Thursday, March 17, 2011

It's great to be home again, designing digital scrapbooking paper!

We've been home for over a week already! Florida was great, so was Myrtle Beach. Oh, sorry, Myrtle Beach North! The weather was perfect for shopping and walking, we got some good bargains, and had a great time with family.

We spent a week in Florida, and I loved the new decorating scheme in the condo. Last year it was tired and dated, this year, we walked in there, and we were very pleasantly surprised!

So of coarse, that got me started with a new colour scheme for some more digital scrapbooking.
I've been busy all week, I started off with designing some paper. I was working with patterns, designing my own, and modifying some I found online. I didn't realize how much fun that was. I usually don't go for patterns, preferring things plain and simple.

I made so many, there are over 70 different papers so far. I'm going to sell them in colour sets, at least 7 different packs.
Here's the first one:

Ken and I came up with "Orange Fiesta" for the name of the colour scheme. Leave a comment, tell me what you think of it, and if you have a name I might like better, I'll send you the pack of your choice for free!
I'll be posting these on Etsy soon, so put your thinking cap on, and let me know soon!

My DD also asked me to make a birth announcement for the new baby, something she can send as an e-card. I made 2 different ones, put them up on Etsy for her to choose one. This has her first baby's pics on it, it will be updated with new info in about 5 weeks! So exciting!
The photographer she used is Christina Claus, she does some awesome work! Check out her facebook page: Christina Claus Photography

I'm going to be a vendor in a give-away by tiny feet photography, which starts tomorrow! One lucky winner will get a huge amount of photography related stuff, including one of the birth announcements I just designed! Look for Memory Lane Digital on their facebook page tomorrow.

Here's their facebook page: Tiny-Feet-Photography
And their website: Tiny Feet Photography

Happy Scrapping, and Happy St. Patrick's Day!

According to legend, Saint Patrick used the shamrock, a three-leaved plant, to explain the Holy Trinity to the pre-Christian Irish people.
The day is generally characterized by the attendance of church services,[3][4] wearing of green attire (especially shamrocks),[5] and the lifting of Lenten restrictions on fasting and drinking,[6][7][8] which is often proscribed during the rest of the season.[9][10][11][12]

(from Wikipedia)

So did you give up something for Lent? I guess it's OK to have it today!!

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