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Two digital scrapbooking freebies for May

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Supplies: May Freebie by Carina Gardner, Gypsy Monograms by Rhonna Farrer, Spool of Stitches by Tia Bennett, Kawaii Cute Fruits by Kitschy Digitals, Naked Stamp Sheets 2 by Meredith Fenwick.

Oh, I do love a good freebie! Today I have two for you if you like your downloads to come for free — one from Two Peas and one from me. The first is Carina Gardner’s free kit for May, found here, with four papers and four embellishments all in lovely shades of pink.

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Supplies: May Freebie by Carina Gardner, Scrap Canvas 1 by The Queen of Quirk, Antique-It Overlays by Jen Allyson.

This page is almost free — I used the freebie kit plus a 99 cent template. The Queen of Quirk’s collection of templates is fab – I love how they are loaded with little extras like the scrolly swirl.

digital scrapbook page
Supplies: May Freebie by Carina Gardner, Peony Place Pretty Borders by Carina Gardner, page template from shimelle.com.

And because I love free and I love layered page templates, you can download this template free. Click here to download and it’s all yours. It will open in Photoshop or Photoshop Elements, then you can drop in your papers and photos to make everything click into place! Enjoy — and share any pages you create with either of these May freebies!

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19 May 2009



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3 Comments for Two digital scrapbooking freebies for May

  1. Julie Says:

    Hi there – if you like old bookshops – and if you ever get to venture this far North – you’d love: http://www.barterbooks.co.uk/ :)

  2. kerry Says:

    I don’t do digi scrapping but I’m loving the placements within your layouts.

  3. Thomas Says:

    Hey, looks very good!!

    I like ur page :)

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