This month's kit is called...December Delights
I know that not everyone celebrates Christmas so if you are one who doesn't, I hope that there will at least be an item or two that you can use. I also know it is too late for this year but since people work on their Christmas cards all year long, I know that some of you will be able to make use of a few of these items, real soon!
First up, I'll start with the usual, some Lovely Lettering wordart depicting the name of the month...
These word art creations are all made with fonts free for commercial use. They are in png format and published at 300 dpi. The three bottom ones have been altered with layer styles from Shelby Kate Schmitz of graphicssoft.about.com.
Okay, it is time to move on to some Paper Play...
I don't know about you, but I have always really liked the combination of black and cream. While they aren't traditional Christmas colours, I still wanted them to be part of the December kit. I have provided you with three different papers all variations on the same theme. You are welcome to one or all, it is up to you! The picture of the ornament is from George Hodan and is available over at PublicDomainPictures.net. Each of the above papers (actually all the papers presented today) have been altered with layer styles from Shelby Kate Schmitz.
Next up are a couple more papers, this time with traditional colours...
As usual, all of these papers are 3600 x 3600 pixels (i.e. 12 inches) and are published at 300 dpi.
I've created a couple of Radical Ribbons that work with the above two papers, on their own or with anything for that matter that you can make them work with! You can see the detail better if you click on them to bring them up into the lightbox.
That leaves me with just a few minutes to add a couple Fantastic Frames. A few people really liked two of the recent frames I showcased in creations posted last week so I thought I'd re-size them and throw those into the kit as well.
As usual, everything is published rather large to accommodate scrapbooking. You can always reduce the size without distorting the image. These particular frames have been created using shapes and altered using layer styles from --you guessed it--Shelby Kate Schmitz.
I can not believe that a year of mini kits is done. I've gone from a complete mish mash of objects at the beginning of the year to kit names and a bit more of an organization, towards the end of the year. Incredible, the difference a year can make in design, learning, or life in general. I hope that you enjoy the last kit of the year. I'll be back in January to start building on last January's kit. Of course that is just for Wonderful Wednesdays, I'll be back in general in just a few short days. I've been working rather hard this past year and I think that I've earned a few good days away from the computer spending some quality time with the hubs and other family and friends.
Until next time,
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