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11 comments | Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Well, my long weekend left me too tired to post on Sunday, so today I am sharing two "Hook and Ladder" blog freebies---Day 12 and Day 15....click on the images to download and say "hi" when you do......

And here is the download at Divine Digital today......get it in THIS THREAD!

And tomorrow I have a kit featured as the Divine Diva Deal---check it out:

But today why not grab this fabulous collab kit I made with Royanna---"French Country!" It is a fabulous kit and there are lots of layouts shown with the listing so you can see all the possibilities of this kit....here's a look at what is waiting for you with "French Country"......
"French Country" is a french rooster inspired mega kit collaboration from Wetfish Designs & Studio RA Designs. Come travel the back roads of France to the beautiful countryside through cafes and natures beauty - through the eyes of two Divine Designers, Cyndi Wetmiller & Royanna Fritschmann. This universal kit has a lot to offer from the hand crafted wrought iron elements, unique alphas & gorgeous French rooster patterning to the French Country grunge textured papers. This must have kit is one of a kind and is perfect for a variety of layout themes and styles! Come travel with us....and get lost in the French Countryside. Kit Includes: 26 Papers, 2 Alphas, 3 Chandeliers, 12 journaling mats/elements/labels, 5 floral stamps, 2 Flowers, 4 leaves, 8 borders/trim, 7 frames, 1 bracket, 1 corner, 4 embellished elements, 1 rooster stamp, 2 fluerdelis, 6 roosters, 2 vine hearts, 2 tags, 1 ribbon, 3 wrought iron elements
Click on the image to get to the product in our collab boutique and enjoy this wonderful kit if you make the purchase!

I have a few new products in the works that will be hitting my boutique later this week. But I'm curious....is your digital scrapbooking spending down or suspended due to the economy? I've noticed that with my boutique it was like as soon as the bad news about the economy hit my sales went down to next to nothing. So I'm curious, is it me or the economy? Help me out as I'm really discouraged!
I'm off for a hayride with my boys and my parents......and then off for a drive up to "World's End State Park" to catch some refreshing glimpses of nature at its best. Hopefully I'll have some time to post photos of the beautiful fall leaves of North Central Pennsylvania.
Have a great day!


Anonymous Lea said...

Cyndi I love your stuff!
thanks for both freebies

8:52 AM

Blogger Sandy said...

Thank you, Cyndi, for the wonderful freebies!!

10:36 AM

Anonymous Lauri said...

Thanks for the add-ons! I always love your kits! And yes,I have cut way back on buying new kits. I don't think I've bought anything yet this month! Once the economy starts going again, watch out, I'll be hitting the stores!

3:08 PM

Blogger Sharon aka Scrapcat4914 said...

TY so ever much for both FAB extras!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

3:18 PM

Anonymous Ann_Ominous said...

Thanks for the extras.

I think it is the economy. People get scared and spend less, even if they do have money available. A dog groomer I know had just about everybody start calling on 9-11 and cancel their grooming appointments. It was 2 weeks before business picked back up.

3:23 PM

Blogger twoboyz00 said...

Thank you very much!!

4:35 PM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks for the great add ons... but wanted to let you know the country french kit is just AMAZING...the color scheme is fantastic...I can NEVER put together colors like that and as usual...everything is supurb!! yes its the economy which converted me to a hybrid scrapper from a paper one and the freebies which keep me a digital beginner forever!! thanks for the great inspiration!

8:06 PM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks so much for both freebies.

8:59 PM

Blogger Stash Empress said...

Thanks so much for both blog freebies & all the other great parts of this kit!

9:29 PM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank you for the latest of your fabulous goodies! As to your question about is it you or the economy - definitely the economy!!!! Unfortunately even for those of us who consider digi-supplies a necessity, they do fall under luxury spending so if you haven't got the cash or are afraid your cash won't last, you don't buy. It will get better, just hang in there!

10:07 AM

Blogger Valerian70 said...

It definitely isn't you, I put te blame squarely on the economy. I come from a 3D art background and even high earners in that field have noticed a drastic shortfall in their earnings in the last couple of months. People just don't dare spend any spare cash that they may have in case their job bottoms out - I know I'm not spending anywhere near what I did 4 months ago on my digital art supplies and it isn't from lack of choice it's from a sense of worry that I may need those few extra pounds next month or the month after just to keep head above water. My advice would be keep doing what you love for as long as you are able and ride it out, times will get good again.

5:26 PM


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