Sunday, January 5, 2014

Simplicity | Mini Kit Freebie

Hi friends...

Welcome to the second week of January 2014! (Have you written the year wrong yet? lol.) We just got back from a quick family, post-holiday trip to Pittsburgh, PA. It was our first time visiting and a lot of fun, but oh so cold! It will be a great place to visit in the summer, especially since it's only a few hours drive. Four kids in the car can't handle much more than that. ;)

I finished this mini kit before our trip but didn't have time to get it out to y'all. The start of a new week is always a good time for something free, isn't it? I think so. It seems to have worked out perfectly then.

The latest Pixelscrapper designer challenge called for a mini kit, so here it is. I love color, but feel like I have been working with A LOT of it lately - bold colors, bright colors, all kinds of colors! I wanted to tone it down a bit and work with a neutral palette for this set. As you can see it's very neutral and as the name implies, simple. I hope you can use it on its own, as well as integrate it into layouts made with other kits. These neutrals are very versatile and will work well with many other colors.


This mini includes: 6 textured pattern papers and 12 elements. The paint strokes come as shown, as well as individual .pngs so you can mix and match however you'd like.You can find the coordinating solids in the Simply Love Scrapbooking store.


Sorry, this link has expired. You can find the mini kit as well as the solid papers pack at my Simply Love Scrapbooking store.

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Enjoy and have a most blessed week!

♥ Mandy

8 comments:

  1. This is lovely! Thank you. The colors are great!

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  2. I love your rustic frame! Thank you! :)

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  3. Thanks for the great freebie! You have been listed on www.digiscrapfreebiefinder.blogspot.com a website featuring hand-picked designer digi freebies (with a link to your page for downloading)!

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  4. Thank you - this looks like a good kit for me to use with heritage photos!

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