Showing posts from April, 2017

Free Printable Labels from The Cherry On Top

Welcome to Hybrid Saturday with The Cherry On Top.
It's going to get really hot around here.  International Scrapbooking Day is right around the corner and I've been working really hard with my designers so that we can bring you awesome digital and hybrid goodies and freebies.
The fun starts Friday with Flash Freebies.  I'll be posting the best sales of the year on all of my scrappy sites as well as links to freebies and gorgeous inspiration that will have you downloading and itching to get scrappy.
Check out the new, free hybrid for today, the tutorial of various sorts, new goods in the shop and more.  Keep reading and scroll for the link for this freebie.

I need labels for my recycled jars where I put my loose tea.  I've been wanting to work with this colour palette and thought it was fairly versatile.  When you download, you'll get the blank labels for you to customise as well as the printed labels.  I can certainly use these as well.  My tea and herbs are in the sa…

Scrapbooking Freebies Every Friday

Welcome to The Cherry On Top.
This Freebie Friday, I've got a tutorial, some new templates in the shop, inspiration, a peek at some freebies that will be available for iNSD and your favourite, links to freebies.

I've put a few new Commercial Use, layered templates in the shop.  I thought I'd show off the different ways you can change them up.  They are a super substitute when your favourite scrappy kit doesn't include scatter or you want to customise your scatter to fit your page perfectly.  Of course, if you are a template designer, you'll definitely want to add these to your stash.
Check out just a few ways you can alter the templates and start thinking how you are going to use them.

Hmm...I'll have to work on better images.  Thank goodness all of the crud from my computer screen doesn't show up!  Hehehe...  Let me explain...Bring up your template in your favourite scrap program that allows use of layers.

Choose the layer you wish to work on and if you like, a…

How To Delete Fonts

Welcome to a special edition from The Cherry On Top.

I recently heard that having too many fonts in your PSE (Photoshop Elements) can totally slow down the program.  I've seen it myself and when I cut back on styles and brushes as well, the program ran much smoother.

The idea is to install your styles, fonts, brushes as needed.  I leave a couple of favourites, but I have to admit, my program is running a lot better and faster now that I have fixed this.

Another scrappy sister inquired about the slowing of her program and I suggested this, but she didn't know how to do it and I totally forgot.  So typical!  Hehehe...I went immediately to the net and found NOTHING.  Ugh!  Talk about a time suck!  I asked on my personal Facebook and got a reaction from a designer friend with the solution.  Yay!

The best part is, it is so easy.  Double yay, yay!  Hehehe...

I and she have a Mac so the directions are different than that of Windows.  There were a few tutorials out there for Windows, but I…

The Last Page of Maya Road's Mini Album with Webster's Pages Warehouse Box

Welcome to The Cherry On Top's Traditional Tuesday.
We are finally showing off our very last page to finish up this album.  Though, I still have to choose, size and fit all of my photos.  Yikes!  I also have to decorate my cover/purse mini album which is usually my favourite part.  We'll show that to you when we get there as well as the easiest way to get tiny photos onto these little pages.
On to our last page.

I sometimes feel bad when it only takes a couple of minutes to design a page, but scrapbooking isn't always about pages that take hours to design.  You can just as easily love a page that is simple, inexpensive and quickly put together.

Remember, when you have awesome products that you love, your pages will come out super.

Check out how easy this is!  Trace your chosen paper around your page template, cut and adhere.  Don't forget those holes.  Another thing you should decide, in the beginning of your project, is how you want to juxtapose your pages in your album.  …