Sunday, January 10, 2010

Merry Merry Kit!

It is finally done! I know Christmas is over but here is a Christmas kit. I was trying to match the colors in my kids pajamas. Since they aren't your traditional Christmas colors I decided to create my own kit. It is freebie for personal use only. I had to break it out into several files so it would be easier to download. I hope you enjoy it! Since this is the first kit I have created please let me know your thoughts.



http://www.box.net/shared/static/36iaac59l6.zip



http://www.box.net/shared/static/ebzcd4xm21.zip
http://www.box.net/shared/static/ed3dkf6knd.zip



http://www.box.net/shared/static/55yynsdkpp.zip



http://www.box.net/shared/static/nte6ebfbv4.zip

Here are some pages that I did with the kit







6 comments:

michele said...

Love the kit thanks!! The only thing I have to add is the alphabet part of your kit is saved as 1 file vs each letter its own element. Does that make sense?
Michele

Monique said...

Yes, I actually find it easier to put them on one page. Less file space this way. Thanks for your input. You can use the rectangle marquee tool (in photoshop) to outline around the letters and drag onto your page.

michele said...

Thank you for the instructions. I don't really know much about photoshop. I will try it out and let you know how that works. I love the kit though!! Great job and I can't wait to see your other stuff!!

Monique said...

There are lots of tutorials on the web for photoshop and photoshop elements. Most walk you through step by step how to do everything. That is how I learned. I am glad that you like the kit. Hopefully, once I get caught up with some of the stuff I just scanned then I can start working on another one.

Jamie said...

Hi Monique, I'm finally getting to your blog. It looks great and I'm so impressed with your first kit. I haven't gotten to the point of completing one. I would love for you to come down and show me some new tricks on ps. I feel like I'm stuck in a rut with my knowledge of the program. Again, thanks for the kit it looks fabulous! See you at the bus stop.

Monique said...

Thanks for taking a look Jamie! I would be happy to show you some of what I have learned. I will email you a few of the tutorials I have used. Most everything I know, I have learned either from the web or by trial and error. I am glad that you like the kit. See ya later!