Hello to you guys :) Here's a new freebie to share this evening. I keep seeing chevron patterns popping up all over the place, especially on Pinterest. So I took a stab at writing a new tutorial on my tut blog to create a digital chevron pattern. These papers were the result as I wrote & tested my steps for the tutorial. It's a set of 10 papers, available in two sizes. There's a set of full-size 12" x 12" papers at 300 ppi (or 3600 x 3600 pixels), and they are also available in tag sized of 900 x 900 pixels. Happy snagging! And I hope everyone has had a nice Easter weekend!
Happy Easter weekend to everybody! I'm sharing something a little different today. It's a Facebook Timeline Cover for anyone who'd like to snag & use it. Just click on the preview below to enlarge it to full size, then save it to use on your own Facebook page.
And, as a second freebie, the chick I used in the Timeline Cover above is available as a download from my Facebook page for those who 'Like' my page. You can find my Facebook page here - http://www.facebook.com/CapriciousScraps. Just 'Like' my page, then click on the button with the blue star at the top labeled 'Exclusive FB Freebie' to snag the freebie. The download file has the chick with the bunny ears and one without so it can be used for things other than Easter. Enjoy the freebies & Happy Easter! :)
The first of the month means a new blog train is taking off this morning! Another nice batch of freebies from all the ladies on the train so be sure to visit all the stops to snag some great goodies! I believe everyone is posting their parts at midnight their local time so check back if all the links aren't posted yet.
- 12 papers (900 x 900 px)
- 42 elements
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Welcome to my blog home! This is a place for me to share my scrappy kits & bits and possibly other PSP-related goodies. Everything is sized with taggers in mind, but maybe you can find other uses for these things besides just tags. I hope you'll find something here you like and can use! Everything here is a freebie!
I'm a transplanted Kentuckian living in Ontario, Canada these days. I discovered PSP in 2005 and have been hooked ever since. I started out tagging (which I still do & still enjoy) and have been making tag-sized scrap kits & bits and mouse-drawn images to share for a few years now. Just began a new venture - scrap element tutorials - on a new blog.