Today's blog is loaded with inspiration, autumn fun and a lot of free goodies.
I designed a second part to last year's Free Fall Mini and decided to add a couple of more pieces too. Keep reading to find out how to get the extra ellies, see some creative uses for the mini and get those links for all of the fantastic freebies you may have missed.
I scrapped up these two layouts using both parts of the mini's and added a few other elements that you too can download when you join The Cherry On Top's group on Facebook.
How about the kitty face? Hehehe...She was such a sweety. I couldn't get a shot of my outdoor fall decor without her in it. Camera hog! Hehehe...
I designed this free fall word art that also coordinates with both mini's. So when you get all of these downloads, you'll have the start to a nice little collection.
Here's another layout. I used a digital template from Made By Keuntje.
(Go to her blog and see if her freebies are still live.)
This is the newest Fall Mini. Click on the image to get to the blog with the download link.
This is today's freebie. Simply right click and save it to your downloads. It is in png form.
Here is a bit more layout love with autumn in mind to inspire you. This is Autumn Glow from LouCee Creation.
I turned the layout into a free template that you can still grab on our DSD board on Pinterest. It won't be there much longer. So go over there now and get the link. Some of the links for all of that gorgeous free stuff might still be live. Check it out before I delete the board at the end of the month.
Here are some other fall related freebies you may have missed:
Our monthly printables.
This totally awesome free overlay.
This gorgeous quick page.
Our free printable wine label.
This will be tomorrow's free hybrid. We'll see ya there!
Remember, all of our freebies are for Personal Use ONLY.
Thank you so much for joining us, today.
If you are all about the freebies and things scrap-a-licious, then follow us here, on Facebook and Pinterest where we share freebies from all around the internet, nearly every single day.
Post a Comment