Monday, November 28, 2016

Digital Scrapbooking Free Download - Dec Blog Hop

At The Table
December 1, 2016
Oregon

Did you have a terrific Thanksgiving, those of you in the USA?  I sure did.  It was wonderful to be with family, and we also had two people that had no place to go.  It was great to serve as their family, too.  I can't believe how the months are flying by. I could have sworn I was just looking out the winter window a few days ago, looking for spring and summer.  Now they are behind me, growing smaller in the distance.  Next year I need to do something different.  At least once a week I'm going to take a blanket and lay out in the field to watch the clouds drift by.  I'll let the day fill me up inside with sounds of the birds, sounds of the breeze blowing across the faces of wheat stalks, and the sound of bees taking pollen back to the hive. I'll watch the evening sky fall into night, and gaze upon the velvet darkness scattered with the magnificent ribbon of stars.  Come back to me, warm days of summer.

I live on a hillside, above the world's second largest valley.  Some days are magnificent, and other days are like today, as the winter wind races across the face of this mountain like a zephyr.  But somehow, even the quail manager to waddle about, eating sunflower seeds along the patio that have blown out of the bird feeders.  I'm surprised that they haven't been blown over into the next county, but I suppose that is the blessing of being a bird, knowing how to maneuver through the storms.

I just ate an apple called a "Pacific Rose".  Wow, they are good.  Sweet, juicy and crunchy, like a Honeycrisp, but only better and less expensive.  I hope you look for a few at your local grocery store.  I didn't even know about them, but the produce fella was putting out new fruit and told me that he thought that they were the best apple ever.  They are big with a delicate pink and white color. They are now my "Go To" apple.  The produce guy was greatly disappointed when I grabbed a bag of the less expensive apples to feed the horses.  Apparently, he doesn't like his precious fruit going to animals, and I don't blame him.  But our two horses get a treat every morning, and they are more like children than horses, anyway.


Now that it is December let me just say, I am SO GLAD that the election is over.  No matter who you were voting for, the anxiety and tensions were tantamount to a mad house.  I don't think I have ever seen such a tidal wave of emotions grasping our nation than during this particular election. I hope that things soon settle down and that we all can find common ground.  We all need to come together in harmony somehow, and be kind to one other.

I hope that you have wonderful plans for the holidays, no matter if you celebrate or not - we are going to visit my daughter's family for the holidays.  They live in another state, so it's a long drive.  I don't get to see them as often as I would like, but my husband makes the occasion very special for me. 

December means another Blog Hop. The assigned subject is "At The Table".  I went for a theme that had more kitchen gadgets and word art about gathering together at the table - But guess what - I took a look at the preliminary work of the other members on Pixelscrapper, and realized that the majority were putting together Christmas decorations - and they sure looked beautiful!  So, just to balance my own kit, I made a few Christmas things for you.  I made a snowman, a moose, and a mouse, as well as some other designs.  I'm just learning how to use my shape tools to make my funky animals, so I need to improve.  I'm thinking about buying a graphics table for drawing, but haven't made up my mind if I would use it often enough. If you want to see the other kits in the blog hop, you can find the final list in the Pixelscrapper forum, under "Pixelscrapper Blog Hops".  It's free to join.  It's free to download the blog hop kits. 

Here are my previews of my December Kit, and once again, I had trouble with choosing what papers to package up for you.  But I whittled it down to just 32 papers so that the downloads would be more manageable. (I received a complaint about the size of my paper downloads....)   I also have more elements than displayed - I just didn't have the space in the display.  All of these are under my "Good Karma" Terms of Use, which is supplied at the end of this post.  To be clear, you may use these for commercial use, no strings attached.  I simply ask that you do a kindness for others, no matter how small. When you receive a kindness, please pass a new kindness on to another.  













Blessings and blue skies,

Sunny










     


28 comments:

  1. So many goodies! Thank you so much for sharing your time and talent. Merry Christmas to you and yours.

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  2. wow! such a nice large kit. Thank you for sharing this and the other freebies this year. Merry Christmas and may God bless you and yours this year and through the oncoming year.

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  3. Merci beaucoup, très joli ce que vous avez fait.

    Jnet

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  4. Thank you for the great kit.

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  5. Awesome! Thank you so much !

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  6. A wonderful kit from a very generous designer. May blessing be returned tenfold through Christmas and the New Year.
    Blessed Be.

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  7. I LOVE to see anything with your name attached to it! Your work is wonderful. Thank you very much!

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  8. I love your writing, and thank you for sharing your digital goodies! I have learned so much at Pixel Scrappers. 2017 will be my year to join in the designer fun! Wishing you all the blue skies and sun-warmed days that you want!

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  9. Thank you so much for sharing your talents! It sounds like you live in a beautiful, peaceful place. Merry Christmas!

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  10. Thank you so much!Blessings and love from South Africa

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  11. Thanks for the great digital designs. I love your critters and look forward to seeing more. Merry Christmas!

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  12. Wow, thank you! I love your designs for this blog train.

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  13. Thank you for sharing your beautiful work!! Wishing you & yours a very Merry Christmas, and a Happy New Year :)

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  14. Thank you so much for yet more beautiful designs I too always love the critters you create!

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  15. Thank you! & may your holidays be blessed!

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  16. Thank you very much for your wondreful art! :) <3

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  17. Gorgeous and generous kits!!! Thank you so very much for sharing all your beautiful work!!!

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  18. Awesome and so very generous, THANKS a lot for the fabulous share!

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  19. Thank you so much - beautiful designs!!
    I'm another rural Oregon gal - snow still on the ground, and 32 degrees - feels like Christmas! :)

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  20. Здравствуйте! У вас прекрасные наборы!У меня ссылки не работают- пишет- не имею разрешения на скачивания данного файла...Если,можно,залейте,пожалуйста,по другому( можно одной ссылкой0 Извените за беспокойство.Большое спасибо.
    Hello! You have beautiful sets! I have no links rabotayut- pishet- do not have permission to download this file ... If you can, fill, please, on the other (one can ssylkoy0 Sorry for bespokoystvo.Bolshoe thanks

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  21. Thank you for sharing all your beautiful kits with us.
    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.
    Hugs,

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  22. Thank you for the wonderful shares!

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  23. Wow, what an amazing and generous kit you put together! So beautiful. Thank you for sharing!

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  24. Thank you so much for being part of this amazing blog train !

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  25. Thank you for your wonderful gifts :)

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  26. thank you for all bless you

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