December 28th, 2010
Just a quick free download of my Birthday Calendar. This was in the 2010 version of my planner, but not in the 2011 version, so I thought I’d share it. I added editable forms to this printable PDF, so you should be able to type in your birthdays, save, and update later… and of course print as often as you like. Enjoy!
(click on the image to download)
November 3rd, 2010
Digital Scrapbooking Day is almost here, and Design House Digital is having an awesome celebration this weekend with tons of sales, chats, and giveaways! Check it out starting Thursday, November 4th!
Also, mark your calenders for my CHAT on Saturday November 6th at 11:00 AM MST in the new DHD chat room!
If you’re a digital scrapbooker, you may remember the Spring Blog hop that the DHD designers did. Well in honor of Digital Scrapbooking day, the Designers at DHD have put together an awesome free kit for all you digi lovers out there. Here is what the kit looks like when you’ve collected all the pieces:
Pretty awesome! Now to the part about getting the kit… You’ll have to “hop” around to all the designer’s blogs and download each designer’s contribution. So since you’re here right now, that means you can download my part which consists of 3 great papers, and 3 fun elements:
To download the kit, all you have to do is click on the image above and a zip file will start downloading to your computer. Easy peasy!
Now to get the other parts of the kit, you get to visit some other great and inspiring blogs! Don’t forget to leave comments! Here are the designers before and after me in the blog hop, follow the links on their blogs to get the full kit!
October 9th, 2010
I have been wanting to do a quick and cute Halloween craft, and I thought a banner would be fun. I love the subtle Halloween feel of Robyn Meierotto’s Not So Freaky Digital Mini Kit at DHD:
So I started out by printing a few of her papers in the banner shape that I wanted.
You can print and hand-cut these shapes, but I cut mine out with my Cricut using Sure Cuts A lot and my laptop.
Then using black cardstock, I cut out a ghost, and BOO! If you have a program that allows you to cut SVG Files, I have a free download link at the end of this post.
I inked all the pieces with some gold pigment ink to just make it look a little more antiqued and slightly finished.
Next, I made “lollipops” (what do you call them?) out of tracing paper. You could use crepe paper, tissue paper, or just regular paper. I really liked how the tracing paper was a little bit see-through, but still really stiff.
To get a pointy lollipop, once you fold your paper strip, you’ll want to cut one edge diagonal like this:
Then glue them in a circle and add a little ink to dirty them up a bit.
Then I just glued everything together with a hot glue gun, and for the finishing touches, tied all the panels together with some cute orange ribbon.Voila! A quick and cute Halloween banner, that isn’t too scary to hang in your house.
Banner .SVG Download
Boo .SVG Download
April 20th, 2010
One thing I love about DHD is that most of the awesome designers also have awesome blogs! So we decided that it’s a good idea to show off our cute blogs and do a really fun freebie at the same time! So This is the deal (it’s pretty sweet), you go around to all our blogs and download all the bits and pieces that make up this one big awesome kit:
So here is my part, it contains 3 papers, and 3 elements. Just click on it to download:
Then once you are done downloading, check out the two links below to two other DHD designer’s blog to find more awesome free downloads and links to even more! You should visit 10 blogs in all to complete your kit!
Also, if you haven’t already, subscribe to my blog or facebook fan page so you can follow all the fun that goes on here in project land. Good luck and happy scrapping!
January 1st, 2010
Workout freebie as in a printable workout worksheet – not the day off working out. If you’ve made that resolution, then get off your computer and go to the gym! Today is definitely NOT a freebie!
If you’re super proactive or just super active, I’ve created a workout worksheet just for you!
This is mostly just for tracking and notes, though you could put your plans for a week or two weeks and then check them off as you accomplish them. I’m sure you’ll figure out better ways to use this form than I ever could!
Here’s the link to download. As always this is for personal use only. Feel free to link back on your blog.
Good luck on your workouts! Oh and if you haven’t already, go check out my new shop at Design House Digital. Everything is 30% off this weekend! Have a great and wonderful New year!