Tuesday, January 29, 2008

Mini Stars


I'm having a lot of fun with this, and just thought I'd share. As always, let me know what you think.
Alright, alright, I'll answer some questions. I didn't want to since I really don't know what I'm doing, I'm just messing around, but I'm doing this on Adobe Photoshop, I downloaded free stuff from some different websites, and it's a 12x12 that I think I can get printed at Costco...although, the quality of these pictures aren't good enough to print, so I don't know what I'll do...

6 comments:

Heidi said...

I LOVE IT!!! I am having trouble doing it, you may have to help me!

Andrea said...

So, you need to answer the questions we put on your last one.

I think it's very cute, but I want to know more about the process--do you print it, etc.

:)

Loni said...

Great format. Great pictures. Great idea. How do you do it?

Harper Family said...

Tarah,
I love the look of your blog too! The digital scrapbook pages are very cute as well. I have started scrapbooking that way...
Thanks for the humor in your posts; I always leave your blog laughing and smiling!
~Amy

Jennie said...

I think it looks great! I also really like a program called Memory Mixer. It has a lot of really cool features like adding videos and greating a dvd out of your pages for the tv. I think this is great for grandparents to see what's going on with the kids without having to print them all out. If you want to check it out their website is www.memorymixer.com. And you can print them at Cost-Co for $2.99 for a 12x12. It's a good deal considering how much you spend on pics, paper, and embelishments. I know I love mine. I just don't have time to do traditional scrapbooking with kids and I even work at a craft/scrapbook store.

Rorie said...

Both this one and the one of Caden are great! I have tons of freebie digital papers and embellies but I've never used them. Maybe I'll have to figure out how to give them to you or something. :)