Sunday, April 13, 2008

Like a Little Chick

My first LO without a picture. Seems a little strange, but I didn't have a good picture to go with the LO, and I couldn't come up with a way quickly to add one, so I just did without - besides, their MDO teacher, Ms. Debbie does these great sketches. I have another spring one with their fingerprints I need to scrap yet too.

Funny, I bought these Straight Set ribbons a while ago and wondered if I'd ever use them and now I can't stop using them.

The color challenge over at the digichick this week was orange, which inspired me to get this LO done - their challenges have been great for getting my most current LOs completed.

Folded Paper Brush from Paper Damage by Adobe
Ribbons from Straight Set by Natalie Braxton
Stitching by Manu
Grid Overlay from Basics Overlay by Pton Designs
Knot by Knotted Stitches by Katie Hadfield
Alpha by Dirty Feet Designs
Heart Brush from Endlessly by Seishido
Actions - inked edge by Atomic Cupcake
Fonts - 2peas chatterbox, stamp act, kid print
chick sketch & saying by Ms. Debbie @ MDO

Now for another little freebie. Last week I revisited one of my older LOs that I had done in Powerpoint and wanted to do in PSE. Decided to make a small kit which I have broken into 4 pieces and one template. By the time I give it all away I'm sure I'll have an add-on too. Here's a preview of what I have so far - 14 papers, and elements in all the colors, the labels go all the way to 10 years. You can click on the image to see a larger version, some of the items I had to make smaller to fit in the preview.

Pick up Part I of From a Little Baby HERE


Maria said...

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

ahalversen (DBA) said...

Thank you so much! I love your designs!

Vedette said...

Thank you so much! I love it! =)

TaraDK said...

Thank you so much for this kit! My hubby and I are adopting an older local waiting child, and we will be making a Life Book for her - this will be the perfect addition for those photos :D Thanks again!

Lee Anne said...

Oh my gosh those are too adorable! How cool is that their teacher does those little sketches! I can't get over what a cute idea that is. Hope you don't mind if I copy the idea for my little guys. I can get their feet prints but still can't get them to not squirm well enough to get he hands. :)

And thanks for sharing the cute kit. You are so talented!

Lisa said...

Sarah, Thank so much for these adorable elements and papers. I will use these for my grandaughter that will be born in July!