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- Digital Texture Masks 2
- Digital Washi Tape 4
- Printable Coloring Sheet 6
- Print Your Own Art 3
starsky75 on Jan 24, 2017
Sadly I do not yet have a picture… I was not actually able to cut it out and hang it up as I had planned… Due to illness… But I can let you know that it was bigger and better than I ever thought it would be… So when I do get to cut it out and hang it up next year I will go back and try to post a picture to it… It is more than I ever could've imagined. Thank You 🙏❤
Priscilla Hall on Jan 22, 2017
Kelly Mcdonald on Jan 7, 2017
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The Design Process
I start with an inspiration image or object, often from the natural world or vintage sources, that gives me a design direction. From that I choose a color palette and a theme idea before collecting images, textures, ideas and other inspirational material. These materials then lead me to create the final papers and elements.
The distressed textures and vintage papers in my tag sets, journal kits and scrapbook collections are the result of careful visual thinking and editing and much time spent getting the edges “just right.” The elements and embellishments in my collections are realistic, painterly and rich with the same detail and texture in the backgrounds. They often take quite a while to finish but I feel strongly that they enhance the feel of age and timeworn dignity.
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Behind the paper at DigitalPapercrafts: that’s me, Monette Satterfield. I love it when people use my work to express their own creativity – it’s my fondest wish that you enjoy using my designs as much as I enjoyed creating them!
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Additional policies and FAQs
Because I believe that most folks want to do the right thing and will abide by terms that are fair, I try to make sure these terms are clear. I want to encourage your creativity and the creation of handmade work as much as possible. That means you can create items for sale, personally and by hand, and sell them at physical stores, craft fairs and other similar events and on your own website but not on digital marketplaces like Zazzle, Cafe Press, RedBubble and similar sites.
What you CAN do:
Print as many sheets as you wish for personal use.
Create personal use items for events and parties.
Create personal digital creations, collages and scrapbook pages for display on personal sites.
Create with no number limit, hand crafted items to sell. You must make them yourself with no employees or mass production equipment. You may sell them at craft shows, booths in craft mall stores, boutiques, or your own website.
What you CANNOT do:
Distribute these digital files in any form, include them in compilation CD or other formats, sell them as digital kits, or file share them with others.
Mass produce or make products to sell bulk wholesale to any kind of store.
Claim them as your own.
Use the art digitally in any new creation, collage or other kit that you resell digitally in any way.
Use the art for Print on Demand marketplaces such as Zazzle or Cafe Press or on other types of merchandise such as t-shirts.
License any designs that you make (such as collage paintings) that are derivatives of this work.
Use for commercial use for products of any type. There is a separate commercial license for this type of use. Please contact me for more information.