I always try to make my kits CU friendly, but this month I used some doodles from another artist and even though they were for CU, I just don’t think it is OK to use them in something I am giving away as CU. If anyone has any thoughts on this I would love to hear them. Enjoy the Splash!
Please visit Pixel Scrapper to get all the wonderful portions of this train! Just click the image below.
The theme for this month’s Pixel Scrapper Blog Train is England. It features a huge colorful palette that many designers used to create awesome digital scrapbooking kits. I really had grand plans of doing a British Bands themed kit that I was really looking forward to creating. However, life got a bit crazy so I had to settle on a much smaller version.
Click the preview picture below to take you to the whole list of blog train participants at Pixel Scrapper.
Click my kit preview below to download from dropbox.
Enjoy and Have fun!
This month’s Pixel Scrapper Blog Train is titled Renewal, and for good reason. This is the time of year when we start to feel alive again after the long winter months. It is the time for Mother Nature to come alive and show her beautiful and colorful natural artworks. Celebrate this time with this amazing blog train that so many talented artists are contributing to with their fabulous designs.
Find all the contributors right here : https://www.pixelscrapper.com/forums/digital-scrapbooking/pixel-scrapper-blog-trains/may-2015-blog-train-final-list
You can download my part by clicking on the preview image.
This is my contribution to the designer challenge by http://www.pixelscrapper.com to make brads that will go with anything.
Feel free to click on the link to download from dropbox.
Marisa Lerin over at Pixelscrapper.com has asked the Pixel Scrapper community which kit is their favorite.
I would have to say my Love Defined kit that I designed a couple of years ago when I began the whole digital scrapping adventure is one of my favorites.
I have used so many elements from this kit for a lot of the greeting cards and products I design. My favorite is the butterfly. I used a photograph I had taken of a butterfly that is in a beautiful collection my aunt has had on her wall for years.
It makes me so happy that many people have chosen this card to send to a loved one in hospice care that needs a kind and caring word.
This month’s theme for the Pixel Scrapper Blog Train is Reflections. From what I see so far all of the designers
have such unique ways of interpreting the word Reflections. This is making for an amazingly diverse collection of coordinating kits!
I used Mirrors as my muse for designing my kit. I am brought back to my childhood thinking of the big round mirrors everyone had and the beveling that so many mirrors had on them. I hope you enjoy my kit and please follow the link below to get all the parts for this train! Happy April!
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I am so thrilled with this month’s theme for Pixel Scrapper’s Blog Train! The theme is Animal Kingdom, and the color palette is immense! Most contributors chose different animals, and different colors from the palette to create their awesome designs. I chose to do word art with just 2 of the colors so they could coordinate with any palette. I stuck to pets people have and the words used to describe them and fun we have with them. Once I started writing it was hard to stop! I hope you find my kit useful and fun!
Please find the other contributors and their kits at the Pixel Scrapper link below:
Click on the image to download my word art portion of the train.