Sunday, August 9, 2009

KonNichi Wa :)
(Means "Hi" in Japanese)
The new kit for my 1000 places to see before die series:
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Layouts from the kit:
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The next kits I plan to do are: Russia, India, Morocco, Australia and 1000 more :)
And one more layout from "Sleeping Beauty" kit:
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'Sa yo na ra'
Means "Good bye"
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Jules said...

Fantastic, as usual! Thanks for sharing

MemoryKeeper said...

Thanks for all the hard work, and wow, you are on a roll! I've added you to my blog roll!

Have a great day!


sivan said...

fantastic as usual, thanks for sharing the hard work, can't wait to try it on all the photos my brother took on his trip to Japan last year!!

Anonymous said...

Thank you! Your blog post will be advertised on the DigiFree Digital Scrapbooking Freebie search engine today (look for timestamp: 09 Aug [LA 07:00pm, NY 09:00pm] - 10 Aug [UK 02:00am, OZ 12:00pm] ).

Anonymous said...

Another wonderful kit. Haven't been to Japan yet but have downloaded it for future use ;-).
Am looking forward to Morocco and India - and Australia and Russia, too...
Thank you very much for sharing these with us!!

Anonymous said...

It's lovely! :D Thanks! Katy

Anonymous said...

I love your scrap!!

Thanks a lot!!

Anonymous said...

Beautiful work TFS!

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for this Freebie. I want to let you know that I posted a link to your blog in Creative Busy Hands Scrapbook Freebies Search List, under the Uncategorized post on Aug. 10, 2009. Thanks again.

wivanov said...

Hi my name is Wendy and I love all your work, I love to scarpbook online but I am just learning. What do you use for your pages and where do you get your graphics. Can you print your pages? How can I learn from what you are doing? My email is



Anonymous said...

Thank you very much ! This is great ! I live in Japan so I will definitely have use for your graphics !! Thanks for sharing !!

Anonymous said...

I love your digi items! I hope Germany will make it into your 1000 places to see before you die designs. Thank you so much for sharing your thoughts and talents. P.S. love the cupcakes!

Miss Honey said...

To Wendy:

Hi Wendy,
I am not new at scrapbooking but still I have lots of things left to be learned. Anyway I'll share some knowledge I already know.
Fonts are a major part in scrapbooking,you can download them from here:
All the fonts are free of charge.
Next thing is graphic.I use realistic elements so I usually buy clipart from the shops(clipart is a collection of thematical images allowed to use in a commercial way)I choose the theme for the digital scarp kit and cut and edit them on photoshop or search in google for creative illustrator's works, some of them allow to use their graphis if you write them.Try to choose images with a white background so it will be easier for you to use and cut it. There are also people who like to draw the elements: you can draw it and then scan or draw it on computer(using such programs like photoshop and corel draw)) Scan everything you think is interesting:like materials,papers and different kind of stuff, or , you can take picture and edit it. I suggest you to search for the information in the internet or buy books(it helped me a lot)And some designers have "tutorials" section on their site, read them all, they share their secrets and tips. Don't forget about TOU(terms of use)When I posted "My hero" kit using fans drawings(based on Marvel's Comics) I was attacked with the blaming comments,later I've learned that I CAN'T use any graphic from Marvel Comics because they copyrighted all the rights. So be carefull.
Hope I helped you a bit, wish you happy scraping
P.S If you still have questions feel free to write me any time.

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