August was pretty unpleasant for me. My grandfather was placed in hospice early in the month, then passed peacefully on the 29th. He isn’t suffering anymore, and he’s reunited with my grandmother now, which is what I know he wanted most. So, that said, I didn’t get much time for designing. I did mange to whip up this simple paper pack, and I hope you can get some use out of it. I forgot to put the TOU in the zip file, so be nice.
Click the image for the download!
And don’t forget to visit the main post at Pixel Scrapper to grab more contributions!
Space. The final frontier. This is the voyage of my blog… (ok, that was terrible)
This month is a designer’s choice again, sort of. We get a palette, and a list of suggested themes, or we can do whatever. One of the suggested themes this month was “galaxy,” and I realized I had a filter from a loooooong time ago that makes space-scapes – so I had to use it! I didn’t have much time (graduate school is a monster, even in the summer), so I just did these 4 papers. Just click the image to download, and enjoy!
Head over to the forum at PixelScrapper to grab the rest of the contributions!
This month Pixel Scrapper gave us a palette and a variety of themes to choose from (or pick our own). I managed to come up with Summer Sky, using a small sub-set of the colors in the palette. Just click to download!
“Kumbaya” is an African-American spiritual song that is believed to have originated in the southeastern United states as a plea for God to “come by here,” possibly in response to the horrible oppression those people were experiencing when the song became popular in the early 1900’s. I don’t really relate to that at all, but the colors in this palette are amazing. I couldn’t stop!
This first image is an overview, scroll down to click each separate part to download them. These are hosted on Google Drive.
** The next freebie will be posted on June 10th instead of next Monday. 🙂
Welcome to March!
The official name of this train is ‘My Tribe’ but I really, really hate that phrase. I just really don’t find it appropriate for use outside of native or aboriginal cultural applications. But, that’s probably my liberal arts education speaking.
So anyway, I interpreted this month’s theme as a ‘My Friends’ instead. 🙂
Here’s my contribution:
You can find the rest of the blog train posts HERE at Pixel Scrapper!
“Delish” makes me think of food, but I just couldn’t get motivated to work on that theme. So, I went really, really basic!
This is the same odd plastic glitter from today’s other post (the STF4A train, here) – enjoy! Just click the image to download.
Check the Pixel Scrapper forum HERE for more lovely contributions to this train.
This train is adorable this month – not only my part (shameless bragging!) – but the entire train, which you can find posted on the PixelScrapper site here.
Here’s my part:
Just click the image to download, and thanks for stopping by! 🙂
This is a great color palette and theme, and I had fun with it! Here is a set of spring weather-related papers. Just click the image to download. Only the patterns are shown in the preview – it does also include 8 matching solids!
This month’s blog train is “Mardi Gras” themed – I don’t really know much about that particular holiday (is it a holiday?) but I do like the colors, so I made some simple papers for y’all to enjoy.
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This theme didn’t really grab me and I didn’t really have much time, but I wanted to do something – so I put together some solid papers, 1 patterned paper (based on a Pixel Scrapper resource), a lowercase alphabet, and a flower.
Just click the image to download the kit!