Updates and blogging
regarding scrapbooking and craft ideas material that are available
at Furry Graphics.
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2009/01/29: Pretty marmalade and jam Blueberry
Labels in country style can be found at the free stuff section.
I have been working a lot lately and my youngest daughter (3 years)
is really in a phase where she prefer mommy, mommy and mommy. (Which
is really cute and quite flattering, but unfortunately, the updating
of Furry has been suffering a little.) But know she is snoring away
and I had time to design new marmalade and jam labels, hope you
2009/01/25: New update: Snowflake
scrapbooking tags, which matches the snowflake digital scrapbooking
frames that I did a week ago, so know you can make a whole snowflake
scrapbooking layout! Huzzah, huzzah!
I have solved the computer problem momentarily at least, that is,
I moved all programs and stuff to my super-Uber-effecient work computer.
And let me tell you: Things goes so fast, it is almost scary. See,
I am used to getting up and make some coffee while the computer
is "thinking", but now "Zipflimp" and it is
done! Scary... But really clever as well, so I'm not complaining.
2009/01/22: Finally, the latest update has been launched: Digital
Paper Backgrounds. My poor computer is in desperate need
of either retirement or a good solid cleaning, which I will try
to do as soon as possible (read: approximately 10% chance during
this weekend)! It took ages to finish the e-papers, but the result
is on the other hand pretty good. I scanned a page from my oldest
Christian books, which was printed in 1879 in Swedish.
The paper can be used for Christian scrapbooking or heritage layouts.
2009/01/17: Ah, the weekend just came and went. I'm helping a friend
of mine who has broken her hand, but luckily I found a couple of
hours to finish the Digital
Snowflake Frames for digital scrapbooking. I'm pretty happy
with the result, so I'm planning on making a (gasp!) collection
with snowflake scrapbooking tags and digtal background paper in
a winter-y design. Visit me again and later this weekend to see
how it turned out. (Unless the computer decide to retire, it is
wooorking veeryyy sloooooow at the moment...)
2009/01/15: I have finished a new tutorial, Make
Your Own Scrapbooking Tags, where I will guide you thru the
easy creation of scrapbooking tags step-by-step. All you need is,
paper, glue, ribbons, a nice golden pen... I am really happy (and
actually a little bit proud) of the result, so please have a look
at the craft section or follow the link above!
2009/01/13: Latest update: Fairy
Envelopes, which matches the fairy stationeries that I made
Just print and glue the edges together and put your fairy letter
and send to a friend, who will (almost 100% guaranteed) appreciate
your thought and kindness! I am also working on a craft idea tutorial,
where I'm planning to show how you cn make your christmas scrapbooking
tags (I stayed up yesterday to midnoght to finish them, and I'm
pretty happy with the result and would like to share it with the
rest of you...)
2009/01/11: I have done a new set of stationeries: Fairy
Stationary with writing paper in different colours and styles.
(I am secretly really pleased, since I had the possibility to try
the silk paper background paper that I have uploaded earlier for
the first time!) Yey for that! Anyway, I hope you liked it and maybe
it will encourage people to actually sit down and write an ordinary
letter instead of just writing a (boring) casual e-mail. Remember
the time before e-mails, anyone?
... Then again, e-mails are pretty efficent, but every now and then
it is nice to get an old fashionable letter in the mailbox.
2009/01/09: I have finished the Practising
the Fruit project and updated with a smiling melon and grapes.
At the moment my relatives are visiting, so time has been short
this week, however I hope to update with a new set of stationaries
and envelopes with fairy motives that I have made later next week.
(Fairies, who can resist them?)
2009/01/07: Two new fruits has found their way to the Practising
the Fruit page: A strawberry and a raspberry, both ready to
get colourized by pre-school or day care kids. Enjoy!
2009/01/05: I have started a new colourize project: Practising
the Fruit, much to my youngest daughter's satisfaction, since
she is a big fan of my pictures (oooh, I am so proud!). Honestly,
she comes pulling my sleeve saying: "Apple!" with an encouraging
voice and scream of joy if I print the pictures for her. Wow, to
be adored by a 3 year old... Sometimes you wish they would never
grow up. In fact, everyone should have a 3 year old toddler in the
house. That way, no one would ever get depressed... Ah, bless the
2009/01/03: Latest update: Free printable
Winter Scrapbooking Tags! Being born and raised in Scandinavia,
it is still strange to celebrate Christmas in sunny Queensland in
Australia. But after skyping with relatives, who are complaining
about snow and colds, I got inspired and decided to create snowflake
decorated scrapbooking tags in cold pale colours. I hope you like
the result! I am also making plans for a new kitten clip art set,
and are constantly doodling small angel kittens...
2009/01/01: Happy New Year!
A new year, and new promises. My oldest daughter's new year resolution
is to be more organized in school, so to help here I have done new
back-to-school Cat school
lables, with cute kittens and cat paw patters to brighten up
the school books and notebooks with.