A Bit of a Change...!

You may notice, I've started to replace the small image and watermark with a coloured image as I don't think the watermark was working - too easy to clean off and I think you get a better idea of the image when it's coloured - a bit like the rubber stamps with the image on the wooden handle!
Hope you like this way of displaying my images.

Let me know what you think

E-mail for PayPal payments and all enquiries : eiglas@eiglas.co.uk

Instructions for watermarks

It's in a .png format. Take care not to re-save it as a jpg (very easily done!)as it will no longer be transparent.

Save it to a convenient location, like your desktop or a file in your 'photos' folder.

Take your photo and save it.

Open it in your graphics program..

Open watermark.

Click 'copy' on watermark and MINIMIZE or CLOSE watermark.

Click on photo and 'paste' . You watermark will appear in the centre of your photo (and possibly the wrong size too as I make them big for a good clean resolution when reduced).

Use your 'move' tool to move it to where you want. On my program the same tool can alter size too.

Once happy with the watermark's size/position, 'save' photo with a title and in a place you will find it again.

Saturday, 2 April 2011

Paper Kits

I have most of my digital paperkit samples on now, under the 'Paper Kits' tab but still not put out  buy now buttons - I really must find some time to do that!
In the meantime, please just e-mail me at eiglas@eiglas.co.uk and we can take it from there!

My digistamps are nearly all up ...but then they never will be ALL up because as I'm uploading them, I'm drawing more and as I'm drawing them, I'm getting ideas for the next one! Ad infinitum! LOL!

My 'Roseheart' papers, have proved very popular 'per se' but I still believe them to be too expensive because I'm having them printed at a local printer so cannot hope to compete with commercial manufacturers, who have runs of many thousands, making it sooo much cheaper.

I can have any of my designs made up, but they're all going to be in the region of £1.00 per sheet, so, sadly, I'm not going to market them unless especially asked for them.

I need extra page tabs really but this blog layout doesn't allow more.
Perhaps I'll start a 'Latest Release' page right here!

Keep looking!