How lucky can I get? When I decided to start working on my Tomboy Scrapbooking set, I went online in search of a cute skull. For the most part, the best art out there is copyrighted (and I don't want to steal), so I took a chance and asked an artist if I could use his work. Daeo gave me permission to use his artwork for free on the condition that I give him credit and share the links to my work with him. Sounds like a pretty awesome deal for me. You have to go over to deviantart and check out his gallery. Here's the link. He also has his own website, www.daeoart.com.
This is my take on a tomboy. Obviously they aren't all the same. My tomboy likes things like skulls, stars, skateboarding, 8 balls, and music. She also loves Star Wars, the Incredible Hulk and Angry Birds (those 3 didn't make the set.) So you understand that while I couldn't cover every interest Tomboys have, I hope I've been able to give you a fun but not too girlie scrapbooking set for those special daughters who aren't girlie girls.
I am so proud of myself! I have been working hard for the last month to catch up on my scrapbooking. The girls' digital pages are current up to Christmas of 2012. I was bored with the Christmas elements I had in my stash, so I thought, why not make a Christmas set? This set is what I call Christmas Giggles. The color scheme isn't necessarily what you expect for Christmas, but that's what's going to make your pages really pop!
This set includes 16 papers,5 tile alphas, scalloped edges for layering, mats, frames, buttons, brads and my very first folded paper edge. Like I said, HUGE! I hope you like it!
Would you like to show off your layouts created with my freebies? I'd love to see your work. I am looking for a Creative Team. Please leave a comment with your contact information (I won't post the comment).
Hello! I am actually ahead of the game on this one! Valentines is just about a month away and I'm putting this out early so you can be sure to use it on this year's layouts. I made 6 papers, 1 torn paper, 2 clips, 1 tag and a fun wordart. I hope you like it:
I am so excited that so many people are enjoying my Cute Cats set. I do enjoy sharing something useful! I have been asked to split up the brad set, it never occurred to me that some programs won't allow you to crop the file. Oh well, now I know for the next time. Anyway, rather than just give you the split brad files, I think I'll give you a few more embellishments to go with the set.
This set includes:
1 circle border (thanks to Courtney's Digiscrappin)
Well, I had so much fun with the Cute Cats set that I decided to add on a couple of cute alphas. I used the amazing fonts Fontdinerdotcom, Fontdinerdotcom Sparkly and Fontdinerdotcom Loungy. All 3 are available for free from sites like daFont.com There are 2 complete sets, each has upper and lower case letters, numbers 0-9, punctuation and brackets.
You can download them here. If 4shared asks for a password, use sodigitallyme.
Please note, I mistyped the password on the Cute Cats Freebie original blog entry. I have tried out the sodigitallyme password on 4shared and it is working - I have also had multiple people tell me the download worked for them. Please try to download the kit again!
My Sammi & the boys Jack (the giant tabby) and Bloo (the sweet gray baby.)
Would you like to ask me a question or contact me about requesting a specific scrapbooking element you can't find anywhere else? firstname.lastname@example.org
I want to thank all the digital designers online from whom I've found such great freebies. I wish I could list each one, especially for the elements in my blog header. Unfortunately I cannot -- I'm not that organized. I can tell you that the following elements are used: Rusty Dan alpha by 4 Shades of Blue Design (the whole Rusty Dan series is fantastic!), Paper Butterflies by Gunhild Storeide and World Travel Alpha by Raspberry Road Design. I am truly sorry if I couldn't list your element specifically, but please know that I am giving you the greatest compliment I can by using your items.