Ania over at Pixelscrapper wanted us to create borders. She gave us examples to look at in the Graphics forum. I always wanted to learn how to create overlay borders, but never go around to learning it. So this was a great opportunity to learn. I hope that you like them!
I just love snowflakes, so I couldn’t resist this commercial use challenge. Ania from Pixelscrapper, wanted us to create 10 snowflakes. I was so excited to do this! I hope you like my snowflakes. I put some extra bling into them. You may download them here on my DROPBOX.
This alpha challenge was so much fun! I hardly make alphas for my kits, however, I’m think that I should do so. These alphas are pre-cut so you don’t have to worry about them being on a sheet. They are commercial use or personal use. You may download them here on A Beautiful Mess’ DROPBOX.
Enjoy your holidays!
Hello world! So nice for you to stop by. I just entered a Pixelscrapper word art challenge. It could be any theme. I picked Christmas since it is on so many people’s minds. I hope you enjoy my word art. If you like the word art, please be sure to comment or subscribe to my newsletter for more commercial use freebies. 🙂
All aboard….choo, choo. Welcome to the Pixelscrapper’s commercial use blog train. I decided to join this month because I thought it would be a fun thing to do. The commercial use designers have been working hard to deliver you the goods.
For my part, you have a Photoshop layered background and 3 embellishments that coordinate with this month’s blog train. I hope you enjoy!
To much further ado, here is my part. You may download it at my DROPBOX here.