Archive for September, 2010

Scarecrow Mega Scrapkit

Sunday, September 19th, 2010

Autumn is here, and the scarecrows are out!¬† Here’s a scrapkit containing 83 pieces!¬† The kit is intended for digital scrapbooking.¬† However, the papers are tileable and in a large size — 2000 x 2000 pixels — so that 3D artists can use the papers for texture patterns.

My TOU:¬† This scrapkit was created by me, Dragon’s Breath.¬† You have free use of the kit pieces, just do not claim it as your own.¬† If your group requires a copyright notice (I do not), please write:¬† copyright:¬† Dragon’s Breath.

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There are 17 papers, size 2000 x 2000 split between 2 zip files:

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Fairies!

Sunday, September 12th, 2010

Here are some fairies.¬† TOU:¬† These tubes were created by me, Dragon’s Breath.¬† You have free use of the tube, just do not claim it as your own.¬† If your group requires a copyright notice (I do not), please write:¬† copyright:¬† Dragon’s Breath.

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Dragon Tubes

Sunday, September 12th, 2010

Here come the dragons!¬† TOU:¬† These tubes were created by me, Dragon’s Breath.¬† You have free use of the tube, just do not claim it as your own.¬† If your group requires a copyright notice (I do not), please write:¬† copyright:¬† Dragon’s Breath.

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Glitter Frames

Sunday, September 12th, 2010

Here are some frames created in Paint Shop.  TOU:  Free to Use

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Death by Cherry

Monday, September 6th, 2010

Almost done with the weekly grocery shopping, Pam glanced over at the bakery in Walmart.¬† Tommy’s mother would be coming for dinner tomorrow after church, and she loved sweets.¬†

Should I buy a cake, or make one, she thought.

Mentally, she checked off the ingredients she would need for tomorrow’s dinner.

“Oh, Tommy, did you say whether or not we had a can of chicken broth in the cabinet?”

“No, but I’ll go get some cans.”¬† And he walked off to the soup aisle.

Pam moved over to the cakes to see what was available.  Nothing called out to her, so she decided to just make a dessert.  On her way walking out of the bakery section, she stopped for a bit to watch the cooks decorating a birthday cake.  Some little girl was going to have a very pretty Barbie cake.  That is, if they finished on time.  The manager was hounding the girl to decorate it faster because the customer was supposed to be there in about 15 minutes.

Pam left the bakery and got in line to check out.

Time past, and Pam kept looking back to see if Tommy was coming.  Naturally, he would forget that he had told her to just go in line.  One more look back, and there he was, walking over to her.

“I fell,”¬† he said.

“You fell?”

“Yes, as I came around the fruit counter, I slipped on a cherry, and fell.¬† I had the 2 cans in my hands.¬† I didn’t want to let them go and them get dented, so I couldn’t stop myself from falling and I fell on my keister.”

“Are you hurt?”

“No, not me.”

“You hurt someone?”

“As I fell my hand hit the counter, and I lost my grip on the can.¬† It flew and smashed some birthday cake they were¬† making in the bakery.”

And that is how the Barbie cake died.

*No cakes were harmed in the making of this story.¬† Just my husband’s pride, his keister, and a mashed cherry that the Walmart crew should have cleaned up.