Saturday, May 7, 2011

I think this vintage photo means I'm genetically flawed... (iNSD 2011blog train, too!)

Hello, friends! Mostly this little blog of mine is about family stuff, but every now and then, I get to share part of my other life as a creative team member for ScrapMatters. Today is you're lucky day, gentle reader, as I have both something family AND something digi scrapping related. Are you excited??? I'm guessing about three of you might be - and the rest have absolutely no idea what digi scrapping is. Read on...

Here's the family stuff: in honor of Mother's Day, I dug out this vintage photo for your viewing pleasure. Please try not to giggle too loudly...


Fun, right? You know what I notice first about this photo? Our super-spiffy matching outfits. It's clear that coordinating family duds for photos is something I'm genetically predisposed to. Case in point? My family's recent matching Easter outfits. My mother taught me well.


Now for the digi scrapping hoopla (and welcome to all you ScrapMatters blog train riders!) Today is (inter)National Scrapbooking Day! In honor of the celebration, let me show you a little something the ScrapMatters Design Team whipped up:


There's a huge party happening over at ScrapMatters today with challenges, chat, games and prizes (not to mention a monster of a sale.)  With any $20 purchase in the store during their sale (May 6-12), you'll get the collab for FREE. 

I used the kit to make this little card...

...and now you can, too. Here's a free printable version. Sorry, this download link has expired.

To visit the next stop on the blog train, head over to Cara's blog.
Lost? Don't fret! The ScrapMatters blog will help you find your way.







3 comments:

scaccogirl said...

Such a cute freebie, Sarah! Thanks!

Vieve said...

Awesome card template! Thank you and happy NSD!

CBH said...

Thank you so much for this post. I want to let you know that I posted a link to your blog in CBH Digital Scrapbooking Freebies, under the Page 8 post on May. 08, 2011. Thanks again.