I'VE MOVED

http://www.pillowgirlscraps.com
the site so cool I put my name on it lol

I'VE MOVED

http://www.pillowgirlscraps.com
the site so cool I put my name on it lol

I'VE MOVED

http://www.pillowgirlscraps.com
the site so cool I put my name on it lol

I'VE MOVED

http://www.pillowgirlscraps.com
the site so cool I put my name on it lol

I'VE MOVED

http://www.pillowgirlscraps.com
the site so cool I put my name on it lol

I'VE MOVED

http://www.pillowgirlscraps.com
the site so cool I put my name on it lol
I'VE MOVED

http://www.pillowgirlscraps.com
the site so cool I put my name on it lol

Saturday, July 28, 2007

Handy Tools

So do you have a handy guy in your life? I sure do. He asked me to make some more "Manly" stuff for him, and he likes my elements when I make them from scratch... so I put together a little bundle of tools. I will be making a whole kit of this kind of stuff, but it is a slower process when I am trying to be all precise for him :) Here is a set of 3 basic tools that every man has in a box, belt, or drawer somewhere.

Download them here

I know my blog posting has slowed down a little this little while. I have been uber-busy, helping around the house with my mom and chasing Miss Maia. I have been designing, but not finishing, so be prepared for sometime when all of the sudden my designs just EXPLODE onto the web :)

About the Quickpage Challenge

Someone asked me if there is a deadline on entries. Let's shoot for 2 weeks from today. That gives you plenty of time to try a few if you want, or to really focus on one really good one.

Some hints on making quickpages... What I do...

- Make a real layout. Use a photo you would normally use in a layout as a place holder.
- Highlight your photo layer and delete the photo shape entirely. Then delete that space in all of the layers below it, leaving a transparent hole.
- Merge your layers
- Save it as a PNG.

This should make a simple quickpage. There are lots of tutorials out there if you google "Quickpage Tutorial"

Misty Cato has a good tutorial here

15 comments:

Erin said...

I love being first! Thanks for the tools...we just helped the in laws last week with their room addition, and I'm ready to scrap some handy-man pictures...these'll be perfect!!

Scrapcat4914 said...

TY so very much for these awesome tools!!!!!!!

Debby said...

Thanks for the tip on divshare.com I will have t check it out.

Linda said...

Thanks for the handyman tools!

Vicki (chickivaney) said...

thanks so much for the tools!

TNChick said...

You did a good job on these, they look great!

Phyldar said...

Cool tools - thanks for sharing!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the great tools!

Anonymous said...

Love you work, thank you so much for sharing with us!!hugs Catherine

Maria said...

Thank you so much for your free work! We all appreciate it! This blog post has been added to the freebies list at digifree.blogspot.com

Tammy Dunlap said...

Thanks for the tools!

GrannyDancer said...

Hey! I love the tools... my son has just done some home improvements... so can try a LO now!

PSharp said...

Thank you for the fantastic tools.

Aleida said...

Thank you for the handy tools.

Nancy P said...

Very good tools! Wonderful idea - thank you so much for sharing them with me!

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