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Digital Trends | Love Themes

January flew by faster than ever this year. February is now here and Valentine’s Day is upon us. Luckily, the digi stores are delivering all-new love-themed products and they are beautiful! Let’s go take a look at some of the newest ones I’ve found.

Two Peas in a Bucket

At Two Peas, Just Jaimee and Hero Arts have new Valentine’s Day kits. “Secret Crush” is an enormous collection of shabby and slightly-grungy products including 21 papers, eight alphabets and over 75 elements. Hero Arts has just released a new set of 12 stamps and brushes with love-themed word hearts, message borders and a heart spring.

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Digital Trends | Snowflakes

With the winter weather upon many of us, digital scrapbooking designers are making sure that we have a lot of new fun products to play with. There are some gorgeous new snowflake-themed products out right now and I can’t wait to show them to you. Let’s go take a look at some of them!

The Digichick

Guest designer, 2am Designs, has just released two beautiful new products at The Digichick. The first kit includes five gorgeous papers with an artsy flair and wintery motif with numerous falling snowflake scenes, plus 2 painted base papers. The second kit includes 34 versatile and fun elements, including numerous lovely snowflakes that will help you add a touch of color to your winter pages.

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Digital Trends | Pastels

With spring just around the corner, it’s no surprise that we’re seeing lighter, softer hues in the newest digital products to hit the stores. Pastels are popping up everywhere! Here are just a few of the pastel digital products that caught my eye this week.

Sweet Shoppe Designs

Two kits at Sweet Shoppe Designs immediately drew me in – a beautiful banner kit with optional stitching by Traci Reed and a lovely faith-based kit by Kristin Cronin-Barrow.

Traci Reed’s new banner kit includes a lot of options – six different kinds of banners and 15 pastel colors.

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