Freebie Friday – Blue Watercolour

Whoa, what a week. Or three. I’ve lost count. Between sick, sick and sicker, along with questionably timed 12km hikes, an upcoming birthday party and I don’t even know what’s happening anymore.

It’s already the second week of October and I have absolutely no clue where 2018 has gone. (It’s probably under the couch with all that missing LEGO. I’ll check later.)

This week we have some lovely calm blue patterned watercolour papers. Because I could sure as heck use the CALM.

Freebie Friday – Greyscale Sketch

Something short and sweet and very simple because I’m recovering from my millionth sinus infection in the last 3 months, as well as crazy aching legs from a 12km hike through rough terrain on Wednesday. I assume my legs will be fully functioning and pain free sometime next week. Hopefully.

This week I have some nice and simple greyscale geometric patterns. Use them by themselves or throw them over a textured kraft base and play with layer styles for a cooler effect.

Happy scrapping!

Freebie Friday – Summer Green

September opened with lovely spring weather. Blue skies, fluffy clouds, lovely temperate days. And then boom! – a raging storm, with bonus hail, and icy cold winds. Just after I’d removed my lovely flannel sheets. Typical. Oh, and a flooded, waterlogged car that eventually started growing plant life. Ah, the miracle of life!

The weather is picking up again, and gorgeous greens are slowly spreading through the city. To celebrate this springing of spring, this week we have a paper pack in a beautiful shade of brilliant, vibrant green.

And we get a new car, so woo! (It probably won’t be green, though.)

Happy scrapping!

Freebie Friday – Bluebird

You might have guessed, but I love my patterned papers. I love to look at them and I find making them quite cathartic. Occassionally, I even use them in my scrapbooking!

This week’s freebie is a gorgeous blue and white patterned paper pack. The patterns are delicate and very pretty.

I hope you enjoy using them as much as I enjoyed making them.