Saturday, September 18, 2010


Thankful that:

Hansel and I got a look at the units in Stratford Residences

Jam is Hansel's niece. She saved me from a sticky situation once, for which I am truly grateful.

For the layout I used Steadfast and Immovable's Divine Nature Kit. It's available in her stores at Faith Sisters and Scrap it Sassy. This kit has a wide variety of opportunities for digital needs from teens, girls and babies. This kit has 1 complete alpha, upper and lower case, numbers and symbols, 18 papers, and 32 individual elements (59 total after some elements are re-colored): 8 angel girls, 2 circles flower shapes, 2 bows, 2 buttons, 3 colored clouds, 3 transparent clouds, 2 curly ribbons, 1 plaid flower with leaves, 5 solid fabric flowers, 3 flowers, 1 circle flower, 3 folded ribbons, 2 cloud frames, 1 lace frame, 2 oval frames, 1 ruffled lace circle, 2 sets of leaves, 2 birds, 2 ribbons, 2 rickracks, 1 set of stars, 2 sets of stitches, 3 straight ribbons, 1 sun in the clouds, 1 divine nature tag, 1 blank tag, and 1 torch head.

The template I used also came from the set Divine Nature 12x12 Templates by Steadfast and Immovable. The templates are also available at Faith Sisters and Scrap it Sassy. These 4 templates coordinate with the Divine Nature kit. They come in PSD files only and are CU friendly.

Alpha: Steadfast and Immovable, Divine Nature Kit

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