I give you my first three sets:
Ok, so what exactly is a microscrapper...it sort of sounds like a science experiment. Well, you can thank my science loving husband for the name. I was trying to describe them to him..."they're basically an embellished journal card that you can digitally add your photos to...almost like a mini scrapbook layout." Of course I then had to show him because he still didn't get it. He then responded..."cute, call them microscrappers, because it's like microscrapbooking" I thought that was cute...so there you go.
Below you will find a video tutorial demonstrating how I use these little cards myself.
Simple Sayings Digital Stamps
I refer to this set as stamps because you can use them similar to how you would use a stamp, but they're way better in my opinion:) In addition to a PDF file that you can just print out if you can't be bothered with Photoshop, I also include all the customizable PNG files. You get all the little stamps with the sayings and without. I even included a graph backed journal card. These are a big favorite of mine...I especially love using them on traditional scrapbook layouts.
I find these little tabs to be super useful and I find myself attaching them to everything. The set includes PNG files Monday through Sunday tabs as well a blank tab that you can customize with your own color and text like I did with the tab on the above layout. I also added the full printable PDF set for those of you who prefer just printing and cutting your cards out.
The whole point with each one of these sets is really just to give you options. I included everything I would want myself. Something I could customize, something I could just print and a really simple journal card as a great foundation for creativity.
*the layout above was made using a variety of digital kits.
little tape strip-Pugly Pixel
patterned paper-Paislee Press
date label-Paislee Press
white distressed border-Karla Dudley
border stitching-Anna Aspnes