I am looking for sketches, tips and techniques and would LOVE a cricut cartridge organizer. Something with a search engine, where if you're looking for a particular image it will tell you what carts have that image- wouldn't that be GREAT!!!
I downloaded a free color app called Peppermint.
"Peppermint is a professional color wheel to help you choose the colors you need for digital design, art or product development."
It's fun to mess around with. it's for a iphone. other news...
So if you had a "genious" friend who "made" apps, what would you ask for in a Scrapbook App?
Sketches, supplies organizer (by manufacturer and collection), photo ability for the organizer, Canadian store availability (HAHAHA that won't happen ), basically a functional way to keep track and see what sketches I have in mind at the same time. Oh and stickles charts, glimmer mist/glam/glaze charts, smooch charts, perfect pearls charts, and viva pen charts please
Above Rubies Studio has an Android app for their Cricut Cutting Guide - I haven't bought it yet but want to. The nice thing is it will automatically update then instead of having to print a new one out when they add papers to the list.
For those that don't know - ARS has made a cutting guide that tells you what speed, pressure and blade depth to use for every brand and thickness of paper out there, very helpful!
I wish there was one for android but i havent found it! On Iphone, they have a great app called Coolibah. Its digi scrap and you have to download kits. Some are free and some are .99 cents. Works great on IPad.
I LOVE playing with "ScrapPad" on my iPad! I love it- it is so nice looking, lots of cool background papers, stickers, embellishments - the app itself comes with tons of 'kits' and there are some extras you can get for .99- but so far, I've not bought any of the extra kits, because updates with more included kits come out every so often-
I just got Coolibah - which is similar to ScrapPad- but to me, it doesnt look as nice or work as well. Maybe I just haven't figured it out? I don't know.
And while I'm not really into Digital Scrapbooking- ScrapPad has been lots of fun- and I use it for other things, like for example- to make magazine style pages showing before and afters of my junk/trash 'makeovers.' AND I love using it to 'practice' or try out layout ideas before making a paper committment!