Sunday, July 31, 2016

DigiScrap Parade August 2016

Hello and Welcome to the SandyPie Creations blog.

I'm so happy to be a part of the August 2016 DigiScrap Parade route, thank you for stopping to check out my contribution.

If you are following the parade route from start to finish,
you should have arrived here from

Creations by Jill or (alt site)

and your next stop will be 

Meagan's Creations

If you get lost along the way, simply head back to the 
main DigiScrap Parade site
to view the master list and get back on track.

If you haven't seen my designs before here's a little information about me and where you can find me:  

My YouTube channel has tutorials for my projects and beginning hybrid (please consider subscribing)

My store at The Digital Press

SandyPie Creations newsletter (again, please consider subscribing)

I'm so happy to be a part of the DigiScrap Parade route again, thank you for stopping.

Now on to my contribution:

My contribution is a card that can be put together a couple of different ways.

First, there is the standard hybrid card version. The layered template can be decorated with Photoshop or Elements by clipping papers to it, then printing. First time using a hybrid template? Here's a video to get you started with hybrid templates, using Photoshop or Elements.

Second, there is also a version that you can decorate the template with digital papers and then cut the individual pieces out to assemble on a card base printed on your paper that has guides or a 4.25 x 5.5" card stock card base. This template is mostly simple cuts that can be cut by hand or with the cutting files using the print and cut method. First time using Print and Cut in the Silhouette software? Here's a video I made to show you how.

Third, a version with the cut files separated out for each color and shape, most likely to be used with printed scrapbook papers and cardstocks.

I'm probably doing a terrible job explaining this, so I've made a video to explain what I mean.

I hope you all enjoy my contribution. Any questions, feel free to email me at sandypiecreations at gmail dot com or you can drop by my Facebook page.

Thank you again for stopping by!! Happy Hybriding!!!