“HOPpy Easter” is my contribution to this month’s blog train at Digital Scrapbook. It’s full of all kinds of Easter goodies–pretty colored eggs, paint-splattered paper, a sweet leaping bunny, word art, and lots of shimmery glitter! I love Spring and Easter so making this was a total hoot. If you have half as much fun collecting and using it, then I am a very happy little scrap-designing bunny. Direct download after the image. And I would LOVE to hear what you think of it–good or bad–that is how we grow and learn. Lots more goodies using this color palette are available right here.
This kit was made in response to the April 2022 Color Qi Designer Challenge issued at Digital Scrapbook.com. The central color is Gray Sky #8D8988. The elements and papers are available for direct download in separate files below. Would love to hear what you think. Enjoy, my scrappy friends!
This was my response to the September 2021 Color Qi Designer Challenge issued at Digital Scrapbook.com. When I saw the gorgeous antique fuschia/dusty rose color the challenge centered around, I just had to play even though I was way late to the party. I made a palette including that color and then created this kit full of hearts and stars and daisies and lots of cute prints. The palette I created is also included in the zip just in case you want to make more items using the exact same colors, I hope you have as much fun using “Daisies & Doo-Dads,” as I had making it.Continue reading
St. Patrick’s Day is gonna be here before you know it, so I thought it was time to share this kit that might help you scrap your “Wearing of the Green” adventures this year. This was made in response to the Digital Scrapbook.com March 2022 Color Qi Designer Challenge and I had the best time playing around with the color “Irish Green.” (So much fun that I couldn’t stop playing even after the preview image was done, so there are some “surprise” plaid papers included in the zip.)
I hope you enjoy your new digital scrapbook goodies and have fun celebrating St. Patrick’s Day!
Erin Go Bragh and don’t drink too much green beer.