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My little boy's first birthday

Posted: 8th July   Category: DaisyTrail News   By: jogaskin

Hi everyone,

My little boy, Oliver, has just celebrated his 1st birthday! I thought you might like to see some photos and hear what we did.

We decided to have a ‘small’ party for him but it ended up being about 30 people! Ollie really enjoyed it though so that’s the most important thing. Our house now looks like a toy shop.

I designed his invitation in CraftArtist (of course!) with the American Picnic digikit. Oliver’s party was red, white and blue themed (mainly because I found some windmills on offer in those colours!) so the digikit was perfect!

Being pretty crafty, I decided to go all-out with the decorations so we had balloons, paper chains and windmills ALL OVER the garden! Ollie was so excited when he saw everything! Unfortunately the weather wasn’t amazing so our summer bbq was spent mostly indoors.

We are just about to send out our ‘thank you’ cards to everyone so here’s a sneak peek (again made using CraftArtist and the American Picnic digikit).

As you can tell, Ollie is very cheeky but such a happy little boy.

Thanks for reading!
Jo x

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Winners of our Super Scrapper 2014 competition

Posted: 3rd July   Category: DaisyTrail News   By: jogaskin

Hi everyone,

This week we announced our winners for the Super Scrapper 2014 competition on Facebook. Here are the winning pages - hope you like them!

OVERALL WINNER - OUR SUPER SCRAPPER 2014:

SAM LAY!

We also had three category winners for each week. They were Gracie & Tracy (Week 1), Orsi Sokorai (Week 2) and Jean Griffiths (Week 3). Here are their amazing pages:

Thank you to everyone that entered and voted.

Thanks,
Jo

 

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New video: Create a mask frame in CraftArtist

Posted: 19th June   Category: How to's   By: jogaskin

Hi everyone!

I've made a quick video to show you how to create your own mask frames in CraftArtist 2 (like the Graphic Authority and Diane Rooney Edges frames).

Please note - we make our own mask frames at CraftArtist HQ, so you could either have a go at making some yourself (make sure you export as a transparent PNG!); or you can download/buy some online.

Hope you like the video!

Thanks,

Jo

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