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I've created this blog to share my life & love of paper crafts with others. You will read bits and pieces of what goes on in my world and be able to see my paper craft creations! Please leave me a comment if you see something you like. I'd love to hear from you!

Thursday, November 26, 2009

Blog Candy Give Away!

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This blog candy post will remain at the top of my blog until November 26th. Please scroll down to see my most recent post.


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Tis the season for giving so I have some Blog Candy to share with all of you!


How would you like to win this brand new set of acrylic Christmas seal stamps from Autumn Leaves?  Click on this picture to get a close up!  Each of the 6 Christmas Seal stamps measure approx. 2.5" in diameter, and include a Christmas Tree, Stocking, Snowflake, Peace on Earth, Wrapped Present and Happy New Year!


Of course, I'm going to make you work for it a bit!
I've been having trouble getting good pictures of my projects lately. So, I'm asking for your advice...

To be eligible for the blog Candy drawing:
Please leave me a comment on this post and share your tips and tricks on how you get good pictures to post on your blog or online galleries. Your advice can be simple & straight forward or even as detailed as if it was a lesson from the Pros!
Then, please post a link to this giveaway on your blog.

I will draw a winner 11pm Eastern Time on Thursday November 26th, from all of the eligible comments left on this post. This drawing is open to participants all around the world!

Thanks for sharing your photography tips with me!
Good Luck& Happy Holidays!

Smiles,
Jennifer

4 comments:

Beth said...

Wow Jen love those stamps not sure I would be much help because I am always looking for better ways to take photo's of my projects I have found taking them outside in the natural light works the best and I also set my camera for close up.
HTH

Kimmy said...

Hmm. It's been a while but what worked best for me was white paper for a background, then opening the blinds and letting the natural light in. At night I used my craft light with a daylight bulb shining over the card but not pointing directly at it. And of course macro mode. Maybe you should look into building or buying a light box (is that what they are called) to take your pics. I hear there are cheap ones. Good luck! Maybe I'll find a reason to get back into blogging soon:)

Jessica G. said...

The two biggest helps for my photos are natural sunlight (reflected in a makeshift white box of a tri-fold board) and photoediting software!

Cindi said...

I use a box that I have lined with white paper. I try to take my pics in the day by my double windows using the macro setting on my camera.
Sometimes to add interest I use props
like the stickles or markers that I used on the project
:)

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