Wednesday, March 5, 2008

The new Kits on the block

This is my favourite thing on being on a CT - enabling! Just look at these collab kits. With great papers and elements, I'm sure to treasure these kits in my stash. Argh, I'm totally in love with them! So many choice of papers and elements to scrap with!

Oscraps' fabulous March collab kit, Lucky O

Digital Candy's nursery rhyme-themed collab kit, Sweet Dreams

SFS's classic March collab kit, The Tides of Spring

And here's my page using the Lucky O collab kit (layouts with other kits coming soon!):

Background paper, brown polka-dot paper, flowers, chains, green ribbon, glitters, frame, doodled flowers, fastener, 'lucky' word art, and star charm from Lucky O/Oscraps Collab

Sketchy circles, black ribbon, stitching from Wonderful Wizard/Danielle Young
Red and green buttons from Backyard Birthday/Danielle Young
Cardboards and grass from First Down/Danielle Young
Paper clip from Freestylin'/Danielle Young
Newspaper flower from Ovalentine/Oscraps collab
I use Modern No. 20 and Vintage Typewriter for the title and journaling

Also, check out the new Tuesday challenge at the ScrapMatters blog! This is the time to scrap your family's favorite recipe. Here's what I do for the challenge:

Black ribbon stitched in yellow is from Way To Bee add-on kit by Andilynn Designs.
Fairy dusts and glitter swirls from Dreams Do Come True kit by Britt-ish Designs.
'Tomato' word using Snap It alphas by Dirty Feet Designs.
Scalloped template is a freebie by

Everything else is from Hey Daddio kit by Britt-ish Designs.

I use Vintage Typewriter for the recipe.

Oh, have you seen this new kit by AmyLeigh called Modern Man? Yes, finally, a kit specifically for the guys in our life!

Jessica also has a new kit in the store, and it's yummy too! Check out her Candy Carnival kit! (Pssst, you can earn the Part of this kit for FREE by participating the Font Challenge at GDS! Hurry up! Only till March 15!)

So what do you think? Aren't these kits just great? Check 'em out at the store and grab 'em if you love 'em!


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