Friday, February 27, 2009
Wednesday, February 25, 2009
I could wait no longer guys! LOL
I'm proud to be a guest designer at Scrapbookgraphics for March!
YAY! So happy to be guesting at this awesome store!
And I've just released a new exclusive kit there:
Monday, February 23, 2009
Thursday, February 19, 2009
And now... I think the most exciting part! :)
I've created a little freebie quickpage for you that is NOT in the album :) Hope you like it!
Okay sweeties - off to design - and I have to design LOTS - because that great little secret is going to be outstanding! :)
Hugs & God bless,
Thursday, February 12, 2009
Btw - you have a chance to win this kit for FREE!!!! I'm offering a RAK to the three lucky random winners at DST: http://www.digishoptalk.com/boards/showthread.php?t=175327
Maybe you're amongst the lucky ones? :)
Now... Remember I was talking about digital paintings? I have a couple done and theay are released!!! Yay! I'm offering these both in Commercial and Personal use versions - check out my store for details! :)
So... all these goodies are on sale btw - so don't forget!!! :)
Sunday, February 8, 2009
Wednesday, February 4, 2009
Have you heard the news? I'm SUPER excited!!!
I've created an exclusive kit for the Scrappers' Guide Premier called "Rule My World" and it is featured in the month of February. YAY!
Scrappers' Guide is a fabulous site that helps out the newbies learn digital scrapbooking and filled with videos, tutorials, fun stuff and free kits from various designers in the industry monthly! Here's the kit itself (goody for the Valentine's day - right on time!):
Btw... hehe... a little giftie from me to all of the subscribers inside the February Premier issue :)
Thanks to Sharon and Linda of Scrappers' Guide for the awesome opportunity! :)
Gonna go celebrate now! :)
Sunday, February 1, 2009
Okay... So now I'm making a series of digital painting for her room! I was thinking of pink elephants and hippos, giraffes and rabbits or even a funny snail withg moons and stars that look almost hand painted on canvas, adding texture and realistic brush strokes. So that I could bring them to the lab and print them on canvas like I did with my parents' room (I made two digital prints for them which were printed and framed and gave them as a present for their wedding anniversary).
So here's the question.
I got thrilled with the idea of making prinbtable digital wallart. Would you be interested in this product? Sure I can't find time to print them and ship, but I could sell them at my store at Scrap Orchard! I could sell them at a decent prices offering both personal and commercial use. Yup, commercial. The idea originated from my web search of the canvases I loved but couldn't find the proper size to print - or they all were different sizes. If I wanted to buy the item I had to buy the print and that was expensive... I thought that selling digital wallart would be an awesome way out - I could just bring it to my local lab on a disc and they'd turn it into a canvas! :)
So what do you guys think? I will be happy to know your opinions! :)