Tutorial Tuesday (Photoshop Elements)

It’s All About the EXPOSURE!

Today’s tutorial comes to you courtesy of my weekend wandering through that black hole known as Pinterest. I wasn’t even looking for inspiration but BAM! there it was!!

I don’t know about you but I have a whole folder of photos that are unscrappable for one reason or another. Many of them are seriously under-exposed… and they’re usually of something I really, really, REALLY wanted to use for a layout. Like this one, for example. I took it on my first trip to Ireland in 2014; there’s a lovely 2-storey manor house in the centre, surrounded by idyllic countryside. But you’d never know it. All my efforts in the past to improve these shots were failures, mainly because they looked really over-processed and artificial. Then I found this method of fixing these oh-so-dark shots. To wow you thoroughly, I’m going to start with this one, as my worst example of underexposure.

The first thing to do is make a copy of the image, either by right-clicking on the layer and selecting Duplicate Layer, or simply using the shortcut CTRL/CMD>J. If you choose the first method, there’s an extra step, because PSE is going to ask you to name the new layer. The shortcut just makes a copy, and calls it that. (You already know what method I use.)

Now for the magic! Just change the Blend Mode from Normal to Screen. Click on the button at the immediate upper left of the Layers panel and select Screen from the drop-down menu. For those of you who don’t know much about Blend Modes, they’re really great tools; I put together a tutorial on what they that you can find here.

Can you see the change that simple step has made? Hedges!!Shrubs!

Just by copying the Screen layer, I can bring out more details.

Still not great, but so much better…

So I added another copy of the Screen Layer.

And another…

I kept adding copies of the Screen layer and the image just kept getting better and better.

It’s getting there, but still has some room for improvement.

Almost there!

And then… YES! I can see the leaves on the shrubs in the foreground, the trees on the hill and have a much better photo.

Then I Merged all the layers together. Select all the layers then right-click somewhere within the Layers panel, choosing Merge Layers from the drop-down menu. Or do what I do,  select the layers then CTRL/CMD>E.

I’m happy with the exposure now, but I feel like the image is a bit hazy. So my next favourite new tool is the Enhance>Haze Removal (or CTRL/CMD>ALT>Z).

It doesn’t change the image in a huge way, but the leaves are sharper, the house looks sharper and the colours are a smidge more saturated.

Let’s try it again, this time with an indoor photo taken without a flash. No harsh shadows, but also no background detail…

The first Screen layer does this.

Adding a second Screen layer brings out more of the carved panelling.

Now I’ve got three Screen layers and I’m almost happy.

Four Screen layers and I’m happy.

Merge those layers and carry on! This one isn’t too hazy so I didn’t use the Haze Removal tool.

Let’s try it one more time, with an image that isn’t terrible, but could use a little help.

First Screen layer…

I added another one, then one more and now could see the beams under the roof a lot better.

Then I Merged the layers.

I wondered if Haze Removal would make it even better. And to my eyes it did.

So that’s a handy trick for the under-exposed shots. What about the ones that are just a little blown out – over-exposed? Is there a quick trick for them? YES! This photo is from my daughter’s wedding trip to Jamaica.

Now, this wasn’t in the little piece I found online, but I thought about if for a minute and decided to try something… it worked! I copied that first layer but instead of using the Screen Blend Mode, I chose Multiply.

Look at that! It’s a bit dark, but much better with just ONE blended layer on top of it.

The easiest way to adjust it was to lower the Opacity of that Multiply layer to 92%.

Merge those babies!

I gave it the Haze Removal treatment too.

And there it is!

This next one, a gallery I shot in New Orleans, doesn’t need a lot of adjusting either, but I wanted to know if I could love it more.

After the first Multiply layer I feel it’s a bit too shadowy now. But I know how to fix that.

Ooh, that’s better! 82% is about the right amount of Opacity here.

I love that this trick is so much less labour-intensive! I Merged the two layers…

and hit it with the Haze Removal tool too.

I saved the worst for last. This wall paper is in the circular entry hall of the manor at Coollattin, the estate where my Irish ancestors lived and worked until 1847. It’s hand-painted watercolour on heavy paper, and it’s absolutely beautiful. But you wouldn’t know it from this photo!

One Multiply layer later… I think it’s too dark now, but when I was batch-editing I thought it was fine.

I kept going with the process and reduced the Opacity to 80%.

It’s better than the original so I Merged the two layers.

And got rid of the Haze.

There’s a lot of detail visible now, and the colours are much more saturated.

Then, just to see, I added a Screen layer and it’s PERFECT!

Are you already looking through your photo folders for shots to experiment with? I bet you are!

~~February Feature Designer – Day Dreams ‘n Designs~~

Happy February. Today we’re talking with Shelley of Day Dreams ‘n Designs. She was kind enough to answer my scrapping and somewhat off-the-wall questions.

How long have you been designing?

I started out designing blog train freebies in 2014 and then opened my first store in April 2015. I started with a guest spot at GingerScraps in November 2017 and love being a GS designer.

What made you decide to design?

I had started digital scrapbooking a fews years before but then found some tutorials on how to design my own stuff. After participating in blog trains I found out how much I really enjoyed it.

What do you use to create your designs (program, additional tools, etc.)?

Photoshop CC

Describe your design workplace.

I have my own office with a large u-shaped desk that holds my PC and two monitors and my Mac Computer. And yes I use it all!

What motivates and inspires you as a designer?

My kids and what I need to scrap for them along with colors and themes.

What is your favorite kit currently in your GS store and why?

A Snowy Adventure has always been one of my favorites. I love doing snow kits because I love snow but I also love the color palette.

What was your first job?

My first job was at a place call Sears Teleservice. We answered calls from people wanting to schedule repair service for Sears appliances.

Have you ever met anyone famous?


What are you reading right now?

The Unblemished series

What is your favorite quote?

Life is to be enjoyed, not endured.

What is something you want to do in the next year that you’ve never done before?

Take my family on a cruise.

You have your own latenight talk show, who do you invite as your first guest?

Hmm, I don’t really watch talk shows but recently some of my favorite songs have been from Imagine Dragons so let’s go with them!

If you had to delete all but 3 apps from your smartphone, which ones would you keep?

Find iphone, Messages, and overdrive – gotta have my ebooks and audiobooks!

If you could have someone follow you around all the time, like a personal assistant, what would you have them do?

Hands down cooking and then cleaning. But I hate cooking more.

Would you rather travel back in time to meet your ancestors or to the future to meet your descendants?

Hmm that’s a tough one but probably to the future to meet my descendants and see what it’s like.

What commercial jingle gets stuck in your head all the time.

We only stream so we don’t watch commercials but my kids like that shark song and that gets stuck in my head a lot unfortunately!

If you could turn the ocean into a liquid other than water, which one would you pick?

But water is my favorite thing to drink! I don’t drink soda any more but my favorite was cream soda so I’ll go with that.

Thank you to Shelley for playing along. Make sure to check out her GS Store, her FB Fan page, and her blog. Also, make sure you are grabbing each piece of the daily download from the GS blog.


Fresh Baked: February 08, 2019

On the road again. I just can’t wait to get on the road again!!

It’s almost time for Season 9 of Survivor, Gingerscaps style! Scrap your way through the challenges and score yourself some immunity!

Before we can start though, we have to do that BIG reveal! What will be the theme? Will we be going back to Grandma’s Attic? Maybe another cruise?

You never know! Your wildest guess could get you a free kit!

Forum Link to all the details: SURVIVOR Season 9!! Guess & WIN!

Remember when you spend $10 in the store, you get a great new collab! It’s not just the young persons who get celebrated!





Word Art and Flair Pack: https://store.gingerscraps.net/Travelogue-Oklahoma-Word-Art-and-Flair-Pack-by-Connie-Prince.html
Bundle: https://store.gingerscraps.net/Travelogue-Oklahoma-Bundle-Pack-by-Connie-Prince.html
Kit: https://store.gingerscraps.net/Travelogue-Oklahoma-Kit-by-Connie-Prince.html
Word Bits: https://store.gingerscraps.net/Travelogue-Oklahoma-Word-Bits-by-Connie-Prince.html
Templates: https://store.gingerscraps.net/Travelogue-Oklahoma-12×12-Temps-CU-Ok-by-Connie-Prince.html









Kit: https://store.gingerscraps.net/Love-You-To-Pieces-by-LDragDesigns.html
Templates Vol 1: https://store.gingerscraps.net/Love-You-To-Pieces-Templates-Vol-1-by-Ldragdesigns.html
Templates Vol 2: https://store.gingerscraps.net/Love-You-To-Pieces-Templates-Vol.-2-by-LDragDesigns.html

Kit: https://store.gingerscraps.net/Made-For-You-by-LDragDesigns.html
Stacked Papers: https://store.gingerscraps.net/Made-For-You-Stacked-Papers-by-LDragDesigns.html
Cluster Frames: https://store.gingerscraps.net/Made-For-You-Cluster-Frames-by-LDragDesigns.html
Journal Cards: https://store.gingerscraps.net/Made-For-You-Journal-Cards-by-LDragDesigns.html
Embossed Papers: https://store.gingerscraps.net/Made-For-You-Embossed-Papers-by-LDragDesigns.html
Glitterstyles: https://store.gingerscraps.net/Made-For-You-Glitterstyles-by-LDragDesigns.html
Collection: https://store.gingerscraps.net/Made-For-You-The-Collection-by-LDragDesigns.html





Bundle: https://store.gingerscraps.net/Pretty-Paws-Dogs-collection.html
Page kit: https://store.gingerscraps.net/Pretty-Paws-Dogs.html
Journaling Cards: https://store.gingerscraps.net/Pretty-Paws-Dogs-cards.html
Graffiti Pack: https://store.gingerscraps.net/Pretty-Paws-Dogs-graffiti.html
Word Bits: https://store.gingerscraps.net/Pretty-Paws-Dogs-word-bits.html
Bonus Elements: https://store.gingerscraps.net/Pretty-Paws-Dogs-bonus-elements.html
Bonus Papers: https://store.gingerscraps.net/Pretty-Paws-Dogs-bonus-papers.html




In My Memories Vol2: https://store.gingerscraps.net/In-my-memories-Templates-Vol2.html
Everyday Memories Vol 2: https://store.gingerscraps.net/Everyday-memories-Templates-Vol.2.html
Romantic Day Vol 1: https://store.gingerscraps.net/Romantic-day-Templates-Vol1.html
Romantic Day Vol 2: https://store.gingerscraps.net/Romantic-day-Templates-Vol2.html
Bundle: https://store.gingerscraps.net/February-2019-Templates-Bundle.html









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

Perfectly perfect for “Pizza Party Friday Night”!!

Sneak Peeks February 7th 2019

Happy Thursday! We are a week away from Valentines Day and our designers have some awesome new releases this week to help you scrap some pages about your very favorite special someone. Let’s check out all the awesomeness.

From Dagi


From Magical Scraps Galore

From CathyK

From JoCee

From Tinci

From LDrag


From Aimee Harrison

From Clever Monkey Graphics

From Miss Fish

Have a great weekend!

Tutorial Tuesday (Photoshop Elements)

Another Font-to-Alpha Option

The idea for this technique came to me while I was using Nyquil to fight off a cold and was probably not really coherent. But it seemed like a stroke of brilliance at the time so I decided to try it. It didn’t work the way I saw it in my mind’s eye, but I like how it came out in the end.

When turning a font into an alpha, bevels are very handy style tools but they don’t always give the look I want, being more sharply, blockily cut. I wanted to create a more curvy but smooth alpha with a paper clipped to it. So when it occurred to me that I could try using a rounded, beveled Style on my text then clipping the paper to that, I HAD to try it! Alas, it didn’t work the way I expected… I still ended up with a flat, 2-dimensional image. So I went back to the drawing board.

This font, called Lovelings (by a designer named Darrell Flood) was found at 1001 Free Fonts. It’s got that solid, curved look that makes great alphas.

I’ve started to automatically make a copy of my original text layer before I make and adjustments to it, just in case I need an untouched one later.

Then I started trying my idea out. And failing. Miserably. More than once! But then I tried this and it worked, so you get to see it. On my TOP layer, I added a Layer Style from Miss Mis DesignsHustle and Heart.

I used the cherry-red acrylic style and didn’t make any adjustments to it at all. It looks pretty great, but it isn’t the effect I was after.

So I turned the visibility for that layer off and went to the BOTTOM, original layer.

Then I dropped a patterned paper from I Believe in Love on top of the text. PSE in its later incarnations has an unfriendly habit of scaling objects to a single dimension (height) of the canvas, so it’s a pretty minuscule little swatch here.

To overcome that I resized the paper to 400%. It’s easy to do precisely by clicking on one of the corner handles of the Bounding Box, which opens up the Transform menu, then simply typing in the dimensions I want.

Once I had the paper big enough to work with, I Clipped the paper to the layer below it. CTRL/CMD>ALT>G is the WSNH shortcut, or Layer>Create Clipping Mask works too.

As you can see, the acrylic layer (visible again) is a little bit transparent and lets the paper show through. But not enough.

Easy enough to lighten the top layer some to let the paper show, but without losing the curvy, round effect of the acrylic altogether. I only decreased the layer’s Opacity to 80%.

All that was left was to select and Merge all the layers (CTRL/CMD>E or right-click>Merge) and I was ready to create the rest of my siggie.

I’m going to keep trying to get a rounded bevel on a font that stays put when I clip a paper to it, and if I succeed, I’ll show you how I did it.

Spread the Love in February at Gingerscraps

The month of love is upon us. One of the best ways to show your love is to share those memories! Time for some new kits!

It is the First of the month, and that means the reveal 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: Feb 01

Time to sing the praises of the new month because it’s time for a new daily download!

January’s DD was so soft and just encouraged you to cuddle up and be warm! Considering how cold some areas are and have been lately, it was the perfect kit!


And now for February’s daily download!


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.

Sneak Peeks

Happy last day of the month! One month down in 2019! Tomorrow is not only new release day, its a new Buffet day! There will be tons of new goodies debuting tomorrow! Let’s take a look!

From JB Studio

From Mags Graphics


From LDrag Designs

From Snickerdoodle Designs

And a massive sneak peek at the Buffet!

Tutorial Tuesday (Photoshop Elements)

Fancifying Those Fonts

As promised, today’s tutorial is a demonstration of how to add some variety to your fonts. IceCold had the most options so I went with it for the layout I did up for the Mix It Up Challenge. I used a template from Jumpstart Designs that I’ve had forever and CathyK‘s Aviator kit.

If you’re a faithful reader, you’ll recall that I like to create my titles on their own work space so I can play around without distraction and without messing up anything on my layout accidentally.

Before I can do anything to the text I first have to Simplify the layer. Right-click on the layer on the Layers panel then select Simplify Layer.

Because I never know where I might go with my experimentation, I like to make several copies of my original layer so I won’t have to recreate it later. Then I play with the copies. CTRL/CMD>J will make one copy for each time you perform the keyboard shortcut. Or you can right-click on the layer in the Layers panel and select Duplicate Layer. (Can you see why I use the WSNH – Work Smart Not Hard – shortcut?)

The first thing that occurred to me was to make the snow caps look like snow caps. I was originally going to just Erase the letter parts but thought better of it.

I added a Layer Mask by clicking on the icon that looks like a square of paper with a circle in the centre, right there in the middle of the icons at the top of the Layers panel. Why? Because if I go too far with my Eraser, I can easily change the tool to a paint brush and paint back the part I should have left alone. It’s as simple as toggling between black and white in the Color Selector. To know which color is the one you want, remember the phrase “White conceals, Black reveals“. Keyboard shortcut? Just hit the X key!

Then I started Erasing away the letters from the snow caps.

This part of my technique is VERY time-consuming. And it causes eye-strain too… but that never stops me from trying new things or writing tutorials about my experiments!

Is it just me or do these look more like eyebrows than snow caps?

Once I had all the letter parts removed, I Simplified the layer. Same like with the font step. Otherwise, unless you’re paying particular attention (and I’m usually not… watching TV while I work is how I roll!) you won’t know what part of the layer you’re working on until you’ve committed some massive blunder and can’t reverse it. (Guilty as charged!)

Now I want to add some chill to my snow caps. In retrospect, I really didn’t need this step, but I have the screenshots so I’m going to show you because it does tie in with a later step.

To quickly and easily change to colour of fonts and text, just create a Layer>New Fill Layer>Solid Color. It will apply your new colour to everything selected.

When the New Layer menu box opens, make sure the Use Previous Layer to Create Clipping Mask box is checked. If you don’t take that action, the whole canvas will be filled with that new colour.

I know the blue is impossible to see, and as I said, I really didn’t need to do this step. But can you see in the screenshot that I Copied the snow cap layer BEFORE I added the Fill layer to the original snow cap layer? That’s another WSNH tip. Only do things once!

Again, you want to Merge these two layers in the same way and for the same reason you Simplify text and other Layer Masks. It’s to preserve what you’ve already done.

This next screenshot is impossible for anyone to actually read, so I’ve included the pertinent information on it. I’m going to use a glitter Styles set from Just So Scrappy‘s Lucky Me bundle. The fastest way to get to your Styles folder is to just click on the Styles button at the bottom of the Layers panel.

Katie of JSS always includes both chunky and fine glitter in her Styles bundles. I chose the fine white glitter #2 option because my title isn’t going to be huge, and snowflakes aren’t either.

This is the effect it gave my snow caps. Now you can see why I said the colour change wasn’t necessary… you can’t see any of the blue anyway!

On we go to the copy of the snow caps.

The colours in JSS‘s Lucky Me bundle work for this next phase, so I’m using the Chrome set for this. The Style adds a very smooth shiny look to whatever you hit with it.

Again, Katie offers options! There are thick and thin Chrome coatings here. I knew I’d want the thin one so that’s what I used.

It didn’t look quite like I wanted it to, so I right-clicked on the fx icon on the layer in the Layers panel and opened up the Style menu. I adjusted the various sliders to give me more of a chilly, icy look.

Then I lowered the Opacity of the Chrome layer and the snow cap has dimension, some colour and some sparkle.

I could stop here. HA!

I went down to the very first layer where I’d typed out my title, hid all the other layers, and added a Layer Mask to that first layer.

Then I started Erasing the thin lines from the letter section of the title.

Once I got them all Erased, I Simplified the layer.

I also wanted to lose the snow caps, but because I’d already isolated the snow caps, it was a piece of cake to get rid of them. I clicked on one of the snow-cap only layer thumbnails to Select the outlines of the snowcaps – while still on my lowest layer – then Edit>Cut (CTRL/CMD>X) them away.

I knew I wanted to use the Paint Bucket to fill the wide spaces with colour and I knew (from prior experience) that if the areas I was filling were not COMPLETELY enclosed, the whole shebang would be filled, I decided to put a Edit>Stroke around the snow caps’ edges. Just a skinny one, 1 pixel wide. Then I erased the parts that weren’t required.

This is where I wound up.

Then I used the Paint Bucket tool to fill in all the spaces inside the letters using the same light blue as before. I decided the dark brown lines were just too harsh, so I wanted to change them to a darker blue/green. So I went to Enhance>Adjust Color>Replace Color.

Another thing I’ve learned form doing it wrong a thousand times is to make sure the colour I WANT is the BACKGROUND colour. Then I clicked on the colour swatch at the top of the menu – the colour I want to replace – and used the eyedropper that popped up to click on the dark brown.

Then I clicked on the lower colour swatch to make it active. If I had a colour on my canvas that I wanted to use, I could then click on it with the eyedropper, but I don’t so I clicked on the background colour swatch where I have my darker blue-green. And bingo! the dark brown is now dark blue-green.

I could stop here. But you know me… I didn’t. I felt like the letters needed some sheen to make them look icy. I opted to use the Wow Plastic Styles that were already in PSE when I bought it. There are 10 options in that set. If you hover your cursor over the little blocks it’ll tell you what each one is.

As you can see, it changed the colours quite a bit while adding that shine I was after. I played around with the fx menu a bit.

Then I checked to see if the title looked the way I wanted it to. And it didn’t.

I went back to the title canvas and Copied the white glitter layer, moving the copy layer to the very top, above the shiny blue Chrome layer. Then I Erased some of the top white glitter layer to make it look like freshly-fallen snow on top of some older, crusty stuff. (Those of you who live in the snowbelt know what I mean.) Then I opted to play with the letters layers again. I tried one of the Glass Buttons Styles, which also are integrated PSE styles.

Only snag? All that work I did with the stripes went bye-bye. Boo! But wait… There’s a tweak for that.

And back they come! Almost happy…

I still had some snow-cap-less layers there in the middle so I went to one of them and erased everything but the skinny lines.

Quick change to the colour – Layer>New Fill Layer>Solid Color in white.

It’s pretty subtle, but it’s there and I like it! So let’s see how it looks on the layout.

YES!! I think it’s a lot closer to the colours in the photo and I’m very happy with the outcome!

See you all next week!

Fresh Baked: January 25, 2019

The end of the month is nearly upon us! Don’t forget to get signed up to all of the designers’ newsletters and get some extra freebies!

Remember when you spend $10 in the store, you get a great new collab! It’s time to celebrate the start of a new year!


Collection: https://store.gingerscraps.net/360-Life-Feb-Pure-Collection-by-Aimee-Harrison.html
Kit: https://store.gingerscraps.net/360-Life-Feb-Pure-Page-Kit-by-Aimee-Harrison.html
Alphas: https://store.gingerscraps.net/360-Life-Feb-Pure-Alpha-Sets-by-Aimee-Harrison.html
Frames: https://store.gingerscraps.net/360-Life-Feb-Pure-Frame-Clusters-by-Aimee-Harrison.html
Blooms: https://store.gingerscraps.net/360-Life-Feb-Pure-Blooms-by-Aimee-Harrison.html
Extra Papers: https://store.gingerscraps.net/360-Life-Feb-Pure-Extra-Papers-by-Aimee-Harrison.html
Edges: https://store.gingerscraps.net/360-Life-Feb-Pure-Messy-Edges-by-Aimee-Harrison.html
Glitters: https://store.gingerscraps.net/360-Life-Feb-Pure-Glitters-by-Aimee-Harrison.html





Bundle: https://store.gingerscraps.net/Travelogue-Alaska-Bundle-Pack-by-Connie-Prince.html
Word Art and Flair Pack: https://store.gingerscraps.net/Travelogue-Alaska-Word-Art-and-Flair-Pack-by-Connie-Prince.html
Kit: https://store.gingerscraps.net/Travelogue-Alaska-Kit-by-Connie-Prince.html
Word Bits:https://store.gingerscraps.net/Travelogue-Alaska-Word-Bits-by-Connie-Prince.html
Templates: https://store.gingerscraps.net/Travelogue-Alaska-12×12-Temps-CU-Ok-by-Connie-Prince.html







Bundle: https://store.gingerscraps.net/BeYOUtiful-Bundle.html
Kit: https://store.gingerscraps.net/BeYOUtiful-PageKit.html
Flairs: https://store.gingerscraps.net/BeYOUtiful-Flairs.html
Clusters: https://store.gingerscraps.net/BeYOUtiful-Clusters.html
Clusters: https://store.gingerscraps.net/BeYOUtiful-Titles.html
Cards: https://store.gingerscraps.net/BeYOUtiful-Cards.html

Kit: https://store.gingerscraps.net/Where-The-Heart-Is-by-LDragDesigns.html
Journal Cards: https://store.gingerscraps.net/Where-The-Heart-Is-Journal-Cards-by-LDragDesigns.html
Cluster Frames: https://store.gingerscraps.net/Where-The-Heart-Is-Cluster-Frames-by-LDragDesigns.html
Alphas: https://store.gingerscraps.net/Where-The-Heart-Is-Alphas-by-LDragDesigns.html
Worn Out Papers: https://store.gingerscraps.net/Where-The-Heart-Is-Worn-Out-Papers-by-LDragDesigns.html
Embossed Papers: https://store.gingerscraps.net/Where-The-Heart-Is-Embossed-Papers-by-LDragDesigns.html

Kit: https://store.gingerscraps.net/All-You-Need-Is-Love-by-LDragDesigns.html
Cluster Frames: https://store.gingerscraps.net/All-You-Need-Is-Love-Cluster-Frames-by-LDragDesigns.html
Journal Cards: https://store.gingerscraps.net/All-You-Need-Is-Love-Journal-Cards-by-LDragDesigns.html
Alphas: https://store.gingerscraps.net/All-You-Need-Is-Love-Alphas-by-LDragDesigns.html
Worn Out Papers: https://store.gingerscraps.net/All-You-Need-Is-Love-Worn-Out-Papers-by-LDragDesigns.html

39: http://store.gingerscraps.net/Page-Borders-39-by-Lindsay-Jane.html
Rec 39: http://store.gingerscraps.net/Page-Borders-Rec-39-by-Lindsay-Jane.html

40: http://store.gingerscraps.net/Page-Borders-40-by-Lindsay-Jane.html
Rec 40: http://store.gingerscraps.net/Page-Borders-Rec-40-by-Lindsay-Jane.html




A Pizza My Heart QPs – https://store.gingerscraps.net/A-Pizza-My-Heart-Quick-Pages-by-Scraps-N-Pieces-SNP_APMHqps.html
Southern Charm QPs – https://store.gingerscraps.net/Southern-Charm-Quick-Pages-by-Scraps-N-Pieces-SNP_SCharmqps.html
Primitive Autumn QPs – https://store.gingerscraps.net/Primitive-Autumn-Quick-Pages-by-Scraps-N-Pieces.html
Boys…Trouble QPs – https://store.gingerscraps.net/Boys…Trouble-Quick-Pages-by-Scraps-N-Pieces.html
Sweet Magnolia 2 QPs – https://store.gingerscraps.net/Sweet-Magnolia-2-Quick-Pages-by-Scraps-N-Pieces.html

Kit: https://store.gingerscraps.net/Follow-Your-Heart-Kit-by-Snickerdoodle-Designs.html
Bonus Papers: https://store.gingerscraps.net/Follow-Your-Heart-Bonus-Papers-by-Snickerdoodle-Designs.html
Borders 1: https://store.gingerscraps.net/Follow-Your-Heart-Borders-1-by-Snickerdoodle-Designs.html
Borders 2:https://store.gingerscraps.net/Follow-Your-Heart-Borders-2-by-Snickerdoodle-Designs.html


Here is the Freebie from the GingerScraps shop for the January 2019 Newsletter Hop! It is an alpha set the coordinates with the January {2019} Free With Purchase shop collab "New Year".

Direct Downloads (make sure you get them all, there are 4 alphas included)
Alpha 1: https://gingerscraps.net/Ginger/2019_NLFree_AlphaSet/GS_NewYear_Alpha_1_NLFree.zip
Alpha 2: https://gingerscraps.net/Ginger/2019_NLFree_AlphaSet/GS_NewYear_Alpha_2_NLFree.zip
Alpha 3: https://gingerscraps.net/Ginger/2019_NLFree_AlphaSet/GS_NewYear_Alpha_3_NLFree.zip
Alpha 4: https://gingerscraps.net/Ginger/2019_NLFree_AlphaSet/GS_NewYear_Alpha_4_NLFree.zip

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


January is Mental Health Month! This kit is PERFECT for that!