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Monday, August 23, 2010


Do the weeks just seem to whiz by, or is that just me?  I'm going to lift us all up and start your week with a NICE HUGE FREEBIE!  I read the comments you leave, and one sweet follower told me she was especially enjoying the frames, so my sizeable FREEBIE today was designed with her in mind.  She will know it pays off sweetly to take a second to be kind or encouraging to a rookie designer, especially yours truly.

First, it's Monday again, so follow me as we add another project to THE MASON JAR.  I've designed 12 monthly oval accent frames that match the "Season Accent Ovals" offered as a freebie in a previous post back in July, I think it was.  I use this type of accent on my own layouts quite often because it's such a clean, sharp, elegant look and helps me get away from the cluttering I tend to do so well.  These are png files at 300 dpi and can be resized larger or smaller without loss of print quality.  They can be used to accent a photo, to journal within, to encompass a calendar grid, and the list goes on.  So, be sure to think outside the box a little when you need an extra touch of nice that won't be overpowering.  I hope you can enjoy these for many years of scrapping!  When you purchase, include your email in the space provided, and you will be emailed the download link inside of 24 hours.  Here's the preview:

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Onward we go now into FREEBIE -LAND!  I think I got wound up on frames this weekend!  I have a really sharp design that I enjoy using, so I went overboard and made you peeps 35 of them!!  I don't think you'll be able to get the beauty of the real McCoys from this tiny preview.  I worked extra long and hard trying to get a decent preview built for you, but I know I can't see much from this.  You'll just have to trust me that these will be pretty awesome when you move them onto your layouts!  The zip contains 35 png files at 300 dpi, and I built these in a 8 x 6 landscape aspect, but don't forget you can turn them for 35 more frames in portrait.  Wooohoo!  You can resize them and more than likely recolor lots of them to your own liking or clip papers to them even.  At any rate, hope you have as much fun using as I did making!!  I've named them "Frame Sophisticates" because of their ultra clean design.  Here's the preview:

As much as I would like, I cannot tarry here today.  Much to do, and deadlines to meet.  Oh boy, gotta get my racing shoes on for sure today, my list is growing! 

Have a pleasant start to your week, and watch out for the little children walking to and from school and school buses again.  Slow down, use caution.  Take care!

Be back soon!



CBH said...

Thank you so much for this post. I want to let you know that I posted a link to your blog in CBH Digital Scrapbooking Freebies, under the Page 6 post on Aug. 23, 2010. Thanks again.

Elaine said...

Thank you these look fantastic

melliel said...

Thank you for the great frames!