Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Live Life Creatively: What do you get when you combine Halloween & silhouette designs?

Live Life Creatively: What do you get when you combine Halloween & silhouette designs?

What do you get when you combine Halloween & silhouette designs?

Why it is my latest set of digital designs...Hallowettes!

The 7 designs come in these formats: 300 dpi eps, 300 dpi transparent PNG, abr brush and svg cutting files...all for only $5. Just think of the possibilities!!!

Use this set of Halloween silhouettes with distressed edges for your next crafting project. Have fun scaling, colorizing, hand coloring or using these b&w images for your projects. Also usable as b&w clip art. You can even digitize these bold art images for embroidery. 

Combine with patterned papers to create cool digital graphics and titles or use the svg files with a die cutting machine and software to cut out the shapes in assorted colors and patterns. Use the brushes to create Halloween overlays, patterned background paper and more!

Here is just one idea combining some of the graphics:

 Have fun crafting & creating!

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Here's How to Do Digital Right!

I know the world of digital seems a bit scary for those who are used to traditional ways of scrapping and stamping, but there are so many fun ways to cross the bridge and try using digital on your projects. My fabulously talented friend, Susan Stringfellow, put my new Sodalicious set to use on this great layout of her son Chris eating an icecream sundae. Don't you just love how she printed the image onto the patterned papers and layered the sundae to make it oh so yummy! You can alos just hand color the graphics if you don't feel so skilled with using a knife to cut out the paper pieces.

She also made the title from the artwork in the set into a wonderful 3-D element using her cricket diecutter. To see more of her work, click the link under Other Creative Chicas on 
the right to visit her blog. She always amazes me with her fabulous 
handling of titles and the most creative use of embellishments.
Trust me you will be inspired!

Here is a close up shot of the sundae.

If you love her work as much as I do, nominate her on Cosmo Cricket's blog to 
be a guest designer and help her win their latest paper collection. 
Vote for her by simply leaving a comment on Cosmo’s blog raving about Susan Stringfellow.

To see the Sodalicious set, click here to view it in my shop at