Beautiful! I think I'll take them all, if you don't mind :)
Wow! You are so good with gimp! I wish I had more time to mess around with it. Love,Nana
Don't worry deary, *smiles* I already had your blog on the list for her =)-Libby
That seriously WAS!! funny!
Those are lovely! I really like the green one.
Those are amazing! I am going to have to send one or two of them to my friends.I would love if you stopped by my blog and followed me.Many blessings,Maggiewww.behindtheteenscene.blogspot.com
It's sweet of you to make those and stick them up for us to grab! They're really gorgeous!
Tagged you Lucie! The post goes up the 12th.Nana
Thanks so much for offering to help Lucie! I can see from your stationary that you're just the person to help! I'm just really confused with Gimp. So, I'm shooting ya a few questions.1. Where do you get your brushes?2. I found a site called obsidiandawn.com, I downloaded a few "brush sets" (I guess that's what you call them). How exactly do you use them with Gimp? Like, if I open a picture, how do I apply a brush to it?I guess we'll just take it from there. I really appreciate it. I feel so dumb, but this kind of stuff just realy confuses me!Thanks so much!~Mia
Lucie Manette! I love "A Tale of Two Cities"! Haha, I saw your name, and I just had to comment. The stationary are beautiful by the way.~Kendra
I love your new background and the profile photo is beautiful too! There are a lot of nice pics of Susan for profile pics, aren't there? :)
@Kendra Logan: Thanks so much! I think that I don't need to express my views on it. ;)@Jo: Thanks! I got tired of the blue-ish one. There are a lot of good profile pics of Susan!
Wow, lovely work Lucie!!! :)I'm glad you've got going on GIMP! Ilov Grapic designs.ad if i can us manage to do the blogbackground tut i'm sure you'd make lovely backgrounds. :)
I tagged you!
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year, Lucie!!!!Love, ~Meg
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