I’m so excited about May’s Layout a Day (LOAD) theme – Legends of Hollywood! I love the movies and am looking forward to see how they inspire our layouts in May.
Here’s a process video showing how I built the sketch from last weekend’s layout.
The sketch can be found on Creative Memories’ Blog.
What do you want to learn about Artisan? Let’s chat in the comments.
Creative Memories held a virtual crop this past weekend. Although I was too busy much of the weekend to participate, I managed to get one layout done on Friday night.
Did you work on anything scrappy recently? Link up in the comments!
Happy Friday! Recently I’ve talked with tons of people who use Dropbox as their primary method of Photo Management. It’s a super easy way to have your mobile images automatically uploaded and used online at Dropbox. I’ve been asked about how this is different from Forever.
- Forever has most of the same features and benefits as Dropbox. The one difference is that Forever only accepts .jpg and .pdf files – TODAY. Additional file formats (think .mp4) will be added.
- Free services are offered at both. When it’s time to increase your storage, Forever is a Permanent plan. You pay once for your storage – EVER! Other companies, including Dropbox, charge as long as you’re using the service. It’s like Renting vs. Owning.
- Forever’s Guarantee allows for coverage should they go out of business as well as includes a promise to update your files for whatever the new formats become available.
I would love to help answer any questions this brings up. Just email me and/or let me know in the comments. Click the image below to learn more about Forever.
If you’ve been reading my blog for a while, you know how much I love sketches. Recently, I’ve been enjoying the ones from Let’s Get Sketchy. They’ve put out a call for Design Team members but the deadline is today. Yes, short notice, but I’m going to try. Who’s going to try with me?
Today is the first day of Spring and I love joining in a seasonal blog hop! Did you come here from Alison?
Spring probably one of my favorite seasons. I love watching plants bloom, colors emerging from nature. Last week I started hearing the morning songs from the local birds – my sign of spring. We keep the windows open and bring the outside in – as much as possible.
I’ve been participating in a ‘new to me’ challenge from the Gingerscraps girls. It’s themed Survivor Digi-Land. As an avid Survivor fan I was drawn to this concepts. It’s based on the TV show/game with weekly challenges, immunity challenges and tribal council. It’s currently week 4 and I’m still in the game!
Here’s my week 2 layout showing “Today, I feel…” I love grid layouts and often forget to fill some of the grids with paper. In Artisan, for the photo(s), I grouped the three squares and used the Outliner tool. Then filled the new shape as a Photo Drop Point.
This is one my favorite pictures to gaze upon while stuck inside working. I may have this printed up in a canvas or acrylic print. What do you think? How are you celebrating Spring today? I hope you join us by visiting the other bloggers on this list.
This is the fourth and last in a series helping you make photo books using Forever Projects. In this video, I show you how to work with journaling and text in your photo book. We also take a look at the ordering process.
Enjoy making your photo books!
As we near the end of February, I’m so proud that I’ve been able to do a Layout a Day as part of the Scrap Happy Family challenge. I’ve already completed more than 28 layouts and as I write this, there are two more days in the month.
Which one(s) are your favorites? Here’s some of mine:
I hope to keep up the momentum in March and I love getting these layouts done! How are you doing with your scrappy projects?
This is the third in a series helping you make photo books using Forever Projects. In this video, I show you how to change the background and add clip art to your book.
You can see printable instructions here. Next week we’ll tackle the journaling and ordering your book.