Sneak Peeks November 9th, 2017

Happy Veterans Day weekend! I hope you have time to scrap with some of the awesome new releases! There are many versatile kits and templates coming out tomorrow! Let’s take a peek!

From Dagi

From Neia

From JoCee

From CathyK

From Heart Strings Scrap Art

From Heather Z

 

From Aimee Harrison

From Miss Fish

From Clever Monkey Graphics and Dear Friends Designs

Have a wonderful weekend!

Tutorial Tuesday (Photoshop Elements)

Scrapping with Heritage Photos

Whew… I’ve had a frustrating few days. Before I went to bed on Hallowe’en (which should have tipped me off…) I downloaded and installed the Windows 10 Fall Creators update. It’s not like Microsoft really gives us a choice any more – it’s not IF you want to update, it’s WHEN. So I caved. And almost caved in. It changed a bunch of my settings without telling me, the one I was most upset with being my ability to take screenshots of my work for these tuts, and to know where they’re saved. Had to get Microsoft to take over my laptop remotely to get it sorted out. And if that wasn’t enough frustration, it also messed with Photoshop Elements 15, causing it to slow to barely a crawl. I went so far as to remove it from my laptop then reinstall it, hoping that would solve my issue. It didn’t. But strangely enough, at about the (creative) midway point of the layout you’ll see below PSE suddenly started working normally. I’m not sure it’s completely resolved, but I was darned glad when it snapped to! Now, all of that preamble is my apology for the skimpy nature of this week’s tutorial.

You may have noticed that I like to use heritage photos for many of my layouts. As the family historian and keeper of the family tree, I’ve amassed quite a collection of photos of long-dead relatives. And given that we Canadians will pause for several moments of reflection at 11:11 am on Saturday, November 11th to remember those whose sacrifices have allowed us the lives we live, I wanted to do a new layout for Remembrance Day. So that’s what you’re stuck with, me droning on about how to incorporate heritage photos into your layouts.

Let’s start with some tips on scanning that will cut down on your workload. When you’re going to scan old photos, especially the fragile ones that are decades old, make sure your scanner is set to a resolution of at least 300 dots per inch (dpi). If you have a choice to go higher and it’s an extra-special photo, go higher. Make sure the glass on your scanner bed is pristine; I use a Swiffer dry dusting cloth to wipe over the surface before and between scans. I also go over the face of my photos just before I put them face-down on the scanner bed. That will really cut down on the dust. Save your scans into a folder you can find again later.

And next, some simple, light edits. We’ve covered these before, so I’ve just put instructions on each photo.

I’ve never really touched on removing colour cast, but I know we all have those photos that are too warm or too cool and they just don’t look right. A lot of old photos are yellowed like this one; it’s especially true about photos scanned from newspaper or magazine articles. So let’s talk about removing colour cast.

The tool asks you to click on something in the photo that is white, black or gray. It’s not always easy to know what’s what in old photos, so you may have to try a few things. I tried the shadows on his pants (black) and it was WRONG! CTRL/CMD>Z to the rescue!! Nothing is obviously white, so I decided the sky was probably overcast and gray. Yep!!

At this point you should look at your photo’s overall appearance and decide if you need to adjust the brightness or contrast. Those controls can be found in Enhance>Adjust Lighting>Shadows/Contrast and Enhance>Adjust Lighting>Brightness/Contrast. If the image looks well-balanced then move on.

The first photo did need some Spot Healing but it wasn’t as obvious as this one is. In addition to the dust you can see, there are some fairly obvious scratches.

Don’t be reluctant to crop those photos. You’re going to save the changes as a copy, right? So that original will look exactly the same. This photo was scanned on an angle, so I used the Crop Tool to remove the deckle edge and to adjust Uncle Maxie’s posture a little. A soldier would never lean in an official photo.

Although the colour in this photo isn’t as ghastly as the other one, I want them to look like they were taken by the same camera so I opted to remove the colour cast here too. The only snag I ran into was that clicking on the phone receiver, which I KNOW to be black, turned everything really blue! The one thing in the photo I knew for a fact was white was the sclera of his eye. So I clicked on it in his left eye and it did what I wanted.

Then I threw a little High Pass filter over it and voilà!

To create my memorial layout, I used a template from Tinci DesignsJump into Fall collection and a Heartstrings Scrap Art collection called Time Traveller. I know my grandmother, who was Maxie’s older sister, would approve.

Some kits perfect for your heritage layouts:

There are so many more!!

Let’s Celebrate – Being Sick!

Well, let’s not actually celebrate it. Being sick stinks! I had the flu this past week. Man-oh-man! I am 34 years old and never had the flu before. I am usually a trooper when sick. Do all the mom things! No extra sleep! Take some pills and keep moving! Not with the flu. I was out of commission for days!! That did get me to thinking though. Sometimes even those yucky and sick moments need to be scrapped. Our designers here at GingerScraps has just what you need to scrap them too!

Little ones always seem to have boo-boos and owies. I wanted a kit that had child friendly colors, reflecting how the children’s hospitals work hard to make it as pleasant as possible for the children who have to be there.

 

Doctor Visit is a collaboration between Tracey Monette and Alissa Jones. Together we’ve created for you a great kit to cover everything from boo boo’s that Dr. Mom kisses and makes better to visits to the doctor or even the emergency room & hospital!

 

Angels Among Us is in honor of all the men and women, doctors and nurses, who help us (and our loved ones) each and every day. They are never given nearly as much credit as they are due. They are truly .. “angels among us”.

 

We all experience sick days from time to time. This kit is for layouts that capture your loved ones during these stressful times. Whether it be a simple cold, chicken pox, a broken bone or an ongoing condition.

 

 

This medical-themed kit is filled with everything you could need for all sorts of health projects. From injuries and emergencies to sickness and surgeries, this kit has you covered. It’s also perfect for celebrating the doctors, nurses and veterinarians in your life. And even better, it includes animal-themed elements as well! The color palette includes white, rose red, mustard yellow, blue, green, orange and tan.

 

Everyone at some point in time, has those not feeling great days, and this Under The Weather Kit is a super choice to scrap pages of a few of those moments. Whether it is an “oopsy” accident that can be cured with lots of hugs and kisses (and maybe an ice pack or band-aid), or something more serious that requires a trip to the emergency room or a hospital stay, this kit will have you covered.

 

NOTE: Check your stash because this was part of the February 2017 Daily Download

 

It is great for your sick little ones, whether it be a scrape on the knee or a lengthy stay at the hospital. It’s full of fun unique elements for just such occasions.

 

Been sick? Been hurt? Helped heal someone? Then this is the collection for you! DOCTOR ON CALL is for all of your medical photos – and if you’re like me, you totally have photos for this!

Well, that is about all my post flu self can handle. I am going to snuggle back up in bed. Happy Scrapping!

Fresh Baked: November 03, 2017

The days are getting shorter and the nights are getting longer. Soon, we’ll get an extra hour of sleep, unless you have kids. Then you lose an extra hour. But that extra hour means you’ll get an extra hour to create memories! And scrap those memories!

Remember when you spend $10 in the store, you get a great new collab!

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http://store.gingerscraps.net/GingerBread-Ladies-Collab-Live-Love-Life.html

blueheart01
http://store.gingerscraps.net/BeHave-5-Grab-Bag.html

blueheart02
http://store.gingerscraps.net/Be-Thankful.html

boomers
http://store.gingerscraps.net/Social-Creatures-BGD.html

cathyk01
Collection: http://bit.ly/2iTO85O
Kit: http://store.gingerscraps.net/Cool-Dude-Kit.html
Papers: http://store.gingerscraps.net/Cool-Dude-Papers.html
Elements: http://store.gingerscraps.net/Cool-Dude-Elements.html
Graffiti: http://store.gingerscraps.net/Cool-Dude-Graffiti.html
Extra Papers: http://store.gingerscraps.net/Cool-Dude-Extra-Papers.html
Alphas: http://store.gingerscraps.net/Cool-Dude-Alphas.html

connie
https://store.gingerscraps.net/November-2017-Template-Bundle.html

dagi
http://store.gingerscraps.net/Currently.html

dandelion
http://store.gingerscraps.net/Autumn-Walk-Digital-Scrapbook-Kit-By-Dandelion-Dust-Designs.html

daydreams01
https://store.gingerscraps.net/Witching-Hour-Bundle-Collection-by-Day-Dreams-n-Designs.html

daydreams02
https://store.gingerscraps.net/At-the-Pumpkin-Patch-Bundle-Collection-by-Day-Dreams-n-Designs.html

heartstrings
https://store.gingerscraps.net/October-Eves-Templates-HSA.html

heatherz
Bundle: http://store.gingerscraps.net/Autumn-Days-BUNDLE-by-Heather-Z-Scraps.html
Kit: http://store.gingerscraps.net/Autumn-Days-KIT-by-Heather-Z-Scraps.html
Peeling Wood: http://store.gingerscraps.net/Autumn-Days-PEELING-WOOD-by-Heather-Z-Scraps.html
Accents: http://store.gingerscraps.net/Autumn-Days-ACCENTS-by-Heather-Z-Scraps.html
Wood Chips: http://store.gingerscraps.net/Autumn-Days-WOOD-CHIPS-by-Heather-Z-Scraps.html
Stamps: http://store.gingerscraps.net/Autumn-Days-STAMPS-by-Heather-Z-Scraps.html

jocee
http://store.gingerscraps.net/JoCee-Designs/

kristmess01
http://store.gingerscraps.net/Kristmess/

kristmess02
http://store.gingerscraps.net/Kristmess/

kristmess03
http://store.gingerscraps.net/Kristmess/

missfish01
http://store.gingerscraps.net/Photo-Frenzy-Everyday-Bundle-by-Miss-Fish.html

missfish02
http://store.gingerscraps.net/Thankful-Templates-by-Miss-Fish-Templates.html

missfish03
http://store.gingerscraps.net/Get-Together-Templates-by-Miss-Fish.html

tinci
Year November 1: http://store.gingerscraps.net/Amazing-year-November-1..html
Year November 2: http://store.gingerscraps.net/Amazing-year-November-2..html

aimee01
Collection: http://store.gingerscraps.net/Sweater-Weather-Collection-by-Aimee-Harrison.html
Kit: http://store.gingerscraps.net/Sweater-Weather-Page-Kit-by-Aimee-Harrison.html
Alphas: http://store.gingerscraps.net/Sweater-Weather-Alpha-Sets-by-Aimee-Harrison.html
Borders: http://store.gingerscraps.net/Sweater-Weather-Borders-by-Aimee-Harrison.html
Word Art: http://store.gingerscraps.net/Sweater-Weather-Word-Art-by-Aimee-Harrison.html
Stamps: http://store.gingerscraps.net/Sweater-Weather-Stamps-by-Aimee-Harrison.html
Messy Edges: http://store.gingerscraps.net/Sweater-Weather-Messy-Edges-by-Aimee-Harrison.html
Glitters: http://store.gingerscraps.net/Sweater-Weather-Glitters-by-Aimee-Harrison.html

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Sneak Peeks November 2nd, 2017

Happy First week of November! We’re three weeks away from Thanksgiving! Where has the time gone? Our designers have a few new goodies releasing tomorrow I can give you a peek of!

From Heather Z

From Heart Strings Scrap Art

From Aimee Harrison

Have a wonderful weekend!

Fresh Baked: November 01, 2017

The weather is taking a definite turn towards colder. Leaves are hanging on by a stem. The smell of fireplaces hangs in the air. Coffee, hot chocolate, and warm cider are the drinks of choice. We’re nearly to peppermint season, but we still have a little time left for pumpkin spice!

It is the First of the month, and that means the revel of our new Buffet!!

Don’t forget to check out the Buffet Bundles, one easy click to add bundles of Buffet goodies to your cart, and an amazing value too!

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DD: Nov 01

It’s November! Can you believe it?

It’s time for the release of a new daily download! Before I can show you the new kit (which is AMAZING), I have to show you October’s (which is GORGEOUS)!

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https://store.gingerscraps.net/All-About-Fall-Kit.html

Before you lose that fall spirit, here’s this month’s Daily Download:

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http://bit.ly/2yWJUhI

Remember, the download is kept up for 5 days, and then it is taken down. If you miss pieces, the kit will be available for purchase on the first day of the following month.

Tutorial Tuesday (Photoshop Elements)

Raindrops Keep Falling on My Head

Actually, here in north-central Alberta it’s snowing on my head today….

Last week’s tutorial elicited quite a few comments. Pam mentioned in hers that she liked the sandy look but wanted to know how to make digital raindrops and Lynden Blossom wanted to know what I planned to do with my sandy leaf. So your faithful scribe set out to meet those directives. (Sorry, Jill. There is no tutorial arising from my Color Challenge layout.)

I started with a 12×12 blank, transparent canvas. Then I chose the Elliptical Marquee tool to make my droplets.

Water droplets are spherical when they’re suspended in space and have a domed appearance when they’re on a surface. So I set the Tool Options to Fixed Ratio 1:1 to give me a perfect circle. I clicked-and-dragged out my first droplet and filled it with white using the Paint Bucket.

You can click-and-drag out a random (odd) number of drops of varying sizes using that method, or you can just copy that first one then resize them to suit.

 

I made 5 round drops to start with. Then, because the photo I used in my layout looked stormy, I thought I’d add some falling drops too. The Custom Shape tool has a raindrop in the default shapes, so it was pretty simple to click-and-drag out a raindrop using white again.

I want to be able to resize and alter the shape a little bit, but there’s a raindrop!

To be able to make changes to the image, I Simplified the layer.

Then I could change the angle on the drop to match the direction the rain would be falling from in the photo. I copied (CTRL/CMD>J)the layer a few times and resized them randomly.

After I had a good (odd) number of droplets, I Merged all the layers together. (CTRL/CMD>E) That way I could apply my next few steps to all of them in one click.

We’ve talked about Styles before in several other tutorials. What they are is a group of adjustments that make the layer take on a different look. Way down at the bottom of the list of Styles in PSE’s defaults is one called Wow Plastic. That’s the one I used. The menu looks like this.

One click on that Wow Plastic Aqua Blue turned them all into this.

I felt the blue was too blue, so I double-clicked on the fx icon on the layer in the Layers panel to get into the adjustment menu. I changed the blue on the shadow layer to one much lighter, and I turned off the Outer Glow setting because it made the drops look like they had a wire ring around them. The Bevel went to the max setting to make them look more spherical.

I also made sure the light source was coming from the same direction so there’s no visual conflict.

Below are my final adjustment settings.

As I’ve mentioned before, I have a variety of purchased Styles in my stash – including a water set, but I wanted to make sure everybody could accomplish the look without having to buy anything else.

But OH they’re blue!! So I dropped the Opacity to 75%.

Then it was time to see how they all looked on my layout. So I dropped them onto it and moved it into place.

They still looked too blue and obvious so I dropped the Opacity again to 75% and liked it better.

But alas, they’re not very WET. I didn’t want to mess up what I’d already done, so I Duplicated (CTRL/CMD>J)the layer to give me a throw-away if what I wanted to try didn’t work.

Because the two layers are only 75% Opacity, I can see the underlying layer through the top one. That’s helpful; I went into Enhance>Adjust Color>Adjust Hue/Saturation (CTRL/CMD>U) and played with that.

I took the Saturation down to 0 and increased the Lightness to +20. Now it’s got a stormy gray look to the top layer.

Now it’s looking more like a water droplet on the leaf, but not so much on the photo. Hmm.

There has to be a way…

Back I went to the Styles>Wow Plastic menu and this time I chose the Clear style. I’m still on that copy layer on top of my original droplet layer.

A few tweaks of the Style in the fx menu and NOW I’m happy!! For this adjustment I turned off the INNER Glow. You could follow all of these steps on your blank canvas before moving it to your layout now that I’ve done all the experimentation for you. 😉

You can see my entire layout in the Gallery. For the layout I used Ooh La La ScrapsFalling Slowly collection (sans Styles) and a photo I found on Pixabay. (If you’re not familiar with Pixabay, you need to check it out!)

Happy Hallowe’en!

Let’s Celebrate – Halloween!

Good morning all! It is that time of year again. For those who celebrate, Halloween will be here before we know it. I bounce back-and-forth between Halloween and Christmas being my favorite holiday. Looking at my stash, you would think it was Halloween. I just have to have all of them! I keep telling myself, “You have plenty of Halloween goodies, La’Shawn!” Then…I buy more. I am excited to share with you all today the fun Halloween goodies we have here at GingerScraps. I should have posted this on Saturday. The weekend got away from me. So, we get to brighten our Monday with fun Halloween digital scrapbooking supplies.

In case you didn’t know, or that you are new here at GingerScraps. You can find anything you look for by searching in the store. You can also find a lot of holiday goodies in the HOLIDAY section. Of course there is one just for all things spooky and HALLOWEEN! I am going to try not to overload your visual senses too much…I did warn you though it was one of my favorites. (all images linked)

Boo by Neia Scraps Designs is a perfectly spooky and cute Halloween collection. Jam packed full of watercolor elements, spooky creatures of Halloween, bits of candy, and a bone cracking alpha. Not to mention the leaves, ribbons, and pretty spooky flowers. A go-to Halloween collection!

 

This super fun set of WordArt clusters was made as part of Eeek Collection. This collection is all you need for all your Halloween photos. It’s full of unique elements both spooky and not!!

 

Creating arrangements is so much fun, but also time consuming. Take an advantage of pre-made arrangements and speed up your scrapbooking process to have more time for your dearest 🙂 This wonderful pack was made as part of Happy Halloween Collection.

 

Happy Halloween! Boo to you … and you, and you! Let’s celebrate Halloween with this “not-so-scary” collection, inspired by one of the special parties held at Magic Kingdom. In bright Halloween colors, this collection overflows with themed elements, including the special decorations found in the park such as banners and pumpkins, mouse-eared ghosts and bats, Mickey and Minnie’s Halloween hats, a spooky castle, the signature party fog, a bubbling cauldron, fireworks, plus the highlight of the party: the Headless Horseman!, among many other ghoulishly fun goodies and patterns.

 

All Hallows Eve – Digital Scrapbooking Kit by Ponytails Designs Witches, werewolves, ghosts, and ghouls… they’re all out on Halloween! Prepare to be scared!

 

Creative scrapping made easy! Ever wanted to create more arty pages or Art Journal-style pages but not sure how to start? Try out these easy-to-use templates. These templates combine traditional scrapping with a bit of arty fun. Clip photographs or papers to the masks, recolour the paint layers or clip paper to them too!

 

This “Halloween” digital scrapbooking page kit features a set of 30 high-quality Halloween-themed 12×12 digital papers, each saved as individual .jpg files. Also included are 66 coordinating elements, 17 word art images, and an alpha set with numbers and lowercase letters, each saved as individual .png files. This product is for personal use, scrap-for-others, and scrap-for-hire purposes only.

 

Halloween is all about tradition: dressing up, making jack-o-lanterns, and trick-or-treating. One of the most iconic images associated with Halloween is a black cat and Hallow Kitty pays tribute to this fantastic feline. This kit pairs the traditional black and orange color palette with olive, cream, and brown for a subdued seasonal feel. Warm, autumnal flowers and leaves pair nicely with thematic elements like cauldrons, pumpkins, a toad, a crescent moon, a broom, and the eponymous black cats themselves. Hallow Kitty plays nice with other favorite fall photos, making it more versatile than a lot of other Halloween kits. So give yourself a treat today and scrap a page with Hallow Kitty – no tricks needed!

 

With 93 unique elements, 26 papers, 6 cardstocks and a full alpha, The Boo Crew is jam-packed with treats for you to use to dress up your Halloween scrapbooking layouts, cards and party invitations.

 

An exclusive design by Paty Greif. The Happy Halloween Digital Full Kit contains unique images to turn your projects even more wonderful. Hand-drawn and colored at the highest quality by Paty Greif Design Studio. The files have a resolution of 300dpi for an optimum printing quality.

 

 

 

Spooky and ghostly, in the Dead of Night. The perfect collection for any haunted house lover!

 

 

As the days grow cooler and the nights grow longer, the colors grow bolder and the wind starts to holler… It’s clearly Halloween season and time to scrap some spooky stories. Whether you’re one of those people who lives for Halloween or just need a pop of color before winter colors, it’s time to scrap your favorite stories with My Life… October. This bold, brightly-colored installment of your favorite series is heavy on the Halloween cheer. Skeletons, jack o’ lanterns, ghosts, sugar skulls, spiders… There are just so many treats in this kit! This kit also has a few tricks up its sleeve, including word strips for the best parts of October. As always, My Life is also packed full of bold patterned papers (which are so versatile that you can use them year-round), bright solids, grungy newsprint papers, a newsprint alpha, and all the flowers, ribbons, banners, and bows your scrappy heart desires. My Life… October makes it easy to finish your scrapping and get back to snacking on Halloween candy… or just making memories.

These are just a small sample of what you can find at GingerScraps to scrap your Halloween photos. I hope you all have a fun, safe & dry Halloween this year. Make sure you take lots and lots of photos! Then….you know what to do! Scrap em! Happy Halloween!

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Fresh Baked: October 27, 2017

Double, double toil and trouble; fire burn and cauldron bubble

That quote from William Shakespeare always gets me in a spooky mood, and this is the perfect time for that to happen! In just a few days, Halloween will be here! The designers all hope that you have a happy and safe Halloween and that you have lots of fun! But don’t forget to check out what’s new in the store!

Remember when you spend $10 in the store, you get a great new collab!

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http://store.gingerscraps.net/GingerBread-Ladies-Collab-Boys-To-Men.html

aimee
Collection: http://store.gingerscraps.net/November-s-Topaz-Collection-by-Aimee-Harrison.html
Kit: http://store.gingerscraps.net/November-s-Topaz-Page-Kit-by-Aimee-Harrison.html
Alphas: http://store.gingerscraps.net/November-s-Topaz-Alpha-Sets-by-Aimee-Harrison.html
Borders: http://store.gingerscraps.net/November-s-Topaz-Borders-by-Aimee-Harrison.html
Date Tabs: http://store.gingerscraps.net/November-s-Topaz-Date-Tabs-by-Aimee-Harrison.html
Messy Edges: http://store.gingerscraps.net/November-s-Topaz-Messy-Edges-by-Aimee-Harrison.html
Glitters: https://store.gingerscraps.net/November-s-Topaz-Glitters-by-Aimee-Harrison.html

boomers01
http://store.gingerscraps.net/Josephs-Coat-of-Many-Colors-BGD.html

boomers02
http://store.gingerscraps.net/Jonah-and-the-Whale-BGD.html

cathyk01
Word Art: https://store.gingerscraps.net/Time-for-Wine-Word-Art.html
Full Collection: http://bit.ly/2yehx0I

cathyk02
Graffiti: https://store.gingerscraps.net/Time-for-Wine-Graffiti.html
Full Collection: http://bit.ly/2yehx0I

dagi
http://store.gingerscraps.net/2017-Happenings-Week-37-40.html

dearfriends
http://store.gingerscraps.net/In-Stitches.html

heartstrings01
https://store.gingerscraps.net/Highlands-1-Templates-by-Heartstrings-Scrap-Art.html

heartstrings02
https://store.gingerscraps.net/i-heart-you-8-Templates.html

jocee
https://store.gingerscraps.net/Alpha-Photo-Templates.html

kristmess01
http://store.gingerscraps.net/Kristmess/

kristmess02
http://store.gingerscraps.net/Kristmess/

laras
http://store.gingerscraps.net/Laras-Digi-World/

lauries01
https://store.gingerscraps.net/Sports-Football-GrabBag.html

lauries02
https://store.gingerscraps.net/Passport-NYC-bundle.html

lindsayjane
Mix 3: http://store.gingerscraps.net/Random-Pieces-Mix-3-Templates-by-Lindsay-Jane.html
Mix 4: http://store.gingerscraps.net/Random-Pieces-Mix-4-Templates-by-Lindsay-Jane.html

magical
Bundle: http://store.gingerscraps.net/Not-So-Scary-collection.html
Page kit: http://store.gingerscraps.net/Not-So-Scary.html
Graffiti Pack: http://store.gingerscraps.net/Not-So-Scary-graffiti.html
Journaling Cards: http://store.gingerscraps.net/Not-So-Scary-journaling-cards.html
Word Bits: http://store.gingerscraps.net/Not-So-Scary-word-bits.html
Glitter Pack: http://store.gingerscraps.net/Not-So-Scary-glitter-pack.html

neia
http://store.gingerscraps.net/Neia-Scraps/

tinci
http://store.gingerscraps.net/Vintage-vagabond.html

ad01
http://store.gingerscraps.net/Kristmess/

Remember, if you complete 10 challenges, just ten, you get a free kit as well!!

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