Dec printables sneak-peek

I may have a new addiction: designing cute things!

Here’s a sneaky-peek at what goodies will be coming to my newly opened etsy shop in the next week or so… 

I’m so pleased with how my first scraptherapy mini-kit ‘Wrap Up Warm’ is coming together!

I wanted some budget-friendly printables that were fresh, fun and very ‘me’.

It won’t surprise anyone to learn that each collection I plan to design in the future will feature a very similar colour scheme… I just adore my pretty pastel shades!

In each little set there will be three A4 PDF sheets of colour cut-aparts, and six A4 sheets of smaller patterned papers – the perfect scale for using in our A5 scraptherapy books.

I’ll keeping the cost of each printable nice and low to account for printing costs – and the fact that there’s lots of snipping involved!

But of course, once each PDF has been purchased, it’s yours for life, so is a truly thrifty way to get your scraptherapy hit (personal use only, please).

I’ll be writing blog posts to let you know which add-on items (puffy stickers, enamel dots etc) I’ll be investing in to complement each collection and will also film some process videos showing how I’m using the cut-aparts in my little books.

All in all, it should be a fab way for me and the tween to get scrapping each month – I’m incredibly excited!

13 thoughts on “Dec printables sneak-peek

  1. Suse Fish

    Oh, you’re so kind, Tiffany! This feels like the start of an exciting time for me – just creatively, to create my own designs, then play with them… I wish I’d thought of it sooner: it’s going to be so much fun! xx

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  2. Julia Schueler

    Wow, I didn’t know that you had such a background. But it makes sense now 🙂
    I really like your drawings and I will certainly have a place for them in my scrappy heart.
    BTW I love the colors!

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  3. Suse Fish

    Ah Julia, you’re so kind! Yes, I was an illustrator for some time, but reached a point where I stopped enjoying it, as I got too busy and it was very ‘mouse-clicky’ in those days… but I’m loving using an apple pencil so much more!

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