I've been trying to design my own digital paper for about a week now. I've had the idea in my head ever since starting digital scrapbooking but obviously didn't have the skill then...not sure I do now but hey you never know until you try, right? Now I admit I'm not an expert at these this...have never claimed to be. I've done a little...very little...searching on the internet for some tutorials on how to make your own digital paper. Most I didn't like. I think I'll have to do some more digging. I got a couple of individual ideas, however, and have been playing around with different techniques just trying to get it to look like I want. Some have been complete and utter failures! But how do we learn best? Usually by failure! ;D
I developed a paper yesterday that I was pretty proud of. Proud enough to post it on my site and to do a lo with it. I would love to have your opinions on it...be gentle please! ;D lol! It's always nerve-wracking when you put your own work out there...but gotta start somewhere! So here I leap...
And then here is my paper with the layout that I did...
Red Paper No.1 Jen Maddocks
Katie Pertiet Primarily Buttons
Lynn Grievenson flower + white buttons from Flitter kit
Brushes by mutsie found on deviantart.com
Ali Edwards 31 Days Circle Accents
Katie Pertiet Barely There Brushes n Stamps Alpha + Numerical set
Fonts: King, Corsiva