You know, I thought that having my kids at preschool and kindy would make my life easier and allow me to get things done. Boy, was I deluded. I’ve been wildly off my feet with all sorts of exciting activities; I don’t even know which was is up anymore, or what day it is or what the heck I’m supposed to be doing right now. (Shopping maybe? Shopping sounds fun.)
So I chilled out in that spare five seconds I’ve had this month and made some vintage-y flower journal cards. Hope you like them and find them useful. Click on the image below to start your download.
You can check out the Pixel Scrapper forums for some gorgeous and amazing flowery goodness.
It’s not quite April but here’s my contribution anyway!
Despite my ridiculously obsessive love of books, I feel that this month’s offering is a bit underwhelming, and I am sorry! But I’ve been feeling a bit funky lately.
Maybe it’s the weather? (Is it summer? Is it autumn? Will it rain today or will we have another heatwave – or both? Who knows?!)
Anyway, click on the image to download this teensy little kit.
Hearts and romance don’t have to be confined to those few days in February. Rather, celebrate LOVE all year round with this month’s Pixel Scrapper blog train, Love Knows No Borders.
I may have gone overboard with the hearts …
Spread the love, people 🙂
First freebie of February!
This month’s Pixel Scrapper blog train reminds us to Enjoy Each Moment. Hopefully my mini kit can help you document those lovely memorable moments.
Now that you’ve (probably) recovered from the excitement of Christmas and New Years, it’s time to think about scrapping your 2018.
This month’s blog train at Pixel Scrapper celebrates those treasured moments. This is my contribution to the Treasured train.
I hope you enjoy this little kit.
We’re finally in December – a new month means a new blog train at PixelScrapper – the loveliest digital scrapbooking forum around, so go check it out if you’re in the neighbourhood. This month’s theme is Home for the Holidays.
The first of this month conveniently falls on a Friday, so I can offer you my contribution straight away. It’s a (pretty big) mini kit with all the trimmings! I’m actually really happy with this kit, especially the wooden charms – I made them from scratch! And the button snowman is super cute, if I do say so myself.
Previews et al.
Another month, another blog train. This month at PixelScrapper, the blog train theme is Elegant Autumn. You can check out the other contributions here.
Click on the image below to download my mini kit.
(December is fast approaching – if anyone needs me, I’ll be here freaking out over the fact that 2017 has somehow just disappeared.)
My contribution to the PixelScrapper October blog train, Pumpkin Spice.
Okay, so it’s not quite October, but we’re only days away from all things orange! I don’t even like pumpkin – but I was drawn to the lovely autumn-y colour scheme. But I now feel that there’s not enough glitter. Hmm, maybe next time!
If anyone is having a problem with the file, please download the alternate zip here.
So, it’s September. If anyone could tell me where the rest of 2017 went, that’d be great …
It’s been a while since I’ve joined the PixelScrapper blog train, but I couldn’t resist this month’s theme – and then I stumbled upon a complete creative slump and here we are, with an engraved wood-look alpha and bonus papers.
It’s quite a large file. If you’d like me to break it up, drop me a comment and I’ll be happy to help.
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 …
Previews et. al