Hi All! This month's blog train at Pixel Scrapper was a bit different - the subject was the Destination of our choice and we each made our own pallet, so you will be getting many different designs. I've been living in Northeast Ohio for over 20 years and only a few miles from one of our National Parks, the Cuyahoga Valley NP. In addition to the many trails scattered throughout the park, the Ohio Erie Towpath runs through the center of the it. It's a great place for hiking, biking, photography and bird watching. There is a heron rookery (or two) within the park and bald eagles are also nesting there. I had to include some buckeye candies which you can find pretty much anywhere in Ohio. If you haven't come from Pixel Scrapper, be sure to visit there for many great scrapbooking goodies.
Hi All! Blog Train time again. Pretty colors for this month's theme of Raindrops and Rainbows. If you didn't come from Pixel Scrapper, be sure to go there for all the lovely kits in the train. This is what I came up with this month:
Hi All! It's blog train time at Pixel Scrapper again. The theme this month is pocket scrapbooking. Since I'm not really into that type of scrapping myself, I just did a basic mini kit in black and white. Hope you like it. And if you are into that type of scrapping, head on over to Pixel Scrapper to get the amazing freebies the designers have for you there.
Hi All! Time for another blog train at Pixel Scrapper. The color pallette and theme were really fun to work with this month. There are lots of goodies available so when you finish here, head on over to Pixel Scrapper and enjoy.
Hi All and a Very Happy New Year! Welcome to the first Pixel Scrapper Blog Train of the New Year. The theme this month is The Guys and I chose to concentrate on wood working. As you can see, I got a bit carried away again! The designers at Pixel Scrapper have many great kits, so if you didn't come from there, be sure to go to Pixel Scrapper for many more goodies.
I had a request for a "how-to" for some circular frames I make from borders in some of my kits. It is really quite easy but you need Photoshop or Photoshop Elements to do it. This is how:
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Here is a video tutorial from Digital Scrapper on YouTube that explains it better: Stitching Circle
Hi All, Well, here it is - time for the last Pixel Scrapper blogtrain of the year. Hard to believe it is December and the year is almost over. I only had time for a small mini-kit this month, but there are many wonderful goodies awaiting you at Pixel Scrapper so be sure to head over if you didn't come from there. And I wish you all a very Merry Christmas (or Happy Holidays).