I saw that PixelScrapper had a Designer Challenge for a gardening mini-kit. I thought it sounded like fun, but as I was researching for it, I had a great idea to create a kit about a little boy playing in the dirt. Being a Momma of two little boys, I have a lot of photos of dirt play. I figure a lot of other Momma's out there do too!
So, I'm providing this kit FREE for personal use for the next month (or so). Download links are below the preview images!
I went with a different color scheme. I used a lime green, teal, bright aqua blue, brown, and a golden yellow. I'm very happy with the way it looks all together! I hope someone out there gets some use from it! I know that boy-ish kits are harder to find!! There are NO flowers in this one! Ha!
I am new to designing for digital scrapbooking, so if you find something that's not up to par, please feel free to let me know! I'm up for constructive criticism. I'm very new to extracting photographic objects...so there might be some wonky edges or floating pixels.
Wow! I'm having so much fun making things for this blog train! I'm NOT using pink though! So, my portion of the blog train will be only orange, yellow and teal. I have two little boys and I don't like using too much pink on their pages.
So you can see that I have been busy making fun word art, journal cards, stickers and matching papers! I will probably make even more of these since we still have a while before July gets here.
Many are very large and can be resized, of course. Some are available with, and without the shadow.
I hope you like them! They, of course, won't be available until July 1st!
June is here! (Finally!!) As a teacher, I can't tell you how excited I am for June (mainly June 12th!) to be here!
Here are my contributions for the Blog Train this month. I'm not a fan of English themed things really...and I've never been to Europe, so this wasn't really "my cup of tea." (Oh, shoot... I just thought of a really cute Word Art that I should have made!! hahaha! Oh well!)
I decided to go with a traditional English tea time/Alice in Wonderland theme. It was actually quite fun when I got started.
I'm not really sure what type of pictures would go with an Alice in Wonderland theme scrapbook kit, but, hey, it's a classic! Perhaps, a Prom/Dance/Party that has a Wonderland theme...Hmm. I don't know!! Any who, if you make a layout with my kits, I would LOVE to see them!
As always, leave me a comment when you download, I really appreciate them! And, I would LOVE to know where you are from!
Please note that the Quick Page is for Personal Use Only. Thanks! Click the download link under the Previews to download from Google Drive.