Awareness Charity Kit and other goodies!

Ok, I promised more PINK goodness today – and here it is!  I have teamed up with a fellow CRD team member to bring you this kit:  Awareness.  Andrea (TLC Designs) had this idea to do a pink themed kit and donate all the proceeds to the Susan G Komen Foundation.  We both have had loved ones affected by Breast Cancer – and I wanted to do something in memory of my husband’s mother who passed away from it when he was young.  So I asked Andrea if I could make some stuff to contribute!  And here is what we came up with – and let me tell you, this kit is HUGE – over 200 MB!  And ALL profits from the sale of this kit will go to the foundation.  I truly hope that we are able to make a contribution in memory of our loved ones.

Awareness: Find Kit {HERE}!

Includes:

20 Papers
1 Large bracket mat
2 metal butterflies
1 glitter butterfly
11 Miscellaneous buttons and snaps
3 Fabric Flowers
1 Felt Flower
3 Frames
2 Heart Elements
5 Word Art
1 Awareness Ribbon
2 Ribbon Wraps
2 Strings
9 Glitter Swirls
1 Glitter Border
1 Scalloped Tag
1 Full Alpha A-Z, 0-9 and five symbols

I am really excited about participating in this venture and I am honored to have been able to contribute to such a meaningful cause.  And for a limited time – it is 30% off!

And then for the other things I’ve got coming out this month:

I love slapping some paint – and glittered paint is even better – behind stuff.  And I learned how to make it this week!  So here’s my first element pack!  Yep, I made something besides papers!

Glittered Paint Splatters – find them {HERE}!

Includes 6 different paint splatters in each of 6 different colors.  36 png files.

And then I worked up a little mini kit.  It’s Halloween inspired, but most of it can be used for anything.  Obviously the pumpkin, pumpkin paper, etc are a bit more Halloween oriented!  And there is lots of sparkle in this kit!

Sparkle-ween: find it {HERE}!

and the elements:

Contains:
14 12×12 papers, highly textured
1 scalloped black glitter frame
1 scalloped teal glitter frame
1 glitter pumpkin
1 glitter spider
1 glitter black cat
1 4×6 grungy photo overlay

So there you have it!  I am excited to delve into the design portion of digiscrapping – and if you use one of my things on your pages – PLEASE let me know!  I would love love to see it!  THANK YOU!

6 comments to Awareness Charity Kit and other goodies!

  • Wow! Emily, I have never really been very interested in digital scrapbooking until I saw your kits today!! I wish I knew how to do it, for I think these are sooooo neat and would love to try it…..but I just don’t have the ‘know how’ darn it.

  • I would love to use your things, Emily, because I think you are so talented and your designs look fabulous. But like Elaine above, I don’t have a clue. Do you need a special program, like Adobe Photoshop Elements? Is there a primer on digital scrapping? Congratulations on all of your new design work!

  • Hi Emily,

    First, let me say all your digital stuff looks great. I haven’t traveled down that road yet, but its there in my head. I have CS3 installed (due to hubby), but I haven’t wrapped my brain around it. I have to say that it is a little bit difficult at this point.

    2nd, I have to thank you for turning me onto those 4 Bar cards. I’ve been making some and they really are fun to make.

    Have a great weekend.

  • Angie

    I remember reading your blog when your sister started teaching you about digital scrapbooking. You seemed to be so aprehensive about it back then. I am excited to see you liking it so much. It is great that you now have the knowledge on how to create your own designs! Congratulations on this new endeavor.

  • WOW Emily, you have really gotten the design bug! Your kits are FANTASTIC and those glitter splatters are TOO DIE FOR! GREAT JOB!

  • Melanie Muenchinger

    really cool Emily! I hope one day to have time to figure out how all this digi scrapping works/can do!!

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