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Many thanks to those kind people who have made a donation or who have purchased a kit ! It is very much appreciated and it will enable me to upgrade my storage and download facilities :) I am glad that you have found my creations useful.

There is much on this site that may not be readily apparent. There are several ways to find your way around.You can use the links bar above to visit my most popular pages, use my archives or simply do a keyword search using the search engine in the navigation bar at the very top of the page.

If you find problems with any of my links not working, please do not hesitate to contact me by email or via my guest book and I'll will try to rectify the problem as soon as possible :)
I have had some problems recently with downloads from 4 shared so please let me know if some download links no longer function. The problem seems to be more often with those using IE as a browser.

Please come back soon!

Sunday, 30 May 2010

Leafy Quickpage

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I've created this free quickpage using some of the elements from my "Leafy Tags" kit.

The page is 2400 X 2400 at 300 dpi [8" X 8"]

In my example below I have used an image from Burning Well --a photo by Leon Brooks--thank you!

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Friday, 28 May 2010

Leafy tags etc _from Australia

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A bit of Australiana to continue our group theme for this month of trees :)
There are banksia, wattle and gum leaves and flowers on this collection of tags, with some plainer ones thrown in. Also separate string bits and pieces and some beads to dress them up.
[25 items]
The tags are quite large as you can see on my 12" X 12" album page example below.
All .png at 300dpi

Commercial Use [But please read my TOU]

Cost of kit is $1.50 USD

[You do not need to have a paypal account to purchase.]
On receipt of payment, I will email download link so please make sure you supply correct email address. Please also allow at least 24 hours to compensate for world time differences.
In this example, I have used one of my Colours of Australia Papers.

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I have used the following images now out of copyright
SYDNEHAM EDWARDS Banksia ericafolia 1802 It originally appeared in William Curtis's The Botanical Magazine -VOLUME-19-1804
ELIS ROWAN River red gum (Eucalyptus camaldulensis]

Wednesday, 19 May 2010

Scrapbooking A Family Tree

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Continuing our tree theme for May:

I've included 4 damask textured period backgrounds, a large .png tree brush and 3 different groups of frames in this Family Tree Kit.[Only one in the preview]
The groups of frames can be used in multiples to extend your family :)

In the preview above and example below, I have used the tree silhouette brush on a separate layer and changed the blend mode to multiply. It is worth experimenting to get a look that you prefer.
All files are 300dpi and background pages are 3600 X 3600.

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Example Family Tree -click to enlarge

Tuesday, 11 May 2010

Birds and Bees and Orange Trees


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Just a few scrapping bits and pieces for fun :)

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14 pieces including a "honeycomb" seamless tile.


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Wednesday, 5 May 2010

Mother's Day card to Print -May 2010

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This pretty Card for Mum measures 5 inches X 5 inches when folded.
Total image 3000 X 1511 at 300 dpi.
It will fit on A4 or American Letter, using landscape orientation.
You can find a smaller version suitable for emailing, in our Card gallery soon