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Washi Madness Bundle
This bundle contains the Patterned Washi kits 1-5, the Solid Washi kit, and the Metallic Washi kit. Each contains 12-20 tapes in original color and grayscale, and is commercial-use friendly, including CT and freebie use.
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Extracted Roses Templates
Roses are such a popular flower for special occasions, which means they're almost expected in some digital scrapbooking kits, especially those with Valentine's Day, love, wedding, anniversary, and even funeral themes. Expand your stash with this dozen, which range from perfect buds to to full blooms, and a couple that are beginning to fade. Luckily, these will always hold their shape. :) There are 12 individual flowers included in this kit, each available in an original color version and in grayscale. Where there were centers or sepals on the extracted flowers, the grayscale image is a layered PSD; otherwise, all images are PNG. Most are around 1000px on the long side, as shown on the preview. Like all my original items, these are CU with credit. I'd prefer if you modify them somehow (pattern, glitter, etc) if you want to use them in a CU kit, but you're free to use them as-is or recolored in PU kits, as long as there's a credit in your credits document for them.
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Winter Branches #1
I needed some natural elements for a layout I was making, and apparently nobody is brave enough to extract evergreen branches without charging a fortune for them, so I photographed and extracted my own. These are priced a little higher than my usual element or papers kits, but I spent most of a week on them. Each spruce twig takes about 2 hours to extract, using the fastest clean method I know (by comparison, I extracted a small, simple maple leaf in 8 minutes the other day). It's a good thing I don't charge minimum wage for my time! :) As with all my products, these are commercial-use friendly with attribution in your credits document, or can also be used for personal layouts or S4H/S4O. See the associated new product announcement post on the store blog for the freebie wreath made with these elements (plus a couple of my snowflakes). The clusters are for demonstration purposes only and are not included in the download, though they will be going out to newsletter subscribers soon as a freebie. (I'll add them to the new subscriber welcome newsletter, as well, so if you miss the original newsletter, you'll still be able to get them for a few weeks.)
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Patterned Washi Tapes & Templates #4
Everyone loves washi tape, and I'm no exception! I've scanned and extracted a few strips of my patterned tapes for use in your pages. You're welcome to use these in scrap-for-hire projects as well as in freebie clusters and quickpages offered on your blog, as long as the original cannot easily be extracted from your finished project, and your finished project is flattened. For those of you who design your own elements and kits, these tapes can be used in your kits for sale as long as credit is given in your credits document. They can be used in CT promo layouts and freebies as well. There are 20 individual tape strips in the pack, plus grayscale versions of each.
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Talkative Journal Card Templates
I wanted to add a couple of "in-the-moment" quotes to a pocket page and didn't have any good speech bubble cards in my stash, so I started creating some simple templates (just a couple, right? Yeah, like THAT happens...) and ended up with a new kit for the shop. All of them are 3 by 4 inches and designed to be able to use in both vertical and horizontal orientations. There are 15 simple speech bubble templates in the full pack, ready to help add those memorable quotes to your pocket pages, or to give you some speedy cards for your kits--just clip papers and maybe add word art and you've got a card ready to go. Try a halftone overlay to bring out a true comic-book feel, or some paint spatters for an artsy look. Add an element or two for a 3D card. Try subway art in the rectangular bubbles, or clip a lined paper to them. Or add a line around the edges using a stroke layer style, or use a drop shadow to add dimension. However you choose to use these, they make for a fantastic way to make a page talk! As always, they're commercial-use friendly, including for CT and freebies, providing credit is given in your credits document.