Monthly Archives: February 2012

New Release: Let Your Hair Shine

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Flower gleam and glow
Let your power shine
Make the clock reverse
Bring back what once was mine

Ofcourse we all know these lyrics, they belong to Rapunzel’s shiny, healing hair! Now to scrap all your photo’s of Disney’s latest princess and her beautiful long hair, Samantha designed this great mini kit: Let Your Hair Shine.

Now for some inspiration, here are a few LO’s I scrapped with this colorful kit!

While you go visit Samantha’s Magical Designs Blog you might as well pick up a freebie there rightaway. And don’t forget to stop at Romajo’s Blog too, cause she also has a freebie waiting for you!

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Magical Designs

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While waiting on Samantha’s next Magical Designs release, I decided to scrap some LO’s with some of her other kits. They’re also awesome to work with, you should go check it out!

I created this LO with her kit ‘Fantasy Gardens’. It’s not only great to scrap the wonderful world of Disney, you can also use the bright colors to scrap your own garden or other beautiful environments.

This one I made with the help of her ‘Main Street Shopping‘ kit. The colors are just perfect to catch the real Main Street feeling in your LO!

This lovely kit is called: ‘Dine With The Mouse’. It’s great for all your character breakfasts and dinners, I’m sure the Disney fans among us have had those!

And last, but certainly not least, there is this lovely kit called ‘Winter Wonderland’. It has lovely, bright colors which are perfect to scrap warm pages of those cold moments outside!

Stay tuned for Samantha’s new release later this week!

Welcome!

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Welcome to my blog about digital scrapbooking! I’ll be posting my LO’s here, let you know when there are scrapbooking kits or freebies that you can’t miss and maybe share some useful links with you.

On the right you’ll see a bunch of links from my scrapbooking friends. Feel free to take a look at their blogs, cause they make awesome LO’s and/or kits!

Now so you can get to know me a little better, here’s a small gallery with some of my old work:

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