Sunday, June 20, 2010

hello! It's blog train time again...

It's been so long since I've posted, my poor bloggie is feeling rather neglected. Life has been busy in one way or another. We've been on holiday to the UK to spend a belated Christmas with Aidan's family. Aidan has been in (and finished) another play. Emma has been busy with school and activities. And I've been, well I've been doing all the mummy and wifey things that need doing to support well as scrapping when I've had the time.

Anyway. It's time for another Digital Scrap Cafe Blog Train. I've missed them....hope you have too.

This month the DSC designers have a very girly kit in the store called Girlish. It's huge, with 110 elements, 70 papers, and 4 templates....all 469MB of digital goodness for less than $5. Now that's what I call a bargain! It's perfect to scrap an album about that little princess in your life.
For the blog train, we all created QuickPages to share with you. Here's my contribution:

Image is linked, or you can click here.

Visit all the participating blogs to collect all the goodies:
You should have arrived here from Kristen's Blog at and your next stop is Pom's blog at

If you fall off the train along the way, make sure you head back to the DSC blog to see which stops you've missed.

Remember that we are located all around the world, so if you get to a stop and your goodies aren't ready, make sure you come back and check later.

And lastly, be sure to visit the DSC forum for lots more freebies, and fun challenges with great rewards. Enjoy!

Till next time,
Di xx


justclick said...

Thank you for this great QP!

Anonymous said...

Just a quick note to let you know that a link to this post will be placed on CraftCrave in the DigiFree category today [20 Jun 02:00pm GMT]. Thanks, Maria

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