Nov 2020 Blog Train - Final List

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Nov 2020 Blog Train - Final List

Sign up below with your lovely contributions to this month's blog train.

If you'd like to leave comments, questions, thanks, etc, please do so in this post.

Please post the following in this thread:

  1. Preview Image
  2. Link to your blog or direct link to the freebie if you don't have a blog.

Your part of the blog train does not need to be live until November 1.

Please note that if you are having problems with one of the links, please contact that designer directly. I have no control over their portions. Remember to be polite because they've worked hard to make something wonderful, for free. :)

Also, if you're claiming a spot for later, when you're ready to post your part, please post it at the end of the list so people can find it easily. I'll delete your reserve comment.

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***Only post in this thread if you are posting a link to your part for the blog train.***
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On my blog:

My part will be available November 1st on my blog or here for Pixel Scrapper subscribers. smiley

Available as from the 1st of November on my website and Facebook page.

My part will be available on November 1st on my BLOG
or COMMONS

Here is my contribution

Download here

It was so hard to stop, I love the colors and fall themes are one of my favorites. As always the leftovers will be posted in the Commons here on Pixel Scrapper.
Find these on my blog HERE

The other kits on Pixel Scrapper; the mini HERE, the pocket cards HERE, the plaid papers HERE, the tags and paint splatters HERE, and the bookmarks HERE, and check the Commons over the next few days for additional elements and papers that coordinate






I had to put together a set of bookmarks. I will try my best not to add anything else, but I'm not promising anything smiley

DOWNLOAD on my Blog

Download from my blog...

Download on my blog November 1.

My blog HERE

Available November 1st here for subscribers:

as well as on my Blog for non-subscribers:

HERE

* Available on November 1st *

Here is my contribution to this month's blog train:

If you are a Pixel Scrapper subscriber you can download this kit here, otherwise you'll also be able to find it at my FB-page.

Download on my blog



This is my very first blog train collaboration. This kit will be available here and on my blog on November 1, 2020. Enjoy!

Here are my contributions for this month's blog train, as always, you can download my parts directly from Google Drive.

Here are the links for the solid papers and for the ombre papers.

You can download the dotted papers here

and the striped papers here.

Papers with pattern here

and the last part of the papers here.

Please download the brad set here

Because of the size I splitted the element kit for the download into five parts:

part one here,

part two here,

part three here,

part four here

and the last part here.

Reserving a spot--I've been fighting with my health this month so I'm a few days behind, because I started creating on about 5 themes and will end up with 4 minikits: Veterans & Voting, Food & Festivities, Forest Friends, and Fashionable Fall are their working titles.

Update: Three up on my blog so far, hoping to get the rest up there tomorrow. Satellite internet sucks for getting this stuff loaded onto my website.





Here is my part of the train. Available on my blog now! smiley

My portion can be found on my Facebook Page. smiley To access the freebie either click like on my page (I'd love to have you join me) or continue. Then just click the image to download the kit.

Hello excuse me but Tack does not me gracias in Polish it means yesss thanks is dzien dobre and in greek you don't say escharisto but efcaristo

Hi Isa! Thank you for wanting to offer me some help with the translations. I actually put "Tack" in as a Swedish translation of "thank you". And for the Greek translation I wrote down "Efcharistó" so indeed with an "f" as you mentioned but perhaps the font I used to write it in makes the "f" a bit small at the top in comparison to the "E" it stands next to so it could be mistakenly read as a different letter. I'll see if I'm able to try to make that "f" a bit longer at the top soon!

Better late than never right? You can find my contribution for this month, HERE

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