2017 is almost over – lets celebrate the approaching New Year with one of the biggest graphic trends of 2017 – ROSE GOLD!
The last freebie of the year is a cute little sparkly paper pack.
Hope your New Year is AWESOME!
Lets take a break from all the red, green and sparkly Christmas colours for a week, yeah?
This week I have some pretty cool terracotta patterned papers for all your … home renovation layouts? I’m sure you can use them for other stuff, though.
Set of three paper packs; click on each picture to download.
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.
A month until Christmas. How did this happen? Where did 2017 go?
Now I understand that I might be a little late to the Christmas party, especially considering our local supermarkets have been celebrating Christmas since well before Halloween, but this week’s freebie is a selection of red papers decorated with pretty embossed gold foil patterns. Perfect for Christmas – and any other time you need a bit of gold sparkle in your life.
In August I posted some gold embroidered navy blue ribbons. This week, I offer you the matching papers. These are some of my absolute favourite papers at the moment, so I hope you find them useful. Or just like to look at them 🙂
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.