A brand new kind of freebie!!! – First Posted: Thursday, February 25, 2010

Your freebies today are:

1. a digital stamp

2. a sentiment oval


3. my very first patterned papers!

I’ve made a Mothers Day easel card today as Mothering Sunday is coming soon in the UK. I coloured my Crocus image with prismas and layered with spellbinders fleur de lis border die by mitering the corners and layered with the purple paper from my small check paper pack (below) and some purple card stock. The lower panel is made from the same purple cardstock and spellbinder border die and the green paper from my small check paper pack. I printed my sentiment onto the purple patterned paper and punched it out with an oval punch and layered onto a die from spellbinders floral accents, I added an eyelet to each die cut and threaded a 1 inch ribbon through.

crocus mothers day card

crocus card detail

Here is your digi:

(click on the image to expand before saving to your computer)


mothers day oval

This is the first time I’ve done papers so I really would love to hear what you guys think about it, if you find them useful and if you would like to see more papers in the future so please leave me a comment and let me know what you think. I keep using up the check patterns from paper packs first and have been running out so I created these out of necessity initially but of course I had to share them with you. The papers are A4/letter size, there are 7 pastel colours and the size of the check pattern is small to suit card making. I hope you like them.

small checks

Birds Small Checks Digital Paper Pack

3 thoughts on “A brand new kind of freebie!!! – First Posted: Thursday, February 25, 2010

  1. April

    Your papers are very pretty, I’m just starting to do digital so haven’t quite figured it all out. But I love the colors.
    Thanks so much for all the hard work and beautiful designs!

  2. angela

    Appreciate the lovely papers. Can never find free patterns on the web with a small enough repeat suitable for cards. Love all your work and thanks for sharing so freely.


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