I have been very busy this week scrapping layouts for the Month of Challenges and working on a really fun collection for the February BYOC at The Lilypad, so I was not intending to release a product this week.
But a few people have been asking about a former challenge freebie that scrappers have been posting with in the gallery, so I decided to pull together a little photo themed element pack.
And it's at a special low price - AND 20% off for the first weekend - so that it's a reasonable price even for those people who have the one transfer, title and glass button that was in the freebie pack.
Looking for 'photos first" pocket pages with a difference?
I have another set of "Messy Pockets: Noted" new in store (and on sale) at The Lilypad:
And it is also your chance to pick up the new bundle of both sets at a rather silly price!
There are so many different page options with this second set of templates, including one for a BIG photo (ideal for the hero photos of the day, perhaps facing another pocket page with lots of pics) and another for a single standout shot.
And, if you get the bundle, there are even more page options in the original "Messy Pockets: Noted" album - such as the ones I used to scrap my Barcelona album:
Do you want to create unique scrapbook pages without spending hours creating your own designs?
Two of this week's new products at The Lilypad allow you to do just that - and to top it off, everything in store is on sale as part of the big quarterly sale. All product - including the new releases - is 30% off, except for Commercial Use (CU) which is 50% off!
I have a new pack of Textual Layered Transfers. These are so much fun to play with - you can alter the colors and move around the elements to create your own unique transfers (and I have a YouTube video giving you some ideas on how to do just that) OR you can use the drag and drop versions when you are in the mood to create a page in a snap. So you have literally endless options with just one pack of elements.
(layout by Jenn McCabe)
Want more creative fun? The frame I used in the layout above is one of the drag and drop png frames included in this pack of layered frame edges. But you can also create your own frames with any paper of your choosing. Or you can use the frame edges on their own for a unique and cool look (as I did on the first layout below). And here's a heads up: these are CU-ok so if you buy them this weekend you get them HALF PRICE!