Watercolour and Splats

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Intense creativity and artistry. That’s how I would describe designs by Vinnie Pearce. I just sit in awe when I look at her designs. Gorgeous colors, incredible style, and intriguing possibilities. Her Watercolour Paper and Splats Pack is just so beautiful! I am sure you will agree!



This is ONE of SEVEN collections you get when you become a member of The Digi Game this month. You also get an interactive Playbook (in PDF and iBooks formats) that has lots of ideas for using the supplies including techniques, tips, and tricks! All of that, including access to exclusive collaborations every four months you are a member, for only $7.50 total per month! Here are some layouts created using Vinnie Pearce’s contribution:

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Layout by Jill W. Supplies: Watercolour Paper & Splats Pack by Vinnie Pearce; Let It Grow by Ziggle Designs.

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Layout by Vicki. Supplies: Watercolour Paper & Splats Pack by Vinnie Pearce; Zircon (template) by Amy Martin.

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Layout by SharonS. Supplies: Watercolour Paper & Splats Pack by Vinnie Pearce; Blender by Brandy Murry; Font: DJB Me and My Shadow.

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Layout by Toria. Supplies: Watercolour Paper & Splats Pack by Vinnie Pearce.

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Layout by Monica. Supplies: Watercolour Paper & Splats Pack by Vinnie Pearce; Artsy Template Multipack No. 5By Anna Aspnes.

You can see more layouts created with this kit on our “Team Inspiration” page.

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I was introduced to my first pixel around the age 10, when my father
opened up an old school paint program on his computer, I was instantly
intrigued by the tiny little pixels making up the images. An eye was
the first image I created with pixels. I had no idea I would end up
working with them as a designer, its a dream come true. I started
paper scrapbooking 8 years ago. I didn’t have much time (or money) for
it, even though I loved the idea. When I started digi scrapbooking I
was instantly in love! Finally I could use all my photoshop knowledge
as a graphic designer for more personal projects. The transition from
scrapbooker to designer came after the release of my first book on
Digital Scrapbooking in 2009. Designing scrapbook products just seemed
like the most obvious and natural step to take.

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I used the photo as a jumping off point for the theme of the design. The lighthouse has become a symbol for those who are lost or in a storm and I feel like I’ve just come out of a very crazy time of my life with my faith as strong as ever… this page means a lot to me.



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I was introduced to my first pixel around the age 10, when my father opened up an old school paint program on his computer, I was instantly intrigued by the tiny little pixels making up the images. An eye was the first image I created with pixels. I had no idea I would end up working with them as a designer, its a dream come true. I started paper scrapbooking 8 years ago. I didn’t have much time (or money) for it, even though I loved the idea. When I started digi scrapbooking I was instantly in love! Finally I could use all my photoshop knowledge as a graphic designer for more personal projects. The transition from scrapbooker to designer came after the release of my first book on Digital Scrapbooking in 2009. Designing scrapbook products just seemed like the most obvious and natural step to take.

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Everything around me!

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Computer: Windows 7 Professional
Intel Core
16.0 GB
64-Bit operating System


Program: Photoshop CC
Illustrator CC


Camera: Canon Rebel

Anything Else: no

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Search graphic design pins on Pinterest for inspiration. I get so many layout & element ideas.

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The Makery Collection and The Makery Simplified Spreads are one of my favorite products. The colours are inspired by a pinterest post. This year I’ve challenged myself into fusing my mixed media roots in with my digital collections and I’m loving it! I’ve never been more satisfied with my design work than I am right now.

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I think what makes the ‘Make It Meaningful – Collection’ so special is the soft muted colour scheme. I really cant remember where the colour inspiration came from, but I know the water colored lemons I did came from a photo I took of an old plate at a batch in Raglan, NZ. I’m guessing thats what I took the cue from. I remember coming home from that holiday and cherishing the memories and being so happy over the photos captured.

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Here are some of my favorite products by Vinnie:

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Here are some more inspirational layouts using Vinnie’s products. All of the layouts are linked to the originals with credits.

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