My first paid job as a digi-scrapper!

On tuesday night I packed up my laptop and headed over to a friend’s house for my first job for my new venture JM Digital Designs. I really enjoyed it, and my friend was pleased with the result – a thankyou card for the baby gifts they received for their 3rd son. Here is the result – and she ordered 80 copies. I picked them up from the printers today.

Kit used Wee Bobby with permision of NitWit Designs.

We are heading back up to the cottage this weekend. Really looking forward to it, although weather is decidedly cooler so need to pack some woolly jumpers. I love the walking on the beach out of season.
Just time for a quick layout I completed following the ‘crime’ mentioned in my blog post of 31 August.

Credits – Kit used Who Done It by NitWit Designs
Background paper – my son’s bedroom carpet – after the crime!!
So that is all for now, thanks to those who have recently commented and signed the guest book.

10 thoughts on “My first paid job as a digi-scrapper!”

  1. Oh, that “who done it” LO is priceless….. I love everything about it. And congrats on your Thank you card order. It was so sweet and soft. Great work on both!

  2. Congrats on your first job! It turned out great!

    Love your crime scene layout, what a perfect kit to use, and great thinking to use the carpet as a background!

  3. Congratulations on the new venture – hope you get lots more commissions and you have fun! Love that ‘who done it” layout too LOL.

    I loved seeing the photos of Ireland on your blog. My DH’s greatgrandparents on both sides were Irish (hence my DD is called Eilish)but we never managed to get there when we lived in London. Hopefully one day we will.

  4. congrats on your new job! The card looks fantastic, I’m not surprised they ordered 80 copies!
    What great layout!

    Have a wonderful weekend JanMary!

  5. Hi! I came across your site and saw that you do work digital scrapping for others…I just wondered how much you charge and how you got started? I’m wanting to start doing this and wondered if you could give me any advice or pointers. What products do you use too? I know you can’t use some for profitable projects. Any information would be very helpful!! Thanks! 🙂

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