Thursday, March 27, 2008

My Second Freebie



I have made a few extra bits for the kit - some brads and a sand button LOL. The brads (except for a couple made of sand) are made from the shells, I was really happy with them. The sand button is a bit of a lark, but you never know. Sorry I need to save the previews at a higher resolution.

Anyway you can find them here:




And here is a layout I did using the kit, and the wonderful Yin's templates (template 17). Visit her at http://simplyyin.blogspot.com/ for her amazing templates for super fast pages !

Cheers for now,

Erika

6 comments:

Cindyrelly said...

Hi Erika, Thanks for the lovely comment on my blog ;) I just downloaded all of your Beach Goodies. Thank You, they are very nice. I can appreciate Beach stuff since I have lived practically my entire life here in Florida and a half-hour from the Ocean. My Mom was born in Brisbane but raised in the U.S. ~ my Nana was a "War Bride." That's cool that you live in Queensland :-) I hope to get there someday. Have a Great Weekend! Cindyrelly

Vicki said...

Hi Erika - wonderful job on all of this kit. Just wanted to let you know that I've mentioned your blog on mine today, so hopefully you will get some visitors popping by ;o)

Scrapping Mom of 5 said...

Thanks again for more elements. Wanted to recommend Digital & Hybrid Scrapbooking & Card Making by The Scrapbook Teacher as a good book form resource for working digitally. I just got and feel like I'm just scratching the surface but I hope to continue to learn more. Good for you for getting creative. I still feel like I have to get the scrapping caught up first.

Wendi said...

This is beautiful. Thank you!

Maria said...

Thank you! Your blog post will be advertised on the DigiFree Digital Scrapbooking Freebie search engine today.

Linda P. said...

Oh cute! Thank you for these fun little add-ons, they're great!

In the previous post I forgot to mention a good source for learning Photoshop - either CS or PSE - is Linda Sattgast of Scrapper's Guide. She has video tutorials that are really wonderful. Her Beginner's CD is terrific. Plus she has an advanced one too. She's the "official" scrapbooking instructor for Adobe and she's really good. You can also sign up for a subscription with her and get a new set of tutorials and a full beautiful kit every month for $36 per year, as I recall. It's a really good deal also. And she has a good forum for asking questions and a free weekly newsletter with a tip every week.

Also, do you know about ElementsVillage? It's the forum for the Photoshop Elements Techniques (PET) website and magazine. It's an amazing source for information and getting questions answered. Plus there's the Photoshop Elements Techniques website itself too.