Thursday, March 8, 2012

Free Stock Photograph Resources

I give full credit for this information to Creating Keepsake magazine. These sites give you the option for photographs to be added to your projects. Click on any red title to go to that site.

Morgue File - A free public image archive containing photographs freely contributed by many artists.

Stock xchng - Provides free-to-use stock photography and illustrations for non-commercial and personal use.

4 Free Photos - Offers free high quality images, textures, and graphics under public domain license.

Flicker Creative Commons - Browse through images Flickr users choose to offer under a Creative Commons license.

I Stock Photo - The popular site for inexpensive, high quality stock images with a vast selection to choose from.

Every Stock Photo Search Engine - A search engine that indexes millions of freely licensed photos from various sources.

Saturday, January 7, 2012

236+ Things to do With Your Cuttlebug or Big Shot

I could have just copied and pasted the whole post here, but I'm not sure all her links would have transferred over, so... 236+ things to do with Your Cuttlebug / Big Shot

Mel Stampz is such a neat site. Check it out!

Tuesday, July 26, 2011

33 Ways to Stay Creative

Got this from The Daily {Paper Craft} Planet newsletter. Great ideas...

Sunday, November 14, 2010

Easel idea for your handmade cards

This comes from Card Creations by Lorraine. It's a neat and inexpensive way to display your handmade cards, whether for a craft show, or when you want to photograph one for your blog. Check it >>>here<<<.

Thursday, August 12, 2010

Shipping Charges List

The Stamping Place has been added to the shipping charges list. I placed an order with them, and they reduced my postage being it was lighter in weight than expected. I'd say that deserves a trip back there soon. :)

Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Bits & Tips #7

When I want faux stitching, I use my Scor-Pal and score from the back side of the project. Then turn it over and use the Scor-Bug on the front side, or a paper piercing grid and a paper-piercer and pierce on the scored line. (From Cindy H.)

Bits & Tips #6

I sharpen my blades on my Fiskar paper cutter by cutting through an aluminum pie pan 3-4 times. (From Pat)