Sunday, November 7, 2010
Sample of a new collaborative kit & freebie
There is nothing like fall for festivals and state fairs. Eleven of our designers got together to create a kit you can use to scrap those memories of state fairs. There are 170 MB of fun here. The kit includes 81 elements consisting of:
* 8 pieces of word art
* ticket booth and tickets
* 2 tents for events
* rail fence to contain livestock for judging (Sorry we didn't provide any), or the 3 ponies we made for riding
* rides: 2 ferris rides, roller coaster, kiddie ride, kiddie coaster
* a clown to spread cheer
* 4 butterflies to flutter by
* ice cream cart and 3 flavors of ice cream cones
* variety of fun food for snacks and eating contests:
2 cakes, fancy dessert, cupcakes, candied apple, 3 ice cream cones, 3 types of cotton candy, fries, burger, hotdog, soda, popcorn, watermelon, apple pie. pretzel (Be careful you don't eat too much and go home with a tummy ache!)
* 3 prize ribbons you can personalize
* fireworks to end the day
* 5 tagger papers
* 22 full size papers
* 5 tagger sized bows
* 5 full size bows
* 6 ribbons
* 2 banners
* frames: 3 decorated square frames, cluster frame, 6 circular frames
* cluster tag
* 3 binder clips
* flower border
* floral corner
* 6 buttons
Designers who contributed to this kit are: Alice's Altered Art, Creations By G, Creations By Rain, D'Ambrosio Arts, Designs By Abbe, Designs By DAMC, Memory Lane Creations, Moo's Scraps, Pamela Yates designs, Vintage Vixens, and Wonderland Scraps.
***Purchase kit for $6.00. Or, spend $6,00 elsewhere in the store and then send your name and order number to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send you a coupon so you can receive the kit for FREE!
You can find the kit here:
We'll give you a little free sample too, a brag book page you can find here:
That's free this weekend only (sorry I ran late.) Next weekend we will offer another page.
Although I didn't think I would, since I've never gone to a state fair, I really got into playing with this theme and created a little something for each of my lines, including the one I share with Echo. Close-up previews of my portions are below"