Tuesday, 22 September 2015

ApriltheScrapaholic-Crisp Autumn & Freebie

Crisp Autumn

Yes, tomorrow is is the first day of fall!  I can hardly wait till all the leaves have turned golden, yellow and orange and all colours in between.  My favourite time of the year next to spring.  April has made this full size kit chock full of papers and elements.  Rosy red apples, a wide assortment of flowers and some pretty papers to finish it off.  Wait till you see how I remodelled her bench to add an extra piece of furniture!  


 This is my great granddaughter Kady relaxing on a quiet afternoon.


Don't you feel like you could grab an apple and take a big crunch our of it?


Although these geese aren't fully visible they have started their trek back south.

And finally I have the freebie that I promised you.  Hope you can put it to good use.


Thursday, 10 September 2015

Ostrea Designs-Harvest Celebration & Freebie


This super kit contains 23 papers with solids, texture and glitter.  There are 48 elements and some of the cutest pumpkins ever.  This kit can be used for your harvesting photos or a prelude to Halloween. That is exactly what I used to create one of my two layouts.  Click the link under the preview to visit Tanya's store to see this one and more!




Also here is a preview of my quick page and the link to download.


Thursday, 3 September 2015

Wima4ever-Fabulous Autumn & a Freebie


That most beautiful time of the year is starting to show her colour explosion and is once again capturing our imaginations and thrilling us as usual.  Although we don't have a great turning starting yet you can feel it in the air and the ivies are starting to turn. Wilma has created this colourful kit that to me shows all of God's Bounty for us to delight in. The veggies, the fruits, the ripened nuts and of course those awesome pumpkins.  So go ahead and enjoy what we usually take for granted and spread it all around.  Simply click under the link to head there now to start your own "harvest!"


This is my great granddaughter Kady taken at a pumpkin patch a few years ago.  She visited the corn patch, the pumpkin patch and tried out the hay bales!


I captured this sunflower in a neighbours yard a long time ago.  It looked to me like it had the weight of the world on it's poor head, so droopy.  But the colour made me think of the sun and I would see fields of them in the country. So bright and cheery!


Now it is time for your freebie.