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GIVEAWAY: New Paper Pack - Summer Joy

Yay! It's time for a new release and a giveaway, and I am very excited. Though it's only the beginning of this journey, I look forward to continuing to create digital products regularly. It all started two weeks ago with Tea Rose digital paper pack, and now I have a set that's perfect for those classic, vintage or shabby summer projects: Summer Joy.


This set includes 8 digital papers and 3 cliparts. Elements like this lovely flower bouquet, lace and vintage handwriting are present throughout the collection. You can mix and match designs to create cards, scrapbook pages, and much more. The tone of yellow prints soft and pretty and will match any light creamy yellow cardstock base or paper you'd like to work with. Come back tomorrow to see a sample card I made using Summer Joy.

Now for the giveaway! For a chance to win this digital set:
1. Subscribe by email to my blog; and,

2. Leave a comment below this post.
3. If possible, share giveaway on your blog's sidebar.

Stop by next Sunday to see if you are the lucky winner! Remember, Summer Joy digital paper pack is available now through Paypal here.


Thanks for your support.

==Giveaway closed==



Comments

  1. Gracie,
    Perfect summer paper, bright and cheery. Good job. Oh, and may the best team win.

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  2. Wonderful for summer cards, weddings and any happy event. Perfect to cheer up a person needing encouragement too!! Beautiful art work!!

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  3. secretsister001@hotmail.comJune 14, 2014 at 7:03 AM

    love the yellow & white combo

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  4. So happy and cheerful! I love the white and yellow combo with the beautiful floral bouquets. It's certain to bring joy to any recipient, no matter the occasion :-) Well done Gracie!
    Hugs,
    Lena
    Lena’s Creations

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  5. Wonderful summer colors. Throw my name in the hat. I have shared as well.

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  6. bonniemccurley@yahoo.comJune 21, 2014 at 4:39 AM

    Love, love , love these paper packs, I use them all the time!

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