Today is the fifth sunny day in a row. I feel almost reborn :) My apologies to those of you who hear me whine about no sun this winter - I'd like to say I'm not normally this much of a pansy, but I have a sneaking suspicion that wouldn't be true :)
Finally some new CU flowers for your stash. They lean towards springier colors but still deep and rich, because for me at least, it's easier to adjust color if there's actually some there in the first place, LOL. There are a variety of shapes - some individual layers for building your own unique blooms, and some ready to go. In the back of my head, my layouts are always sort of a floral arrangement, and one might wish to use two of the same type of flower, but you don't want them to look exactly the same or you pick up that odd repetition subconsciously. Or I could be overthinking it, too. But now you know what goes through my head when I put a pack together ;)
I've included a flower center with stamens in the pack for one flower building look. And then I put together this pack of shiny gems that could also do duty for flower centers (or scatters, or brads, or whatever). They are my gift to you this week, and I hope you find them useful!
snowy week here. The sun is fighting desperately to peek through this
morning after a whole week of gloom; needless to say I am cheering it on
with all that I have in me ;) We've added another 16 inches of snow
this week, too. To say that I am underwhelmed might be a bit of an
It's always interesting to me when I choose a color palette for a kit,
but it seems to end up differently than I had imagined it. That was the
case with this Valentines-ish kit Just Us.
I expected it to be lighter and more ethereal, somehow, but this is much
more "me," so I don't really know where those expectations came from. I
rather like its sturdy, well-grounded, practical loveliness. Much more
useful for real life, I think.
There are accompanying plaids & solids, as well as a nice cheerful
pack of extra accents. I love what the creative ladies have done, too:
I love the variety they have showcased so nicely!
Just Us will be at the introductory sale price through Sunday in my shop, and don't forget to check out my free template at the Digichick's February Template challenge!
Til next time, happy scrapping (and less snow, hopefully!)
never really had a problem with winter, but this year it's eating away
at my happy just as fast as I can build it back up, LOL. I wonder why
that is? I finally broke down and bought one of those Happy Lights that
are supposed to - well, I dunno the technical stuff. So now I sit in
front of my little light and try not to whine that it's another cloudy
day with more snow on the way.
Ironically, all this gloom and probably self-imposed misery interfered quite a lot with the completion of this kit:
I really do love blue. Some more than others, but there aren't many
shades that I actually dislike (unlike our good friend orange, with whom
I am not often friendly LOL) So I knew I wanted to do a kit with many
blues and it seemed logical that winter was a good time for it
(especially since wayyyy back when there was a summer blues kit which
really was only partly blue, but still.) So here it is, in all its Blue
Admittedly, I love blue, but I think it's a particularly pretty kit in
spite of the potential for despair, LOL. And there are no snowflakes,
so you can scrap blue things independent of weather that may only be
attacking MY front yard... my daughter in Houston cheerfully pointed
out that she gets two more hours of light than I do each day. I say she
deserved the ice storm for bragging, LOL.
Some pretty examples from my team and the TDC creative ladies:
Also, I provided the template for the Template Challenge at the Digichick for February, so be sure to check it out!
And now the sun is struggling to peek through the gloom, so I'm going to
take the opportunity to run some errands and soak it up :) Happy
Well, not really. I had an opportunity to visit my daughter in Houston while my husband attended training for work, so I jumped on it. And then things got complicated when he ended up in the hospital (he's fine, now!) for a couple of days. Considering that I was pretty homesick 3 days before we were supposed to come home, the extra days were a bit of a challenge and needless to say the pretty new kit I had ready to go before I left did not make it to my shop as scheduled last week. But it's there now, and is a good reminder that "all things work together for good to those who love God" (Romans 8:28) :)
Lots of lovely samples for you, too:
The Faith Project - A Season of Harvest will be at the introductory sale price for a limited time in my Digichick Shop. I hope you enjoy scrapping with it!
Next up in the Fall lineup - October Twilight! Full of rich colors and Autumn brilliance, this versatile kit can showcase everything from the beautiful tree in your back yard to the kids in their Trick-Or-Treat costumes:
I have lots of beautiful samples for you as well:
I hope you find them inspiring! October Twilight will be at the introductory sale price for a limited time in my Digichick Shop. Julie