Monday, 9 August 2010

Computer stuff

Lately I have been doing a bit of clearing out in my computer. You know, being an amateur photographer eats a lot of hard drive space. I mean you end up saving several copies of photos which are quite large, so my computer started to not much space left. Because it is such a draining job, I haven't been very creative for the last ten days.

However, things changed a bit last Thursday when I had to do some prep work for last Saturday's demo at The Craft Barn. Unfortunately, I didn't take any photos of the finished cards I did - silly me! But I found some cards on my hard drive that I don't think I have shared.

This one was part of an article for Cardmaking and Papercraft. I used Origins Basic Grey Collection.

By the way, some of you may have noticed some ads in this page. Well, finally I have listened to my voice of reason -ie my husband- and realized that I spend many hours making and updating this blog and I need to start getting some sort of income back from it. At the beginning I was against the idea until I realized that all my favorite blogs had ads and as a reader that didn't bother me at all. I really hope it doesn't bother you all, and remember with google ads means that if you just click on them I get paid, no need to buy anything, so if you can click here and there it will make a difference to me.
(Oh, how I hate to write this!)


Anonymous said...

Considering your blog is my no. 1 favourite, and I check it every day, the ads are certainly not intrusive at all Paula, I had to search to see where they were!

nikkib said...

I read your blog everyday and I hadn't even noticed the ads, they are not intrusive at all. Love the card you posted today.

lucretia said...

Love your Basic Grey card with the graph paper. Good card for a man. Where are the ads? I can't even find them...

cathinka said...

I don't mind ads at all- and yes, Omar's right, you should have the extra income if you can- and no, it doesn't detract from your blog.
So please don't feel bad, you put so much thought and creativity into your blog for us followers/readers, that if clicking onto a few ads can repay some of your thoughtfulness, it's a small thing for us to do.
And I really like this style of card,

Anonymous said...

Given that you would hardly make enough to cover your expenses I don't think anyone should be offended

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