As we say goodbye to 2019 and usher in the new 20s, now’s the time to make all those well-meaning resolutions for the new year – that will probably fly right out the window halfway through January, lets be real.
Or is that just me?
In an effort to start digital year on the right foot, I have a fun and sparkly NYE mini kit for all your celebratory digi-page needs. As usual, click on the image to download.
While you’re doing that, I’ll be over here wondering where 2019 went in such a hurry.
The silly season is upon us and it’s time for family, food and presents.
Short and sweet, today I’ll leave you with some previous Christmas freebies. If you’ve been following the blog for long enough, you may have them already. If you’re a new follower (HI THERE!), they’re fresh and exciting!
Click on the links to be taken to the preview and download page. I’ve checked them all and they’re working, but please do leave me a comment if you have any problems.
What I was going to do this month was make a whole Christmas kit, split it into bite-sized bits, and then offer it every Friday until the end of the year. Then at the end of December you’d have a nifty little kit for all your sparkly Christmas scrapping.
What I’m actually doing – digging into my stash and finding some backups because I have approximately 5 minutes of freedom a day until the end of the month (and year, eek) and I sure as heck didn’t have time to make a full Christmas kit.
But if you scroll below this post you’ll find a cute little Christmas mini kit in a non-traditional colour palette. That’s as good as it’s gonna get this year.
I was in the middle of creating elements for my purple and pink and black and silver gothic-inspired kit, and I thought to myself, I like paperclips. I want all sorts of paperclip shapes. Where can I find paperclip shapes? Then I went looking for paperclip shapes.
I’m a sucker for gold accents on rich, dark hues. This week I have a lovely paper set of navy blue with beautiful and delicate gold patterns. They’re from a retired set of papers from long ago; I picked the best of the bunch, fixed them up and repackaged them into this nifty collection.
I really enjoyed working with this colour scheme. I like the beautiful muted browns and orange autumn colours (yes, autumn, not fall, you heathens) but I don’t get to work with them often enough. I’m more of a blue, pink and purple kinda gal.
I had a lot of fun making the bunting and the cute little fabric hearts. Aren’t they cute?! And the flowery papers are lovely, although I find making aesthetically pleasing patterned papers with realistic flowers quite difficult. Do it wrong, and they just feel cluttered and weird. You’ve got to find the right mix of flowers, set them out in a way that doesn’t look cluttered or blergh, and then, if you’re me, you have to change the colours to match your palette because you forgot to do that in the first place.
(Dear Santa, for Christmas, I’d appreciate the return of my brain, kthx.)