Welcome Amanda. She created two 12 X 12 digital pages. One for each of her boys using the Birds, Blooms and Bikes Kit. Amanda has a real knack for design great looking pages. Check out what she created...
So cute! Check back on Sunday for a sneak peek of the new kit coming on Tuesday!
Stacy really thought of it all when putting together this kit "Birds, Blooms and Bikes" and I had such a great time using it to put together these layouts. One of the things I enjoy most about working with Stacy's digital kits is that she offers such a great variety and selection that you won't just want to use it for one layout. The layouts shown below are actually my third and fourth using the kit. And because there is such great variety, you won't feel like you are using the same elements over and over again. I especially like this kit, because it's just so beautiful and the colors have so much depth and texture to them. The kit also offers a lot of traditional types of elements: chipboard, embellishments, and rub ons. So what are you waiting for?!? Go check it out now!!!
Hello. I am so happy to welcome Sharmaine to the design team. She is mostly a hybrid and traditional scrapbooker. I loved her style so I had to invite her to be apart of the design team. She created two hybrid layouts. Here is what she did...
Sharmaine said she is having a thing for tricycles right now. She actually went through and found two photos featuring trikes. The first one she found was of her youngest when she was three and the second was of Sharmaine herself when she was also three. She was inspired by the Birds, Blooms and Bikes Digital Kit to scrap both photos.
Sharmaine used Microsoft Office Word to overlay different files. The tricycle rub-on went onto the chipboard tag and the date rub on I added to the blank card element.
On the This Is Me layout, she used the alphabet from Text Me Digital Kit on top of the pink paper. She then added some Dimensional Magic to the title to give the alpha's texture and dimension.
Hello. Deanna has been a designer with me for about a year now. She creates some fabulous digital layouts as well as hybrid designs. Deanna created two 12 x 12 layouts of her adorable son.
Deanna used Birds, Blooms & Bikes Digital Kit. This kit is great for little boys. We are so used to seeing so many girls on layouts with the pinks and purples. This kit is neutral enough for boys or girls.
Deanna had some computer issues last month when I released the Text Me Digital Kit. This is her layout using the kit.
I have been working on many things here, including my next kit. I hope to have a sneak soon... and a give-away too. Check back next week for all the details.
As for now, my latest project is Producer in our church play. This is not your typical church play. The cast includes over 60 people. It is by no means a small production. Sound, lights, live animals, 3-D sets. It is based on Ray Boltz's "Watch the Lamb" video. It is very moving. Check it out.
The treat boxes are made from a tablet with pre-cut boxes that you punch out, fold, add a little glue and voila! -you have a tiny box. To get the printed patterns on the boxes, she fed the sheets through the printer and then punched them out and assembled them. What a great idea!!!
I could not leave you without posting one of her cards too. Many of you know that Patricia makes great hybrid cards. She created this spring time note.
Hello and Happy Easter! I will be highlighting our new and current design team members every Sunday and Wednesday. They are very talented ladies who are creating some great work for the blog to keep your creativity and mojo flowing. First up on this blessed holiday is Joyce McCall. She created a wonderful springtime card using the New Birds, Blooms & Bikes Digital Kit. Here is what she did...
Digital kits aren't just for digital layouts! With a little planning you can save a lot of paper, enjoy the latest digital kits, and create wonderful cards and layouts! In the case of this project, I sketched out my card in order to decide what sizes of patterned paper I needed. Then I created a letter-sized document in PhotoShop Elements and added the pieces I needed from the digital kit. I had to fussy-cut the leaves, but I used my paper trimmer for the other elements.
As a side note, to create the patterned leaves I filled the outline in and used it as a clipping mask for one of the patterned papers. I also added the April Showers/May Flowers stamp and some text to the What I Love About Spring tag before adding it to the letter-sized document.
Once assembled, the final size was 5" x 5". I used green card-stock for the base. I added some light yellow punched scallop border pieces that matched the patterned paper and some flower embellishments. I used foam dots to give the leaves and journal block some dimension on the card.
The best part about digital kits is that you can use them over and over! You can adjust the hue to create more colors of your favorite patterns. They can be re-sized, re-purposed, and re-designed to fit your project needs! Jump in and put digi kits to work for you!