Friday, October 14, 2011

Famous Word Art Freebie !

I've seen this similar word art on t shirts lately and could not resist making a graphic
to add on my homemade cards. We've all used our furkids for photo shoots, so they are
a bit famous on  Facebook because everyone knows who they are...LOL.
( Don't copy this one above because it has a watermark.)

You can get the original png , unmarked size      ......HERE
1500 by 1072 pixels, PNG, 300 dpi, PU, 5 " by 3.5" printout

I reduced it to fit my card project in PSP.  You could reduce the file size using any
program you have. It has a transparent background. You can print on
any light colored patterned cardstock.

I hope you like this as much as I do !

Friday, September 16, 2011

Cardmaking Freebie !

I needed a custom made gardening card and made some word art.
Here is a preview with watermark. ( Don't save this one.)

You can get the  3" printable freebie ........HERE


Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Happy Woofday freebie

I have a freebie for you today. I needed a bone label for a pet birthday card.

 Both say Happy Woofday. One is a larger file 1498 pixels by 785 pixels which prints roughing 5" w by 2 1/2 " l . The second file prints 1" by 2" w .
Snag 'em if you can use them. All I ask is you don't change the file names.
PU, 300 DPI, PNG . Layer or print on any color .

The larger file you can get.....HERE

The smaller 2" file is......HERE

Paws Up Peeps !

Saturday, July 23, 2011

Pet Sympathy card, 2 freebies & a tutorial

I finished my pet sympathy card for my friend in Canada. It turned
out nice although there are many things I would have done differently.
I used DCWV Lace and Linen designer papers. I'm going to be offering
the sentiments I made as freebies. One is She and the other He .
This post will be a longer one today. I've had some people ask me
how I print out these borders for a card layer. It's very easy.

Here is a short tutorial . Open whatever you use for your printing software.
I use PSP .You can use any program to print. Just make sure it is printing
4" by 5"  .
I use only the amount of paper I need.
I cut my paper about 6" because I like a good size area around the text border.
Most programs allow you to place the text file on the paper where you want it to print.
If you need to, do a sample print on white copy paper first for exact placement .
You're only wasting a small amount of black ink.
I put my file up in the corners. I hate wasting paper. If I am happy with
the test print , then I ready my design paper.
I take a piece of regular copy paper and adhere the pattern paper to the copy
paper using
REMOVABLE scrapbooking tape.

I turn it over and put it into my printer making sure everything will print
out the way I want.
The print should come out the printer feed looking like this.

I cut the piece I need and save the rest of the paper for other projects.
I tend not to waste design paper that way.

Now for the freebies ! These will print out to fit inside the smallest
oval Spellbinders die. PNG and 300 DPI. PU please.

For the She will be Remembered download .....HERE
For the He will be Remembered download.......HERE

If you missed getting the Rainbow Bridge digi border freebie , it's 
below this post or here .

I hope you're able to use my freebies. I make them for myself but I
can't see them just sitting in my computer not being used.
All I ask is you preserve the file name I give them and give credit if you use anything
made by me. Come show me your cards, if you make one !

SugarPaw Designs

Friday, July 22, 2011

Rainbow Bridge Digi Border for A2

It's with a sad heart I needed a pet loss sympathy border tonight.
One of my good friend's lost her sweet yorkie this morning. :-(
 A pet sympathy card will be my project for tomorrow. I wish it was not so.
If you like this border also , please remember the word art border will
print out 4" by 5" to fit an A2 size card base. The file is 300 DPI and
PNG transparent. You can print it out on any light pattern cardstock.
Personal Use only please.
When I get my card completed, I'll post it here . Check back later,
if you're interested.

You can get the Digi Border .......HERE

 I have more freebie digi borders and card examples at
SugarPaw Scraps blog
SugarPaw Designs

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Dexters Ruff Life videos !

Someone sent me videos to watch on You Tube. It was laugh out loud adorable !
If you have some time, take a look at Dexter's Ruff Life.
There are many more videos to watch also in the margin area....
Huge shout out to Foley Monster  . I thought of you and your
sister when I was watching these.....too cute !

Friday, July 15, 2011

Dog Days of Summer A2 DigiBorder Freebie

I've had such a good response on the Digital borders for the A2 size cards,
I decided to make a few more. This one is called Dog Days of Summer.
I made a card to show you how it will look printed on patterned paper.
The file is png (transparent). You can print on any color cardstock
or pattern paper. It prints as is 4"by 5" . I use it as the first layer on the
bottom base card . I tried my hand at a photo card this time. I printed
a picture of my grand-yorkie Roxie , cut the picture using Spellbinders
label 8. I also framed it in a larger Spellbinder label 8 that I popped up with
foam dimensionals. It will be a perfect
end of summer card for my daughter and granddaughter.
She'll love getting it in the mail. Click on the picture to open it
in another window for closer detail.

Download the file .....HERE at 4 shared.

I have more A2 card digi-borders over at SugarPawScraps blog .
They aren't pet themed but could be used on any card you need to make.
Please stop over and get them too.


Thursday, July 14, 2011

Paw Bone Border for A2 card

I made a Paw Bone border for an A2 size card today.
I placed it on some digital pink dotted paper, so you can see how it will
print when using your own colored or patterned cardstock. The file is png (transparent except for the text/image) for that reason. It will print 4" by 5 " to
fit an A2 size card.
The file will not have the pink background
paper when you download it from 4 shared. Personal Use only please.
300 DPI for quality print.

You can get the file ....HERE

If you're interested in the Happy Birthday border for an A2 size card, please
go to SugarPawScraps for the download link address.
I have used them both on colored cardstock for one of the layers on the card front
and they look great. I have included a pet card I made using the Happy Birthday (at
Sugarpawscraps blog) border for you to see how cute it looks when finished.

Let me know if you make a card using either. I'd love to see it !


Sunday, January 16, 2011

Freebie Digistamp !

I needed a digistamp for a card project. It's in png , so snag it if you'd like.
You can use it anyway you like, but credit is always appreciated.
Click on the image for original size and right click to save AS a png.
You'll preserve the image with no background
and it will print on any color paper you choose to use.
It prints and cuts out nicely with a 2 " punch. Print on cardstock and
color in the paw print using your markers and it looks really cute.
I made a non pet one for SugarPawScraps also. If you need one with a heart,
stop by and grab it.

Wednesday, January 12, 2011

I'm still here......

I haven't been in the mood for digital creating lately :-( It was a sad year for me
last year. I lost my beloved 3 1/2 year old yorkie in August to a fast aggressive cancer called multiple myeloma . She was only sick 20 days. After many transfusions , biopsies, medications and tests, the vets treating her could not save her. She had a pulmonary hemorrhage on the 20 th day and left for Rainbow Bridge. I've been in a blue funk for awhile now. I miss her so much. She was not quite 4 pounds and very much loved.
I hope to get back to digital designs soon. In the mean time , I've been making homemade cards in my craft room when I'm not helping with family and grandkids.
Paper scrapping has kept me from my overwhelming sadness in losing my sweet Lily.
I hope you all had a beautiful Christmas Holiday ! We've been snowed in since yesterday , so I'm going to finish a project or two.