Color Palette No. 69

Thursday, June 28, 2018


See a color (or colors) that you like? Below you'll find each hex color code typed out so that you can easily copy them to your clipboard!

#D0C2C1 #E2D8D7 #7D844B #78574B #CA8D89 #D9AE8C

Color Palette No. 68

Wednesday, June 27, 2018


See a color (or colors) that you like? Below you'll find each hex color code typed out so that you can easily copy them to your clipboard!

#F9DFE0 #ECBDBF #8AC4C1 #3D8B7D #8FBC91 #DBC557

Color Palette No. 67

Tuesday, June 26, 2018


See a color (or colors) that you like? Below you'll find each hex color code typed out so that you can easily copy them to your clipboard!

#A0BC5D #7B994E #479891 #A25D7C #E9D8A8 #FAF5E9

Shop Update: Unicorn Magic

Sunday, June 24, 2018


I actually had this Unicorn Magic clipart set sketched out back in February '17 but when it came to digitize it, it just wasn't working for me. I liked how it looked in my sketches but in vector form... I wasn't loving it. So I decided to shelve it for a little bit but then time went on and I forgot about it, oops! But I'm so glad I did because I came back to the unicorns this June and I love how it turned out! Sometimes taking a break from a project and coming back to finish it later makes all the difference in the world.

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Color Palette No. 66

Thursday, June 21, 2018


See a color (or colors) that you like? Below you'll find each hex color code typed out so that you can easily copy them to your clipboard!

#FCC7C5 #FFDEDA #F892C1 #FEDD47 #01B257 #EEEBEB

Color Palette No. 65

Wednesday, June 20, 2018


See a color (or colors) that you like? Below you'll find each hex color code typed out so that you can easily copy them to your clipboard!

#5F98A9 #8AB6C6 #BDD7DF #E7BB8D #F2D6B8 #E5E5E5

Color Palette No. 64

Tuesday, June 19, 2018


See a color (or colors) that you like? Below you'll find each hex color code typed out so that you can easily copy them to your clipboard!

#FFD6DA #FFC6D0 #E1F7E7 #D1EAF5 #C3D6F2 #768CCE

Shop Update: Kawaii Faces

Sunday, June 17, 2018


I love adding Kawaii Faces to inanimate objects because A) it's so cute and B) it adds charm! However, the majority of my clipart is actually lacking Kawaii Faces but with this new set, you can easily give personality to any clipart image from my shop!

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Freebie • 4th of July

Friday, June 15, 2018


Today I'm sharing 3 little goodies to help you celebrate the 4th of July! Enjoy. :)

Please look over the Terms of Use below before using this clipart.

TERMS OF USE
• Do not sell/share the original file(s).
• Do not create SVG/cutting files, photoshop brushes or digital stamps to sell/share.
• Do not claim graphic(s) as your own.
• You may incorporate the graphic(s) into your own design (i.e. add text, background, etc.) to sell/share.

Color Palette No. 63

Thursday, June 14, 2018


See a color (or colors) that you like? Below you'll find each hex color code typed out so that you can easily copy them to your clipboard!

#AEDFDB #F4D94E #F38D9B #21B7A9 #99D45D #EDEDEF

Color Palette No. 62

Wednesday, June 13, 2018


See a color (or colors) that you like? Below you'll find each hex color code typed out so that you can easily copy them to your clipboard!

#F8C304 #FF329D #340763 #6C117B #04558A #0182B0

Color Palette No. 61

Tuesday, June 12, 2018


See a color (or colors) that you like? Below you'll find each hex color code typed out so that you can easily copy them to your clipboard!

#459C9C #2E8E9A #206175 #B5E3C7 #9CD5AD #EAC49E

Free Fonts • Patriotic Favorites

Monday, June 11, 2018



The 4th of July will be here before we know it and I wanted to share some of my favorite fonts for the holiday! While all of these are free for personal use, they might not be for commercial use. Always check the licensing before using them!

DOWNLOAD LINKS
• Freedom | Motion Picture
• Fireworks | Kingthings Whizzbang
• Stars & Stripes | Stars and Stripes
• Land of the Free | Litoland Italic
• United States | Morbodoni
• 4th of July | US Declaration
• Liberty | Hondurhas 
• America | US Stars N Stripes
• Independence | Red Velvet
• American Dream | American Donuts
• Patriotic | LMS Star Spangled
• Home of the Brave | Army Rust

Shop Update: Gender Reveal

Sunday, June 10, 2018


A friend suggested I create a Gender Reveal clipart set and here is the result! You'll find several different items perfect for various Gender Reveal party themes. Matching digital papers & digital stamps are also available!

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How to Make Glitter in GIMP

Friday, June 8, 2018



I just LOVE glitter! It's gorgeous and adds a nice sparkly touch to projects. Trying to capture its shimmer digitally can be a bit of a challenge. But after playing around with filters and tweaking settings, I think I've got a fairly simple way of making some sparkly, pretty glitter!

For this tutorial, I will be using GIMP 2.10, which a free, open-source image editor. You can download the latest version HERE.

STEP 1 » We'll start by opening a new file. Go to File > New and choose the size you want your glitter texture to be. I'll be making mine 600x600 pixels but feel free to make yours bigger or smaller.


STEP 2 » Set your foreground color to #a4a4a4 and use either the Bucket Tool or go to Edit > Fill with FG Color to fill your canvas.


STEP 3 » Next, go to Filters > Noise > RGB Noise. Make sure only Correlated Noise is selected and set Red | Green | Blue to 0.500.

For GIMP 2.8: Set RGB to 0.25.


STEP 4 » Now we're going to make the glitter a little bigger by going to Filters > Artistic > Cubism. Set the Tile Size to 2.00 and Tile Saturation to 2.500.

For GIMP 2.8: Set Tile Size to 1.3 and Tile Saturation to 1.6.


STEP 5 » In your layers panel, right-click the layer and hit Duplicate Layer. With the duplicated layer selected, go to Layer > Transform > Rotate 90° Clockwise.


STEP 6 » Change the layer Mode of your rotated layer to Burn and change the Opacity to 50.0.

For GIMP 2.8: Set the Opacity to 25.0.



STEP 7 » Add a new layer by going to Layer > New Layer.



STEP 8 » Select a foreground color for your glitter–I'll be using #e5c181–and fill your new layer.


STEP 9 » Change the layer Mode to Soft Light.


STEP 10 » With your newly filled layer, right-click and hit Duplicate Layer.


STEP 11 » To complete the next step, we'll need to first right-click the top layer and hit Merge Visible Layers.


STEP 12 » Go to Filters > Light and Shadow > Sparkle. Input the following settings:
Luminosity threshold: 0.020 | Flare intensity: 0.40 | Spike length: 12 |  Spike points: 12 | Spike angle: -1 | Spike density: 0.30 | Transparency: 0.00 | Random hue: 0.00 | Random saturation: 0.60 | Select Natural Color.

For GIMP 2.8: Luminosity threshold: 0.020 | Flare intensity: 0.40 | Spike length: 6 | Spike points: 12 | Spike angle: -1 | Spike density: 0.30 | Transparency: 0.00 | Random hue: 0.00 | Random saturation: 0.50 | Select Natural Color.


STEP 13 » Finish by right-clicking the top layer and hitting Merge Visible Layers.


And there you have it! Your very own glitter texture. Pretty, isn't it?


I hope you enjoyed this tutorial!

Color Palette No. 60

Thursday, June 7, 2018


See a color (or colors) that you like? Below you'll find each hex color code typed out so that you can easily copy them to your clipboard!

#B8DEE8 #D4E5C5 #FDE3DC #FBB9B1 #2D8AA9 #F3EEE9

Color Palette No. 59

Wednesday, June 6, 2018


See a color (or colors) that you like? Below you'll find each hex color code typed out so that you can easily copy them to your clipboard!

#FBD6E1 #EDEDED #ACE4CB #FEC620 #F8625A #FAB4CC

Color Palette No. 58

Tuesday, June 5, 2018


See a color (or colors) that you like? Below you'll find each hex color code typed out so that you can easily copy them to your clipboard!

#FDCFBB #FF97A5 #FD8B64 #FEB78D #FFEFB9 #FCD353

How to Create a Marble Texture in GIMP

Friday, June 1, 2018



Marble is a classic texture that can be used in almost anything–graphic design, web design, interior design, fashion design–and today I'm going to show you an easy way to create your own!

For this tutorial, I will be using GIMP 2.10, which a free, open-source image editor. You can download the latest version here.

STEP 1 » Open a new file by going to File > New. I will be using a 600x600 pixel canvas but you can choose any size you like.

Make sure your foreground and background colors are set to black and white.


STEP 2 » Go to Filters > Render > Noise > Solid Noise. You'll want the X and Y Size to both be set at 6.000 and your Detail set at 15.


STEP 3 » Next, go to Filters > Render > Noise > Difference Clouds.

If you're using Gimp 2.8, set X/Y Size to 3.00 and Detail set at 1.


STEP 4 » Now we're going to brighten the gray areas and make the veins more defined by going to Colors > Auto > Equalize.


STEP 5 » The veins are too dark and thick so the next step is to go to Colors > Levels. I have my settings at 3 | 4.00 | 255 but feel free to play around with the sliders.


STEP 6 » In your layers panel, right-click the layer and hit Duplicate.


STEP 7 » With your duplicated layer selected, go to Layer > Transform > Rotate 90° Clockwise.


STEP 8 » Making sure the duplicated layer is still selected, set the layer Mode to Screen.


STEP 9 » To finish, right-click the top layer and hit Merge Visible Layers.


Ta-da! You've got yourself a beautiful marble texture.


OPTIONAL: Changing the color of the marble texture

STEP 10 » Add a new layer on top of the texture by going to Layer > New Layer.


STEP 11 » Set your foreground with the color you'd like to change it to. For this example, I'll be using #f696ad.


STEP 12 » Either use the Bucket Tool or go to Edit > Fill with FG Color to fill the new layer with your selected color.


STEP 13 » Set the layer Mode to Soft Light or Lighten Only. Depending on your color, you may want to experiment with the different modes and opacity.


STEP 14 » Once the color looks good to you, right-click the top layer and hit Merge Visible Layers.


And now you've got a pretty, colored marble texture!


Alternatively, you could paste or open a gold foil or glitter texture as a new layer with the layer Mode set to Lighten Only to jazz up your marble texture.

I hope you enjoyed this tutorial!

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