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Friday, December 2, 2016

Freebie Friday: Snowflakes Digi Paper

Hidey Ho to all our Freebie Fridayer fans! It is the end of the business week, and you know what that means--time for a new freebie!

While winter doesn't officially start until the 21st of December, it is already cold here where I live and we've had snow on the ground since last Thursday!  With all those snowflakes out there, I was inspired to create a digi paper to honour the winter season that will soon be upon us. Sandy originally offered up the snowflake image as a freebie in October 2015. I'm including the original freebie here in this post as well, just in case you are new to the blog and don't have it.

#F 76 Snowflake (Free)


Psst...don't forget to left click on the image to bring it up full size in the light box before saving.

This image can also be found in the store HERE.

Here is a preview of the paper...

Another creation under the Scribble Doodle Designs label! This free paper is six inches by six inches (1800 pixels x 1800 pixels)--the perfect size for card making! It is in jpg format and published at 300 dpi. Credits include: Jessica Johnson, Creators Couture; and of course, Scribbles Designs. To grab today's offering, click the download button to be taken to a download location. In the zip folder you will find a copy of the creation, the preview sheet, the full credit information and the Scribble Doodle Designs terms of use which are standard to all of our folders.

Well that is it for this one! I hope that you enjoy today's offering.

There is still plenty of time to play along in our Happy Holidays challenge!

Then we'll be back next Friday for another Freebie so I will see you all again soon!!!

Until next time,
Lisa D.
(Strategic Content Developer & DT Coordinator)


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