I didn’t want to go with Valentine’s Day as I figured you’d see plenty of that in this month’s train. Instead, I went with a more generic set with snow-themed elements. I live in Maine and we just had a huge blizzard this past weekend. We got dumped on with close to 2 feet of snow, which the howling winds used to create 4 foot drifts! I just have snow on the mind!
The download link is below the preview image. And don’t forget to visit the forum to get all the rest of this month’s lovely and generous gifts!
Oh, my word, folks – this train is full of gorgeous kits this month! I see lots that I will use in my own crafting and I’m sure you will, also. I hope you like what I have for you. I’d love to see what you do with anything I make – share anytime over on the Facebook pag
I created a lovely old-fashioned Christmas mini-kit, but I couldn’t stop there. I ended up adding two extra paper sets to go with it! Enjoy! Click on the images to download each part.
It’s been forever since I’ve been able to design any scrapbooking stuff, but I finally managed to put a little mini together for this month’s blog train. I am sorry to ghost you guys for several months. Between working full-time now and dealing with a ginormous garden, I haven’t had time to do anything crafty for ages, not even new kits for my Etsy shop. It didn’t help that I had to get a new computer along the way, either. Now that I’m designing more, my old processor just wasn’t cutting it.
But no matter – I’m back in the saddle now (or rather, my computer chair…lol) and you can expect to see more goodies from me each month. Without further ado, here is my contribution to November’s blog train (download link right below the preview):
For some reason, people have been having a hard time with links on the Facebook page so I’ll be posting all my blog trains here on the blog from now on.
I have been super busy working on getting my new Etsy shop stocked that I only had time for papers this month. I have a full palette set of solids, along with a set of patterns. Several of the patterns were hand drawn this time, which was extra fun for me. I hope you like them and can use them in your scrapbooking or other crafts.
There are tons of beautiful kits in this train so make sure you swing over to the Pixel Scrapper forums and visit all the stops. My download links are below the previews.
I have a pretty little mini-kit for you this month called ‘Spring Ahead’. March is sort of that in-between month for us folks up in the northeastern part of the United States. Winter has a tendency to fight with spring, if you know what I mean. One day it’s sunny and warm, and the next it could be snowing – you just never can tell in March. Daylight Savings Time happens, though, which is always nice. That ‘spring ahead’ in the clocks gives us brighter evenings and brighter spirits.
Now don’t forget to visit the rest of the train to get the rest of this month’s free goodies, just keep in mind that we’re in several different time zones so check back tomorrow for any that aren’t up yet:
This is my portion of the blog train, which you can download on my Facebook page through the end of February.
Don’t forget to check out the rest of the stops – there are some gorgeous goodies for you this month. Keep in mind that we are in a variety of time zones so check back if you don’t find someone’s contribution at first.
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