As some of you may know, I have been dabbling in art journaling for several months now. I especially love creating backgrounds in my journals with all sorts of fun media like paints, inks, gesso and so much more. When I had finished creating a particular background, I immediately thought it would make for great digital scrapbooking papers. So, here they are…
This is a smaller pack of papers and just $1.99 while they are on sale through Sunday! (Newsletter subscribers, check the newsletter for your coupon to save even more!)
I really love how these papers turned out and hope you do too. They are perfect for all sorts of scrapbooking and art journaling layouts. I’d love to see what you create with them. As with any of my products, feel free to upload to the gallery at Pickleberrypop under Jennifer Labre Designs!
It’s Pickle Barrel time! This month I have a wonderful collection that is perfect for all you tea drinkers – like me! But even if you don’t like tea or have tea photos to scrap, this collection can be used for so many other things including girly, everyday layouts, mom and grandma pages, little girl tea parties and so much more!
During Pickle Barrel, pick up my Tea For Two: 6-Pack for just $6 and get the coordinating word art for free!
You can also buy the packs individually for just $1!
Happy (early) Valentine’s Day! I hope you have a wonderful day with your loved ones, today and every day. And don’t forget to capture those special moments! I have a brand new kit to help you do just that. This year, instead of the typical Valentine’s kit, I went with a more versatile love kit that can definitely be used throughout the year.
I’m still having tons of fun in my mixed media classes and this week we’re focusing on inks in Supplies Me. Jane (our fabulous instructor) encouraged us to take a little video of creating an inky background for the class. So, while I’ve never created any videos like this before, I decided create one and see what happened! I had Jordan hold my phone as I demonstrate a fairly simple background technique using spray inks, water and Gesso.
I’ve been wanting to create some basic video tutorials for digital scrapbooking for some time, but I may also do some mixed media ones too if anyone would be interested. Just need to figure out a better way to film these!