Do you have an iPhone? Or iTouch or iPad? And do you scrap? Then you might be aware of Anam Stubbington’s iPhone-app Sketches2Scrapbook, loaded to the brim with sketches for you to lug around on your iWhatever for quick and easy inspiration (great for crops!). Well, she just released a Winter Edition of the application, loaded with 66 new sketches (+ the usual 12 free ones you can get in the free Lite version).
I have the original Sketches2Scrapbook-app and I think it’s an awesome idea in itself, so I was pretty honored (and flustered!) to have been asked by Anam to contribute to the Winter Edition.
Here’s my layout featured in the Winter Edition-app (the large, pay-version, which costs 3.99 dollar). I flipped and shrunk some elements from the sketch given to me. I’m glad I got this “Winter” assignment, because I had totally forgotten about these pictures and upon finding them when searching for winter-appropriate images I was like; “Duh! How could I have forgotten about these pictures!?” So yeah, I even scrapped the bottom picture twice, as seen here.
Have a few images to edit now and a few words to write…then we’re off to watch hubby play some badminton!
Btw, for Norwegians:
To kronikker verdt å lese: Eliertsens “Lærer Bjørndals metode” i BT (skum gjennom kommentarene og) og Rossaviks “Død over smilefjesene” i Morgenbladet (fikk meg til å reevaluere min egen bruk iallefall, og kanskje bli litt mer bevisst - men det er vanskelig – bruken er tross alt blitt en intrigert del av det å skrive og analysere tekster fortløpende! Er enig i det at offentlige innsatser og formelle brev/mail/kommunikasjon = ikke bruk smileys, dog :p).
Hmm..and for the English-readers….as to not leave you out (I was sharing interesting Norwegian newspaper-links above): NY Times Bill Keller recounts his dealings with Assange and WikiLeaks – an interesting read, as well as What’s Happening in Egypt Explained (an earlier edition, which does not seem to be updated atm, but seem to give you a quick insight as to why)
Right. Really back to work now.