Sunday, December 27, 2009
Though I am not a fan of winter at all...I still wanted my blog to reflect the new season! I hope you like the new design and come back often to see the new digital layouts I have planned! For custom scrapbook information please click the contact me link in my profile!
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Friday, December 18, 2009
I have designed some holiday gift tags and am offering the download for sale. All of these tags created are meant to be downloaded, then you add your own photo to each tag (my photo won't be in your download of course, and tags #3 and #4 are photo free tags) and then save your image as a JPEG and upload it to any photo website and have them be printed out on a 5 X 7 photo. Then you simply cut them out and attach to your gifts! Quick, cute and unique! Pictures start at number #1 and move down to #5 for ordering purposes. Cost listed is price for you to add your own photos and print out as many times as you would like. If you would like me to add your photo to the tags and print them there is an additional $5.00 fee. File will be sent within 24 hours of paypal payment received. Enjoy!#1
Monday, December 14, 2009
Once I got the hang of this digital scrapping I went a little nuts designing 5 X 7 photo cards for Christmas! I designed 17 different ones! I am sure you have your holiday cards finished and mailed out already, but for next year consider ordering them from me! I am sure I will have many more designs by then ( I am hoping another 50 by next year! and possibly my own store front!) My cost is a $5.00 design fee, you send me your photo(s) and what you want the card to say and I will crop and fit and design the card. Then cost is .50 per card you want printed once you approve your design! Come back next year to get your cards! Oh and if you have a moment please tell me which one you like the most so I know what to focus on creating this coming year!
Here are some digital Christmas cards I designed this year. I created them as a 4 X 6 photo and just designed 4 X 5.25. I then had them printed out at Sams club, cut off teh extra strip and mounted to a card! Quick and easy "handmade" cards! Hey I did design them, so what if I didn't hand cute every piece and stamp and tape together hundreds...it's still handmade if you ask me...just more efficiant when you have to make a bunch! Ok so this one isn't a Christmas card, but it was a gift I made for Christmas! I gave a set of cards to my son's music teacher, also made some for my sister (cause she is a music teacher) and I made some for myself (cause I teach music too!)