Spring Journal Ephemera: Using Digital Freebies and Other Multimedia Supplies

I love to make journals and all sorts of scrapbooking elements to fill my books and folios.  Today I decided to construct some out of various mediums including digital printables, die cut shapes, washi tape, and more.       I began by printing out the Multimedia Crafts Digital FREEBIE kit called, “Fresh Air”.  UsingContinue reading “Spring Journal Ephemera: Using Digital Freebies and Other Multimedia Supplies”

September Hues 3: Shades of Blue

Like the color blue, my grandma symbolized trust, loyalty, wisdom, and faith. She knew how to calm situations. I really do miss her. Her memory lives on with all the great moments that made me smile. If blue is the color all the positive things mentioned, then I feel I have made a great choiceContinue reading “September Hues 3: Shades of Blue”

September Hues -Week 2: Shades of Brown

Similar to week one, I began by opening up a new print, 12″ x 12″ file in Adobe Photoshop CC 2020. Under “Preset Details” I set the resolution to 300 pixels /inch, the “Color Mode” to RGB color 8 bit, “Background Contents” White, and Color Profile to, “Working RGB: sRGB IEC61966-2.1, with a Pixel aspectContinue reading “September Hues -Week 2: Shades of Brown”

Lilac Envelope Template

I want to show you one of my latest templates I created in Photoshop. This is the 6.25” x 6” Lilac Envelope made from the digital template that I have in my Esty shop.  I use templates to make elements that work well with scrapbooks, junk journals, and various other mixed media projects.  This pieceContinue reading “Lilac Envelope Template”

Junk Journal Paper

For all the do-it-yourself (diy) paper crafters out there, which type of papers do you use when making your junk journals?  Do you use mainstream brands such as Graphic 45, Bo Bunny, My Mind’s Eye, and Tim Holtz Paperstash, or do you purchase digital designs from online vendors, such as multimediacraftsdigi.etsy.com?  I like to useContinue reading “Junk Journal Paper”

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