Ready for fall digital scrapping? Here is a FREE download filled with 12 different designs of 12″ x 12″ papers. It is part of the October 2021 Pixel Scrapper Blog Train. Also included with this autumn theme pack are 11 elements in png format. You can also print them out onto three sheets of 8.5″ x 11″ paper.
Download “The Fall” kit by clicking here. You can also access free kits from fellow collaborators of the blog train. Visit that blog and immerse yourself into a digital heaven.
Here is an example layout using the kit.
Still hanging on to the warm summery weather before fall sets in? You can make some fun and exciting projects with an ocean, beachy them to it.
You can start out by using this freebie kit called, “Ocean Slider Card Template”. It is very versatile. You can make interactive activities using it. Make greeting cards, shaker cards, journal and scrapbook cover embellishments and much more.
The templates are all high quality 300 dpi and comes with both a jpg file which has a white background and a png file, that has a transparent background. The png file makes it easy for you to upload the template into die cutting software, such as Cricut Design Space so that you can use your machine to die cut the images. It is very easy to assemble.
To access the kit click here. Watch the assembly video below to build your slider card.
Supplies You will need:
Box cutter / trim knife
Ruler or straight edge tool
Since sharp instruments are used in the assembly process, this project is for adults. If children participate a permitting adult must be present.
You can add colors, paints, glitter, glossy accents, and all manner of mixed media to decorate your slider card. Before assembling your template, distress or color your background, water, and whale pieces in the hue you want them. Finally you can assemble it. The completed project is really cute with added embellishments such as those shown below.
I hope that this little project share is helpful. Thanks for visiting. Happy Crafting!
Get ready for your fall diy projects early. Like owls? Here is a FREE owl template that is great for many projects. Simply download it, print it, and cut the shapes out. Next trace the cut shapes on your favorite papers. Cut those out and glue them together to form your owl. This freebie is high quality 300 dpi and is saved in jpg format. To access this kit click here.
This template is really great for back-to-school crafts for kids and adults. I created it by tracing around an owl that I bought from the Dollar Tree. I then found some bottles with two different circular shapes to trace around to form eyes. I made a beak and a hat for the owls as well. To watch the process click the video below.
I hope you enjoy this quick tip. Thanks for stopping by. Happy Crafting!
Join the Crafty Trinity with a “Christmas in July” themed challenge. Create a journal card or tag using the following elements:
-Something shiny like glitter, rhinestone, etc…
This event is going on between now and July 20, when The Crafty Trinity will air our projects on YouTube. So invite your friends to have fun with us. Share your projects on our social media sites and we would love it if you made a follow along video of it using the hashtag #ChristmasinJuly2021.
Get started with your challenge using this freebie ephemera kit called “Christmas in July 2021”. To access the digital kit click here.
There will be a four week YouTube “Happy July Giveaway” with a summer, travel theme. Participants can enter to win the printable kit from the Multimedia Crafts Digital Esty shop called, “Vintage Summer Road Trip.” Winners will get the kit, some craft supplies, along with a project that is created each week on the YouTube channel: Sonya Stover.
Each video will air on the first Monday of each week at 6:00 am EST. The title of the videos will be numbered.
You will have 5 days to view and participate in the giveaway.
Drawings will be held on Saturday morning at 6:00 am EST by way of an electronic random picker.
Once the winner is chosen on YouTube, they have one week from the day of the drawing to respond. If there is no response within that time frame another winner will be chosen.
Come and get these three digital journaling kits from the “Crafty Trinity”, a group of three ladies, including myself, Sonya Stover, the fabulous Pham from “Livie’s Lovelies” and Thelisha from “The Sweets by Thelisha”. We have each developed a summer, travel themed journal kit titled, “Vintage Summer Road Trip”.
Each kit is located in our shops. To access them simply click on the kit photos below.
Preserve your fun memories using papers, envelopes, elements, and more. Use them to create journaling spaces, tuck spots, pockets, and more to house your photos and memorabilia.
Watch on YouTube each of us as we go into more detail of what the kits include and what we made from it. Also check out our other social media sites.
Don’t you just get so excited when you buy something and get a bonus gift…the packaging? I recently got a new pair of sandals and I was stoked with the plastics and tissue papers that came with it. I immediately thought of making some journal pockets, doing some decoupage, and simply getting creative with all the boxed content.
I love to recycle things and add them to my crafts. That is exactly what I did.
The scrapbook papers I used in this project were from multiple digital sources. The first one was from the Multimedia Crafts Digital Etsy shop called, “Book of Plays Journal Pages kit.” The other ones were from two different FREEBIE kits from the Multimedia Crafts Digital Facebook page called, “At the Opera“, and “Eerie Tales“, and the last one was from the Multimedia Crafts Digital blog here called, “Journal Notebook Pages“.
Watch the entire process from the video below.
This project turned out to be very fun. The pocket turned into a mini policy envelope with a wrap-around-ribbon closure. I added some tags, stamped papers, vintage library cards, vintage ledger paper and more. I accented the envelope on the inside with a fussy cut out tuck spot.
I made sure that all the edges of each paper included with the envelope were distressed with Tim Holtz Walnut Stain Distress oxide ink. I finally added a file folder made with the various scrapbook papers mentioned from the digital kits above. I did some stamping using various Tim Holtz stamps. I also included two altered playing cards I purchased from, “The Sweets by Thelisha“.
Using the recycled plastic to make the four pockets inside the policy envelope turned out just as I originally envisioned it. So when you buy new things, learn to think outside or even inside “the box” if you need to. You never know what treasure you can turn your trash into.
Enjoy this printable freebie envelope. It has a spring, shabby chic theme to it. It is great for scrapbooks, junk journals, mother’s day themed projects and more. This envelope is high quality 300 dpi and is saved in both jpg and pdf format. Assembly instructions are included with the download.
Here is my contribution to the April 2021 Spring Pixel Scrapper blog train. This kit comes with twelve papers. Six of them are 12″ x 12″ and the other six are 8.5″ x 11″ and are ready for printing. Both can be used in digital projects as seen in both figures 1 and 2 below. This kit also comes with 14 elements with soft blues, greens, yellows, and grays. The papers are all in jpg format. The elements are in png format with a sheet of printable graphics that is in jpg. All items in kit are high quality 300 dpi. To access this kit click here.
The theme for the kit was beachy, spring, garden, rainy days, and lemons. Below is the color palette. To see other kits from fellow Pixel Scrapper blog train collaborators click here.
This is the color palette.
I used multiple elements from the Pixel Scrapper April 2021 Blog train kit in these two digital illustrations. I simply used Adobe Photoshop on my laptop to edit my layouts. Making digital scrapbook pages is a great way to store family pictures without taking up too much physical space. However, if you prefer hanging your images on your walls or or putting them in an album you can keep your beautiful photos and keepsakes by having them printed out.
In this next layout I combined multiple shapes of circles and rectangles along with graphics from the kit to finish off the “Beautiful Spring Day” at the Beach.
I made this spring journal piece by printing out one of the 8.5″ x 11″ papers twice; One scrapbook paper on cardstock and the elements sheet on vellum. You can use an inkjet or laser printer on the vellum.
I layered multiple elements of the same kind together, gluing the vellum overtop the cardstock images. I added glossy accents to some to give them more of a 3-D ice cube effect.
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I love to make journals and all sorts of scrapbooking elements to fill my books and folios. Today I decided to construct some out of various mediums including digital printables, die cut shapes, washi tape, and more.
I began by printing out the Multimedia Crafts Digital FREEBIE kit called, “Fresh Air”. Using one of the Multimedia Craft Digital Etsy kits called, “2” x 3” Card and Envelope Template” I printed the card image over top of one of the digital freebie papers.
Before assembling the envelope, I took two butterfly dies from the Tim Holtz stamp and die set, “French Flight”, placed them on the back of the envelope and die cut out those shapes, keeping the pieces to use later in this project.
I then cut a piece of acetate to fit the size of the back of the envelope and stitched the two together.
Once sewn, I distressed the edges using Tim Holtz Distress Oxide ink, “Vintage Photo,” and assembled the envelope according to the provided instructions that came with the card and envelope template. You can also watch the YouTube process video of assembling that template if needed.
To dress up both the card and envelope, I added some torn sudoku paper and some die cut elements from the Tim Holtz Ephemera Pack Field Notes. I also added a flower to the envelope to complete the look.
The next elements I made were 2 ½ inch circles I punched out from the purple and white striped paper. I lightly glued them to some muslin and stitched around the edges. (Go easy on me because I’m still working on my sewing skills).
I then created some envelopes from the pink and blue checkered paper. I folded them into the shape of the envelope, partially glued them together using washi tape, and sealed the envelope by stitching around the edges. I garnished them with the leftover butterfly die cut pieces from the first envelope and added some rub on transfer text to each.
For the last piece of ephemera, I made a tag. I took some of the scraps from the previous projects and created a collage. I stitched on and around the tag. I finalized it with an eyelet and some white mini rose trim.
I hope that this project was helpful and that you enjoy using some of the freebies from this blog. You can also check out the latest FREEBIE kit called, “Fresh Air 3 inch Circles”. To access it click here.
Thanks for visiting and as always:
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