So fabulous – The Nifty Pixel

Hello there, lovelies!!! There has been a few digi kit reveals over at the Nifty Pixel blog in the past weeks which I totally missed. BUT I have still not been uncreative.

The reason why I have been chasing my tail is a) I lost my job recently which led to a frantical job search with lots of ups and downs in my daily life. The hardest part was to get thru the “psycological side effects” such a throw back brings with it. And, to be honest, I am still struggling. And then, when I had almost given up on believing a new job came along. So the past weeks, since I started at the new job, have been a real rollercoaster ride. I am trying to get myself and the family to adjust to all these changes and challenges the new situation brings with it. That is why I don´t seem to be able to finish things in time and always find myself a little bit behind the schedule.

And then there is reason b) too. See, I bought myself a A3 color printer which allows me to print the gorgeous digi designs into hybrid gorgeousness in the convenience of my own home. LOL! Sounds like a marketing slogan ;-). So all the hybrid papers I am using from this card on, are printed with my new color printer.

Here is the first one made out of the “In the Garden” mini kit Em designed. I have used the gorgeous birdie paper on the card :).

And then something to my printer. Like I said  it is a A3 color printer and it is by Epson (Epson WorkForce 7610DWF). When I print the 12×12 inch papers, I use an A3 sized paper and print in landscape mode. That way I get an almost 12×12 inch sized page out in the end. Only one side is about 8 mm short of the regular 12×12 inch size. Which I don´t mind at all – if you are not measuring, you will hardly notice any difference.The printing results are great and the printer is quite fast too.

This paper is also printed with that particular printer. I´ve only added a little vellum piece to go with the patterned paper and then added some stamping, ink splatters and an older Prima flower from my stash.

Hope you will give hybrid a try!! It is soooo much fun 🙂
xxx, Sanna