I found it to be a hassle when I had to click through too many folders after unzipping. I did not understand why there were so many extra folders!
I hope this helps some of you who may be having the same problem. I am not sure I described it well enough, but I hope you are able to understand and that it helps you.
This week we have two new videos and a mini kit for paid subscribers. Subscriptions are only $5.50 per month. Everything since I started uploading 1/1/2008 is still available. It's a deal!
Little Did I Know in Downloads posted May 18 - Just Hummie's portion of the previous collab is available for paid...
Please comment and help me congratulate these scrappers who have recently completed a class set at Hummie's World.
Congratulations Nanscraps (Nan) on completing the third set of Course 2! That is 60 layouts!
This is a quick tip to follow my video for making curved photo templates in Photoshop Elements. This is an alternative ending to the tutorial that can be applied in many other ways.
Learn how to copy several layers at once and paste them to a new layer.
Your photography challenge for the first second half of May is to capture a "peaceful moment". Something you see, something you do, something you ate...just something that gave you a moment of peace. Looking forward to seeing your photos. Honestly. I so enjoy looking at what you've captured.
Here's my "peaceful moment". Flowers were from Mother's Day...
Published on 05-30-2010 10:17 AM
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ABOUT MY NICKNAME
I am a much happier person being a
"hummdingertub," than trying to make money.
What is a "hummdingertub?"
It is the kind of person my Grandma was.
See the layout below.
She was the kind of person who had it in her heart to help others in all ways.
She played the washtub in a
charity band called the Hummdingers.
The band was active in St. Louis from 1966 through 1983.
Long after Grandma passed away, my Grandpa received calls to book the band.
My nickname, Hummie,
is a shortened version of Hummdingertub, dubbed to me by people on the internet.
Psst. That is padding on Grandma!
The yellow color is the outside cover of the band's minute book. The writings are a few scanned in copies from inside the book.
I am a mother of three sons (ages 24, 21, and 19) and have been married 25 years to this really crazy, goofy guy. My dog, Abbie Rae, is half beagle-half lab (and passed away Spring 2011).
I live in Cape Girardeau, Missouri, and work full-time in a law office. I am Lutheran.
I earned a bachelor's degree in business education and a two year certificate in legal secretarial studies. I feel one of my top accomplishments in life is obtaining those two degrees in 3 1/2 years, while working full time, never taking out a loan, paying for it all myself, all while supporting myself. Where as all that energy gone?
Upon my 21st birthday long ago on July 2nd, I kicked off life in a hurry. I was married on August 9th, bought our home in October, graduated in December, and gave birth to my first son in May.
Again, where as all that energy gone?
When I graduated college, the first Apples were the big thing and I remember simply being amazed at how a cursor moved across the screen. My computer knowledge was very limited. Therefore, my computer skills are self-taught. I remember learning when I purchased my first home computer. I take two feet and jump in, explore, search and ask questions, and learn. I think I shall always love to learn knew things. I find it difficult, though, to keep ahead of my teenage sons now. Occasionally, they show me things.
I am totally addicted to this great hobby!
My digi-birthday is May 31, 2005. I asked many questions and soaked in as much knowledge about this hobby and Photoshop Elements, always trying new things.
I am not associated with any shop and do try to support all digital sites.
It has been difficult to say 'no' to designing or helping out other sites, but I feel it is important for me to stay neutral in order to teach others how to digiscrap.
Many new digiscrappers dream of whether or not they can make extra cash on the side by becoming designers, especially when they see how easy it is to make elements after they learn their program. I believe, though, that quality elements are not as easy as they really appear. The great designers have some real artistic talent!
At first, I also wondered whether I should make a goal to become a designer. I prayed about it and God reminded me that I was not artistic, but that digital scrapbooking made me artistic. I was reminded that my gifts are in teaching, not the arts. It was at that time I made a goal to write tutorials and teach others.
This website was a product of that goal and all tutorials and downloads were available for free to all for two and a half years. I just enjoyed helping others and compensation was not important to me.
In the fall of 2007, I was moved to take the site to a new level as I began working for three long months to open a forum and gallery. The Subscriber Area was officially opened on January 1, 2008.
I look forward to continuing to help and teach others about this great hobby and offer help for free, as well as offer paid special services.