Saturday, April 11, 2009

Are you there yet?

Get your self over to HERE and get some Free Scrap! One week only, then the kits will be offered for sale. This week's theme is "Are we there yet?" those four little words that make road trips so much fun.

Along with all the others.

Are We There Yet?

It seems we can always count on Julie from Bits'N'Bobs to take part in the bi-weekly sychro-scrap at Exquisite Scraps. She's give us a road and some muddy Jeeps to play with, so we can go off roading. :)

The Sassy Sally poser used in these first two tags is from Deanna's Dreams. She's a bit on the toon side and comes in a variety of colors and poses for a total of 18 tubes in the package. The Island of Misfit Toys alpha is from Free Digital Scrapbooking.

With the summer coming up, this is a great kit to have on hand. After all, no matter where you go, you have to get there first, so why not save all the fun of trip?

Are We There Yet?

The label in this tag was Created by Jill and is also part of the give-away. This is my line during the trip, I always think I'm lost. I'm just a lost soul. I can't seem to help it.

The train ticket is from Voodoo Scraps and the Black and White Bead alpha is courtesy of Katimausi76.

Are We There Yet?

If you are in need of posers, you might check out Poser Emporium, which was the source for "Cutie". She is by R.J. (RonniJo) and she isn't cheap. She's FREE! Can't do better than that!

This tag puts me more in the mind of a trip to the mountains though...maybe an outing with the Cullens looking for Mountain Lions and Bears?

The label is from Bits'N'Bobs. The rest of the scraps are from Chili Designz portion of the collaborative effort.

Are We There Yet?

Toon boy comes with the kit. I'm on not overly keen on this style of poser, but I know some of you find them adorable. The antique aeroplane in the foreground is from the Antique Treasures #7 collection from Chili Designz.

Chili usually puts such nice realistic pieces into her offerings that the helicopter just seemed out of place, but it does work if you're putting together a kid's tag or page.

Captivated Visions is the only designer offering a page size version of their kit, all the rest of the offerings are taggers size. Jill's labels are on the larger side. Gemini Creationz proved an alpha but it's saved to only 118 DPI, so I have no idea how it would work for printing.

Remember, the kits are only available for free until April 17, 2009. After that they become PTU products, so don't delay! Do the bunny hop over and pick up your Easter Pressie from Exquisite Scraps today!

1 comment:

Bits N Bobs said...

Thank you hun.
I love seeing what you create with the themes. Can't wait to see what you come up with for the next one ;)
I tagged you by the way :O)