Thursday, 23 April 2009

Posting Bonus for Sunday Scrappers Chat

Sunday Scrappers Chat at DSP is running another challenge (deadline: May 10th) and this is my latest fresh and fun kit that you will get as a posting bonus if you do a layout! Voilá my "Extra Ordinary Page Kit":

For more information have a look at the chat's forum:

The chat is on every Sunday at 3pm DSP time which is 8pm UK time! Lots of very nice people, so just pop in if you have a few minutes! It's one of the few chats that is scheduled conveniently for us European working class scrappers. :-)

Sunday, 12 April 2009

All those yesterdays - Freebie kit

I always think it's a shame to design a kit and to stash it away in a drawer shortly afterwards. Therefore I've decided to give away a kit I made a while back for SNL at Digital Scrapbook Place. For those who've never heard of SNL: It's a group of people who started designing their own scrapbooking kits, sharing them with eachother every month, trying to improve their skills.

So here's my "All those yesterdays" kit:

And here's the link for downloading it:

Here's a layout that I did with the kit and that I've always really liked:

Friday, 10 April 2009

Springtime and project 365

It's hard to believe that within two weeks it turned from brrr...still snow to 25 degrees in the afternoon: I love spring, always have. When you live in a country where winter might last from November until March you start craving for some sunshine and warmth and for wearing short sleeve T-Shirts. Well, I do. It's on purpose that I didn't mention the smell of cow dung wafting through my window, there has to be SOME downside ...

What's new except that I enjoyed the sun instead of making some freebies? I've got a new mobile phone. And I need to brag about it, because it's not just simply a phone but it's the latest (in Austria anyway) Cyber-shot phone. Which will allow me from now on to take photos anytime anyplace (too much trouble to carry my camera around all the time).

And therefore I've decided I'll try to take part in "Project 365" at DSP:

I think other sites call it PAD - photo a day.

I felt like the first three month of this year passed so quickly. Often enough when someone asks me what I did last weekend I have to think hard before I remember. So I'll try to take one picture at least every single day from now on and then make weekly (or monthly) layouts and post them in the DSP gallery for the project.

So one day I can look at all the small, everyday things - and remember.