Freebie Friday – Bush Bash [Pixel Scrapper September Blog Train]

It’s not Friday, it’s actually Saturday, and it’s definitely not the beginning of the month – September is actually almost over.

August was quite busy. I finished chemo (yay!) and went off for surgery (a little yay, a little nay). Surgery went well and I’m recovering nicely. It’s a bit weird having temporary fake boobs, but it’s better than having a cancerous lump hanging out in my body. I’ve had a couple of hiccups from the pathology results (I actually have another surgery next week) but I’m so close to the end of active treatment – late November if everything goes according to plan.

I’m here briefly popping my head in with a blog train contribution. This will probably be the last one for the year – but probably not the final freebie. I have a couple of things planned but, seeing as I’m entering the next phase of my treatment (6 weeks of radiotherapy, 5 days a week), I’m trying not to set any designing goals that I might not be able to complete. My only plan so far is to take it easy for now and prepare myself to prepare for Christmas. It’s been an absolute crap-fest of a year so I’m really looking forward to going crazy at Christmas!

There’s not enough Aussie content around, so I decided throw a few things together. Now I’m looking at the preview and thinking I should have included a koala with my road signs? Maybe next time!


Click on the image to download the free mini kit.


The website has also had a bit of a makeover. That includes a change of hosting, so if you find broken links or downloads, please send me a message. I’m also (slowly) working on getting my online shop set up, so look for that in the future.

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    1. I’m sorry you’re having trouble with the download. It seems to be working now. If you click on the kit preview image, the download should begin straight away.

    1. There aren’t enough wombats in the digiscrap world, are there?

      I’m sorry you’re having trouble with the download, though. It’s working now – if you click on the preview image, the download should start straight away.

  1. Just came across your blog while looking through some things I have by you from 2018, and am so sorry to hear about the difficulties you have been facing over the past year. I hope and pray you are healing now!

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