have a go now. x

bissecat said...

Exellent idea..You have beutiful cards ..Greetings from Finland.

Louly said...

Gunn what a fabulous idea! I must have a go at this.Love the picture you've made!

Karen said...

Ooh, what a super idea. Your background looks fantastic! xx

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