I'm getting quite a collection of digital images. When I first started collecting them, I put them all into their own folders. Make It Crafty had a folder, Mo Manning had a folder, well, you get the idea. And then one day I needed an image with a balloon...there I was - stuck with 20 folders and looking through each one. Eventually, I found a Dustin Pike image that worked. I had wasted too much time trying to find the right image so I went to each folder and renamed every image with the name of the creator. So, butterfly-swing-angle-part2.png became Make It Crafty_butterfly-swing-angle-part2.png. This might seem to be a labor intensive project but after you've renamed the first one, copy the added text (i.e, "make it crafty"), right click on the file name, click on rename, your file name will become highlighted, place your cursor at the beginning of the file name (make sure the name is no longer highlighted) and hit ctrl+v. This will actually go quite quickly. Once you have all of your current digital images renamed, move them from their individual files to a large one containing all of your digital images. You can scroll through them and still know where you got them so you can give credit to the proper person. Now it only takes me minutes to find an image, not an hour and as I buy or collect new images, I rename them immediately.
This card is for the Duchess of Gilli - she knows who she is. My loyal Duchess, this is your queen: