Friday, December 28, 2007

Wednesday, December 26, 2007



Holiday Words Freebie

I hope everyone had a wonderful holiday! Ours was quiet - well as quiet as it can be with the boys lol. We opened gifts, had dinner and cookies and pretty much layed around and were lazy lol. We watched some of the parade and a few movies etc.,

So here is a little freebie for everyone. Just a few word gems for the holidays to help spruce up your layouts ;) Please remember to not share the link with anyone but send them here to my blog to download. Also a few comments would be nice. The average for comments to downloads has dropped to just about 1%, that's not very nice. There are those of you who ALLWAYS leave a comment - thank YOU Ladies ;) Ok off my soap box now. Feel free to download, and have a wondeful day ;)

Friday, December 21, 2007

New Items in my stores ;)

I haven't put up any new designs here I know. I am so busy, still partly from the move but also because of the Holidays. Lot's to cook and bake, decorations, cards - I need to get out so many cards this year, we haven't even finished our town around the tree yet. The boys are all over with their new friends so we are learning the area very quickly lol. John has a friend who is probably sleeping over tonight and Charles wants to sleep over one of his friends houses. The parents here are a lot like I am, they want to see where their kids are going and talk with the parents not just (maybe) a phone call and that's it. I like that. Charles spent the other night at his friends house and they spent most of their time on the trampoline, running around and watching movies lol. I had a vague memory of people being nice and friendly and kids not having to worry about leaving their house but now I am living it again lol. It's great to see them so happy and having a good time being kids.

Anyway.... now that I have chewed your ear off (or in this case your eyes) here are some of my new designs which have hit and will be hitting my stores:

Also be sure to look for a sale before the end of the year! I am working on something special to celebrate the New Year!!

Gotta run and get some more cookie dough made. There are only 6 batches done and Charles ate some of one. Sighhhhh lol kids.

Thursday, December 20, 2007


I admit it, when it comes to blinkies, I just get too crazed and I go overboard and, well, they just don't come out right lol. So here is my proposal. Starting today and ending December 20th I am going to hold a Blinkie contest.

Here are the rules:

You need to make either a Blog Blinkie or Fan Blinkie or BOTH
You may make and submit up to two different STYLE Blinkies - PLEASE NO HOLIDAY THEMES
Blinkies may be made using any of MY freebies or pieces of MY purchased designs
Blinkies need to have "Designs by TerrellS" included
Blinkies need to be 150 X 50 pixels - They can be created at 300 dpi but need to be saved at 72 dpi

Please send your submissions to by MIDNIGHT DECEMBER 20TH CST. Any submissions received after this date will not be eligible for consideration. The winner will be announced by Midnight CST December 23rd!

Now, you may ask what's in it for you? Well the winner will get a $10 gift certificate good at any of my stores for any of my PERSONAL USE designs ;) So let's get those submissions in Ladies :)

Monday, December 17, 2007

Donkey Love Freebie

Welcome to the Stone Accents Studios Holiday Caroling Blog Train. My contribution is based on one of my favorite Christmas Songs "Dominic the Donkey" Have you ever heard it before? Being from Brooklyn I automatically loved this song. Check it out if you want before snagging my freebie "Donkey Love"


Did you watch it? LOL I love that song, can't help it. Ok here's my contribution aptly entitled "Donkey Love"

Be sure to scroll down now and visit the other Caroling SAS-y Ladies for their Caroling Contributions!

Skrapper Digitals

Also, have you checked out our NEW SAS-y DESIGNERS? Check out the winners and be sure to download all of the FREE KITS still available from the contest!

Friday, December 14, 2007

4 Shared

See? I used to have all the links at Sendspace and people kept complaining that they couldn't get the links because it would say free downloading was busy. Now I put the files at 4 Shared and now it wouldn't let people in. The links are working now though and I see the download counts going up ;) I hope you all enjoy it and don't forget to visit the other blogs for the rest of the kit.

Hot Chocolate Freebie anyone?

First let me say that I did a boo boo. It is the "HOT CHOCOLATE" Blog Train not the Hot Cocoa Blog Train. I have been slightly "off" the past few weeks so please forgive me. The good news is that you can still get it here! Be sure to grab both files then check below to see whose blog you can get the next contribution from.

Hot Chocolate - Moo Two Blog Train by TerrellS

TerrellS Hot Cocoa 1
TerrellS Hot Cocoa 2

Now, if you are thirsty for more head on over to Jeanette Bollinger Designs for more HOT CHOCOLATE ;)

Thursday, December 13, 2007

"The Giving Chest - 12 Days of Christmas Sale"

This Year's Charitable Cause - The Road Home

The Road Home provides support and shelter to men and women from all walks of life and from many geographic locations. Their mission is to move people seamlessly from the cold streets into warm housing, from despair and alienation towards hope and inclusion.

DAZ 3D will donate half of all proceeds on items included in the
"The Giving Chest - 12 Days of Christmas Sale" to this charity.

Check Daily through Christmas Eve for Additional One Day Sales!

Produced by DAZ Productions and written by the company's president, Dan Farr, 'Mr. Finnegan's Giving Chest' is a beautifully illustrated and inspirational Christmas story about the joy of giving. Dick Van Dyke portrays Mr. Finnegan, a kind-hearted toymaker who helps a young girl understand the true meaning of Christmas. 'Mr. Finnegan's Giving Chest' is available now through DAZ Productions' website.

Throughout the process, DAZ Productions used DAZ|Studio to create all the illustrations for the book. Based on early pencil sketches, initial scenes were laid out in DAZ|Studio with content gathered from DAZ Productions' online store -- a virtual shopping mall of 3D models and accessories. These initial composites were then improved in DAZ|Studio's real-time environment, where lighting, cameras, poses and other elements were continuously refined. With assistance from NVIDIA, DAZ Productions used OpenGL to interact with the large scenes in real time and produce many of its test renders in a matter of only seconds, saving them a substantial amount of production time. Final renders were produced using 3Delight, DAZ|Studio's software renderer option.

Tuesday, December 11, 2007


Freebies, prizes, chats, challenges, giveaways, and more!! HOLY COW!!! Celebrate Moo Two turning 1 this week with all of us at the farm!


All you have to do is grab one of the blinkies below and show your support to Moo Two Designs!! If you are caught being nice and not naughty you will receive a gift!! Simply post one of the blinkies in your signature block on the sites that you visit!! If you are caught with a support blinkie you will win a gift!! Starts December 14th - December 16th!! Be sure to register in the forums so you know if you win!!

Friday, December 7, 2007

Collaborative Personal Use Grab Bag!

Be sure to check out the Grab Bag sale this weekend at Divine Digital. The Special Collaborative Grab Bag for Personal Use created by Shannon Fahrnbach and myself is around 300 MEGS! Be sure to grab it this weekend for only $2!! This kit is HUGE!!

Wednesday, December 5, 2007

Happy Chanukka & Everything for a reason....

Firstly let me say Happy Chanukka to all of my fellow scrappers out there who are celebrating this wonderful Holiday. According to my little Poll on the right, there aren't very many of you but that makes it no less important.

Everything for a reason is an expression I have come to use more and more frequently as I have gotten "Older" I use older because physically I am degenerating but mentally I am still in High School lol. Of course it could be that my mind degenerated first and I am just not aware of it lol. ANYWAY, I have never considered myself a "Religious" person. I don't go to church every weekend for mass, I hardly even go on the holidays and unfortunately I have taken the Lord's name in vain to the point that I have lost count. We did, however, make sure that both of my children were baptised and that they know Bible stories, they know who most of the people were and we even use them as reference on occasion. I believe children should have a solid base on which to stand and where they go from there is their own choice - free will if you will. But I am going off on a tangent, back to the topic at hand.

Everything for a reason - there is a reason we were made to move now - to pack up the kids from the home and friends they have known for more than 7 years. To move 1,000 miles away and to so easily find a cute little home we could all enjoy. To move to an area where people are genuinely nice and caring and where the local bank - even though it is a part of a huge national bank - sends you a HANDWRITTEN THANK YOU NOTE!!! I believe that. What I have been having a hard time believing in - until now - was that there was a reason for us to NOT be able to get DSL or some other quick internet service at this time. mean, we NEED it, literally. I can't do any uploads or downloads unless they are under 1 meg. 5 megs takes about 3 hours and slows my 26.4 kpbs connection to an unbelievably annoying pace. Today I logged into my DAZ3D account and saw that they had re-issued my Bryce 6 downloads. That means that they have upgrades and fixes and stuff in it and I need to download the new files to make the most of my Bryce program. Wonderful right? Pfftt - all of the files for Bryce combined total OVER 650 MEGS!!! Yeah sure, on my connection it will only take about 4 months to get it all ROFLMBO. Sigh. Then I tried to actually LOOK at my blog rather than just post and move on. After more than 20 minutes, it still wasn't loaded. I must admit also, that only a few short weeks ago Alex and I had been talking about how my blog was so resource intensive and I specifically said (I am ashamed to admit) "People should have fast connections, in this day and age there is no reason not to." This statement is not only incorrect and bordering on conceit - it has reminded me to watch what you say because you never know when it's going to turn around and bite you in the butt. Currently it has not only bitten me but taken quite a huge chunk of flesh. So, yes, to the "Powers that be" I say "I hear you, message received loud and clear" And to those of you - who are now my FELLOW Dial-Up users - I apologize whole heartedly. I will most definitely keep you all in mind when redoing my blog and any downloads etc from now on. On a slight tangent - what's say we all rally together and petition a new bill that says that if these monopolizing self-indulgent, over-charging bureaucratic morons want to charge us all an arm and a leg for internet service, they HAVE TO offer a service which provides Modern Day technology? That they are NOT allowed to be so far behind in keeping their equipment up-to-date that they cannot provide the newest services within say 1 year? And they can't charge us extra because they have to install new fiber optics etc etc.... bla bla, yada yada TOO BAD, so sad. If you want to offer us your overpriced service then it's your responsibility to pay for the set-up not ours. I mean if I opened up a store and added new things and I wanted to be your sole provider for these particular items, I shouldn't expect you to pay for them. That's the cost of doing business. Should there be a general cost of living increase ( I forget the actual term, but you know what I mean) yes, there should be - within reason. if a product goes from $70 a month to $100 I say NO WAY but increase by $5 per year and that's reasonable. By the time you add the stupid franchise taxes and everything to that $5 it has become $10 anyway. I think that's fair, let's face it, these bozos make a fortune off of us as it is, the least they can do is give us modern advantages and not leave us feeling like we are in the stone ages. One of the reasons why we moved here is because it did have fast service. Of course you have to pay anywhere from $200 - $600 deposit if your credit isn't at least 700 or better. Personally my credit has gone up 40 points in the last week because I disputed stuff that was paid years ago and that already expired but was being resubmitted as new. But that's another post lol.

So, here I sit, a DUU (dial-up user), left with no current choice but to drive 30 minutes from home and spend $10 in a coffee shop and hope that I have enough time to upload and download everything I need before I have to get back home for the boys.

Tuesday, December 4, 2007

Last chance freebies!

It's the end of the year and it's time to remove all of my old freebies. If you were waiting to download one of them, now is the time to do it. Come New Years - they will be gone. The Heritage Kit, Summer Whispers and In the Dirt the QP Freebies listed here all have the links in the photo/ Title so just click on those to download them. The rest of the images in this post have links to the original posts. There are more freebies available but I figured this would enough to get you started. If the link is gone already that's it I won't be renewing expired links.



Sunday, December 2, 2007


The weather outside may be frightful, but sales at DAZ 3D are delightful,
and since you have no place to go, you can shop, you can shop, till you drop!

Choose from 90 Platinum Club items on sale for 99 cents each!*
Non-Platinum Club members save 50% off the retail price!

In addition, over 30 Non-Platinum Club DAZ Original items On sale today for 50% off!


Here are some of the sale items:

The Bakery FREE Until December 4th

TOON ELF $6.99

Victorian Winter House .91 CENTS!

Holiday Decorations $3.49

Skating Snowman $3.49

Winter Cottage .95 CENTS!

So be sure to go and Check out DAZ's Holiday Sale now before these are gone!