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Layered frames make it easy to add your photos to your layout
Last week I scanned some of those prints and turned them into transparent overlays that you can use to make your own “mixed media backgrounds”.
Sometimes it’s hard to be optimistic and circumstances can feel overwhelming. The Just for Today Digital Art Journaling and Scrapbooking collection has a variety of papers and elements to create your everyday themed layouts.
Time to Fly – a Digital Art Journaling + Scrapbooking kit
Because, even when things are hard, it’s true that time will heal. You won’t forget, but you’ll heal.
Watch me create a digital art journal page.
Vicki Robinson Designs shows you how to create custom lists of friends and pages within Facebook, so you can quickly the posts you care about
This is a fun, doodly and painty kit that will suit a variety of page-creatiing needs!
A digital scrapbooking and art journaling kit for creating pages about the aging process.
Heartfelt is one of those kits that work for any page where you want to convey what’s in your heart.
Inspired by my own “junk journal” this kit shows that you don’t need anything special to create a journal page. In fact, you don’t even have to “purpose” or “vision” for a journal page.
Express Yourself: Change, a digital art journaling and scrapbooking kit
Summer-ish Take 2″ was created using all my own watercolor textures made during one of my studio sessions.
Vitamin Sea Collection by Vicki Robinson Designs is a fun, whimsical digital scrapbooking collection – full of retro-ish silhouette stamps and ocean dreams!
This kit was inspired by one of my abstract watercolors.
Sometimes it’s hard to see the light at the end of the tunnel. But there is a light and you it may take time, but you’ll get there.
Out of the box thinking was called for on this dreary, rainy, windy weekend, so I decided to start my 2017 art journal.
Are you considering jumping on the planner train? It’s being talked about everywhere! Since I’m a digi girl and keep my schedule, tasks, lists, design ideas, etc. on my believed i-devices, I’m still on the fence … although I did buy an Avery mini-binder to play with … so I’ll see where that takes me.
And so it began …. with a little snow. My unexpected journey began with a very rare occurrence in my little corner of California. December 7, 2009. It had snowed once before since I moved to here – well, technically it had snowed; but for just a few minutes and the few snowflakes that made it to the ground were doomed. However, on December 7 2009, it SNOWED. Big fluffy snowflakes – lots of them. Little did I know that those snowflakes would be the cause of a lifestyle change that led to my unexpected journey.
Creative mojo is a fickle thing. It comes and goes. You never know when it’s going to visit and when it goes it can be gone in a flash. Very rude of mojo to behave that way. At the very least it could give you some warning it’s leaving town, so you don’t get all dressed up and have nowhere to go.
Play Time! Last week I shared my Dollar Store Score video – showing you all the goodies I scooped up at my local dollar store.
Score!! Cleaning up a computer’s hard drive is a real chore – especially for someone like me who has a 3TB hard drive! I have over 50,000 photos and a bazillion other digital images – scans of my art and Photoshop files necessary for my business.
Card-making … have you ever tried it? As I’ve mentioned previously, I discovered my creativity rather late in life. And frankly, it was sometimes an appalling experience.
A handcrafted bookmark is a wonderful way to make a simple, but thoughtful gift. They make great stocking stuffers and perfect last minute tokens of appreciation.
I’ve recently discovered a passion for watercolor paints.They are not the easiest medium to work with because they tend to have a mind of their own (like me) when it comes to how they move on paper. But man oh man, even just trying to get used to them is fun!
“Keep it simple stupid” (“KISS”) is a phrase coined in the 1960’s (I think) to illustrate the principle that most systems work best if they are kept simple rather than made complicated.