Wednesday, December 8, 2010


I am not the best tutorial writer to help people but I try here are a few

How to load brushes and actions In photoshop

My shimmering look tutorial Paint shop pro Scrapbooking

Easy silk look alike flowers Psp Tutorial Scrapbooking

Psp fast glitter

Fade block Blinkie
Tutorial 5

Photo repair with photoshop
Tutorial 6

Zazzle select device type when you see a phone case design you like see it n a galaxy case but want an iPhone well here is how
 Tutorial 7

I hope to add video tutorials soon on or about some other programs

Sunday, December 5, 2010

Advent calenders of freebies /25 days of Christmas

My shop has mostly items like graphics for creating cards and websites and scrapbooking

these others are places with 3d clothes for poser programs and some graphics and scrapbooking just read what you are downloading everything in list should be free until Christmas

My advent Renderly yours



Fantasy attic


Pams shop




My 3d shop

Renderly yours zazzle

Christmas Ornaments

a starry day ornament
a starry day by DESTINYHUNTER
Shop for a different ornament

Christmas cards

Sunday, October 17, 2010



Everything Else -come and take a peek

Castles information likes and links and virtual tours

Halloween fun and news my personal page all Halloween stuff

Advent calender links to freebie graphics for cards scrap and more as well poser clothing and such

Christmas my personal page all Christmas stuff scrap-booking my wish list gift buying guides games internet fun stuff


Welcome Update 2015 I have linked up a few blogs because having separate blogs for different topics is hard to manage, so this is me and topics I want to discuss as well my shop art photography, you will now see more on pets, recipes health, and technology. also reviews and a NAMI mental health section .
the way I have connected blogs is in right side panel so I hope you will check for articles categories and more it could be an interesting adventure lol. 

my site where it all kind of connects is

Update June 2011I have new Items On Amazon was honored to be asked. I created a new site with free download puzzles and product pages Click here for fairies

Update - I have finally found time to work on this blog and add weekly posts. I have connected my Renderly Yours store blog for news and updates.

This blog is to share some of my favorite articles I have found, and some of my own blabs, but most of all art by people like me and you. Some scrapbooking, photography, Photoshop, news, and more.

3 busiest areas of this blog with featured artists, writing links,
oh and some graphic freebies

Here are my Shops

I have always enjoyed art, all kinds of art. I feel that so much that people do in life is art, from gardening to decorating, music, writing, dance, diving, snowboarding, or so many others. Wow, the list could go on and on. Art is expression, the more you put into it the more amazing the result. When I was a kid my mom always pushed me to move forward with drawing and crafts. I dedicate this blog to her and all artists.

Childhood memories I have are of pine cone crafts, painting, and drawing. And I had all the "little girl gadgets", I loved my pot holder maker, it was a weave set, and in school we would make braided and beaded bracelets for friends. I always played around with art, then I discovered the computer and all it had to offer through various painting and photo programs, and then 3D modeling software. I love combining 3D characters I make with landscapes that I create, making fantasy scenes and fun scenes. And I have a huge passion for photography, and memories with scrapbooking.


Then check out "THE READING ROOM", it was wonderful things from people like you, wonderful links, and pages. I am sure you will find something you like.

We also are linked up with our Renderly Yours news and blog as well our Scrapbooking Crafts and 3D Pages Listed at right.

Above is one of my recent images. I hope you will visit again, I am sure I will come up with surprises like a section of just "Likes", or "Freebies" section, or perhaps for "Scrap or Downloads". Well, for now look under the "Everything Else" section for more stuff. I hope to see you again soon.

Autumn cards

Autumn card 3 card
Autumn card 3 by RenderlyYours
Make your own cards at

Thursday, September 30, 2010

The Reading Room

The reading room will fill
with articles and links

all kinds of great Poe reading , Links, history, and games and more

post with links all Valentines day gift ideas cloring for kids gift ideas and more

Feb 3 2011 A Feature read
this week we think heart health 


yes pets are allowed in the reading room we love our fur babies
check out some wonderful articles we found this week featuring cats and dogs

New 2014
Hand In Glove With History
Stop in and read some of the historical posts Squidoo lensmasters have contributed. While you're at it, how about following me?

New 2015
Mystery In the History
Bear study 

 Mystery In The History?

Welcome & About this Blog

Welcome to the Blog sharing fun relaxing and friends interests sharing Art by wonderful friends and people just like you Writings games pages links and so much more .
perhaps some craft ideas movie reviews scrap booking free stuff and links links links
maybe some for tutorials or new art tools I hope you will enjoy your stay and maybe join us.

Feel free to post comments but please be kind do to children being here and about

Shopping Art by people like me and you

From Movies and TV Items
Frozen, Monsters inc, Harry Potter, marvel comics,
Doctor Who, UP, cars and more

Christmas Photo cards
Beautiful Christmas cards Just add your photos

Wildlife pillows

Support Items made in the USA by Moms and WWF the world wildlife fund I wish I could save every animal  oh and here are some great pillows.

artists are at work people like you and me who have fantasy alive within. check out the cute pretty and mischievous fairy fluttering about these shops.

this page has the colors of spring you can almost smell the lilacs and roses

Autumn Cards
Fall colors everywhere check out these beautiful cards

Shop early for trick or treat bags they come in all sizes and some you
can even ad the names of your child or saying's you might all like.

2011 trick or treat bags they come in all sizes and some you
can even ad the names of your child or saying's you might all like.

Thanks giving cards
fun festive and colorful find some great thanksgiving cards.

still time to get beautiful holiday cards at Zazzle

Decorate your tree with beautiful art

Mousepad 2011 Calendar
beautiful Calendars

Wonderful Binders
Wonderful Binders for recipes or baby books school and scrapbooking

Hey check out this valentines day squidoo page full of great Zazzle gifts

St Patrick day cards

Happy St Patrick day send a wonderful card to a friend or loved one great artists from Zazzle

Happy easter here are some lovely cards the easter bunny left in my basket to show off take a peek at Zazzle.

beautiful spring florals on mousepads and cards come take a look stunning just simply stunning.

beautiful spring florals cardds mugs and other great mothers day Items

 member of a great group of people who enjoy flower photography a flower a day 365 flowers here are some the products. you can click items in flash panel.

Create a personalized gift at Zazzle.

Beautiful Mugs add your own saying or names

Fourth of July Wear it fissionable American

Create an indoor garden decorate your refrigerator, metal desk, file cabinet, or other appliances .. with Magnets

New 2014
Wallet cases  wallet cases for iPhones and galaxy 

pet memorial ornaments 

iPhone 6 cases

New 2015

Pet beds

I love castles You?

Castles, beautiful and full of mystery, haunted or just story filled. Take some tours through some amazing castles right here by watching videos or find sites where you can get info on a real tour. I love castles, do you? Come on a journey and learn about the most popular and amazing castles on earth, Just some mind you, there are just too many to list every one. 

A NPR story was sent to me that I saved it to my Facebook it is what got me thinking again about castles, and their mystery. I have loved the mystery of castles since i was a kid. Haunted stories on TV and then real documentaries and then today i have enjoyed ghost hunters international because of all the castles they visit in Europe, as well the regular series on there trips to haunted castles. If not to just see them, and almost tour them, as the show is doing their thing. Below is the NPR story link.

When A Man's Home Really Is His Castle : NPR
From whimsical to threatening, mock medieval castles are scattered throughout the U.S. They are monuments to wealth, theatricality, eccentricity and the Gothic revival in architecture. But what inspires people to build them?

A few haunted American castles

The Preston Castle

Thornwood Castle

The Beardslee Castle

Muncaster Castle

Tour info

Muncaster Castle has acquired a reputation for being one of the most haunted houses in Britain, however this has only been since the 1990s, partly due to the investigations of Jason Braithwaite of Birmingham University into whether the alleged hauntings are down to environmental factors such as magnetic disturbances, and partly the drastic rebranding of the Muncaster Castle estates to tourists for more than merely its acclaimed gardens at the turn into the 21st Century in order to ensure it remained in Pennington hands (the financial situation was acute enough at one stage for them to admit in a BBC documentary that the estate was in danger of being sold as they could not afford much needed repairs to the roof).

Prior to the 21st Century, most ghost books that bothered to list Muncaster mentioned only two ghosts, that of Henry VI (who was sheltered at Muncaster after his defeat at the battle of Hexham) and the head carrying ghost of an apprentice carpenter who was decapitated whilst sleeping in the old stable block by jester Thomas Skelton (Tom The Fool) at the orders of Sir Ferdinand Pennington because of his love affair with his daughter Helwise.

However, visitors to the castle have long been informed by guides that as well as the above, the ghost of Skelton and the vengeful ghost in white of Mary Bragg - a foul-mouthed local girl who was murdered by being hanged from the Main Gate by drunken youths in the 19th Century after they'd kidnapped her for a joke: those responsible were never brought to justice. There were even tales that a lion shot by the last Lord Muncaster in Kenya, and whose skull is kept in the castle, was sometimes heard prowling (& gently growling) around at nightfall.

Guests may book a tour of the castle and an all-night vigil in a haunted bedroom known as the Tapestry Room, where guest reports of paranormal phenomena include: hearing footsteps, seeing the door open of its own accord, hearing a crying child (allegedly Margaret Susan Pennington, who died of screaming fits in the 19th Century) and/or a singing woman, having their digital cameras turn off and on inexplicably, feeling themselves patted, experiencing changes of room temperature, chest pains, and even being inexplicably tossed out of the bed.

Leap Castle, Ireland

Berry Pomeroy castle

Windsor Castle

Windsor Castle

Tour info

Windsor Castle, in Windsor in the English county of Berkshire, is the largest inhabited castle in the world and, dating back to the time of William the Conqueror, is the oldest in continuous occupation. The castle's floor area is approximately 484,000 square feet (44,965 square metres).

Together with Buckingham Palace in London and Holyrood Palace in Edinburgh, it is one of the principal official residences of the British monarch. Queen Elizabeth II spends many weekends of the year at the castle, using it for both state and private entertaining. Her other two residences, Sandringham House and Balmoral Castle, are the Royal Family's private homes.

Most of the Kings and Queens of England, later Kings and Queens of Great Britain, and later still kings and queens of the Commonwealth realms, have had a direct influence on the construction and evolution of the castle, which has been their garrison fortress, home, official palace, and sometimes their prison. Chronologically the history of the castle can be traced through the reigns of the monarchs who have occupied it. When the country has been at peace, the castle has been expanded by the additions of large and grand apartments; when the country has been at war, the castle has been more heavily fortified. This pattern has continued to the present day.

info collected from wikki and investigated other places

Edinburgh Castle

Chillingham Castle

tour info

Its current owners market the castle as being the most haunted castle in Britain. . It has been investigated on television and radio (namely, Most Haunted, I'm Famous and Frightened!, Scariest Places On Earth, Holiday Showdown, Alan Robson's Nightowls) and now Ghost Hunters International.

The most famous ghost of the castle is the "blue (or radiant) boy", who according to the owners used to haunt the Pink Room in the castle. Guests supposedly reported seeing blue flashes and a blue "halo" of light above their beds after a loud wail. It is claimed that the hauntings ceased after renovation work revealed the bodies of a man and a young boy bricked inside a 10-foot-thick wall. The owners also claim that the ghosts of John Sage, a former torturer, and of Lady Mary Berkeley haunt the castle. Guests have reported hearing screams for help and doors slamming mysteriously.

info collected from wikki and investigated other places

Tutbury Castle

official site

Tutbury Castle is a largely ruinous medieval castle at Tutbury, Staffordshire in the ownership of the Duchy of Lancaster. It is a Grade I listed building. The castle is currently leased by Lesley Smith, famous for appearing on the TV show Most Haunted.

Tutbury Castle became the headquarters of Henry de Ferrers and was the centre of the wapentake of Appletree, which included Duffield Frith. With his wife Bertha, he endowed Tutbury Priory with two manors in about 1080. It would seem that Tutbury at that time was a dependency of the Norman abbey of St Pierre%u2011sur%u2011Dives.

The castle was destroyed by Prince Edward in 1264 after the rebellion of Robert de Ferrers, 6th Earl of Derby. In 1269, after a further rebellion the lands were given to Edmund Crouchback and have remained part of the Duchy of Lancaster.

Apart from the 12th century chapel the ruins date from the 14th and 15th centuries when the castle was rebuilt. Mary, Queen of Scots was imprisoned in the castle in the 16th century.

info collected from wikki and investigate

d other places
Glamis Castle

Tour info

The most famous legend connected with the castle is that of the Monster of Glamis, a hideously deformed child born to the family. In the story, the monster was kept in the castle all his life and his suite of rooms bricked up after his death. Another monster is supposed to have dwelt in Loch Calder near the castle.[citation needed]

An alternative version of the legend is that to every generation of the family a vampire child is born and is walled up in that room.[citation needed]

There is an old story that guests staying at Glamis once hung towels from the windows of every room in a bid to find the bricked-up suite of the monster. When they looked at it from outside, several windows were apparently towel-less.[citation needed]

The legend of the monster may have been inspired by the true story[citation needed] of the Ogilvies. Somewhere in the sixteen-foot thick walls is the famous room of skulls, where the Ogilvie family, who sought protection from their enemies the Lindsays, were walled up to die of starvation.

According to the official website for Glamis castle, in 1034, King Malcolm II was mortally wounded in a nearby battle and taken to a Royal Hunting Lodge, which sat at the site of the present Castle, where he died.

There is a small chapel within the castle with seating for 46 people. The story given to visitors by castle tour guides states that one seat in the chapel is always reserved for the "Grey Lady" (supposedly a ghost which inhabits the castle), thought to be Janet Douglas, Lady Glamis. According to the guides, the chapel is still used regularly for family functions, but regardless, no one is allowed to sit in that seat.

The late Sir David Bowes-Lyon, while taking a late stroll on the lawn after dinner, reportedly saw a girl gripping the bars of a castle window and staring distractedly into the night. He was about to speak to her when she abruptly disappeared, as if someone had torn her away from the window.[citation needed]

Earl Beardie was a guest in Glamis Castle. One night he was drunk and demanded to play cards. It was the sabbath, and his hosts refused. Lord Beardie was so furious that he claimed that he would play with the Devil himself. A stranger turned up at the castle and enquired if Lord Beardie wanted a partner to play cards with. They began to play in one of the rooms. Later, the servants heard yelling and curses coming from the room. One peeped through the keyhole, and the story goes that a blast of light through that keyhole blinded him. The stranger disappeared,taking the Earl's soul with him

Many[who?] have claimed to hear shouting and the sound of dice rolling. It is claimed that the Earl is still playing cards with the Devil

info collected from wikki and investigated other places