It’s been a while since I’ve made an alpha just because. This one is nice and simple and rusty gold. And it’s free!
It’s also quite versatile so you can use it with pretty much everything.
(Next week there’ll be dinosaurs!)
I believe I’ve had this one sitting about for a while, waiting for some final touches. Finally it’s finished! Just a simple and cute little paper cut-out vintage alpha.
It’s quite versatile. Use it shadowed or as is, blend it into your papers (invert the colours before playing with layer styles for a burnt paper look). But most of all, enjoy it!
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.
First of all, I really want to say a huge THANK YOU to everyone who has left me comments, both on the blog and through e-mail. I love knowing that people are enjoying my work. I’m still figuring things out and I appreciate your feedback so very much!
Second, I’ve been absent this month because the universe has decided to throw everything at me at once. But I’m offering a full kit as apology for my tardiness!
It’s Halloween in a few days and I’m a huge cliché, so check out this months’ freebie – Tricks & Treats. Full kit with alpha and journal cards too!
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.
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!