Saturday, June 25, 2011

Freebie Mini Kit - Underwater Adventures

Hi everyone. 

Our six year old just finished a week of wrestling camp.  I was a nervous wreck at the beginning because our son has never been exposed to any formal training in this pretty intense sport.  As the days went by, I could see how quickly he was picking up each complex move and I was truly amazed! For his last day, he was exposed to an actual match with someone his same size.  It was a quick match and he lost but he at least has the experience under his little belt!

Did you guess the theme of my newly designed kit?  For those of you who guessed an underwater theme, you are correct.  Here is a small sample of my work for you to enjoy. 

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Hope you get "hooked" on my designs.  (Did you catch that pun?)

Since I just started designing, I would love your comments....

Friday, June 24, 2011

Sneak Peek

It's Friday everyone!  It is very dark and rainy today so the plan is to stay indoors!  

Here is a little sneak peek of a kit I have been working on.  The colors have been really fun to work with since they are so bright and cheerful!  (Can you guess the theme?)

Enjoy the weekend!

Monday, June 20, 2011

Freebie - Colorful Day QP

Now that school is out for my children, they have more free time to just play.  Mostly they like to go in the backyard and use the play set.  Here is my youngest in his fort at the top of the slide.

Feel free to grab this quick page so you can add your own photos!

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Freebie - Fairy Frolic QP2

Here is another layout which I created using the kit "Fairy Frolic".  You can see by the photo that my son uses a bit of humor to cope with an uncomfortable situation (wearing this silly crown).

Have some fairy fun yourself.  Here is a freebie qp of the above layout.

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Freebie - Fairy Frolic QP1

My daughter is in Brownies.  In order to earn one of her patches, the girls had to complete several activities relating to fairies.  Upon registration, we all received fairy crowns.  My daughter and I loved this special touch.  My son, on the other hand, was not too sure about such a "girlie" thing.  He ended up being a good sport about it, though, after my husband showed him how cool it was by wearing his own crown all day.  (He might be a little wrapped by our daughter.)

Here is a layout using the kit "Fairy Frolic" which I created. 

I created a freebie qp for you to enjoy.