Monday, December 27, 2010

Primary Lullaby Book and Breezy Calendar

Wow, It's been awhile! We moved about 2 weeks ago. Who moves right before Christmas, right? Well life has been a whirlwind. It was sort of a sudden move. We decided on Thanksgiving to move, so we didn't have a whole lot of time to prepare. But we are getting settled in! And now that Christmas is done I can get back to unpacking more boxes. Our internet wasn't working to its full capacity for the first week and half, so it was REALLY slow and REALLY frustrating. So I didn't blog about my new releases! First I want to share a project that I had been working on for awhile. I am super excited to show you!
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We love singing LDS Primary songs at our house, especially for Family Night on Monday night. But when the kids were babies I loved singing these favorite songs to them before they went to sleep. I've been wanting to make a book with my own art for awhile. My cousin had a baby and it was great motivation to get this done! Because of copyright, I have not included any lyrics, but you can easily add your own! This makes a great baby gift or any gift.
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Here is the list of songs that I have illustrated for this book. You can copy and paste the lyrics from this website: http://library.lds.org/nxt/gateway.dll/Curriculum/music.htm/childrens%20songbook.htm/indexes.htm/titles%20and%20first%20lines.htm

Page 1-2 I Am a Child of God
Page 3-4 My Heavenly Father Loves Me
Page 5-6 Families Can Be Together Forever
Page 7-9 Where Love Is
Page 10 Teach Me to Walk in the Light
Page 11-12 Search, Ponder, and Pray
Page 13 I Love to See the Temple
Page 14-16 Beautiful Savior
Page 17-19 A Child’s Prayer
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Primary Lullabies Songbook is available at Scrapbook-Elements. This 20 page Primary Lullabies Songbook is 5x7 inches, but could easily be cropped to 4x6 inches. I used my Primary Lullabies Elements plus other various kits of mine. There is also a page for a Cover/Title Page. Just add the lyrics and then this book is ready to print!
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Here's a closer look:
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I've also got Primary Lullabies Elements available at Scrapbook-Elements, if you want these for other religious projects. There is such a variety in here, from Jesus Christ to temples to scriptures to praying to nature to families to...well you can see all of them, right?
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Okay I also had a new release this week and I am so happy with how this one turned out. I did a collaboration with Miki Ferkul aka Microferk Designs. I used her amazing kit, Breezy, and my 2011 Calendar Templates to create 2011 Breezy Calendar Quickpages.

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This Calendar measures 8.5 x 11 inches when closed. Each top and each bottom measures 8.5 x 11 inches. The tops and bottoms are separate files. The tops come with two options: one with the month wordart and one blank so you can mix and match if you want. The monthly wordart is included as individual png's. Also, you can use a blank month for your cover. This is a clean, simple, elegant, classic calendar. Using calendar quickpages is so quick because all you have to do is add your pictures and if you want to add your personal birthdays before you print, you can--but it is just as easy to write them in later!
Here's a little closer look:
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Thanks for looking and hope you had a Merry Christmas, and that you have a Happy New Year!

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