Monday, September 5, 2016

Digital Scrapbooking Free Download: Pixel Scrapper "Goodbye Summer"

I have another free download from a designer challenge that I participated in, with the Pixel Scrapper group.  If you don't know about the site and their wonderful resources, I encourage you to check them out.  Joining is free.

This is a smaller kit called "Goodbye Summer".  Fall always brings mixed feelings for me - I love the bounty of fresh fruits and veggies it brings to our local Farmer's Market, but I will miss the robust flower gardens bursting with color. So this kit celebrates the lovely colors of fall leaves and sunflower harvests.  Our farmers here in Eastern Oregon actually grow fields of sunflowers, and they are an amazing sight to see.  Sunflowers are harvested in the fall, the huge plates of seeds ready for a multitude of products.  Can you imagine?  Huge sunflower fields surrounded by mint fields?  Just standing there, breathing in the scent of peppermint on a warm summer day is pretty much paradise, to me.

Here below are the previews of the kit contents, and they can be downloaded from my Dropbox account by clicking on the link below each one. They are designed at 300 ppi, but are not designed to be printed out, nor are they pixel perfect. Many of the element and cluster items are scanned and extracted from their respective backgrounds.  As always these are under the "Good Karma" Terms Of Use (TOU), meaning, please use them responsibly for personal or commercial purposes.  A copy of the TOU is included in each download.


Please let me know if you have any issues with the downloads or designs.  Blessings and Blue Skies,



  1. This is Beautiful! I love your work!! Thank you so much for sharing. ALL you clusters are especially beautiful.

  2. Thank you so much! Your designs are just lovely!

  3. I agree, it's a bittersweet time of year (as I type this in December with snow falling). I absolutely LOVE the clusters in this kit, and your frames are always to elegant. Love the swirl and leaf papers. Thank you for sharing!