Hello everyone! I get asked a lot about my designing process, and this month I’d like to talk a little bit about the starting point of all of my kits – a color palette. For me, a good color palette should have a range of fun colors that mesh well together. Here’s my process of picking colors for my kits.
I can’t believe it’s already 2018! At the beginning of the year, a lot of people are thinking about resolutions and putting things in order, so it seems an appropriate time to write about organizing one’s digital resources. Whether you’re a scrapper or a designer, having your digi stash organized means you’ll be able to find what you need quicker, and that your scrapping/designing process will become more streamlined and effective. If you have thought about doing it, there’s no better time to start than now.
Over the years, I have had opportunities to hold CT calls as well as to apply to them. I have written, and received, my fair share of rejection letters. Happily, I have made some of my dream teams as well. Today, I thought I would share some of my ideas of what a stellar CT application looks like from a designer’s perspective.
The week before Digital Scrapbook Day, I shared on my personal Facebook page that I was previewing a kit as I was designing, as opposed to my usual process of designing first and then previewing in the end. The reason I shared that was because whenever the topic came up, there had always been divided opinions among designers. I thought it was funny that I was “converted,” even if it was only for that kit. My post sparked some discussion and I was fascinated by all the different approaches to previewing. Let me share with you some of the things I learned.
Hello everyone, and welcome to the brand new “For Professional Eyes Only” column! A little about myself: My name is Grace Lee; I’ve been designing for a little short of 6 years, and I currently sell at Sweet Shoppe Designs. Every month, I will be sharing with you my experiences as a digital scrapbook designer. While it’s my first time writing a column like this, I do hope it’ll prove to be a good read.