I often forget to post new CU products, partly because I am reluctant to bore those who aren't interested in designing. It has been pointed out to me that some scrappers like to have beautiful flowers in their stash independent of finding them in kits, so I am going to try to reform and post about new additions more faithfully :)
Here are March's additions to the CU shop. I love dimension in my scrapbook pages, as a result many of my products reflect that.
Flower Frenzy 9 is still at the introductory sale price; it seems odd to blog about both and not have both on sale, so for today through Friday, use coupon code CUSAVE20 to take 20% off your order. And if you have no interest in CU whatsoever, you can still use the code on other things you DO want!
I have a thing for St. Paddy's Day. Maybe it dates back to grade school, and the fun of remembering to wear green so I wouldn't get pinched at school. In the early days of my interwebs experience I used to hunt down free animated web graphics and make a web page full of dancing leprechauns and smiling shamrocks - the schlockier the better. Then I would send the link to everyone I knew, LOL.
Once I started designing, the internal war I have over the practicality of a kit and my sense of whimsy battled, so there haven't been too many overtly "Irish" kits forthcoming. I think last year was the first truly Gaelic/Celtic kit I've ever made (Love and Laughter) and I truly love it; to this day it is a personal favorite. This year, I just really wanted to do something that was Irish-inspired, and The Castle on the Hill is the result.
The color palette was taken from a photo of a beautiful Irish castle landscape, with grey storm clouds on the horizon. With nature colors predominant, it will work beautifully to scrap almost anything; it will also lend itself well to masculine layouts with the browns and blues. And there are a few shamrocks and Irish touches just for fun!
As usual, my team of talented ladies rocked the layouts:
And in the spirit of the season, I made you a "wee giftie" to celebrate the day.
Good morning! Team member La'Shawn here to showcase Studio Sherwood's latest and greatest! If you liked last week's release, you are going to love this weeks! More charted goodness. This week is multi-photo cluster templates.
Hello scrappers! Team member La'Shawn stopping by today to make sure you are all aware of the sale Studio Sherwood has going on, starting today. It's spring cleaning time!! With a little sprucing up of the store, comes deals and savings for you!
Not only is there an awesome sale from now until the 24th of March, there are some new additions to the Archive Attic. Some really beautiful kits for all occasions at Archive Attic prices! Not to mention 4 newly re-available kits! Don't take my word for it...
Make sure to take advantage of this sale and the new deals in the Attic. We will be back tomorrow with a new release to show you!
If you are a digital scrapper, you probably know immediately what Pea Fonts are. If you are new to the fold, you may be scratching your head. "Pea Fonts" are wonderful handwritten fonts from real people that Amanda Bottoms from KevinAndAmanda.com has turned into fonts. The best part is that she gives them away freely. Admittedly, a visit to her blog usually takes me much longer than intended because I really enjoy reading about her and her endeavors, and I've gotten quite a few useful tips on many things, not just scrapbooking.
Anywho, there are scads of pea fonts and you know how it is. You just can't install ALL FONTS on your machine. I sorted through my collection and picked out the ones I used the most - before my love affair with typewriter fonts I almost always used Pea Fonts for my journaling. Here they are for you with links below. If you want the whole kit and kaboodle, or to pick out your own faves, here's the main link: http://kevinandamanda.com/fonts/fontsforpeas/
Are these not fun and very catching to the eye! Three photo tray templates with separate labels and accents. Using these templates will make those layouts pop! Shelve those photos, graph them, or pop them in the tray. However you wanna use them, these are your templates. Don't take my word for it. Here are these lovelies in action.
You can see this and more in use at Studio Sherwood's GALLERY. We would love to see yours! You can post them in the gallery or you can share them on the FB page, too! The Photo Project - Charted is available now at the introductory sale price, so don't miss out! We look forward to seeing your beautiful creations.