I came to digital scrapbooking by way of Project Life, which I did in physical form for the first year and then tried out doing digitally, and became hooked for life on digital documenting. I made my first designs to share as contributions for Pixel Scrapper blog trains, and am now thrilled to have joined up as a member of the Pixel Scrapper design team! I create products for digital pocket scrapbooking and traditional scrapbooking, and want to support people however I can in creatively and easefully documenting their lives.
You can follow along with my Project Life adventures (and find past blog train goodies and other freebies) at my blog, Scrumptiously: http://eversoscrumptiously.wordpress.com/
- elements kit
- Contains 23 items
- 178mb single zip download file
- All items commercial print quality at 300 dpi
There are many more cards in this kit than are pictured - a total of 23 different designs. You can find a complete preview here. The cards are high resolution and sized for printing at their original paper size. They range in size from 8×5 to about 2×4, with most falling somewhere around 4×6. I’ve also included printable PDFs in the download to help streamline the printing process. Several of these holiday cards are Norwegian and I’ve included two versions of the Norwegian cards, one blank and one with the original Norwegian greeting.
While I was hunting for vintage ephemera to include in an upcoming New Year's themed kit I came across a bunch of wonderful vintage New Year's cards. I love designs from this era and thought it might be fun to put together a digital collection of these cards.
Vintage ephemera adds something special to a scrapbook or art journal layout, looks great tucked into a pocket scrapping pocket, and these cards can also be printed out to use as charmingly old-fashioned New Year’s cards to send to family and friends. Mostly I just thought they were cool, so I felt moved to clean them up and share them with you!
For your inspirational enjoyment I’ve been collecting layouts that use vintage ephemera in creative ways, you can check them out on Pinterest here.
Check out my blog for a bit more info about the history of the cards and my experience cleaning and retouching them.
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