Tuesday, September 14, 2010
We have not lost anything with the move. Everything is packed and nobody should be left behind. If you have not bookmarked the new site, hope on in the last box and let's get going!
Even if you miss this last box, this old site is not going away and I've left directions on how to get you to the new blog. You'll automatically be redirected after a few seconds on the site.
Look forward to seeing you at the new place! We have blogging tutorials, computer and photoshop tips, paper crafting, quilting, phototgraphy, letterboxing, stamp carving and even links to my blog designs.
See you there!
Thursday, September 9, 2010
Tuesday, September 7, 2010
For years now, I've been trying (in vain?) to recreate in paper what I can easily do in digital.. be it cards or scrapbook pages or whatever.
It's just so hard for me to use the paper supplies and when I do, nothing comes out like this. So, I'm jumping back into what I love --- playing on the computer and I thought I'd share some of my quick pages with you guys. I'm positive that others are doing this too and probably already have a name for this kind of thing.
Basically, you bring your paper into your photo editing **software and clip it to the shapes. Then embellish with goodies and text and finally insert your images (also clipped in).
With a quick page file like this, you can have a digi scrapbook page finished in minutes. The sample above was finished in 6 minutes with a free digi kit called Counting Sheep from Carrie Stephens.
This download is available for a limited time... so get it before it's gone!
Get it HERE!
**Your software must handle layers - PS, PSE, Paint.net and GIMP all do this. This file was created in CS5 with maximum backward compatibility.