Monday, October 30, 2017

Hometown Greetings Lumiere for Free Newsletter Tutorial



























This past week, we were up in northern BC visiting our daughter, her husband and their family - our two grandkids, Kesten and Cedar! It was a lovely visit and came to and end much too quickly. We didn't take many photos, (too busy having fun) but here are a few:





Cedar is planning to go out on Halloween dressed as Merida, from the Disney movie, Brave! Kristen made her whole costume except for the wig and the bow which were ordered. The funny thing is that it's the perfect character for Cedar. She is just as feisty as Merida, but she is full of sweetness as well and we got lots of hugs and snuggles. Kesten is adjusting to full day Kindergarten and didn't like having to be at school while Grandma and Gramps were there. We tried to make up for it after school. His costume for Halloween is a triceratops which, you guessed it, his mom made as well!

However, near the end of the visit, both Gramps and Grandma came down with the same nasty respiratory bug that Kris and her family have been fighting. I'm still quite sick, so blog posts are a bit of a nightmare to do. The weird thing is that this bug has also affected my eyesight, so I struggle to focus clearly on anything which makes stamping, die cutting, photography, editing, and typing a real ordeal. So please cut me some slack if I miss a typo or punctuation mark. I truly cannot see it properly.

I want to share with you a project that will be the free photo tutorial for my November newsletter. It's a Christmas card/lumiere, standard sized, made with the Hometown Greetings Edgelits Dies and the Hearts Come Home stamp set.

Take a closer look:




The two photos show the inside of the card in two lighting conditions: full light and candle light. Of course, I use only battery powered tea lights!!  



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Since I will be giving all the step-by-step instructions complete with photos, a supply list and measurement, I won't include any here (which is great, because I don't have to strain my eyes any longer to finish this post!)

There are two promotions finishing up tomorrow, so just reminding you so you can't get mad at me if you miss out:



Get in touch with me if you need more info on either one.

Annnnd....2 more sleeps until you can order them yourselves:


Hope the rest of your Monday is awesome!!

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