I have not been fishing for at least thirty years, which is no excuse for making this blunder. Yesterday, someone requested a fishing kit that was not a fly fishing kit, but rather a kit with walleye and bass. Whoa......I really messed this one up. I put a pretty rainbow trout on the background paper. Perhaps, "Its For Me" (the person who left the comment) can at least use the frame, jonsey and fishing pole. I left it in PSD. form just in case. Maybe someone else will want it.
Tuesday, March 24
As you can see, I have decided that I like the free digital concept. If you are searching for something in paticular, leave me a comment and I will try to come up with a freebie that will meet your needs. Or, perhaps you have seen one of my previous kits somewhere and would like to have it offered here for free. Don't hesitate to ask, I will do my best. Thank you and have a wonderful day.
Posted by Suzanne at 8:42 AM
Monday, March 23
Well, I tried to sew some stitches on a paper scrapbook page yesterday and made a miserable mess of it. My tension was wrong and then I got sticky glue on my needle as it went through the paper. Just your basic sewing disaster! And that reminded me of this digital kit that I made last year. It is not strictly a design element, but it does force you to use the templates to create your own matching frames. You will learn something worthwhile, even if it is just that digital stitching is the way to go.
So, help yourself and have a wonderful day.
Thursday, March 19
After two months of not blogging, I can easily be found guilty of neglect. However, there is so much talent out there; I am sure that the death of one little blog would go unnoticed. I took some time out to try the boutique world, but it was just a bit too much for this retired granny. With this economic tsunami becoming a reality, I am more determined to make my site a "take n make" site. It may not be everyday that I will offer you something, but I will try to be pretty consistent. If a tutorial is required, it will be included. If there is something that you would like to know about basic digital creations, ask and I will try to be specific along with samples for you to use. No question is too silly for me since I had to teach myself.
Please remember, that there are plenty of kits out there for free. Summer Driggs has lots of beautiful kits for free, Scrap Girls still has their Refresh kit for free and of course there is the number one talent magnet, DigiFree. I will be offering completed kits, elemental separates, design elements such as overlays, brushes or templates. In other words, this is now my digital flea market. I hope you stop by often and I really want to encourage you to leave some feedback, since that is all that I ask. It is just a matter of courtesy.
My intention is not to entice you to purchase anything, but rather maintain the purpose of stirring up those creative talents within you to establish your own style and construct your own designs.
Today, let's go with some frayed fabric brushes. Very easy to use. Hope you enjoy your new brushes and are inspired to make some of your own.
Posted by Suzanne at 11:49 AM