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by Folksy Support

Written by Bonnita Moaby of Three Generations and It’s all about the graphics

FEATURED SUPPLIER! – Rowan Tree Design

Robin is the designer behind Folksy shop Rowan Tree Design. She is a Canadian woman living in Cambridgeshire, UK with her English husband.

Rowan Tree Design offers a wide range of printible products that can be used for a host of things from Jewellery to Scrapbooking. Being a keen Journal maker, I am always after images that can help make my books stand out and be unique and Robin offers just that with a huge array of quality graphics that you can purchase, download and print.

You are guaranteed quality as all her work is done in Photoshop ensuring the best resolution for her customers. She has a very quick delivery policy so you can start creating with your new sheets in as a quick as 2 days!

Each listing has a clear image and description of what you are buying so you can’t go wrong. She also has a blog where she likes to feature what people have created with her images, so be sure to pop along and have a look.

digital collage sheets vintage cars
digital collage sheets snowflakes

FOLKSY FINDS! Vintage Lovelies – perfect additions to your papercrafting.

Click the images for more details!

Shabby Chic vintage lace for scrapbooking vintage Coffee and cream buttons Vintage music Sheets Vintage shell sticks buttons Vintage Pendant dancing girls

JOURNAL MAKERS TIPS! – Flourishes

Page Thickness – Try not to “overdo” your pages with lots of 3d elements this does hinder how well the journal closes and how much people can put in themselves, the books are for their treasures not yours.
Finishing – Always ensure that the books are bound together well and the pages won’t fall out easily, this may sound easy but once the ages have weight them it can pull them out, it’s easier to ensure a secure binding before adorning the book.
Tags – Are a great way to fill out a book and give something for the buyer to stick photos too and journal on.
Store – Keep them as flat as possible, you don’t’ want bent pages
Postage – Where possible use DO NOT BEND envelopes to ensure a safe journey, bubble wrap will help too!

Bonnita Moaby @Three Generations and It’s all about the graphics

bonnita moaby three generations logo

Bonnita will be back with another update next month – if you are interested in writing an article for Folksy please contact hilary@folksy.co.uk

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2 comments

Victoria November 18, 2010 - 9:34 am

Looks great, I’ve never tried scrapbooking but these resources would be great for collage too!

Hilary November 18, 2010 - 11:40 am

Thanks Bonnita, we’re looking forward to next months article already!

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