So after this challenge, I will make lists for..
- lists of photo book to make for 2012 and 2013
- everyday blessing
- wish lists for October
- achievement so far
- get back to work checklists
- things to look forward in October
I would love to read your lists
I was spending a few hours yesterday, doing some ‘window shopping’ on the net and I put a few kits into my wish lists. At the end I decided to buy two of the kits from Scraporchard. Since I haven’t make any digital layouts in a while , I decided to make two layouts for each kit I bought.
I like to challenge myself just to see if I can.
At the end of the day, I’ve managed to make four layouts. All photos are from my family white studio photo session.
Art and Soul Bundle by Tracie Stroud Designs Art and Soul Bundle by Tracie Stroud Designs
-------------------------------------------------------------------My Project in Review Kit by Captivated VisionsMy Project in Review Kit by Captivated Visions
** all of these layouts were inspired from Creating Keepsake magazine top ten edition 2006. I really love browsing my old collection of magazines and look at the layouts for inspiration.
I’ve missed scrapbooking and I missed shopping for scrapbooking supply. So this weekend I plan to do some shopping and scrapbooking. I love to shop at Scrapbookgraphics, Scraporchard, Sweet Shoppe Designs and the Lilypad. These are usually the four stores I went on a weekly basis to check out new kits and to be inspire.
Here are a few kits that immediately went into my wish lists.
#1. Splatter Graffiti [Borders] Autumn's Poetry By Tangie
#2. Kiss Kiss by Studio Flergs
#3. This day bundle by Studio Blagovesta
#4. KGU On Campus – the Economy Pack by Studio Berna
#5. Wiser not Older Kit by Captivated Vision
#1. Art and Soul Bundle by Tracie Stroud Designs
#2. My Project in Review by Captivated Visions
#3. Mother Lover by Laura Banasiak and Jenn Barrette
#4. Let today be enough by Captivated Vision
#5. Free Falling by Bella Gypsy Designs
#1. All About Attitude by Megan Mullens
#2. Smart Alec by sweet shoppe desgins designers
#3. Document 2013 by Mari Koegelenberg and Studio Basic Designs
#4. Fabulously Funky by Shawna Clingerman and Erica Zane
#5. Winds of change by Traci Reed and Zoe Pearn
#1. Twenty four seven by Little Butterfly Wings
#2. Adventures of my girl by Emillie Meritte
#3. Sketchy Skool by CD Muckosky
#4. I kraft, you kraft by Little Butterfly Wings and Studio Basic Designs
#5. Together Forever by Little Butterfly Wings and Boutique Cute Doll
Have a happy and creative weekend and happy shopping!
Do you have any favorite store that you to regularly?
Do you buy anything online this week?
Last week I made a Project Life page where I include one photo into more than one rectangle. You asked me how I do it and today I would love to share this simple technique using clipping mask tool in Adobe Photosop. It is a very useful tool especially when you play with templates.
Today I will share with you how I made the above effect.
#1. Have a template with ready with six squares of rectangles all line up the way you want to photo to look like. I have a freebie that you can play with.
#2. Open an image that you want to work with
#3. Drag the image at the top layer of your template and resize the image to your liking.
#4. Then copy the image six times and drag each images on top of the squares or rectangles.
#5. When you have all the images at the right place, click on each image, right click and choose Create Clipping Mask. Repeat until you get an image that looks like below.
I know it’s cool right! I love playing with Adobe Photoshop tools , so many creative ways to do things and make something pretty.
Give this a try and share with me what you make with Clipping Mask Tool.
Some random things about him
Watch him grow monthly
Date: September 14 – September 20, 2012
You are getting bigger each day. Twenty weeks ago, you were a new born and now you can roll over, have likes and dislikes , response to my voice and really play well with others. I love you dearly. I can’t imagine my life without you.
Did you know that you can make an art journal digitally using your ipad? With the right Notes application, anything is possible.
I am guest posting at Campfire Chic on how to make an art journal using your ipad.
Give this a try if you have an ipad and loves to doodles or cut and paste stuffs.
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