MyMemories Blog Train March

Are you ready for some fun today?  Join the designers at MyMemories in our March Blog Train!   Never participated in a Blog Train? It’s easy, just follow the links provided and hop from blog to blog, where each designer has a small FREE sampler...

Tell Me Again – Attic Treasure!

I am getting ready to retire “Tell Me Again” at The Digichick, and have moved it to the Attic Treasures Category.  You can pick up the kit and extras for a 60% savings or the entire collection at a 78% savings. Here is the link to all of my products...

You Were Right

Several weeks ago, I shared with you my confusion about our dogs, Stella and Riley, always being in the same dog bed, although we have 4 beds for them. ( 2 Dogs, 4 Dog Beds, and This? ) I asked what you thought of this and almost 100% of you said you...

New Greenery Pack

We have the most beautiful vines growing in our yard right now. I grabbed my camera and headed out to photograph them the other day. They are perfect to add a beautiful touch of nature to layouts, or kits, if you are a designer. Personal Use and Commercial Use...

Learning Photoshop

I have been known to say that Photoshop is the “gift that keeps on giving.” There is always something new to learn or a new way to do an “old” thing. I’ve been using Photoshop for 8 years and there are still many things I don’t know...

Monday Inspiration by Beatrice: Worn But Loved

Welcome to Monday and another inspirational post featuring SnickerdoodleDesigns’ new release Collection, Worn but Loved. This Collection is currently available only at The Digichick but watch for it to come to the SnickerdoodleDesigns’ personal store on Wednesday...
Photo Editing using Levels: the Basics

Photo Editing using Levels: the Basics

Save those less-than-perfect photos with the use of Levels. I am working in Photoshop Elements 2018, but this technique works in full versions of Photoshop in the same way. Here is my original photo. I took it with my cell phone, with the light directly behind my dog,...

Progress?

Does anyone remember going to Disneyland back in the 60’s and sitting through General Electric’s presentation, The Carousel of Progress? How funny to look back at the things that were so progressive then: the color televisions, the...