FEB
05
2011

Digital Scrapbooking: 31 Days Circle Stamps

I made these fun digital scrapbooking date circle stamps at the request of one of my readers. My new 31 Days Circle Stamps are great for documenting a day, week or even a month! And since they’re plain numbers they’d be great to use on a birthday invitation as well! I couldn’t make up my mind on these, so there are actually 137 different day stamps in this set! They can be easily recolored and resized to fit your needs! The file also includes a Photoshop Brush file as well as .png files. What’s Included? All files are 300 dpi, .png and .abr format 137 Month Day Circles 1 White Chipboard Background Disk .abr Photoshop Brush file Purchase the 31 Days Stamps for ONLY $1! Visit my store to see all of my Digital Scrapbooking Supplies: New to Digital Scrapbooking ? Click here! … [Read more...]

JAN
28
2011

Digital Scrapbooking Journal Date Stamps

I made some fun little Journal Date Stamps for you this week. They have lines for some journaling and include chipboard backgrounds along with .png files and a photoshop brush file format. What’s Included? All files are 300 dpi, files include .png and .abr formats, for Personal Use Only 11 Chipboard pieces 12 Lined Month Stamps 10 year stamps (‘05 – ‘15) Purchase the Journal Date Stamps for ONLY $1! Visit my store to see all of my kits: Don’t know what Digital Scrapbooking is? Click here! … [Read more...]

JAN
10
2011

Digital Scrapbooking Calendar Date Stamps

Here are some of my latest Digital Scrapbooking Calendar Date Stamps. I love how these look like a calendar wheel! I made some with titles for you and a blank one so you could add your own title. They’re photoshop .abr brushes as well as .png files. What’s Included? All files are 300 dpi, .png and .abr format, for Personal Use Only 12 Month Circle Stamps 7 Titled Circle Stamps 2 Accent Arrows 4 Pen Drawn Circles 7 Chipboard Disks 2 Paint Swashes Purchase the Calendar Date Stamps for ONLY $1! Visit my store to see all of my kits: Don’t know what Digital Scrapbooking is? Click here! … [Read more...]

JAN
04
2011

Digital Scrapbooking Circled Date Stamps

I absolutely LOVE digital scrapbooking brushes. Here’s a favorite one of mine, the Circled Date Stamps. Just for fun I included 2 scalloped tags to put the stamps on, but you can put them on anything you want! What’s Included? All files are 300 dpi, both .png and .abr format, for Personal Use Only 1 weekly day circle stamp 12 abbreviated month stamps year stamps (‘07 – ‘12) 1 Paint Highlight Swash 2 Scalloped Journal spots Purchase the Circled Date Stamps for ONLY $1! Visit my store to see all of my digital scrapbooking supplies: Don’t know what Digital Scrapbooking is? Click here! … [Read more...]

DEC
31
2010

Digital Scrapbook Postage Date Stamps

One of my favorite parts of Digital Scrapbooking are the brushes! Digital brushes are the equivalent of rubber stamps for us digi-girls. I try to include one brush set in each kit I make, but I also wanted to make the brushes available individually incase you don’t want the whole kit. Thus I present my Postage Date Stamp set. What’s Included? All files are 300 dpi, all are both .png and .abr file formats for Personal Use Only. 24 Monthly Date Circles (black and sepia) 2 blank circles (black and sepia) 4 postage wave stamps (regular & grunge, black and sepia) Purchase the Postage Date Stamp Set for ONLY $1! Visit my store to see all of my kits: Don’t know what Digital Scrapbooking is? Click here! … [Read more...]

MAY
29
2010

How to Install and Use Photoshop Brushes

I gave away my first brush set yesterday, and thought some of you might need a quick tutorial on using Photoshop Brushes. They’re super easy and fun to use and can add that extra bit of digi-goodness to your designs! So fire up your Photoshop and follow along! STEP 1: Download my brush set! Unzip the set, then extract the files into a folder on your hard drive. If you don’t have an unzipping software already, here are a few free ones: Winzip 7-zip CamUnzip STEP 2: Once you download and unzip my file, simply copy and paste the .abr file to your brushes folder and the next time you start Photoshop, the brushes will be available from your brush set menu. The brushes are typically stored in the presets folder wherever you installed your Photoshop program. For example mine are here: C:Program FilesAdobePhotoshop Elements 7.0PresetsBrushes C:Program FilesAdobeAdobe Photoshop CS3PresetsBrushes STEP 3: Use your brush! Create a new Photoshop document, make it whatever … [Read more...]