Even though Picasa is not new to the world, its new to me. When Picnik emailed everyone telling them that they were closing up shop, I was a bit depressed. I grew fond of Picnik and I really like its features. So, I had to move on and dabble in Picasa. Here is my first collage creation. Please enjoy and feel free to add your constructive comments below. Is it too busy? Is it hard to process what these photos are? Does your eye travel around the collage or stay at a fixed point? I’d like to know what you think so I can improve. Overall, I want to make a collage that presents my product professionally and clearly to anyone who is looking at it.
If YOU are a Picasa expert and have some tips to share, I’d love to hear about what you’ve learned in using this free online tool. My first question, “Is there an upgrade option like Picnik where I can pay a fee and get more features?”
Dye2Spin on Etsy: Hand-dyed and Hand-spun Fibers for the Fiber Artist
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From now through February 29th (looks weird doesn’t it?) any item in my Etsy Shop, Dye2Spin, will receive a 20% discount. So, take a look around the shop and over 50 hand-dyed and hand-spun items, pick out your faves with pink or red in them, then check out using Paypal. The moment I see your order, I’ll issue a 20% refund of all the items you purchased that have red or pink. When I think about it, that’s nearly half the items in the shop! OMG!
While you’re at it, you’ll still get free shipping to the US as usual PLUS an entry into the Fiber Indie eXperience February Gift Card drawing. There will be two gift cards given away, one for $50 and one for $30. These gift cards can be used at any of the participating FIX co-op shops. Here’s a link to my blog post with all the FIX members and shops. Happy fiber hunting!
Hand-dyed BFL by Dye2Spin on Etsy