The third and final round of the Next Designer Contest at Digital Scrapbooking Studio is now underway and my kit is posted and ready for downloading (links in the gallery). I just love this palette of copper, teal, and gold, and hope it works well for your layouts for fall (and anything else). The bonus this round is a full template (pocket scrapping style) and journalcards which fit into the spaces. The nice thing about a template like this is that you can substitute your own photos or cards into the spaces, or just use papers or embellishments from the kit to fill the spots on the template. The link for the extras is at the bottom of this post (more papers and journalcards). Enjoy!
Download the Extras from one of these sites (all have the same file): 4Shared
This round, the challenge in the Next Designer Contest at Digital Scrapbooking Studio was to make a minikit in the style of Art Journaling, very popular now, especially with traditional paper scrapbookers and other people just interested in making personal journals with paint, pens, paper, and lots of other materials. So, this kit has some interesting things to help you make layouts that reflect that style. It's available for download through the links in the gallery at Digital Scrapbooking Studio here.
And here's the leftovers that you can pick up to go with your kit. They include the handy Photoshop glitterstyles (style strip available for Photoshop Elements users, too) and two solid papers.
Pick this extras kit up at one of the following links:
The latest free kit for the June Color Challenge at Digital Scrapbooking Studio. Love the color palette, very well suited for a vintage kit. I hope you enjoy using this kit! You can download the pieces here:
Well, it's been a while since I posted anything, so here's a new kit for you. It's part of the Blogtrain hosted at Pixel Scrapper, with some lovely springtime colors and a theme of "Renewal." There are lots of free coordinating kits to be had by following the blogtrain; you can see the schedule at Pixel Scrapper. Hope you enjoy my part!