Byte Me!

Okay, as you all know by now, the library system is seriously screwed up.  My sister went to pick up our books the other day, and according to the new online catalog, I had two to be picked up.  One of them was there, the other was not.  The librarian told her that the site will only let them print out one page of requests per patron, and, when the books were delivered to our branch, there was no labeling to say what book was to be held for which person.

On my end, as a user of the site, it will not let me delete two of the books from my hold queue.  I don’t need them to be held any more, because I have them checked out.  Also, I can only see one page of my queue.  The old catalog had its problems and quirks, but, at least, it worked the way it was supposed to most of the time.

Anyway, while we were (and are) are all gnashing our teeth and having fond thoughts of the new server swathed in duct tape, I needed something to do with myself, I stumbled over this:  A-Z of Photoshop Tutorials to Create Realistic Gadget Design.  As y’all know, I don’t actually have Photoshop, but I can improvise in GIMP and Paint Shop Pro.  I think my results look pretty good.  My nephew particularly liked my X-Box, which annoyed him since he loathes the things.  🙂

Well, after I drew some stuff, I decided to put them in a kit:  Byte Me!

Byte Me! contains:

  • 16 papers
  • 12 frames
  • 4 ribbons
  • 4 ric-rac
  • 12 icons
  • 4 doodles
  • 3 borders
  • 1 overlay border frame
  • 2 alphas (One is both upper and lowercase, the other just lowercase.  No numbers or symbols, sorry)
  • 5 parental warning stickers (One is blank)
  • 1 CD
  • 2 earphones
  • 4 digital cameras
  • 2 external hard drives
  • 1 Blackberry
  • 1 iPad
  • 1 iPhone
  • 1 iPod nano
  • 1 LCD monitor
  • 1 mouse
  • 2 mp3 players
  • 2 sim cards
  • 1 USB stick
  • 1 Wii and Wiimote
  • 1 Playstation 3
  • 1 X-Box 360

Lots of tutorials for this one.  The ones marked with an asterisk are PSP.

I’m probably missing one or two, if I am, I’m sorry.  The font for the carbon alpha is Impact, and round alpha is X360 which I got while doing the tutorial.

Download:  In Parts or In Full

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19 thoughts on “Byte Me!

  1. I just love reading your posts! It’s a wonderful bonus to the goodies you send out! As always, thanks for sharing your talent, creativity and wit!! =D

    Sláinte ~ Kiki
    (aka mcgaelicgal)

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    1. Weird, since it’s usually 4shared that has the problems. I’ve reuploaded the file at mediafire, hopefully, that’ll help. Sorry for the inconvenience.

      Becky

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  2. Thank you for the awesome kit and for also sharing the tutorials that you made them from. As I said before I am trying to learn scrap kit making and your sharing helps.
    Hugs, Patricia

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  3. This kit is exactly what I have been looking for to do some scrapbooking of my grandson. Thank you so much! However, I have not been able to download Elements 2. I have tried both MediaFire and 4Share. Please help! Thanks.

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  4. Thank you so much for your kits! All of them are just awesome! I’ve noticed that 4shared has a download problem a lot of times and if you reload the page and try to download again, it works just fine. Anyway, thank you so much! I look forward to coming back for more! 🙂

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