One of the many good things about spring is that without it, without the absence of colorful flowers, chirping birds, gentle breezes, and rolling hills of green, we might fail to appreciate the beatify around us. So much of the wonder of spring is found in the return of what was absent. Spring-a-Ling is filled with all of the things that remind us of spring: a sparkling sun and raindrops, a colorful rainbow,a sweet little lamb and whimsical birds; butterflies and balloons; and all you need to scrap your gardening projects.
This is the inspiration behind my newest collection, “Spring-a-Ling.” This collection is no longer exclusive to The Digichick, and you will now also find it at:
Let’s take a look at “Spring-a-Ling!” Besides the Kit, there are other fun packs to complete the “Spring-a-Ling Collection,” and help you easily create your scrapbook pages!
Unique Alpha, created from wood scraps, embellished with kit elements.
Blendables! Place on background paper and use as they are; or experiment with Blend Modes to create unique effects.
Borders help make your pages come together in a snap!
And so do Clusters!
Word art helps set the tone for your pages!
Edgers give added dimension to your layouts. Use as is, or experiment with Blend Modes and/or Opacity.
A pack of dotted papers give you even more options.
Softly blended Watercolor Papers coordinate perfectly with the kit patterned papers.
And, finally, a Solid Paper Pack to round out the Collection.
Did you see Monday’s Inspiration by Beatrice, where she highlighted some Spring-a-Ling layouts and explained how and why they work so well? This Monday, she will be highlighting even MORE Spring-a-Ling layouts! This is a great way to learn some tricks that our wonderful creative team uses!
I love this 2 page spread by msbrad…. and I missed something that Beatrice pointed out. Be sure to come back next Monday to see if you spotted it!
I have another beautiful freebie for you too! This gorgeous border was created by Charne!
Just click on the image below to download!
Enjoy! I hope to see you back on Monday!