Scrapbooking Paper Packs
Hi there everyone! How are you today…as promised we have a new Digital paper Pack of Sensational Stripes for you and a matching Digital Ploka Dot Pack of Matching Stripes!!! So today you will be getting 16 colors of polka dots…16 matching colors of stripes for your creating pleasure! Tons of color and who doesn’t need polka dots and stripes in their basic scrapbooking collection of papers? Plus they are a gift to you. You can use these pretties for anything you would like…the only thing we ask is not to sell them as a digital paper pack collection…we are giving them to you so we want everyone to enjoy them at no cost : ) Heads up…even more digital paper packs coming next week…the more you like them…the more we will create for you. Your first pack of polka dots come in delicious sherbet colors…so pretty you can eat them right up!
Your first pack of stripes come in delicious sherbet colors…so pretty you can eat them right up!
Click here for the Convenient Zip File of the Pretty Stripe Paper Pack Part One
Part Two of the Pretty Polka Dot Paper Pack is waiting for you over at Free Pretty Things for You…So Pretty in Pastel! Say hi to my dear friend Keren when you are there! ENJOY!
So what do you think! We sure hope you love them and use them over and over and over again for all kinds of scrapbooking projects…crafts…banners and so much more! Now what are you waiting for…Download your Free Digital Paper Pack now and then go visit Keren at Free Pretty Things for you for part Two! Make sure you have a complete set…all of these colors work perfectly together!See also:
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