Thursday, January 22, 2009

Michele's Sunflower Elements

I hope you are enjoying this kit. I have not been in a creative mood lately. You know the feeling... you work on a layout but it's not quite right and nothing is working. Well, that's where I am right now in creating a new kit. I am kind of leaning towards creating another "state" kit but don't know which state or the colors I would use. If anyone out there in scrapland would like to give me some suggestions on what they would like please let me know. I cannot guarantee that I will create a kit from your suggestion but that might get my creative juices flowing again.

Without further ado, here are the elements to Michele's Sunflower kit. This download is quite large so I broke it up into 2 parts. The links can be found UNDER the image. Enjoy!



Download part 1 here
Download part 2 here

14 comments:

eilajean said...

Hi Barbara,

I really love this kit. I know what you mean about not feeling creative. I have been plugging away at my photos. It is kind of fun (but overwhelming) traveling through the past. I hope to emerge with a fresh spirit.

I have enjoyed watching the Inauguration. It brought back my enjoyment of that town.

Thank you so much - and have a great day!

eila

Elaine said...

Thank you for sharing.Awesome kit, love the sunflowers & papers.

Ajila said...

Wow, 2 sets of elements. How great is that!!! I love the fan with the sunflower too. Actually all the elements look beautiful. Thank you so much and leaving you some love.

maggiem said...

Thank you so much for this very bright, delightful kit.

KrisG said...

OMG... another gorgeous kit. I love how bright and sunny this looks! It's a stark contrast to the weather we have in Chicago right now, haha. Thank you very much! Hugz, and have a great day

mkikine said...

Thank you so much for the beautiful kit.

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Karine (France)

Ajila said...
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Ajila said...

Hi just popping back in to say you could consider a city like San Francisco. You could choose the Golden Gate Bridge, Chinatown, trolley cars, Fisherman's Wharf. There's a landmark building too (the name escapes me, Ameritrade?) It's very tall and comes to a point at the top. Anyway, lots of inspiration in California. Can you tell I'm a California girl (originally born in Oregon though!) As always, LYSL

Juli and Brett said...

thanks so much Barbara. I am excited to see all these!

nancy said...

whoa! I almost forgot to go back and get the second elements. THank you for the wonderful kits. Nancy

Michele said...

Thank you! I am sorry your mojo isn't where you would like to be. But you did an excellent job on the kit despite not feeling so creative! :-) HUGS!!! Thanks!

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Samy said...

Have you considered focusing on cities instead of an entire state? There are some great cities that are known for certain things. I would love to see a kit on Nashville...with it's history of country music, and it's fun buildings (like the Batman Building...which is really the Bell South building). I think it would be a lot of fun!

Thanks for all of your great kits!

walking-girl said...

Wonderful work. thanks for sharing