Scrapbooking inspiration can be found literally anywhere. I stumbled across this image on Pinterest and had no idea what it was. But I was intrigued by the shape and clicked on the image. Can you believe this is a coffee maker? It is just too cool. I had to use the design for a layout.
Welcome back to the second part of this week’s Digital Trends. There are so many beautiful and fun holiday products available right now that I’ve broken the article up into two parts. In case you missed the first part, you can see it here: Digital Trends | Holiday Products, Part I. And don’t forget to check out the store links below – there are many, many more wonderful products out there. Right now, let’s go take a look at even more new holiday digi products!
Two Peas In A Bucket
Two Peas has a lot of really cute holiday-themed kits but two in particular caught my eye. Baers Garten Designs has a new release of adorable Christmas elements that includes a bunch of toys, including an airplane, cars, trains, tractors, a princess and 3 adorable houses, with and without snow accents.
Dianne Rigdon’s new release is beautiful and includes 21 elements to help you plan this year’s elf shenanigans.
It is almost Thanksgiving here in the U.S. and the digital scrapbooking world is more than prepared for all those holiday and gratitude-filled layouts. There are a lot of thankful-themed new digi products available right now. Let’s go take a look at just some of the newest releases.
Designer Digitals has two new whimsical digital collections out this week. Katie Pertiet’s kit includes 10 12 x 12 papers, word strip labels, buttons, flowers and a lot more. Her colors are beautiful and traditional – orange brown, red and green. Pattie Knox has also released an adorable new kit. Hers includes both patterned paper and cardstock, cardstock stickers and puffy stickers, along with a bunch of whimsical embellishments – all designed with muted tones of blue, khaki, orange, and green.
Flair buttons and pins are hitting the digital – and paper – scrapbooking world in a big way. They are such a fun embellishment and I love the variety that’s popping up everywhere right now. Let’s go take a look at just a few of the great digital flair buttons I’ve found.
Two Peas in a Bucket
At Two Peas, Edeline Marta and Jen Martakis both have brand new sets of flair buttons available. Edeline Marta’s set is an adorable bunch of circus characters and Jen Martakis’ set includes a set of muted sports and stars buttons.