I tiled, I patterned, and then I ran it through a watercolour filter because watercolour makes everything prettier, doesn’t it?
At present, I would very much like to wish myself into the middle of the desert. But only for a little while because I’ll burn like an egg on a dasboard in Arizona. In the meantime, as I potter around twiddling my thumbs and waiting for spring, I’ll content myself with these pretty summery sienna shaded patterned papers.
Happy (and warm) scrapping!
While the northern hemisphere enjoys an early summer, we down here in the southern hemisphere are freezing our patooties off. Well, I am and I assume everyone else is (except maybe those in Queensland and the NT because I’m pretty sure winter doesn’t exist up there). So these days you can find me snuggling under a blanket with a hot water bottle at my butt. Oh, what a life!
Since I can’t actually knit, I thought I’d warm everyone up with some virtual knitting. I present to you: red, white, and knitted!
Keep warm, people!
I’ve taken the plunge and opened up an Etsy store. It’s a little threadbare at present but I’m slowly adding more goodies. For the moment you can find some very pretty digital paper packs for all your papercraft needs. Soon enough I’ll add the equally awesome kits I’ve been working on!
This week I’m offering a free sample pack of what you can expect from the offerings currently at Pixel In My Pocket. Get it while it’s hot because this is a limited download!
I hope you enjoy these.
Okay, so I might have gone a little paper crazy for the Pixel Scrapper June blog train. Well, glitter, shimmer and foil crazy to be more specific. But the greens were so pretty and I have so little control …
I’ve been lacking any sort of creative drive lately, but as usual PixelScrapper delivers the inspiration like a kick to the butt. This teeny tiny mini-kit is the result of a clever little create-a-kit via a series of prompts. I aimed for cohesion, probably didn’t end up with it. But I like the colours and I had heaps of fun working with a set series of variables rather than flying by the seat of my pants.
Download via the links.
Don’t forget the bonus alpha!