This is a collection of photography blogging board templates for your blog. They are set at the original full size aspect ratio of 3:2, so you do not have to crop your photos.
I searched all over google and all over Etsy and never found anything that was exactly what I wanted. There are some really cute blogging templates on Etsy but the only ones I liked were using cropped aspect ratios. So I would have to crop my photos to get them to fit. We're not printing here just posting online so there was no need to have to crop my photos.
The first download is shown above, it is a 3500x3500 PSD file. It is fully customizable. You will need to re-size it for web to your specific standards. There are clipping masks for 2 portrait photos and 2 landscape photos with a block in the center. You can add your logo to the center and change the background color if needed. I have included layers for gray, black & white. You could even add a small photo to the center.
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This template holds 2 landscape photos and 1 portrait photo. It is sized at 7265 on the longest edge for you to re-size for web at your preference.
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This template holds 2 portrait photos side by side. The longest edge is 5130 for you to re-size for web at your preference.
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This template holds 2 landscape photos side by side. The longest edge is 5130 for you to re-size for web at your preference.
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This template holds 3 portrait photos side by side. The longest edge is 7650 for you to re-size for web at your preference.
I wanted to share these downloads in case anyone else was looking for something similar. I'd love to see your post if you use it. Feel free to put a link to your blog post in the comments below showing the template in use.
These were created in Photoshop CS5 and have not been tested in any other versions.
Open this file in Photoshop. Open the photos you want to use. Go to the first picture you want to you and click Ctrl A to select it then click Ctrl C to copy it. Go back to the template and click on the layer above the space you want to place the photo. The layer will say something like left photo here. Click on that layer. Click Ctrl V to past the photo into that layer. Use your move tool to move the photo in place. Make sure "snap" is turned on to easily place the photo into the area. If you need to adjust the size of the photo use "Ctrl T" and hold down the shift key to re-size as needed.
We are so excited to offer our newest line of face wash in our etsy shop. Soon to be posted on our website. There are 5 new versions each specifically formulated for each skin types. Cleanse your skin with the luxury of all natural ingredients. This face wash offers you an all natural soap based cleanser that is gentle and mild. All products are free of harsh chemicals, fragrances, colorants, sulfates or preservatives. This cleanser is very concentrated and all it takes is 1 pump to wash your entire face.
Our 4oz cleansing cream face wash is packaged in a cobalt blue glass bottle with lotion pump. This blend is made to order and will take 2-3 days to ship out.
We have listed our line of bliss, lush & lavish face wash and also a cleansing nectar. Our unscented herbal version will be posted a little later.
You can find them listed here: https://www.etsy.com/shop/fernadele?section_id=12386617
Our Bamboo washcloths are amazing to use with our cleansers.
TIPS FOR USAGE:
Lather 1 pump of cleansing face wash in your palms with wet hands. Massage over your face, cleansing it, while avoiding your eyes. Rinse with a warm cloth or warm running water. Follow up with you favorite balancing toner and face oil to complete the experience.
When using a soap based cleanser it is important to follow up with a toner. We would love to offer our toner in the future but until then you can use a floral hydrolat spray such as rose water.
We can't wait for you to try our new face wash. Here are some comments from a few of our testers:
"I really like this cleanser. The texture and consistency are nice and though it doesn't really foam, that doesn't bother me at all. I feel like it cleanses well. We have extremely soft water and this cleanser works great with it. I don't feel like it is drying on the skin at all. After I wash and dry, I feel like my skin is clean and refreshed."
" I love how my face felt and looked after using it."
"It smells awesome, leaves my skin feeling clean but not tight, helps with dry spots on my face and does not irritate my skin at all."
"Did great at removing my makeup and my skin felt clean"
"I really like the facial cleanser. It really gets my skin clean and doesn't feel like any residue is left. It does a great job of removing oily residue off my face at the end of the day. "
"It smelled wonderful, felt good on my face and lathered very well."
"I really liked the cleanser. I liked the way it made my skin feel clean, but not dried out."
This is my second year using a home management notebook. I never really completed my first one. This year I am definitely putting it to work. I can't wait to share photos of my system. For now I want to share an updated version of my daily planner log. I found the last one I made wasn't working as well as I thought it would. I found I was just writing the same thing in it everyday. So I decided to totally rework the whole bottom section. I've discovered it really helps me to plan out my day by the hour. Not that I follow it exactly but it's a great starting out point for me. So on the bottom left there is a timeline from 7a-9p that I can write in what I want to accomplish that day. I also reworked the bottom right section. Areas such as the food log I was never using. I log all my food in on my phone using the Lose It app. What I was writing a lot of in that area was my daily home keeping and routine schedules.
I have a chart that breaks down the cleaning I need to do in my house on a regular basis. It's split up over 5 days M-F, it includes everyday routines, weekly & monthly chores. On the bottom of the log, the everyday routines, I pre-typed into the log. These are listed under either am or pm routines with space to write in more. The section between those, homekeeping, will list which daily chore I am doing that day based on my chart. I will share that chore list chart with you in the next post a little later. It has helped me tremendously in keeping a well run home. I recently found this pin and I couldn't agree more with what it has listed. 10 habits for a well run home. Check it out: http://pinterest.com/pin/231653974554934134/ This download will print 2 logs on one page. To help not waste too much paper I print it on both sides. I also print in gray scale and with a fast quality to reduce the ink usage.
I recently read about this eco-friendly ink toner that I will be trying out soon: http://www.inkpal.com/go-green-with-inkpal-com.html As I said last time, this log is based on the daily docket at simplemom.net. I just edited it to suit my needs better. I want to share it here in case it can help someone else out,
like it has myself. Happy planning to you all!
Check out the links below to download. I hope you enjoy it! *When you go to print be sure that it is printing in landscape mode, or you can choose auto rotate. Also save some ink and choose fast print quality in your printer settings. links last updated 1/24/13.
The first download is a blank version of this form, without the pre-filled am/pm routines.
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This second download has a few pre-filled am/pm routines as shown in the photo above.
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I recently updated my craft/sewing corner. I have a few pins on pinterest that gave me some inspiration for my mini dream craft studio. And so I give you pinspiration! Check out my awesome workspace. Its still needs a few fixes here and there, and that top right shelf need some work but It has improved leaps and bounds. All the hardware I purchased on my recent trip to Ikea. I used to live near multiple Ikea stores but now I have to travel 4 hours to go shopping there. So I planned this trip for months and found almost everything I had hoped to use in my "studio"
I now bring you my happy place:
The work table itself is a standing work station. On either side are 3 shelf book cases I purchased at Target. On top is a wood board, screwed on from underneath. The right side shelves face inwards and the left side shelves face out. I stash most of my fabric in that area.As you can see in those jars on the table, I started working on my facial masks and some bath tea. I've already used some myself and its amazing! I can't wait to debut it at my next local market!Here is where you can find the hardware I used on the wall:
The hangingwire system is Dignitet (curtain section) http://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/60075295/I use this to hang any patterns I'm sewing or any skin care formulas I'm working on
, and even the little notes I jot down.
Rod and Metal Buckets http://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/50221481/ http://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/40213839/I have my tools in here, from left to right:-Glue sticks, threaders, pliers-Hole punches, bone folder, tweezers-Pens & Markers-Scissors & Rotary cutters
These are screwed into the studs so they can hold a good amount of weight. Right now I'm just showing off some cool jars I got at Ikea with notions inside. Little spice jars to hold safety pin, sewing needles & buttons. My wooly nylon that doesn't fit on the thread rack. There is a little container of sewing machine parts. Up top is where I need some work, currently it has bins of sewing tags, foe hair ties & random papers I couldn't figure out where to put.
A big spool of white foe waiting to be tie dyed, my iron & some extra spools of thread.
Random jars http://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/00112540/ http://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/40064702/ http://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/40064702/I love love love these jars. I bought some a few year ago an really loved the design of them. The short jars are my favorite right now!
And The paint color!! It is "Sea Wave" by Valspar @ Lowe'shttp://www.color-swatches.com/valspa...9c/swatch.htmlI bough it on a whim and it is perfect! It makes me so happy to walk in the room and see it on the wall!Now go on a pin it! I'm going to add is to my craft room inspiration board, you should too :)
Welcome to my blog. I started blogging over 6 years ago over @ moosieknits. It all started with some yarn and two knitting needles and has evolved into a variety of fun projects.
I am currently working on this new website and I will be posting here with product photos and information instead of the old blogspot site. If you would like to view the old blog you can do so @ www.fernadele.blogspot.com.
I'm excited to start posting over here and I can't wait to share all my fun crafting endeavours. Thanks for supporting my crafty addictions!