• Love Letters Tag Extras ©Sue Miller suemillerart.com DAH-770
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    Love Letters Tag Extras

    These Love Letters Tag Extras feature the artwork of Sue Miller. I purchased the license to use this through Digital Art Heaven and created the tag through a tutorial challenge assigned by DAH. The tutorial is Rhonda’s Love in Letters and uses a scrap kit from Bits N Bobs. I have kind of gotten out of the habit of celebrating Valentine’s Day since the divorce. I tried in the beginning when the children were still young, but kind of lost interest. Doing these types of tags reminds me that Valentine’s Day is about love in general… of course the focus is on romantic love, but you can choose for it…

  • XnOHearts Tag Extra
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    XnOHearts Tag Extras

    Sue Miller’s art was the perfect fit for these XnOHearts Tag Extras. I purchased a license to use this art at Digital Art Heaven. Based on a Rhonda’s Rockin’ Designz tutorial assigned by the email group DAH, I used the recommended free Tagger Kit from Kathy’s PSP Designs. The title is a mix from the kit and the name of the artwork which is HandingOutHearts. Hopefully my assembly did justice to the artists involved. Please feel free to save these tag extras to your hard drive. If you would like to share with friends, I’d be very grateful if you gave them the link back to this blog. I know…

  • ©Sandi Baker Artist sandibakerartist.com Licensed from DAH Wild & Free Tag Extra assembled by Daydreamlane: Daydreamlane
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    Wild & Free Tag Extras

    I need to learn to post things as soon as I make them such as these Wild & Free Tag Extras. They were part of a DAH challenge that I didn’t get quite right, but it came out good enough to share. The horse artwork is done by the amazing Sandi Baker who can be found HERE. I purchased a license to use this piece through Digital Art Heaven. It is the first of this type of tag that I made since coming back to the digital art community. The tutorial I used was the Hermione Tag from EMsPortal. When I was a young teenager (12 or so), I used…