Friday, November 30, 2018

December 2018 Pixel Scrapper Blog Train: Retro Holly Jolly

I haven't participated in the Pixel Scrapper blog train in quite some time, so I'm excited that I finally have something to contribute!  This month's theme is Retro Holly Jolly.  I'm not sure I've captured that feeling, but I hope you can find some use for what I've made.  You can find the links to download the papers and elements below the previews.
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Retro Holly Jolly Papers

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Retro Holly Jolly Elements
Download the papers here.
Download the elements here.

I hope you enjoy scrapping all of your Christmas memories this season!  Please be sure to check out the wonderful contributions from the other designers at Pixel Scrapper, they really knocked it out of the park with this train!  I'd love to see what you create if you're able to during this busy time of year.  Leave a link below so I can check it out.  May you have a Very Merry Christmas and a Wonderful New Year!  Thanks so much for coming by!  

Wednesday, August 15, 2018

Freebie:Pixel Scrapper CU Blog Train August 2018

A year has passed and I decided to dust off my blog and post a freebie for the Pixel Scrapper CU blog train.  I hope it's useful to you!  You may download at the link below the preview.
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Weather overlays

 You can download from google drive here.

Thank you for taking a look and I'd love to see what you create!  Feel free to leave a link in the comments.

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Pixel Scrapper Commercial Use Blog Train-August

I've finally gotten a chance to get back at my computer to create after several months of working and not feeling very creative.  Since I missed the August blog train I thought I'd try creating for the commercial use one this month instead.  The theme is Fall Papers and since Fall is my favorite time of year it started my creative juices flowing.  I've also been wanting to make a Halloween themed kit, so this was the perfect opportunity to get started. 

I've made three Halloween overlays for this blog train and I hope you can find use for them.  Download link below the preview.
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Fall Paper Overlays
Download from Google Drive here.

These overlays are for commercial use!  Enjoy!  Feel free to include a link in the comments so I can check out what you made!

Thanks for stopping by and Have a Crafty Day!


Saturday, April 1, 2017

Pixel Scrapper Blog Train: Raindrops and Rainbows

Hello again!  Time for another blog train at Pixel Scrapper.  This month is all about raindrops and rainbows.  I played around a bit making the patterned papers by learning how to make rain in Photoshop and attempting to make some gradients, and generally just having a little creative fun.  I hope you can find some use for them in your projects.

Download links are below the previews.
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Raindrops & Rainbows-patterned papers
Download patterned papers from Google Drive here.

Pixel Scrapper Blog Train, Digital Scrapbooking, Freebie, April, 2017
Raindrops & Rainbows-solid papers

Download the solid papers from Google Drive here.

Don't forget to check out the rest of the blog train creations at Pixel Scrapper this month!

As always, I'd love to see what you create, so feel free to leave some links!  

Have a Craft Day!


Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Pixel Scrapper Blog Train Freebies- In The Pocket

Hello again!  I took last month off from the Pixel Scrapper blog train due to lack of internet connection.  I'm back now, although I started this one late since I wasn't sure I'd be able to upload it. 

The theme for this month is "In The Pocket".  I'm not much of a pocket scrapper, I tend to just throw stuff on the page and see how it all works out, but I've always wanted to try it.  I really like the clean look of pocket scrapping, and it's a very effective way of telling the story without getting too bogged down with elements. I have, however, seen some examples where there were plenty of embellishments!

I have a patterned paper pack as well as a solid one, both of which can be used for commercial works since both the texture and patterns were made by me.  I put them all into one zip file, I'm hoping it's not too large!

Download the papers below the previews:
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Pixel Scrapper, Blog Train, 2017, March, Digital, Scrapbooking, Pocket Scrapbooking
 Download papers from Google Drive.

I've also created some journal cards, since what's pocket scrapbooking without them?  I've also included other elements like paper clips and tape, as well as words.  These are for personal use only since I'm not sure about the fonts.  The fonts I used are for commercial use, however it's not clear to me whether or not I can give that license to whoever I give my creations to.  If anyone can clear up the whole terms of use thing when it comes to fonts, I'd love it!  

Both the journal cards and elements are in one zip file like the papers.

Download links below the previews:
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Pixel Scrapper, Blog Train, March, 2017, Digital Scrapbooking, Pocket Scrapbooking,freebie
Journal Cards
Download elements and journal cards from Google Drive.

Be sure to check out the other contributions on the Pixel Scrapper blog train this month, there is plenty of amazing stuff to pick up!  In fact, I think I'll be heading there now!

I'm so glad you stopped by!  I hope you get some use out of my creations, and if you do please leave me a link!  I'd love to hear your thoughts about pocket scrapbooking.  Do you do it?  What are the items you like to use?  Let me know in the comments!

Have a Crafty Day!

Sunday, January 1, 2017

Happy New Year! First Pixel Scrapper Blog Train 2017

Happy New Year everyone!  Are you ready for another blog train?  I hope so!

Here's my contribution to "The Guys" Pixel Scrapper blog train:
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The Guys
Download the papers here.

I'm still working on a set of tags, so you may want to stop back later this week.

Don't forget to check out the other amazing contributions on this blog train here.

Thanks for coming by, and I hope to see some of your creations.  If you'd like, please leave a link in the comments so I can check them out!  Also, I LOVE comments, they really make my day:)!

Hope your New Year is a crafty one!

Thursday, December 1, 2016

Hello December! Another Pixel Scrapper Blog Train!

Another month has passed and it's time for another blog train at Pixel Scrapper.  To tell you the truth, I just barely got this one done.  The theme this month is "At the Table", and for some reason I couldn't get very inspired.  It's difficult not to think of the holidays in December, but I didn't want to do a holiday themed kit because many designers on the blog train already had that area covered quite nicely.  So I stuck to something more generic which can be used for any time of year.

I hope you can use these papers and journal cards along with the other beautiful creations the designers have come up with this month!  Find them here.  Download my contributions below the previews.
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 Download the papers here.

Pixel Scrapper, Digital scrapbooking, December, 2016, free digital elements
 Download the journal cards here.

Thanks for coming by and I'd love to hear from you in the comments.  I appreciate every one of them, they make my day!  Seeing what you create would make my day even more, so please leave a link if you feel like sharing!

I hope your holidays are peaceful and full of joy!

Have a crafty day!


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