I've made another new kit, this one for Christmas. I got a little crazy and made it HUGE! But I loved the clip art so much that I wanted to use it all! The Clip art from the kit comes from Trina of Digiscrapkits. Go check out her fun country clip art at digiscrapkits. This kit contains:
20-12 x 12 300 dpi papers
12 decorated stamps
8 ribbons--4 plaid, 4 grosgrain
4 tinted decorated wood frames
4 embroidered trees
4 tag pockets
4 wooden photo corners
4 wooden photo prongs
1 embroidered holly
1 full alpha with upper, lower, and symbols
You can get it here
Also look for a coordinating freebie coming soon! (Just have to upload to ftp!)
Thursday, November 30, 2006
Posted by Amanda at 8:37 AM
I received another layout of the day at Digitals on November 22. It is a layout of my daughter Christina and her girl scout troop on their bridge from Brownies to Juniors. This was 3 years ago!
I used Imagination by Denise Liemert, at Digitals and PDP (green circles around Christina are from Secret Garden, also by Denise)
Secret Garden: http://www.digitalscrapbookpages.com/digitals/index.php?main_page=product_info&manufacturers_id=98&products_id=3799
Posted by Amanda at 8:32 AM
Saturday, November 11, 2006
Here is a layout I did with "A Thankful Heart". Every year, my family heads to the mountains to take family photos. This year we went up Millcreek Canyon in Salt Lake City and took pictures at (and got kicked out of)Camp Tracey, the BSA camp! We got some incredible shots that you'll be seeing in my layouts for the next year!
Posted by Amanda at 9:57 AM
I have a new kit out (my first kit!) at Digitals. To celebrate and to show my gratitude for the opportunity to design, everything in my store is on sale for 25% off through midnight, November 23rd! Here is my new kit. You can check out this and all my other products at my store.
Posted by Amanda at 9:54 AM
I received layout of the day honors at Digitals on November 6th for a layout I did using Dana Frantz' incredible kit, "BoHo Dreams" (at Digitals). This kit really knocked my socks off! I just can't say enough about it! The very cool scalloped edge came from Christine Nash's Totally Templates (at ACOT, SOTB). The word art is by Sue Jones, also at Digitals. Fabulous designers all!
Posted by Amanda at 9:32 AM
Thursday, November 09, 2006
Just for visiting my blog, enjoy this freebie! These coordinated with my new kit "A Thankful Heart". If you download, please leave a comment! Click here to download.
Posted by Amanda at 10:19 AM
Wednesday, November 08, 2006
Yes, I am designing now and feeling quite overwhelmed! Originally, I was just going to be doing quick pages for the amazing designer, Dana Frantz. (see her store here: http://www.digitalscrapbookpages.com/digitals/index.php?manufacturers_id=101&main_page=index) Well, it turns out, in order to be set up as a designer at Digitals Scrapbook Pages, you have to submit papers and elements and once accepted, you have to put up a sampler. Well, that completely freaked me out! But I decided as long as I have to make stuff, I may as well make a full kit! So I did! It should be in the store in the next day or two. Until then, I have some templates up for sale. I figured, if I'm going to sell, I may as well sell! I'm going to go back to some of my favorite layouts and make templates out of them.
I have a couple of ideas in the works for upcoming projects. One will be a baby kit, inspired by Emily's bedroom. I think I'll do a Christmas kit, but having a hard time being inspired right now! I also want to do a themed baby book--ready made quick pages documenting baby's milestones.
In the meantime, you can see my store at Digitals here: http://www.digitalscrapbookpages.com/digitals/index.php?manufacturers_id=132&main_page=index
Posted by Amanda at 7:47 AM
Sunday, November 05, 2006
I received another layout of the day honor, this one from Scrap Outside the Box. It seems they have a group called the "Atta Girls" who choose a layout each day to honor. Mine was chosen on November 3, 2006. The layout is called "Daydream Believer" and uses Christine Nash's beautiful kit, "Daydream Believer" and her basic vanilla stitching.
Posted by Amanda at 11:22 PM