Debut of Watermark

Not sure why I wanted one but was fun to create and figure out a way to attach to photo.

This card is from that heap of stuff that collects on the corner of my work space. Not quite bad enough to toss but not useful on the current project. The plaid is what happened when I was intending to print a color plaid but the printer was set to b&w. The bg is practice of texture paste and other stenciling. To tie the pieces together I added black modeling paste through scroll stencil plus added black and gold splatter to the cs then die cut each with stitching rectangles. Sentiment are Silhouette cut.

Challenges I am entering

Double Trouble: Stitch it Up

Atlantic Hearts Sketch: #393

Adding watermark to my photos: I use Microsoft Photos to edit my pics, it is free and easy to get the simple corrections I am working towards. Once done with corrections I save the photo as a jpeg to my hard drive. To create my watermark, I used my Silhouette to create the words is the font Qwigley, colored them white then copy/pasted the image on the jpeg photo that I opened in the Silhouette. Once the two images were grouped I saved the selected image to my hard drive as a jpeg, all ready to upload to my blog. My plan is to save the watermark image with the Silhouette extension in the file where I keep my imported photos. That way I can open it each time to copy and paste. Maybe not the easiest way but works for me and the price was right.

11 thoughts on “Debut of Watermark”

  1. Bonnie – I love how you pulled together the random items into a beautifully laid out card! Pulling colors from your splatters to carry over into your choice of patterns was really well done! Thank you for sharing your creativity with us at Double Trouble!!! -Donna

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