Fresh Post: Out of My Paradise
I’m back to the stress and chaos of Manila. It’s the passion for what I do that makes me stay in Manila. Manila is where my work-verse (work -universe) can be found. Other than that, I would have moved to Davao a long time ago.
My Davao captures the textures and colors of Davao as I see it. Davao is home to me. Here’s an add-on pack to the My Davao mini kit that concludes my brief post about a city I love so much.
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Previous Post: My Davao
Capturing the colors and textures of a place is hard for an artist because it’s difficult to condense everything in a few megabytes of images.
This kit however took a little less than a week – my fastest so far after being away from scrap designing for almost 2 years. Probably because I was designing something very close to my heart. I designed with the images of the people I hold dear in mind… of a place that will always be home to me…
I hope you get to like the kit as much as I enjoyed creating it. I hope you get to “see” Davao through my eyes. Click here to read more.
Recent Post: Sheep and Shepherd
I finally transformed my prayer into a kit. Inspired by a prayer that I found out later was really a song, I started designing this kit ten days before Christmas and finished it a day after New Year’s. It was that long.
I guess I was afraid that it might turn out dark and dreary as I was. (LOL!) Instead, it came out with something warm and bright – probably due largely to what the kit is about and to Whom the kit is for. I hope you find the kit a lovely addition to your collection. To read more, click here.
Old Post: It’s just about Joy
This is the last post, packet and freebie for the Joy o’ Joy Kit. It was really quite a treat for me to design something this festive and whimsy for a change.
I hope the Joy o’ Joy line restarts your passion to scrap once more as it was designed to help you scrap fast and easy.
It’s designed to help you REMEMBER the joy of scrapping pages for people you love.
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All scrappers know that there’s really something special about sharing stories so they scrap their stories.
They focus on a particular moment and capture it in images, words and colors. Scrapping for scrapping sake doesn’t give as much joy as scrapping to share your joy, your pain or any moment that defines you, makes you smile and make you feel wonderful to be alive.
Every page must have a story.
That’s why I believe a scrapbooker is a very sensitive, caring person. In a world where people are always in a hurry doing nothing, rushing to nowhere or simply focusing on an important thing that isn’t really of great value when you get down to it, scrapbookers find time to sit, lovingly scrap their “story” to hopefully show or share with others. They try to capture “moments” to treasure forever.
I love looking at scrapped pages. But what I’d really love is to be able to “hear” the stories behind every page or even stories that have yet to be scrapped. This “blog” is about that. To read more, click here.