Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Burlap Meets Stone Papers 2

We had an ice storm warning yesterday in our area. I was going to take my MIL to the Memphis airport but found out that her flight was cancelled. I'm kind of glad because I didn't want to go to Memphis in that weather. Her flight wasn't cancelled because of the weather though... they cancelled it due to airplane maintenance.
Today I have more papers for you. Part 2 is quite a large file so I broke it up into 2 downloads so you will need to DOWNLOAD BOTH PARTS to get all of Part 2. I tried to make the files smaller for those of you who have dial-up so it won't take so long. I'll have the elements for you tomorrow.

Download Part 2 Paper -1st part

Download Part 2 Paper -2nd part

10 comments:

Tiffany said...

so cool
I really am excited to work with these.
Thanks for visiting my page and seeing my layouts. I have had so much fun with your denim meets wood kit for my boys. Love it. I am so glad you got to see what I did. I dont have much layout talent but I sure have fun especially when working with fun kits.
Thanks for all your hard work.

KrisG said...

I love the look of this!!!! I've never worked with anything like it so this will be an experience, LOL. Than you so very much... can't wait to see what else you have up your sleeve for this kit!

Juli and Brett said...

thanks so much!

Michele said...

Very cool! Thank you!

Digi Free said...

Thank you! Your blog post will be advertised on the DigiFree Digital Scrapbooking Freebie search engine today (look for timestamp: 16 Dec [LA 10:05pm] - 17 Dec [NY 01:05am, UK 06:05am, OZ 05:05pm] ).

JillSF said...

Just discovered you already had the next gift up. Fab papers - a real change from traditional stuff around at Christmas (not that I don't love them, just like your 'different' papers for this time of year).

Barbara said...

There are so many beautiful Christmas kits out there that I did want to do something "different". I'm glad you like it.

Denise said...

Barbara, thank you for your hard work. I love the burlap and think it would make a great texture for a paper as well (personal use ONLY, of course!). Well done.

Anonymous said...

Thanks again! Cindy

Anonymous said...

Love these papers - thanks!
Robin