Monday, January 31, 2011

LDS Blog Train: Scripture Heroes

I am a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. We call ourselves LDS and/or Mormons. I have a few products I would like to highlight that have been inspired by my beliefs. Most of them could be used for general religious themes, but some are pretty singular to the LDS faith. If you are here for the LDS blog train your freebie is at the bottom of this post. Pictures are linked!
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This one is for specific Primary songs, but due to copyright you can add the lyrics yourself, lucky you! I include a link in the download so you can just copy and paste. I got mine printed and I am so happy with it!
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And now for the freebie! What a fun LDS Blog Train! My plan was to have enough doodles for each Primary song the kids are singing this year. The theme is I Know the Scriptures are True. So then you could make a coloring lyric book. You know the little books kids make at school where they make the pages thicker by folding them in half and then stapling them on the side where the edges come together? Am I making any sense? Well I still want to make some for my kids, but I've got to get the doodles done, so stay tuned!

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Download HERE

So your next stop is: Noisy Pancakes

Here is a look at the other designer's contribution!


And here's a list of all the stops on the blog train:

















*****You are here!****** Holley Berry Designs



Saturday, January 29, 2011

Berry Fun Templates Set 4

I am excited to release these templates: Berry Fun Templates Set 4, now available at Scrapbook-Elements and are 25% off for two days. I think that these are some favorite templates, especially the two page spread on the bottom, but the two top singles are pretty fun too!
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Here are my layouts, the top two using my Makin' It Rock Kit, and the bottom two using my Day at the Lake Kit.
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Did you get your newsletter from SBE last week? Make sure you are signed up, here's the freebie that the newsletter subscribers got from me:
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There's also lots of other freebies from the other talented designers at SBE. This layout was again made with Makin' It Rock!
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Thanks for looking!

Last Snowed In Saturday Sale

This is the last Snowed in Saturday with 40% off in my store!

Saturday, January 22, 2011

Aloha Nui Loa Bundle

I finished scrapping my sister's wedding and in doing so created some more quickpages and clusters. I decided to bundle everything together in one huge set! Aloha Nui Loa The Bundle is now available at Scrapbook-Elements and it is 25% off for two days!
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Here's a closer look at what is inside. This is the original mini kit - it has been so fun to scrap with! You can also get Aloha Nui Loa separately here.
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Here are the original clusters, also available here.
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Here are the new clusters, also available on their own: Aloha Nui Loa Clusters 2, and on sale!
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Here is the first set of Aloha Nui Loa Quickpages:
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And here is Aloha Nui Loa Quickpages 2, adding eight more quickpages for a total of twelve! These are also on sale separately 25% off.
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If you want just the quickpages you can get them together and save! Aloha Nui Loa Quickpages 1 & 2 is 25% off for two days.
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Thanks for looking!

Monday, January 17, 2011

Berry Masked Template Sets 1 & 2

I am finally getting back into the swing of things! (But I am a little late blogging so still trying!) I got my last boxes unpacked last week and it felt SO good! I am so enjoying our home! How are your scrapping goals going? I am doing pretty good so far. I've already scrapped 4 events, which was 10 pages. I am trying to scrap 5-6 events every month (and still have time for some designing!) If you need some help with your scrapping goals I have a new line of templates with masks! Here's the first one: Berry Masked Template Set 1 available now at Scrapbook-Elements.
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And here is the second one: Berry Masked Template Set 2!
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Wednesday, January 5, 2011

New Years Resolution

What are your scrapping goals this year? How did you do last year? Did you accomplish your goals (do you even expect to accomplish them or do they just drive you in the right direction)?

I was looking at how I did in 2010. I did the most scrapping in January then stayed pretty constant until I reached November and December. Granted I moved and it was Christmas time and I was potty training and..... yada yada yada. So the numbers are in! My goal was to scrap 82 events. Not 82 pages, but 82 events. An event could be anywhere from 1-10 pages but average 2-4. I scrapped 45 events and 142 pages. I am pretty happy with that. I would have liked to get a little more done but I did get pretty side tracked (I did move twice in the year 2010). I keep track of my progress in a spreadsheet.
It gives me that same feeling when I check things off my to do list. It keeps me motivated (since it is overwhelming to think of how much scrapping I have left to do.) It's nice to look back and see how much I'm actually getting done.

So what about this year, 2011? I think I will have a goal of 60 events plus any major events from this year (pretty much anything I blog about on our family blog). I might try and focus on working my way from the present to the past since I tried the other way last year. But I will give myself some flexibility, if I want to scrap something randomly, I'll scrap it!

Here's my first completed two page layout of 2011 (I actually did the left last year and the right this year) I am almost done with my sister's wedding, yea!!!

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Have you made any scrapping goals this year?