Tuesday, September 02, 2008

Summer over already?

Goodmorning everybody!

Did you had a good search yesterday with the freebielist? Boy, was it a long one! And then you had to cope with me again, because I couldn't wait with the award! YOU POOR THINGS!!!

I think I will be rather short for now. Must try to get out of the house before noon, because rather nasty weather is coming up. Last weekend it was such nice and summeray weather and in a day all is changing. They expect not so few rain showers in combination with a lot of wind, may be on the coast here till force 6 or 7. So Kyra must make sure not to be outside when the wind is coming to that force, because of danger of flying over the streets without wings. LOL.

I have today a kit in soft pastel colours. I tried to make a kind of heritage kit. I know, it isn't but may be I came a bit near it. But it is a kit to use for all kind of family pictures, real nice moments you captured with the camera and you want to preserve. It's not a "heavy"kit but it's a little bit different from the others, I think. Well, try to make something beautiful with it.

Hey, suddenly Blogger is playing little tricks, with jumping on and off with the message there is no connection with Blogger and then there is again. Quick safe this post, before I have to start all over again. Have a very nice day!

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Maria said...

Thank you! Your blog post will be advertised on the DigiFree Digital Scrapbooking Freebie search engine today (look for timestamp: 02 Sep [LA 01:05am, NY 03:05am, UK 08:05am, OZ 06:05pm] ).

Edna B said...

This is lovely, Kyra. The colors are perfect for family pictures. Thank you so much.
Hugs, Edna B.

deerwilderness said...

Thank you for sharing this beautiful family kit with us. Love the colors.

Linda Walton aka bobbysgirlforever said...

BEAUTIFUL color palette in your LOVELY "family" kit Kyra!!! LOVE the FLOWERS!

Thank you for sharing love!

Linda :)

Becky Jo said...

Kyra this is so beautiful! - thanks so much for sharing. Hugs!

Anonymous said...

Oh, I remember those gale force winds--stay safe, okay?