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Raggedee Anne
I am a mother of 4 and mother-in-law of one. I have 3 sons, 1 daughter and one son-in-law. I have been a member of the tagging/scrapping community for quite a few years now. I was known as LadyAnne for quite awhile, then Inzpired Dezignz. Though I had to change my name for circumstances beyond my control. We have 4 fur-babies, my gorgeous Golden Retriever, Maggie, A Siberian Husky named Juneau, A Cavalier King Charles Spaniel named Pippin (yes, from LOTR! He has a lot in common with his namesake!) and Shih Tzu named Duke...I know an 8 pound dog named Duke but he's my sons dog so... I also have one feathered baby, an Albino Love Bird. I love to create things! I am learning Photoshop and have been using Paint Shop Pro since it was version 5 (yeah, I know, back in the stone age! LOL!) Thanks for visiting!
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John 3:16
Monday, February 27, 2012

postheadericon Have you ever contemplated a Brown Paper Bag?


Well, I Have!!
 A few years ago, when I bought a new scanner, like everyone else I scanned everything I could.  One of the things that I scanned was a brown paper bag.  Until I did this I never got a really good look at one before.  There are hundreds of shades of brown in one paper bag!  I was amazed by it.  This kit is a result of that discovery.  There are 81 elements in this kit.  Some are from a paper bag pattern, while others were created using one of the primary colors of the bag and some are made from cardboard.  All elements are saved at 300d dpi.  Elements are in transparent png format and papers are jpg.  Most elements do not have a shadow, but there are a few where shadow was  necessary to produce the depth of field that I would result in the element appearing to be folded.  If you wish these shadows should be removable with your magic wand tool.  Enjoy!

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For my sons: Zachery and Aaron