Thursday, August 27, 2009

Fabric postcard

I've made some new postcards for Fall. These are the few that I have put in the shop.



I have used natural sunlight, I have created a plain white background and still my pictures are mediocre. You know what they say, practice, practice, practice.

11 comments:

blushing rose said...

Looks good to me ... TTFN ~Marydon

Dotti said...

Those are cute B!

Christine Burgess said...

These are adorable. I used to do "some" quilting so I have admiration for your talents.

Ann said...

Roadtrip made me LOL. Goog job. I found that I have to edit photos no matter what light I shot them in. Don't you have windows photo gallery on your computer?

Ann said...

Make that good job.

urban craft said...

oh, those are super sweet! Very cool work. It's funny, I have just found your blog via another blogger and also recently came across a tutorial for fabric postcards and a fabric postcard swap, wanna join in?

http://whosies.blogspot.com/2009/08/lets-talkfabric-postcard-tutorial.html

Shinade aka Jackie said...

These are very lovely!! What a wonderful idea!!

Psyche Skinner said...

I think bumping up the contrast and saturation can help make pics more like the real thing :)

Joe Cheray said...

The Apple and Basket one would be perfect for a student wanting to give the teacher an apple.

Very nice work, my great grandfather had a talent for quilting I have two of his quilts in my closet. He would do the whole thing himself, eventually he sought help from the ladies at church as his eyes and fingers began to lose their magic.

Bonnie said...

These postcards are gorgeous!

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