Monday, July 2, 2012

Stars N Stripes

In Honor of the 4th of July here in the US, I've got a new kit out called Stars 'N Stripes.  I was looking at a Pottery Barn Ad for a Patriotic Collection and was just totally inspired by the style - in making this kit, I was trying for a shabby style.  I just love how it came out!  Grab it now while it's on sale for 30% off!  Get it at STS or DSS

Also be sure to check out the fun extras - some shabby cardstock and some fun glitters - and if you are a designer, be sure to check out the layered overlays for commercial use.

My CT has sent me some great LO's with it - I just love this first one from Christie Dawn with her little Captain America!!!

Crystal's clustering behind the photo is just awesome and I love how she included her journaling.

This LO from Ginger is just incredible - I love her clustering an the how everything looks like it's exploding out from the picture.

This cute Layout from Lina was used for her son's red white and blue birthday party - check out that awesome Uncle Sam hat - she crochets those herself!!

And finally this great all occasion layout from Toni - this kit is great for so much more than patriotic layouts!

And a little freebie to get you scrapping!  A couple Clusters from my awesome CT members - these will only be available for a couple weeks - then they will only be gotten by getting the bundle!  Grab them and leave some love!  And there are really 3 clusters there - also sign up for the Studio Newsletter for another free cluster frame!

Happy Scrapping!!


CBH said...

Thank you so much for this post. I want to let you know that I posted a link to your blog in CBH Digital Scrapbooking Freebies (please, notice the new url for my blog), under the Page 5 post on Jul. 03, 2012. Thanks again.

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sandie said...

Cute, cute, cute! Thank you!

Sue said...

Thanks so much for the two patriotic freebies! :)

Anonymous said...

There is so much potential for fun with this situation. My dad was like Air Max Cheap for years. He stood in the Air Max For Women, blocking the little electric eye that would beep whenever someone entered or exited it, completely unable to hear it going BEEEEEEEEEEEEEE ... finally, one of the salesmen asked him to move.