If you are new to my blog and would like to know how Wonderful Wednesdays got started, please click HERE.
Hello my lovely peeps. I'm running rather late today. Not feeling so hot but completely unrelated to that virus I had been battling almost six weeks or so. I think I have finally got it out of my system. Woo hoo! Over the last couple days, my voice has been squeaking through more and more and yesterday, I'd only lose it, if I tried to string together four or five sentences. So, thanks for all your well wishes and concern.
Now it is time to unveil the latest kit for October. I've had the toughest time figuring out the route for this one but I think I finally settled on...
That way I cover my bases with being able to include a range of ideas that run from sweet to a little bit more scary. Since these kits are designed so that each year you will be able to add to them, they definitely have to be a bit broader in nature.
As always, how about we start off with the name of the month...
I've come a long way from the first time I offered the names of the month in a flat lettering, haven't I? It is fun looking back and seeing my development as a digital creator over the last 10 months. Of course, these images are much smaller here than when you download them. If they are too big you can always make them smaller. Each is published at 300 dpi.
As I mentioned when I started, I am running late, it is now after nine and I have to finish cooking supper so while I don't have time to add the credit notation for fonts and styles, I will add it to this post when I come back on line later tonight. Sorry about the delay. (EDIT: This info has now been added below.)
Credit Notes For This Creation:
Edit: As promised I am back with the additional credit info regarding the fonts and styles...
Click on the font name to take you to a download location. All these fonts have been advertised as being free for commercial use. I have used various layer styles in the design of these word art creations.
The words above were created using layer styles from Shelby Kate Schmitz of graphicssoft.about.com
If you are not sure how to copy the image, check out the download instructions page.
Along with the Credit Note above...
- Do not claim the image as your own.
- Credit 'Decosse's Dynamite Doodles' or 'Lisa L. Décosse' somewhere on your creation.
- Credit and provide a link if you post a creation on your blog using any of my work in your creations.
- Do not share my images with family, friends, etc. Additionally, do not post any images to file sharing services like Box®, 4-Shared®, etc. Instead, please direct people to my blog so they can grab the image for themselves. If you would like to post a watermarked version of the image, please contact me to obtain one.
- If I have signed an image, do not delete my signature.
- Leave a comment on my blog. It is currently the only way for me to know if any of my freebies are being nabbed. Additionally, it will help to inspire me to continue to create and offer future freebies.