JW-DigiScraps is opening a new store over at The Studio! To celebrate, she has created a brand new kit called My Men. In true JW-DigiScraps fashion, Janice has created a masculine yet beautiful kit for scrapping all those amazing men in your life. I have absolutely loved playing around with this kit! The color pallette is stunning. You can pick up My Men at Digital Scrapbooking Studio at 50% off the original price. You can buy all the mini's and the kit separately or buy as a bundle. Happy Shopping.
Here's what I did with this kit. I have a coordinating freebie for you too!
Scraps N Pieces has a new kit in stores today called National Treasure. It's a great kit for scrapping anything and everything patriotic. There is just so much to love about this bundle. I'm not even sure where to start. I love all the little mini add-ons for specific places. The fact tags are amazing. Oh, and the word art is gorgeous! Heres a look at the main kit and the minis. You can pick up the bundle or individual pieces at Stuff to Scrap. The main kit is on sale through the month of July for just $2.50, but you can also get everything you see here plus the matching cardstocks for just $10 for the next week too!
Here's what I did while playing around with this kit. You'll have to excuse the picture quality on the Gettysburg layout. The pictures were taken a long time ago!
Make sure you head over to Scraps N Pieces' Blog to see what the rest of the CT has done with this kit. If you come back by on Tuesday, I'll have a freebie for you too.
Scraps N Pieces has a new kit out called In the Sandbox today. I absolutely love the colors of this kit! I didn't get to work with this kit being a guest ct member (I'm in on the next one coming out soon!), but I will be getting it this week while it's on sale. Here's a preview. You can pick it up in the Stuff to Scrap store here for just $2.50 for the first week as well as the matching cardstocks for just $1 with this coupon code: SNPcardstockITS. Head on over to Scraps N Pieces' blog to see what the CT did with this kit. You're going to love it!
Scraps N Pieces has also put the kits Southern Utah Beauty and Play Ball in the $2 bin today along with the matching quick pages for Play Ball.
Seal Scraps turn her Little Red Wagon mini into a fullturn it into a full retro, wagon-and-trike-themed kit for you. I'm so in love with it lol. It has 21 papers, 41 unique elements, plus a few recolored ones, and a painted red wood alpha which is one of my favorite alphas ever! It is 20% off right now at Stuff To Scrap.
The store also has a set of cardstock and these quick pages for you. If you buy the kit and use this coupon code: SEAL_LRW_Blog, you can get either the cardstocks or the QP's for free!
Scraps N' Pieces has a new kit out today called Whale of A Tale. It's a great kit for Sea World, Marine World, aquariums or even backyard sprinkler pictures. The aquatic animals are adorable. You can pick it up at Stuff to Scrap for just $2.50 for the first week.
The mini kits Heidi and Lori made for the May color challenge are combined into one kit and it is now in the store at Stuff to Scrap. You can get it here. This kit combined has 15 papers plus the elements.
I live in Wyoming with my husband whom I’ve been married to for 11 years and our three boys. I'm a certified special education teacher working part time as a private tutor from our home. I’ve been scrapping for years and really enjoy inspiring others to tell their family’s stories. I decided to try scrapping digitally in September of 2009 because I was having a hard time keeping up with the paper stuff. I've been hooked ever since!
Disclaimer: As a member of the Scraps N' Pieces, Wendy Tunison Designs, Stuff to Scrap Store, and Scraps N' Pieces Store creative teams as as well as the Scraps N' Pieces Praise Team, I receive products for free in return for creating and posting projects to promate said products and moderating the Scraps N' Pieces gallery. Please be advised that the products from said designers and stores used and showcased on this blog any time after March 1, 2010 may have been received for free.