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S.W.A.K. Digi Kit

OFFER NO LONGER AVAILABLE Recently Scraps of Color (SOC) launched its digital magazine, and I am on the design team! Yay!!!! I will be creating digital downloads for scrapbookers and crafters. The premiere issue launched earlier this month and it is choc-full of wonderful ideas and creative inspiration! This is the kit that I designed […]

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Mother’s Day

Today is my mom’s birthday. How blessed I am to be able to celebrate my mother and her grandmother’s birthday in the same weekend! This is a photo of my mom that I took last year. It was “antiqued” with an online program, this is the link if you are interested Antique Photo. I think […]

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Ohh Dip…tych!

My friend Alicia and I are working on a joint art project that will last for 2 weeks. It is inspired by the diptych project over on the Art-Slam blog by Lucrecer Braxton. Each day for 2 weeks we will be creating a piece of art inspired by a particular word, then we combine our […]

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Jackson 5 Christmas

O.K. so my all time favorite Christmas album is the “Jackson 5 Christmas Album.” I actually just got the cd version, and I am so excited about listening to it and reliving some of my childhood Christmas memories. My cousin and I would play this album so much I’m surprised we didn’t wear a hole […]

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Birthday Bash Sign Board

This is an example of a digitally designed poster board for a 13 year old’s birthday party. The image was printed onto an 11″x17″ paper and mounted onto a larger piece of foam core. Guests were encouraged to sign it and leave a message for the birthday girl. Umm…the party was a Mardi Gras theme […]

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Pin the Courage on the Lion

This is a digitally designed children’s party game that I created. It was a jungle themed party so what better animal to use than a lion? I used foam sticky hearts to create the “Courage Badges.” The accomplishment here was adding the child’s face to an already existing image without it looking too “suspect.” His […]

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