I began our free photo Gallery to encourage creativity and appreciation for botanical arts and crafts. As an altered book and scrapbooking enthusiast, I want this to be more than just a photo gallery. I’ve created graphics albums with garden themes filled with all kinds of vintage images to help MoPlants fans put it all together.
Palm Springs, Calif. (PRWEB) October 16, 2006
MoPlants.com is the destination web site for Mo Gilmer, gardening authority, hobbyist and host of DIY Network’s Weekend Gardening show. Mo now offers a sampling of her gorgeous plant and flower photography on her web site for visitors to download and use free of charge at http://www.moplants.com..
“I began our free photo Gallery to encourage creativity and appreciation for botanical arts and crafts. As an altered book and scrapbooking enthusiast, I want this to be more than just a photo gallery. I’ve created graphics albums with garden themes filled with all kinds of vintage images to help MoPlants fans put it all together.”
The Gallery launches with a Country Garden album and a Woodland Walk collection. One or all of the free images can be saved, resized and printed for digital craft projects. There is also a collection of free color botanical illustrations, an album of black and white vintage line art and jpegs of evocative quotations to provide scaleable greetings for card-making, scrapbooking, calendars or any other paper-based digital craft project.
“To augment our free Online Botanical Illustrations eBook, I created a new section for the site: Digital Crafts Central. It features my personal collection of links to the best archives of botanical illustrations on the Internet. Nobody has ever tried to evaluate and present all of these fabulous botanical graphics sites, but now you can explore my favorite picks all in one place – Botanical Illustration Archive Linksat http://www.MoPlants.com”
“I’m combining my garden expertise with a love of art to make MoPlants.com the top destination for botanical illustrations and related digital crafts on the Internet. My goal is for MoPlants.com to become an online environment where my visitors read about down-to-earth ideas that will inspire them to create, design and grow in their home and garden. I want them to explore using the beauty of nature and flowers for their personal and unique digital crafts.”
MoPlants.com is the official Web site for gardening authority Mo Gilmer.
Mo is host and project designer for DIY Network’s Weekend Gardening show, author of 15 gardening books, author of Yardsmart, a column syndicated weekly by Scripps Howard News Service, publisher of the MoZone blog and the Mo’s Garden Guide eBook series.
For more information, please contact Debbie Parisi at (916) 630-9139, or visit http://www.MoPlants.com.
Note to editor: Mo is available for interview: live, taped, and print.