28 April 2009

Junque Drawer - Free Scrap Kit

I spent time working on this one while moving through yet another job interview process. While each scrap element means a little something different to each person using it, I want to convey that my inspiration for "Junque Drawer" was rooted in my lifelong embattlement with maintaining the chaos that comes with holding on to the past versus embracing a more serene, minimalist lifestyle. This conflict touches on many aspects of my life - far more than just the material realm and physical surroundings I exist in.

This kit is 1600 x 1600 pixels at 300 DPI. Per previous blog entries, I do not have the computer tools necessary to produce in the larger, more standardized, digital scrap format. Your creations with this kit will best be viewed on-screen, unless you want to create an ATC or miniature scrap, which should print out quite nicely at 5 x 5 inches.

Since I have been taking advantage of Creative Commons licensed images -acting as the foundation for heavy alteration, I am following through with the "share-alike" mantra (e.g. requirement) by including a CC license of my own in the TOU included in this kit. Please review my TOU when you have the time.

Click here to download this kit. All of my published, scrap kits are free. Be sure to view my other recent releases: Musings for a Rainy Day and more! Just click on the logo at the top of the page to load previews of all my available, free kits!

16 April 2009

Musings for a Rainy Day - Free Scrap Kit

My latest mini scrap kit, replete with a kaboodle of elements, select papers and a few word art style quotes to inspire you! I owe big snaps to Flickr member and ATC artist extraordinaire "playingwithbrushes" for making some wonderful, flea market find, vintage photos available for alteration via Creative Commons licensing. I thoroughly enjoyed making this kit and hope you derive the same satisfaction using it! 1600 x 1600 @300 DPI! Keep in mind that industry standard digi-scraps are 3600 x 3600 pixels @300 DPI --the equivalent of a 12 x 12 printed page. I do not currently have the "horsepower" on my desktop to work at 3600 x 3600. Creating a scrap page with one of my kits for screen viewing on a CD or your desktop will offer you plenty of "real estate" space; however, best results on a printed page will be around the equivalent of a 5 x 5 photograph.

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The Lady Can Play - Free Scrap Kit

Kitschy assortment based on my four favorite suits! 6 original papers & 28 elements. 1200 x 1200 pixels at 300 dpi. Free for you to use and enjoy - personal and non-profit use only!

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Reader comments & critiques are welcomed!