That has always been an interesting term to me...she is rough around the edges! I wonder, does that mean that with a little smoothing, all will be well. How long does that smoothing process take place? Is smoothing even necessary or is it okay to be rough sometimes? Having a harder edge can serve you well if you use it at the right time or place.
In actuality, the edges I am really talking about involve photographs. I am referring to cutting all around the edges of the people or even the things in your pictures. I think it might be called cutting the silhouette. LOL...I don't think I know because I don't really do it! That changed...
Webster's Pages has a guest designer each month and the DT lifts that person's month. This month we are featuring the unique and very creative works of Brit. This girl is good...like good in a gifted way good. But her style and my style...not a thing alike! I guess that is why these things are called challenges!
I did my best to make silhouettes and decided to just jump in and go for it! I have to say that I do like the whimsy of it! But it did not come easily. Here is my best effort!
Yes, I made my daughter a cake topper! She is as sweet as the goodies at a dessert table...when she is not being saucy! I used the new Let's Celebrate line for this layout!
What do you think? I am probably still rough around the edges, huh?