This month’s template was designed to help you scrap your New Year’s resolutions. You may be like me and be struggling a bit to stick to those resolutions you created a couple of weeks ago. I created this template to help me remember what they are in the hopes it will bolster my success. Of course, there are other ways you could use it too (list of your favorite memories of an event, list of reasons you love someone, list of what makes you unique, etc.)
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Phew! I told you it was a jam-packed post! Be sure you download the reward program card and the template. And don’t forget to post a link to your layout in the comment thread!
OK, it technically isn’t December 1st yet, but I’ve already put these templates in the store since I’ve got a busy weekend ahead of me. Here’s my latest set of templates, World Traveler. There are four 12×12 templates in a variety of formats (TIFF, PSD, and PNG). Come back Monday afternoon to see layouts created with them.
I’m also pleased to announce the winner of the template pack, entry #11: Jennifer T. F. Check your email, Jennifer; your code has been sent! a Rafflecopter giveaway
December is just around the corner which means there will be new Build a Kit (BAK) products in the store at Stuff to Scrap. Inspired by some of my own paper scrapbook pages, I’ve got a new template pack that will be part of the line up of BAK products.
Here’s a sneak peek.
You have a chance to win these templates. Simply complete the form below; you can earn up to two entries. Come back here on Friday afternoon and I’ll announce the winner. It really is that simple. But hurry–the deadline to enter is noon CT on Friday, November 30. a Rafflecopter giveaway
Ever have one of those weeks where everything that can go wrong does? That’s kind of how I feel about last week. Between a crazy work schedule, helping with a garage sale, a family medical emergency, and little everyday things, it was chaotic.
Which is why I haven’t had a chance to share my new kit with you until now.
My newest kit, Play Ball, is inspired by two things: (1) my love of baseball, and (2) a request from a Stuff to Scrap forum member. Quite a while ago, a member asked if someone would create a sports-related kit using a particular color palette. She didn’t care what sport it was for, she simply wanted it to be about sports. And since I love baseball, I chose that as the theme for this kit.
Along with members of my Creative Team, I got help from a few of the STS Designer Darlings in creating layouts to share with you. (Thanks Becky, Christie and Steph!) This kit is perfect for baseball pictures, of course, but can be used for so much more, too. Look at what the great layouts they created with this kit:
Play Ball is a mega kit: There are 30 papers (22 patterned, 8 solid), 80 elements (71 unique, 2 with drop shadows, 7 in multiple colors), and two full alphas. There are also two add-ons available to this kit–one of which you can earn free this week by taking part in the Featured Designer Challenge at Stuff to Scrap (more about that in a minute).
You can also purchase the Play Ball bonus alphas–a set of eight alphas that includes uppercase, numbers, and common punctuation.
Remember I said you could earn a freebie add-on to this kit? That’s because I’m the featured designer at Stuff to Scrap this week.
I’m hosting and taking part in all sorts of activities. Check out the flyer below and mark your calendar so you don’t miss any of them. Now’s a great time to get one my kits you’ve had on your wish list–everything is 50% off until midnight on Thursday, August 30.
Remember when I said you could earn a free Play Ball product? If you take part in the Featured Designer Scavenger Hunt, you can earn the Play Ball wordart bits free!