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How handsome does my dad look in this pic?! This was another one where I was just tinkering with PS and ended up really liking it. The background was done using a paper pack from {} by Lori Barnhurst called A Groovy Kind of Love. I added some brush work to the background using bright pink colors, and the circle stitching is also from {} from the Urban Kiwi collection. Word art by K. Pertiet and A.Edwards.


Just a little quick digi i did this morning. i was really just playing around with some new stuff, but i ended up {actually} liking it, lol! i used a kit from Michelle Coleman @ called Bohemian Summer, and was playing with the layer blending options. i used the drop shadow and inner glow effects for the ribbons and chain embellies to make them a little more 3D, and also used the linear burn/color burn effects on most of the layers to make it a little more funky. other supplies from: k.pertiet (wordart), and PS brushes from


A digi page that I used all neutral colors on...I actually edited the pic in photoscape, I still use that program for quick and easy editing, it's really a fantastic (and free!) program, I love it.
digi scrap products from: word art by A.Edwards (at; brushes from; crazy-beautiful kit by fei-fei's stuff; journaling arrow from A.Teets(sunporch kit

done in PS 7.0 - TFL :)


a digi layout i did yesterday...
here is what i used: PS 7.0, white background, free brushes (swirls and borders) downloaded from, girl word art by K. Pertiet @
i did a lot of adjusting with the opacity of the layers to get the washed out blue effect on the stamps.


This page is my first-ever digital page! I still have A LOT to learn, but I'm really having such a great time playing so far. This was done in PS 7.0, and I used a freebie download kit (from Shabby Princess) called Spontaneous Delight by Carrie Stephens. Shabby Princess is a wonderful site with tons of amazing downloads and tips.
Well, I've been totally consumed lately by trying to teach myself digital scrapbooking in Photoshop, and I must say I'm pretty darn impressed with many aspects of it. It's so much faster and easier than traditional scrapbooking, not to mention the supplies are much cheaper! This one is a 12x12 done in PS 7.0, I used all downloaded supplies from: Prima Hybrid, Little Dreamer Designs, and Designer Digitals. I never thought I would be venturing into the digital world, but I think I will be doing a lot more of these!


Wee Bit of Heaven

im particularly happy with this layout because of all the "leftovers" i used up while doing it! Im a total pack rat, and never throw anything away, so when i started this one i challenged myself to use up some of that stuff. the background paper is DCWV The Luxury Stack, and the papers layered behind the photo are actually the backings from some K & Co. chipboard sets that i thought were too pretty to throw away. I trimmed them with Fiskar's decorative edged scissors, and distressed the edges with a Tim Holtz ink pad called Antique Linen. I used Hambly Transparencies for the white cornering pieces, and rub ons for the stitching and the small bouquet of flowers on the middle right side of the photo. The caption on the pic is a clear epoxy sticker, and the rest of the accents are from a black and white chipboard set that i got at Target. the left side of the photo is a border sticker by Colorbok, and the flowers are from the Build a Blossom Kit. I edited the pic in photoshop to grayscale and used the lumienense curves to wash out the background color and create the really bright feel to the photo.
*NEW EDIT* thanks to everyone who left such sweet comments on this page - i really appreciate each and every one of you!
littleonekb - i dont see a blog for you or an e mail, and i wanted to answer your questions, so please feel free to e mail me at so i can give you further details about the Photoshop I use, thanks very much!