I love my Dad! I made this digital scrapbook page last year around Father’s Day for my Book of Me. I also modified the page dimensions to make a Father’s Day card for my dad – and he loved it! I was his first daughter. He was my first hero. There’s an unbreakable connection there.
This year has been very different. Father’s Day has sneaked up on me! It makes me sad because I really wanted to do something very, very special for my Dad, and now that it’s only 3 days until Father’s Day, I’m running out of time!
So I’m recycling and re-issuing my Father’s Day photo masks from 2009! (Feel free to skip ahead to the end of this post, where you’ll find links to get my Father’s Day photos masks – FREE! Or, keep reading for news about what’s next for Webajeb.)
‘Cuz I just want to say that I’m also sad about how long it’s been since I updated this blog. I miss it terribly!
But, as many of you know, due to the high cost of individual health care premiums, and the slow economy, I made the tough decision to go back into the corporate world.
My husband, wisely, renewed my business license anyway. So Webajeb Digital Photo Albums & Portfolios is still in business, if minimally.
Having said that, now that I’m settling into my new job and my new schedule, I’m slowly but surely working my way back toward carving out some time to do what I love most: create fun digital products to share and sell within the digital (and paper!) scrapbooking community.
Not to mention create digital scrapbook pages for my own albums! (Laptop crop, anyone??? SUSAN? APRIL??)
So it looks like my lil’ business will go through yet MORE changes. But what is life without surprises? The true test of our resilience just might be our ability to roll with the punches and I intend to do just that!
I do thank you all for continuing to visit my website, read my blog, and purchase my products. You provide the motivation for me to carry on.
So please, enjoy these FREE Father’s Day photo masks. It’s last-minute, I know; however, if your Dad is online, you can send you creation to him via email. If not, and you want to print out your photo and / or create a handmade card for him, call him on Sunday, and let him know it’s coming.
If your dad is like mine, he’ll totally treasure that conversation and the card, when it arrives, will be the cherry on top of his Father’s Day Sundae.
Don’t you just love how easily pleased Dads are?
Here are the links to my FREE Father’s Day digital photo masks at 4shared:
Set Two – Three MORE Father’s Day photo masks (click on the image to download)!
I hope you enjoy these freebies – I’d love to see what you create with them!
And remember, all my products are copyright-free! So if you’d like to share them with your digital scrapbooking friends, or use them to create a digital scrapbook page to enter in a contest, or whatever, FEEL FREE!