Tuesday, June 1, 2010
For all of his life, Dennis was a maverick, a renegade, doing things his way. Terms like 'star', and 'icon' do not do him justice. He was a true original. There is one less light shining in the firmament of Hollywood tonight, and the world is just a bit less colorful for his loss.
In homage to him I have made the quick page memorial you see below. If anyone else was a fan of this talented man and wishes to have it to honor him, please email me at email@example.com, and I will send you the zip file. It would be nice to see his memory honored on a thousand pages.
Saturday, May 22, 2010
I would appreciate if anyone who knows who this file sharing account belongs to would please let them know that I would like them to remove this and simply provide a link to my blog instead. I'm not going to call out the copyright police on this, but it shows a distinct lack of respect for other people's property. I don't want to have to remove the download link to the kits, but if this happens again, I may wind up having to ask people to email me for the kits, and that is just such a hassle for everyone involved.
Okay, since I have become horribly addicted to Facebook games and spend too much of my time playing them. I have decided to do quick pages instead of full kits for a while. I just got a Wacom Bamboo graphics tablet, and I need to learn to use it so I can produce better looking graphics for my kits.
I hope you will all still come around to see if you can find anything that meets your fancy with them. I'm still going to do kits, but it will be a while before I go back to them, So, come back by in a few days and send all your scrapbooking buddies by as well!
Monday, February 22, 2010
Greetings, fellow scrap addicts and happy Mardi Gras! For
those of you who interested, I have a mini kit called 'Carnivale!' It has three
papers and 8 elements... something perfect to make a quick page out of! Though I
have never been to Mardi Gras, I used to visit N'awlins frequently, and I loved
the French Quarter. The perfect way to start your day was cafe au lait and
croissants at the Cafe du Monde in Jackson Square, watching the river boats
paddle by. If you've never a the chance to visit New Orleans, it is a beautiful
city and well worthwhile a visit. Be sure to visit the French Quarter, which is
where the city began. Places you shouldn't miss visiting are the Cafe du Monde
and Jackson Square, of course, Bourbon Street, where you will find all kinds of
wonderful bars... if you like a drink or two, be sure to take the cocktail tour!
other must-see attractions are the Garden District (especially if you are and
Ann Rice fan) and the Audubon zoo. And , of course, everyone needs to see Mardi
Gras at least once. Someday, I'm going to get to go myself!
Anyway, the preview for the kit is below, and you can
download it here.