Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Religious Freedom LDS Blog Train

One of the basic tenets of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints is religious tolerance as stated in the 11th Article of Faith written almost 200 years ago: We claim the privilege of worshiping Almighty God according to the dictates of our own conscience, and allow all men the same privilege, let them worship how, where, or what they may.

So being an American and being a Mormon, makes me doubly grateful for the religious freedom I enjoy.

I put together this little kit on the spur of the moments and it contains some files from a color challenge last year as well as some new things. I would love to see what you do with this and the other kits from the train.  Pick up my part ad-free here (because it is a direct link - I don't get to see how many are downloaded and would love to hear your comments).

Find the rest of the train: LDS blog train

Monday, June 22, 2015

Blog Make Over Time

It is way past time to redo this blog. I am collecting some tutorials at Ivy Scraps if you want to join me. Give your blog a makeover - forum at Ivy Scraps

Tuesday, June 02, 2015

June MiniPixels at Ivy Scraps

The Mini-Pixels at Ivy Scraps this month all have a Wedding theme and they have all turned out so lovely. And it is a good topic as my family and friends have had several weddings and anniversaries in May.
My part is pictured here and can be found in the Ivy Scraps store and all of the matching sets here and each mini-kit is only $1. If you really want more for free (ok a little effort), head over to the challenge forums at Ivy Scraps and earn some more.

Monday, June 01, 2015

June is for Father's Day

Time again for the LDS Blog Train - This month's focus is Dads!
I have prepared a small card kit. The backs are 8"x 5" so that they will fit nicely on half a letter size piece of paper or they can be resized down to a smaller card.
My part contains 3 backs, 3 frames, 4 ribbons, a button and 2 word art.

Pick up my part ad-free.

Then head over to the LDS Blog Train for the list.

Since I have you here - I just put my DAD album back into the store. You can create a cute little album for a Father's Day present with either #1 DAD or heart my DAD. It is designed to print on letter sized paper and fold. You can print it as is and use your physical paper stash and photos to create the album or design it all digitally before you print. I would love to see your final projects.