6.23.2008

A New Collection and a Movie

Hey all! Just wanted to let you know that if you've ever been curious about digital scrapbooking and want to know what comes in a 'collection', have I got the thing for you. The amazing designers over at Scrap Girls have just released a FREE, brand new, FREE, gorgeous, FREE, Refresh collection. Did I mention it's FREE?? In it you get 16 expertly designed papers, a multitude of embellishments (seriously, I can't even count them all), 2 Scrap Simple Paper Templates, 2 Scrap Simple Embellishment Templates, a 3-piece brush set, a 3-piece Style set, and a 3-piece texture set.

All for free.


So don't miss this opportunity to pick it up and start playing. If you've got Photoshop Elements, Paint Shop Pro, or the big Kahuna (Photoshop CS3), then you're already good to go. Plus, if you've got any questions, you've basically got an expert right here ready and willing to help you out. That's right, I said it. I'm an expert. I'm finally embracing it, LOL. :)

On a less marketable note (heehee), Nathan and I took Eli to see his very first movie tonight! We went to see Kung Fu Panda. I just love Jack Black and I couldn't wait to see it. Eli did surprisingly well, even with a couple of intense scenes. We're thinking this may be the start of us getting out of our house once in a while together. Who knew?? :) Any other good kid movies out there right now? We've decided he may be a bit too young for the Dark Knight. So I guess we'll be calling on Aunt Janae to babysit for us, lol.

5 comments:

shayne said...

i don't know who is more excited to see wall-e, me or remi....you could take eli to that!

Laurel said...

Oh yeah, that will be a good one. I wonder if he'll be into the whole robot thing -- he loves animals, so the panda one was good. We'll have to be adventurous and try it out! :)

Shalae said...

We took our kids to Horton Hears a Who since they've been reading the Dr. Seuss book forever. They loved it. Isaac (age 1) had a hard time sitting through the whole thing the but the other two girls did well!

Shelley said...

Fun movie night! I bet that will be lots of fun to do more together! BTW I love free digital scrapbooking stuff -- it's usually the only way I can do it lately -- living on a student's budget and all. Thanks for that!!

Yes, Minister... said...

We took Li Li to see Horton Hears a Whoo and she loved it. We have free morning movies at the one of the theaters during the summer every Tuesday so yesterday the kids saw Mr Mugorium's Wonder Emporium.

Thanks for the news on the kit! I posted it on my blog too :D
Ladybug hugs,
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