This kit was created from vintage images and commercial brushes. Made to look distressed and classic. It was listed at ScrapbooksGoneDigital.com. Created circa 2010.
This kit was designed for Father’s Day. It was listed at ScrapOutsidetheBox.com and ScrapbooksGoneDigital.com. Circa 2010.
Color palette was assigned by Digital Arts Cafe, for a Mother’s Day project for DigitalArtsCafe.com. Created circa 2009.
Color palette assigned by Digital Arts Cafe, for a Summer project. Made with commercial use brushes and my own distressing brushes. This was my interpretation. Created circa 2009.
This kit was a personal project, inspired by Summer. It was listed at ScrapbooksGoneDigital.com. Created circa 2009.
This kit was inspired by summer. It was listed at ScrapbooksGoneDigital.com. Created circa 2009.
This was created as a Valentine’s Day kit, circa 2009 and listed at Scrap Outside the Box.com and ScrapbooksGoneDigital.com
This was created especially for boys and tomboys. Created while at Scrap Outside the box, circa 2009.
This kit was inspired by the desire to scrap some of our family’s vintage photos. I wanted to create something that would go well with those beautiful sepia and black and white photos. Was listed with Scrapbooks Gone Digital. Create circa 2009.
This kit was made primarily for the Jewish community, who didn’t have many choices when it came to scrapbooking designs in winter. Circa 2008.
Christmas blog train freebie. Circa 2009
These papers were an exclusive made to go with a Fall special for Scrapbooks Gone Digital. Circa 2009.
Made to be super scary and freaky looking. Looking back, it’s a bit much. Created circa 2009.
This was a fun little Halloween kit that I made while at Scrap Outside the Box. Circa 2010.
Created Circa 2010. My first go at Illustrator.
These scrapbooking papers were made to be more ethereal as part of a work assignment given to us by Scrap Outside the Box. Circa 2009.
These papers were an exclusive made to go with a special giveaway on Scrap Outside the Box. Circa 2009.
This was a pro bono set of papers for a larger collab at Scrap Outside the Box, circa 2009.
The word arts were created to give digital scrapbooking pages the same effect as a traditional scrapbooking rub-on. Commercial fonts used with proper permission/tou’s.
The Youth Explosion was a poster created for my church’s youth group, to be used as a large size banner.
Created circa 2008-2009.