iDSD (International Digital Scrapbook Day)... is coming up in a couple of days (November 3, 2012) and in honor of this day, my store at E-Scape and Scrap's Nifty Boutique will be having a sale; all items normally priced $1.99 and higher will be on sale for 50% off**. The sale will be in effect on both the 3rd and 4th of November of 2012.
** Get even more off the price of my products during this sale with the use of my 2012 Design Quest Coupons. :-)
The 2012 Design Quest challenges... hosted by Scrapping Fairytales, is in it's final week. The 4th challenge was originally due this past Monday on October 29th but because so many people participating in the challenges were affected by Hurricane Sandy, the deadline for this challenge was pushed out another week.
Our Challenge for Week 4... was to think of Europe and to create a mini kit (with specific requirements) and a Quick Page that somehow reflects our own ideas of Europe; considering the number of countries and the varying lifestyles and tradtions that make up Europe one can see that it is a very broad theme with which to be inspired and the designs could have been done in so many ways.
Having never been to Europe myself, my imagery of there comes only from books, television, magazines and talking with people who are either from there or have traveled there at some time in their lives. I conjured up so very many images in my mind but in the end I settled with a sort of day dream... I imagined a quaint, country cottage with a beautiful garden filled with, among other things, ivy and roses and then I imagined sitting in in this garden with my feet up, totally immersed in the sweet aroma of the flowers while drinking a warm and tasty, cup of tea, totally relaxed and treasuring the moment.
From these thought I created the mini kit, 'Tea Time'. You can download the mini kit and corresponding Quick Page for free for a limited time (see details below).
The Quick Page can be downloaded from MediaFire by clicking HERE.
To download the mini kit, you have the choice of 1 large file (62MB) OR 2 smaller files (28MB and 34MB).
That's it for today, thanks for stopping by.