Okay, got a freebie for you all. I made this for the shop I was going to do and I hate to see it go to waste. Of course I will probably add this to my mom’s shop at some point in time, but for now it’s a freebie. I thought it turned out cute so I hope you like it. I still like to give you all freebies.
Download alpha freebie link
Here’s the other kit I have finished. I don’t have a sample page made for it yet, but we’re going on vacation soon so I wanted to have this ready to go for when we come back. Whenever I get some new layouts done I’ll be sure to post them. Anyhow, onto the kit
Something Splashy kit comes with 15 papers and 49 elements. Elements in this kit include beads, a beaded necklace, bubbles, cloud, sun, starfish, sanddollar, dragonflies, fish, ribbons, seagull, seashells, waves, splashes, stitching, a frame, word art, and 2 photo masks. (Also only $3.99 for everything)
You can click on the preview to buy it or you can click here to get to it.
Buy Something Splashy Digital Scrapbook Kit (Beach/Pool Digital Scrapbooking kit)
I got 2 of them for you and I’m working on another one.
Here’s the preview for Little Miss Diva. This is a girly girl kind of kit.
Little Miss Diva comes with 20 papers (pin stripes, polka dot, patterned and solid digital scrapbook papers). There are 48 elements included in this kit. Elements included are a string of beads, 2 necklaces, a metal bracelet, a tiara, a high heel shoe, lipstick, clapboard, a polaroid frame, 2 filmstrips, 1 film strip border, 3 felt borders, 3 gems, 7 buttons, a journaling paper, a tinfoil star, a carboard star, 4 gel stars, a spotlight, a lamp, 2 flowers, and coordinating word art. Little Miss Diva also comes with a coordinating alpha. Papers and elements are designed at 300 dpi. (ONLY $3.99 for all of this)
Some pages I made for my girls with this one.
and this one too
You can click on the preview to buy it or you can click here to get to it. – Buy Little Miss Diva – Girls Digital Scrapbook Kit
I made this page for a challenge over at Justmommies digital scrapbook forum. This isn’t using one of my kits, but I like using other people’s stuff too. This was a movie theme challenge. I had fun with this one so figured I’d share it. Glad to be back scrapping again.
Credits: Julie Bullock Playday and something from her Sunshine and Rainbows kit too.
Alpha – ZZ Alpha Ledger from Zig Zag Scrap
I am designing again! Yay! And I’ve found a home. I’m looking for a second shop, but have decided to start designing for my mom’s shop. She’s got a small shop, but I decided I would add my kits to her site. Anyhow to kick off my designing again I am giving out a freebie sampler of my newest kit. This sampler will be available for the rest of May. That should give people plenty of time to download the sampler. I included 5 papers and all elements shown in the sampler.
Summer Garden Sampler Digital Scrapbook Freebie
Here is a preview of the full kit.
Summer Garden kit comes with 13 papers. Elements in this kit include 4 frames, 6 scalloped papers, 3 buttons, tied cord, clothespin, watering can, tomato, carrots, seeds, 3 flowers, 2 leaves, flower swirl, ladybug, bee, worm, gardening tools, flower pot, sun, cloud, and 2 flower pot alphas.
You can purchase the full Summer Garden digital scrapbook kit here or click on the image to go to my shop. Summer Garden kit is on sale for 50% off until May 29.
Oh yes, and I forgot a sample page I made with this kit of my beautiful daughter Megan.
I decided to write up this tutorial after seeing this question asked for the 1000th time and no really easy tutorials on it.
Open your template. For the sake of this tutorial I will assume it is a layered PSD file, but will discuss how to do it without a layered psd file at the end of the tutorial.
Once your template is open you will see all the various layers in your layer palette. We are going to start with one of the elements in our template. In my template I have a star your template may have whatever, but anyhow this is how you do it.
Make sure you selected the star layer in your layer palette and then go to the magic wand tool to select the star.
Then click on the star layer with your magic wand tool to select it.
Leave your star still selected in your template file and then open up the paper you want to use and then choose Edit > Copy to copy it and then go back to your template and choose Edit > Paste as new layer.
You should automatically be on the new layer with your paper and star still selected, but if your not just make sure you select the paper layer in the layer palette. Then all you have to do is go to the top and choose Selections > Inverse and then hit the delete key and voila you have a star with your patterned paper!
You can then just delete the original star from the template since your done with it. Deselect your star and repeat this process with each layer in your template.
NOTE: As I stated above I said I’d mention what you had to do if you didn’t have a layered PSD file for your template. If your template comes in seperate png files you will have to create a new file and Edit > Copy, then Edit > Paste to copy each layer into the new file. You will then have to move the pieces around to get them in the right place and then follow all the rest of the steps for this tutorial.
Busy as usual, but here are a couple pages I have made recently. Maybe I’ll make a freebie again soon. We’ll see.
Julie Billingsley – YesterYear Shabby Boy
Stitching from Kay Miller’s Allorganic
Credits: Chrissy Snow Birds & Butterflies