A Time for Grieving…

A Time for Grieving…

A lesson in grief and love and all that falls in between. This week’s new release was more of a healing exercise for me than an actual pre-planned product. Last week we lost our kitty. She was lovable, strong, brave, caring and an awesome friend. Most of all she was my oldest daughter baby. They grew(…)

Elementary.

Elementary.

I woke this morning with one mission; find something interesting to write about “Mystery” for this newsletter. With the release of “Elementary” and “Elementary 2″ I was in search of something intelligent, sharp and snarky all rolled into one. I wanted Sherlock’s brains to ooze from my words. And then my morning began… I woke the(…)

New: Falling Leaves

New: Falling Leaves

Fall is in full swing up here in the northern hemisphere! I couldn’t resist making a new fall pack to celebrate. On sale now at Scrapbook Graphics, Falling Leaves! Autumn colors, falling leaves… this set is perfect to embellish and accent your fall pages! Check out these inspirational pages from my creative team:

New: Randomness You Can’t Resist!

There a four new packs in the Studio Unica store today – plus a mega bundle to grab them all! Random Words 1 & Random Words 2 are comprised of words taken from vintage ads, perfect for embellishing everything from art journaling pages to pocket scrapping pages! Random Ads 1 & Random Ads 2 are(…)

Imagination

One is only limited by their imagination, correct? As scrapbookers and art journalers, imagination seems to go hand and hand with our hobby. Often times we imagine our completed pages before we even buy the products we want to use! This week’s new release is all about “Imagination” – seeing the impossible and then making(…)

Three new releases!

There’s three new releases in my Scrapbook Graphics store! Plus, I’ll have another new release this weekend – you’ll have plenty of wordart to play with this week The three packs cover three very different topics – so there’s bound to be something you’ll need this week! First up – “Too Much” Why “Too Much”??(…)