Thursday, April 3, 2008

Freebie - Sandpaper

Well finally I have emerged from the work hole I have been in since last week. I spent all weekend working my tail off to get our report ready - let me just remind everyone how important version control is on collaborative efforts !! So after spending the weekend sorting that out, I flew down to Canberra early Monday and worked my tail off there until last night finishing off the report. It is being printed, bound, and delivered to the client today. So I can now have a little bit of time off - oh and find my next bit of work LOL. The joys of being an independent consultant is that when you are not on task you are on holiday rather than still going in to the office, but you also have to find your next job. No such thing as a free lunch hey - but I prefer this. I get to spend my time with my kids, work from home, and not have to waste time commuting every day. I have an irrational dislike for commuting but that is another story LOL.
A couple more bits for the Bargara stuff. I had a few requests for some sand backgrounds, including the sand to use to make other stuff. So this inlcudes the sand I used to make the arrows, alpha, and button. The other "papers" are backgrounds and aren't from Bargara (a bit of licence here LOL), but still in the same area, they were shots taken at Fraser Island.
Hope they can be of some use to you.
Please note the paper is the normal shape, I was just having some fun doing the map of Australia. I truly love the country I live in. I am amazed by the natural beauty and all the things there are to see.

And here's the link. Please take the time to leave a comment, I do read every one of them and they really do mean a lot. I understand the designers who say it inspires them to share freebies.

Have a great one,



Maria said...

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

Vicki said...

LOVE it Erika. Take a few days to relax and do some scrapping! Vicki x

Scrapping Mom of 5 said...

Thanks you so much.

Linda P. said...

These are great, thank you so much. What causes "sand balls"? I've never seen that before... very interesting. I like your "world's biggest island" preview too... cute!

Renate said...

Thanks, very nice paper!
Groetjes uit Nederland!

Hilly said...

Thank you so much!!! Unique for sure!