This week I’ve been working on the December Blog Train for Pixel Scrapper. I decided to go with a baking theme for at least part of it. Some of my fondest memories from childhood are of making Christmas cookies with my mom and brother. I know I got a jump-start on this, but I will be traveling next week and then Thanksgiving so I needed to.
Here’s this month’s colorway:
Hey everyone, yesterday I posted about how I was making a new kit for the designer challenge over at Pixel Scrappers. I learned a lot making this kit since this is only the 2nd thing I’ve made with Photoshop. I’m loving learning all about how to make things look the way I want them too. This kit I focused on texture and recoloring things to my liking. I tried to QC everything, but I only know a little about Gamut and Stray Pixels, so go easy on me.
I’ve finished it in record time and I think it’s awesome. The kit is in one file and there are solid and patterned papers along with elements and word art as well. I hope you like it. Scroll to the bottom of the post for the download.
The download can be found HERE.
Can you believe it’s already November? I know I can’t. I’ve been in Colorado since May of this year and I was only supposed to stay for like a month tops! I am going home later this month for Thanksgiving and Christmas so that’s good.
Lately I’ve gotten really into designing digital scrapbook patterns and freebies. If you know me at all you know I LOVE my planner. I was looking for some patterns to use to make my own stickers and I came across a great site…Pixel Scrappers. The lovely people over there have inspired me to learn how to design my own and what better time to get started than now?
So, this month I’m participating in the Blog Train Thankful Harvest. I started designing and came up with one version, then I got feedback and came up with another version and some word art so I’m uploading them all for you if you want them. Grab all that you want.
Version 1 is PU/S4H/SFO and Version 2 is CU. They are both 12×12 and 300dpi. The word art is 300dpi .png files. Just click the image to download!
Check out all the other goodies that coordinate with these papers at Pixel Scrapper.
The November Blog Train for Pixel Scrapper was announced a while ago and with my new found designing skills I’m trying to design some scrapbook paper. I can use these for my sticker projects, but I also get points on the pixel scrapper website so I can download more commercial use items. I’m also super excited to learn some software that I’ve never used before.
Well, here’s the preview, and the download will come out on November 1st.
So I decided to take some hints from the Pixel Scrappers forum and I made a new set of papers with the tips I received. They will also be available November 1st.