Friday, November 27, 2009
The .zip file contains 12 .page files that allow you to make a full year's worth of calendar layouts for only $2!! What a deal! and because you are all so cool, I'm also giving away a card template FREEBIE! So, if you need to get moving on those photo gifts and cards (and who doesn't), use my templates to speed the process along! Or if you don't feel like doing all the work, contact me and I'll put your projects together FOR you! Contact me for details on that.
So, here is the preview of the blank templates:
FREE CALENDAR TEMPLATES
and now, for the freebie! I made up a few Christmas card blanks and I decided to share one with you today. Here is what it looks like filled with papers:
and HERE is the link to download the .page file! Enjoy! BTW, I'd love to see any finished pages you make with any of my templates. You can email them to me at labdogs42 @ gmail.com (minus the spaces).
ETA, I'm taking the link to buy these down and add these to my freebies. Enjoy!
Friday, November 13, 2009
and here is the page I made with it:
I used Britt-ish designs Space Ranger kit and I have to look up where I got that Tomorrowland alpha! I promise I'll find out!
Tuesday, November 10, 2009
get the left page HERE
and the right page HERE
Monday, November 2, 2009
all products used in this layout are by Britt-ish Designs Remember, the pages are fully customizable. You can use the shapes I have picked out and fill them with paper or use any cute elements from any kit in those spots. I put them there mostly as inspiration and placeholders. Use whatever suits the mood of YOUR layout! That's what's s cool about them!
So, here are what they look like, you can get them HERE (one zip-- it contains both .page files)
I find the easiest way to use these files is to unzip them and place them in my Creative Memories StoryBooks folder. When I want to use them, I just click Import a Page in the file that I'm working on and navigate to these pages. You click on the pages you want to import, and voila! They are in your book and ready to use!
Have fun using these and I'd love to see what you do with them! Leave a comment or email me with a link to your layout online. I can't wait to see them in use! Enjoy!
Friday, October 16, 2009
Printable created with CM Trick or Treat add-on
1 piece 12x12 Black cardstock
Cricut for letters (I used Mickey font at 3")
CM Halloween Micro Maker
some kind of yarn or ribbon for stringing
adhesive (I used CM Tape runner)
Print backgrounds on 1 sheet 8.5x11 cardstock (from Staples)
Cut them out with 12" trimmer
Cut three 4x6 rectangles from black cardstock
adhere backgrounds to black background
cut letters on Cricut from remaining black cardstock (I used Mickey font at 3")
adhere letters with foam squares
punch micro shapes from scraps of paper in coordinating colors
adhere shapes with foam squares
punch two holes at the top of each card
Thread ribbon or yarn through holes and hang up!
I used CM foam squares to make the letters and punches "pop"
Saturday, October 10, 2009
This was my first venture into the world of digital scrapbooking. I wanted to make a book about our Disney trip and I wanted to be able to make a copy for my MIL, so I started learning how to use SBC+ and make my own pages. I am now a total addict! So, here is the book that started it all!
Thursday, October 8, 2009
Friday, October 2, 2009
Images are linked!
Cool halloween word art that matches the Trick or Treat kit: