So today's post is about some fun the owner of Pixel Scrappers challenged us with.
Its called pass the kit and we are put into groups based on our designer ability,I got to work with 3 lovely ladies and we all had alot of fun.
We were then given this color swatch and given several weeks to work on putting a kit together.
It calls for team work and our group pulled together and worked well, in fact we enjoyed it so much, we are discussing doing this again together.
And then after this comes the November blog train, and there are some awesome goodies in that one.
Before I go any further, I wanted to say a big thank you to the ladies who have left me comments, I really appreciate them :)
Anyhow I came up with November Days for my part of the kit. When I looked at the color swatch I just got an image in my head of looking out over a mountain in the evening when the colors change and its like a painting.
I had tons of fun with this, so I really hope you enjoy it. If at any time you would like to share something you have made using something I have shared, I would really love to see it. And I would be thrilled to post it up here and on my facebook page.
This is the color swatch we got.
I have again included the swatch with the kit.
And I made glitter styles for the very first time.
I have included the png files, as I am not sure to how to
make them for PSE. Sorry, I will try find that one out.
As I said this is my very first time, so if there are problems, please let me know.
And this is a preview of some of what I made to go into the main kit.
And the preview of the left overs so to speak :)
And lastly the preview of everything together and what you can download.
It consists of:
6 patterned papers
1 squirrel cluster
1 frame cluster
I messy paint cluster
2 fern leaves
2 other leaves
1 paper frame
1 owl dangle
1 stitched tag
and of course the glitters.
I am pretty sure there should be enough there for you to make something pretty with.
But wait there is more :)
My fellow kit makers have even more goodies for you on their blogs, so be sure to click and visit them.