Thursday, October 10, 2013

Wonderful Wednesdays: Paper Play for October

Okay so just imagine it is still Wednesday.  Unfortunately everything didn't go smoothly and I wasn't able to get the papers or post done in the wee hours of the morning.  I was still working on it at 4:30 am and had to give up because I figured I was still a couple hours away from completion.  The reality was that I was almost four hours away from completion.  However, I am FINALLY done and can only hope that it was worth the wait.

Today I bring you Paper Play for the October kit, Frightfully Delightful.  Hopefully there will be something here that catches your fancy.  There are a total of four different papers.  This week I am also offering you a 6 inch by 6 inch version for anyone who is a card maker.  Now I know that some people are quite capable of resizing the image smaller or cropping it to suit their card making purposes but I figured I'd offer the two different sizes for at least this week.  I would like your feedback though, for anyone who downloads my papers.  Would you like me to continue to offer the six inch versions in future posts or are you comfortable resizing the 12 inch one yourself?  Your feedback will determine what I do in the future.

Okay so how about we get on with the show.  To better view the images, left click on them to bring them up in the lightbox...









So, if they went in properly, the top image of the pair SHOULD be the 3600 x 3600 pixels (i.e. 12 inches) and the bottom should be 1800 x 1800 pixels (i.e. 6 inches).  Just in case there is a boo-boo with the ordering, when you go to save it, the smaller one will have '_6in' at the end of the name.  Credit information for the bat used to create the first paper and the pre-existing image used for part of the bottom creation can be found in the credit note below.

Stay tuned for another Wonderful Wednesday offering real soon as there is still more to come for this month's kit.

Until next time,


Credit Notes For This Creation:© 2013, Lisa L. Décosse.  PUO.  However, you are allowed to use these papers on handmade projects that you intend to sell on a small scale basis provided credit is given.  You also need to include a credit note and a link to this blog should you use any of my images in your creations and post them on your blog.  Please be sure to familiarize yourself with my full terms of use found in the copyright tab at the top of this page.  I have included a quick summary below.   

The bat used to make the first paper is from Antique Images.  Thanks to Carolyn who has awesome terms of use allowing me to use this image in my creations and offer them up to you.  The bottom paper has been created using an image in the public domain available at PublicDomainPictures.net. Here are the photo credits: 
  1. Petr Kratochvil
The font used to make the bottom picture is called Great Vibes.  It is free for commercial use and available by clicking on the name.

If you are not sure how to copy the image, check out the download instructions page. 

Please be sure to read the Angel policy found under the copyright info tab above for the full terms.  Below is a quick summary of those Terms of Use:      

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.

6 comments:

Sandy Sommerfeld said...

Wonderful papers! I like both sizes so I'm not sure which is better. Although I did only use the 12x12 as I can resize to 6x6... LOL

Desire Fourie said...

Lisa we do not celebrate Halloween in South Africa, but I love your designs. especially the colourful chevron and striped papers, which one can use on any other themed creations. Just the bigger version will work for me as I am comfortable resizing it. Thanks so mch for sharing.
Hugs Desíre {Doing Life}

Fit Kitty said...

Wow - these are beautiful! Thank you!

Fit Kitty said...

Hey, Lisa, just wanted to reply to your question - I think one size is okay - thank you for offering both but it seems like extra work for you. I only downloaded one of each, the first one, which happened to be the larger one. Although on second thought, I usually paste it into Word so I probably should have downloaded the smaller version LOL. But that's my problem not yours - I think one size for the paper is fine (for me anyway). Thank you again for this beautiful paper!

Edwina said...

Lisa, I love these papers. My favorites are the Chevron and stripe. Thanks for sharing. Edwina Brown

Vicky F. AKA Crafting Vicky said...

Wow this is really awesome!!! And I'm able to resize... so hopefully others can as well and you don't have to do all that extra work just to bring us goodies!!! ;o) Take care my friend!