Friday, July 22

New Release: A Light In The Darkness

I have an inspirational set to share with you today, that's all about letting our inner light shine.  The set contains five black and white line drawings as well as five full colour images and four matching sentiments.

A Light In The Darkness

A Light In The Darkness Digital Paper

Some inspiration from my designers...

Karin's Card

Petra's Creation

Three cards by AJ

Anesha's Card...

... and a fridge magnet, also by Anesha

Annie's Card

Carla's Card

Judy's Creation

Tuesday, July 19

Snag a Bargain!

It's time for another clean out here at Beccy's Place, and that means lots of bargains up for grabs!  The SALE bin is chocka-block full of old digis that will be discontinued in the next few months, but in the meantime, I've reduced the prices so you can grab your favourite images before they're gone.

Friday, July 8

New Release: Tippy

Tippy is a little mouse with a big smile!  Great for baby or children's cards, thank yous or just to cheer up a friend who's going through a difficult time.  The mini set comes with three sentiments, a black and white line drawing plus a full-colour image.


Tippy Digital Papers

 Some inspiration from my fabulous designers

Judy's Card

Karin's Easel Card

Petra's Creation

Three note cards from AJ

Two cards and a scrapbook page from Anesha

Two cards from Annie

Carla's Creation

Wednesday, July 6

Tutorial: Tilt Cards

This style of card would be ideal for when you need a lot of space for a group of people to sign their names or add personal sentiments.   They fold out into a rectangle of card stock - as small or large as you like - and stand on a funky angle when placed up on display.  The best part about them is that they're pretty easy to make!

1.  Start with a rectangle of card stock.  It doesn't matter what size you use, but for the purpose of this tutorial I used a piece that measures 81/2" x 11".

2.  Score the card stock in half on both lengths so you end up with four equal sections.  Fold along the score lines and press the creases firmly with your bone folder.

3.  Now you need to score and fold a diagonal line that runs from the top left corner to the bottom right corner.  Fold it back and forth a couple of times along the score line to loosen the crease.

4.  The diagonal creases fold inward toward the centre of the card.  This takes a little bit of manoeuvring, but eventually you should be able to bring the two side creases together.  If you're having trouble with this step, try folding back and forth along the score lines a few times until everything folds together and you can flatten the card.

5.  To decorate the card, cut pieces of patterned paper for the sections shown below.  These sections will all be visible when the card is folded.

6.  Now you can add some stamps and embellishments to decorate the front of your card.  If you're feeling particularly ambitious, you can decorate all the other sections of the card and even add little hidden sentiments behind the different folds.  Have fun!

Photos and written instructions are copyright Beccy Muir 2016
Stamps by Beccy's Place

Friday, July 1

July Monthly Special

50% OFF
The pretty colours and cute ladybugs make this one of my favourite digital sets. The images were designed with fussy cutting in mind, so you can quite easily make pretty layered birthday cards, thank yous or general greeting cards.  And the best part is - all through July you can pick it up for just $5.00!

WAS $10.00
NOW $5.00
Special price is available from the 1st of July 2016 until the 31st of July 2016 (AEST).
Beccy Muir reserves the right to extend or reduce the duration of the sale period for any reason or at any time.

June Challenge Winners

Congratulations to the June Challenge Winners!
Sarah W, Margreet and Mel C.
You are the randomly chosen winners of last months challenge.
Please email me at to claim your prize.

July Challenge

Create a card or paper-craft project using any Beccy's Place image, upload a photo of it to your blog and submit a direct link below. The challenge runs from now until midnight on the 31st of July 2016 (AEST).

Your project must be created during the month of July 2016. You can enter as many times as you like and you can submit your card to any other challenge you wish. At the end of the month three random winners will be chosen to receive their choice of either a full set of digital stamps or three individual digital images from my online store.

Each month I will include a re-mastered digital image from my library of freebies, as well as a new, coordinating 12" x 12" digital paper. You DO NOT have to use these particular items on your project, but you MUST use a Beccy's Place image, either free or purchased, to be eligible for entry.

Beccy's Place designers may enter the monthly challenge but are not eligible to win prizes.


Sunday, June 26

Just a Few More Days...

Don't forget this month's special deal!
50% off

WAS $10.00
NOW $5.00
This special price is available from the 1st of June 2016 until the 30th of June 2016 (AEST).
Beccy Muir reserves the right to extend or reduce the duration of the sale period for any reason or at any time.

Friday, June 24

New Release: Wetlands Set

Today I'm releasing a mix-and-match "Wetlands" set.  It's a little bit different than my usual digital stamps as each image is saved as a png file that can be layered with the other designs to form different scenes.  You can use the images separately for clean and simple cards or use them all together for a beautiful river, lake or pond vista, and since they're silhouettes, you can print them over patterned paper, photographs or your own coloured backgrounds.

Wetlands Set

My designers have created a wonderful range of beautiful cards and projects to help inspire your creativity.  Don't forget to visit their blogs to see more of their fabulous work.

Carla's Card
Carla created a gorgeous, monochromatic card using just two of the images from the set.  The soft background and beautiful moon rise give it a truly serene feel.

Judy's Card
Judy also used a limited colour palette for her fabulous card.  She printed the water and treeline, then fussy cut the turtle and reeds to add some dimension to the foreground.

Karin's Projects
Karin has used several of the images as stand alone elements on her cards.  She used a digital software program to give the ducks on her second card some texture and interest.

Petra's Projects
Petra created a wonderful card with an oval aperture looking out onto a beautiful evening scene.  She also created two beautiful Father's Day tags featuring different elements from the set.

AJ's Cards
AJ made two fabulous cards using a variety of images from the set.  She combined the printed scenes with bold background papers and a scattering of shiny sequins.

Anesha's Card
Anesha created this stunning card by printing the images over a photograph she had taken.  She resized and positioned the ducks to give the illusion of depth and distance.

Annie's Card
Annie has used gorgeous bright blues and greens to create a fabulous background for her card.  She used multiple copies of the heron image, with some flipped and resized, to create a bird-filled shoreline.