Saturday, August 27, 2011

Get it Scrapped Weekend


The DigiChicks has the GET IT SCRAPPED WEEKEND planned and its gonna be awesome!  Join us for a weekend of challenges, prizes, and chats! I love the idea of getting some pages done!

Friday, August 26, 2011

PAJAMA PARTY!!


Head over to the DigiChicks to join in the PAJAMA PARTY!  Friday, Aug 26, 10 pm EST!!!  FUN PRIZES and chat and FUN!!!  Did I say FUN?  I'm gonna try and get up for it and its gonna be 4 in the morning!!!  EEEEK!!!

Thursday, August 25, 2011

30% OFF SALE



WHOOOHOOOOO....big sale at the DigiChick. Everything is on sale. At ViVa, yep, most things (charity and bundles not included) are 30% off so head over there for an amazing price!

Sunday, August 21, 2011

FREEBIE!

Don't forget to purchase the Katmandu kit, it's a charity kit with all monies going to the SEWA foundation to help the street children in Nepal. Read about my amazing neighbor HERE and HERE.



Head over to our Facebook PAGE and like us for this fun freebie:


Friday, August 19, 2011

NEW CU embroidery

Want to add some stitches to your kit? This pack has all the pieces to create your own floral ribbon embroidery as well as finished ones! 12 pieces and 8 finished.



And it can be for your scrapkits, websites, and mixed media projects for sale. No credit necessary!

Monday, August 15, 2011

ViVa News and Freebie

Don't forget to grab the Katmandu kit. It's for a great cause, supporting SEWA who takes care of the little people (children) who need help the most. $5 is change to us, and its food and shelter for these kids:


Our CU this week at DigiScrapWarehouse:




It's a set of 10 different frames for your commercial use! You can use in scrap kits, websites, and more! No credit necessary.

And, we have 5 CU kits there for a really low price of $2!! Again, no credit necessary!






Finally, your freebie!!! This was available at DigiScrapConnect's Design Factor as a freebie. If you haven't downloaded it, here is your chance, it goes great with our kit Siren's Song:



HERE IS THE FREEBIE:





Wednesday, August 10, 2011

New Charity Kit

Today, we are introducing to you our Charity Kit, to benefit SEWA, a non profit organization that helps the street children of Nepal. The kit looks like this:


This kit was inspired by my (Vivienne's) neighbor in Holland. We were very lucky to live next door to Harry and Marlene, two very special people. Harry is a tour guide to Nepal and Tibet, but to a select group of physically challenged people. He takes handicapped people on fantastic tours that would be normally difficult to manage (his site here). But he does more than that. He also provides aid to an orphanage in Katmandu and helped to develop a hotel that provides amenities to the handicapped travelers. His and Marlene's selflessness is amazing to see. I am so happy to call myself a friend. So, this kit was developed with his images of the Himalayan area.






And here is what our team did with it.









Remember that in purchasing this kit, all proceeds (after fees) will be sent to SEWA...to help the street children.

Tuesday, August 2, 2011

More Fun!

First, there's an exclusive gift for you on our Facebook Fan page!!! Head over there and LIKE us to get it!

Second, have you been over to DSA to check out the FIX? $5 AND 4 STORE COLLABS!!! That is one amazing price for megakits! Check it out!


The kits are from MScraps, ScrapMatters, 9th and Bloom, and the DigiChicks!!! Whooohoooo!

Monday, August 1, 2011

DigiChicks is awesome!

This month, DigiChicks starts up their awesome challenges again. Every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, AND FRIDAY, check out the forums for NEW challenges to get your creativity jump started and complete your layouts!

And, for those back to school layouts, here is the PERFECT megakit for working on it:


Included in this collection, you will find:

82 patterned and plain papers; 12 x 12
110 various elements (including apples, stickers, flowers, frames, ribbons, word art and more!)
2 alphabets with numbers and symbols
2 printable hybrid projects (in .png and .jpg format)

I think that's enough stuff for several pages and projects, don't you?