August 1, 2011

Cute Graphics

As someone who is just starting to create things to share or sell I feel that I have a lot to learn. I am learning how to create, what fonts I love, and what graphics to use.

Which brings me to the topic of the day.  

Cute Graphics

I love to use cute graphics but I find it hard to justify buying them. Here are my questions for you:
Do you have this problem?

How do you shop for graphics? 

Where do you shop? 

How do you use them? 

How do you keep them organized?

I know a lot of my friends in blogland love Thistle Girl Designs. 

I think the lifetime membership is the way to go, but $80 takes some careful planning and saving. 

I have used Scrappin Doodles once before. I shopped sales and spent less than ten dollars. Some of the sets I have used quite a bit, others I am still in the idea process.

Please tell me your experience with graphics and how you use them. I would love to hear some advice from people with a little more knowledge. Thank you!

Oh, another thing I meant to add. First Things First is giving away a membership to Graphics Factory. I really hope I win! It might help with my current conundrum. 

And TBA is giving away another Graphics Factory membership by Thursday! I heart TBA! If you haven't heard of it you should definitely link over. Just be forewarned. You WILL get addicted. :)




2 comments:

  1. Thanks for blogging about the giveaway. I was thinking about buying a thistlegirl designs membership as well. I'm with you though, I have a hard time justifying spending money on graphics... although I think I'm going to have my kiddos use the thistlegirl digidolls if that's alright with the creator!

    Amy @ First Things First

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  2. I like finding graphics on etsy, but you just have to check their terms of use. I like peach pops clip art and papers pixel.

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