Sunday, March 31, 2013

Pixelscrapper Blog Train - Birds and Bees

I am taking part in another Pixelscrapper blog train. I have so much fun trying to make new papers and elements and figured I'd participate. I had fun with the first one, so I am here again! The theme is 

 

Pixelscrapper Blog Train - Birds and Bees

I really loved the colors, and had no problem coming up with papers to make. The one thing that I don't have a lot of experience in is, creating elements from scratch. So, that was one thing I wanted to accomplish with this blog train. The other thing I wanted to do for this blog train was create papers with graphics on them, so I made some bees papers and some birds papers as well.

I hope you enjoy!!



You can find the whole list of participants here.

28 comments:

Lou Anne said...

This was a great experience for me! I love what you did with the theme. Your alpha is very versatile and your chubby little bees are really cute. Thank you for sharing!

RockyDesigns{Shelly} said...

Thanks so much~! So very cute~!!

eversoscrumptiously said...

Wow, I think you did a great job! I, too, had never made any kind of elements before. These challenges are such fun opportunities to learn. Your alpha is super fun, and will go really well with the art journaling stuff I made. Yay for mini kits that add up to make mega kits!

Miss Becki said...

I love your alpha, especially, but it's all so great! Thank you! :)

BitsOScrap said...

Thank you for sharing your part.
Tina

Dawn said...

Lovely! I really like your elements and the water-colour feel you have to the kit - much appreciated!

Christine Smith said...

Yes, elements can be a challenge - you did GREAT!! Have a wonderful week :)
Christine Smith || Owner
CUDigitals.com

Michelle King said...

Sweet, sweet, sweet! Thanks so much.

bloominga said...

I'm not a designer but I love what you created! Thanks so much!

Brooke said...

Great job, Emily! Thanks for sharing!

Cat Armstrong said...

Very nice kid. It will make some beautiful layouts.

Meg said...

cute, thanks! :)

Stephanie said...

I love this color palette, very spring! Thank you very much for your part! :)

Antique Mommy said...

love it! thanks!

tina
littlebitsandpieces.net

Sharon Grant said...

Beautiful job! Great creativity~

Sharon Grant said...

Beautiful work. Fabulous creativity!

omalley24 said...

Love the watercolour feel of our kit. Thanks, it was lovely.

Charlene Mitchell said...

Thanks so much for sharing!

dezines2amaze.com said...

Hi there! Super cute. I was not able to download the kit pieces though, there was an error at the box.
xoxox Beth

Cynthia Arnett said...

Thank you Emily for the cute kit.

Isabell Hauck said...

Hey...thanks for your stuff. I like your flower papers very much. I used this blogtrain for practicing as well so I can understand your point...keep creating :).

Lórien said...

Hi Emily! Thank you for join us! My favorite part of your kit are the birds papers. So cute <3

eversoscrumptiously said...

As I was making my Project Life layout this week I was thinking about what I might want to do with my title card (the one that says "Week 15," etc.) and I remembered your alpha and thought it might go well. It's perfect! This is the first item I've actually used from this blog hop and I was super impressed by the quality of your alpha. Thank you! ~ Violet

http://eversoscrumptiously.wordpress.com/2013/04/16/project-life-week-15-april-8-14/

Lis said...

Thank you for the freebie!!

KT @ OneOrganicMama said...

Thanks for linking up to THE Pin it Party!
http://oneorganicmama.blogspot.com/

Tracey Brossart said...

Cute ty!
Hugs

Val Spiers said...

This kit is lovely. Thanks.
valspierssews@gmail.com

Unknown said...

This is a very cute kit, I love the papers a lot. Thank you for sharing. -Marie

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