Thursday, April 17, 2014

Two More Miss You Sentiments

Hello friends! I have a couple more 'Miss You' cards to share. These are the other two sentiments that complete the original set of four that I created. As I mentioned it my last post it occurred to me that a lot of people would probably prefer to have individual images just for ease of use. As someone who works with graphics so much I sometimes forget that it's not as easy for others to adjust and manipulate them. So scroll on down if you'd like them.



Again I'll ask your forgiveness and confess I didn't really keep track of what I grabbed from where in terms of my supplies on these and my photography skills are showing some rust but I wanted to share them anyway.



Here are the sentiments. 
Just remember that you may use my freebies in any of your personal crafting projects but if you'd like to share it with others I ask that you post a link back to this post so that they can come and download it and see this usage policy. Please do not sell it in any form, repost it,  pin it or claim it as your own. If you want to pin my card, please do and then you will always be able to find your way back to the digi when you're ready to use it. Just click on it and then use the 'download linked file' or 'save as' command to save it to your computer. 


Happy Crafting!
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7 comments:

Donna Nuce said...

Thanks Paula -- nice to see posts from you!

Dixie Cochran said...

I love maps!! What a perfect map for your card. Two terrific “miss you’ cards, and they’re so different. Well done!

Lee Mae said...

Thanks for reposting these. So glad to "see" you!

Sandie C said...

Thanks so much for these individual digis - I tend to make production line and tend to use the same image when I do this. This will make it so much easier as I can now adjust the size as well.

PS I make cards for the troops in Oz

Cindy E. Rapson said...

OMG Paula! These are so eye-catching! Your composition is perfect! And THAT paper... to die for! Great job...

Tami B. said...

Thanks Paula. I was thinking about you last night while I was stamping with one of your old stamp sets I bought.

Cheryl Claycomb Anderegg said...

wonderful cards! Love the masculine feel of both, thanks for sharing your freebies and talents!

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