Showing posts with label Photoshop Art. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Photoshop Art. Show all posts

Birthday Party Invitations - Photoshop Art
















Hello lovely people, 


Today I am going to share Birthday Party invites which I created in Photo shop for my little one in past two years. I love making unique colourful invites for every occasion as its a good excuse to refresh my photo shop skills.

I love using photo shop to create unique designs as its so easy to use and also the end result can be shared through various mediums.



I printed the above card on sparkly pastel pink card sheet and cut the edges with quirky scissors. Posted these unique invites by mail to all our guests. It was nice surprise for the guests as every one's use to receiving invites online :D 

Also I used all her favourite animals and made it bright and colourful.

Now you can order this product from our shop. My first handmade product is showcased on our website :)



For the above card I used her favourite colours and some expressive photo to convey my message. Being toddler she's obsessed with her own photos and have very particular liking towards colours. I used some bold colours and the circles to match it with the party theme. 

This time I sent the invite through email just to surprise people. 

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Happy crafting! 

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Photoshop Art -1

First time this year I got an opportunity to put my Photoshop skills to support theatre group at Melbourne….Thanks to Mandar Vaidya..who gave me the opportunity to be part of the play by using my skills…

 Marathi Mandal Victoria this year presented a Marathi play “Suryachi Pilley” for which I created the poster of this Old Man… The play required photo of an old man who has some resemblance to one of the actor in the play… so I transformed one of the actor’s photo (below) to look like old man….

 




The play also required photo of an old traditional Maharastrian Lady. After frustating efforts of searching for a decent size photo on all search engines, we decided to take some help from Photoshop!Borrowed this picture from some free website…and transformed her in to an old lady! (Sinister thing to do to a bridal photo :) )
 





  Let me know if you have any suggestions or improvements for me … 

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