Dress My Craft Transfer Sheets

Kia Ora Koutou

Welcome back and today I would like to share with you my latest post for Dress My Craft. Dress My Craft have just released some fabulous new Transfer Me sheets which makes it so easy to transfer images onto all sorts of surfaces. For my post I have transferred images onto beautiful background papers from the Dream Door collection. I have then used crackling and distress inks to create a vintage look which I combined with very elegant dies from Amazing Paper Grace and handcrafted flowers made with Dress My Craft Dies.

For a full list of Dress My Craft materials please visit the Dress My Craft blog here: https://dressmycraft.blogspot.com/2020/09/hello-patricia-here-and-today-i-am.html

Happy Crafting

Ka Kite Anu


More digital shabby chic

Hi there

I have been further developing my theme of digital shabby chic and using my wedding photos in a layout using shabby chic embellishments from a range of sources.  I have also used black and white photos to good effect (I think) in the second layout.

Two things I love about digital scrapbooking or art is 1) there is no mess and 2) there is an undo and redo button and you can change to your heart’s content.  I do have to watch that I stop before too much is definitely too much though.

These layouts would look lovely on the new photo panels or in the Everyday Display from Creative Memories.

As usual I will put the instructions on how I have made these layouts on my Digital Creations page.  I try to remember what I have done, but if you are unsure of any steps please feel free to contact me.

Digital Shabby Chic wedding layout

Wedding chic layout

Happy crafting.


Digital Shabby Chic


Unfortunately health issues have slowed me down a little, but I can still play with my StoryBook Creator 4.0.  I have been really inspired by the gorgeous shabby chic cards and tags on Pinterest and have tried to replicate the same effects on the computer.  I have used some free images that I got from a CD in a book on Vintage Images from the library, but I could see that an old photo or one that has been made sepia or black and white would work just as well.  The other images have been digital freebies through CM. This image would look great on the new panels that Creative Memories have just released.  I will put instructions on my digital page for your information.

Created using #Creative Memories StoryBook Creator 4.0
Created using #Creative Memories StoryBook Creator 4.0

Happy Scrapping

Patricia Manhire