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 …
My contribution to the Pixelscrapper April 2017 Raindrops and Rainbows blog train.
For this I whipped out Illustrator for some good old fashioned yelling at my computer and practicing my google-fu. Turns out I am still excellent at googling how to use Illustrator, and sort of moderately not-awful at actually using Illustrator, so go me!
Okay, so I’ve got a pretty (and somewhat blinding) geometric rainbow paper pack for you, along with some matching journal cards.
And then as a bonus, paper overlays for use in your own designs. The overlays are all yours for commercial use (T&Cs are in the folder for your convenience).
Note: If you’re having trouble opening .rar files on your computer, there are a couple of free programs that can help you out: Winrar (mac/windows), iZip (mac), and 7zip (windows). Although I’ll certainly be happy to upload zip files if you’re still stuck.