06 February 2013

In the Woods, XOXO, Back to Basics and more!

Well, I can officially say I've exhausted myself with all of the projects I've been working on to share with y'all!  But in a good way, of course!  Where the begin, where to begin?  So much news!

First things first, my Etsy shop is now officially open for business!  I'm constantly adding new goodies over there, with my most recent additions including the first few packs from my new series, "Back to Basics."

"Back to Basics" is all about bright colors, simple patterns and versatile elements that you can use to build up your go-to stock and use over and over again, especially when you need that one element that the kit you're working with is missing something.  I LOVE these colors and hope you all will too!

I'm just about finished with the final touches on "XOXO" and will be sending it out to everyone who has donated this evening!!  WOOHOO!!  This kit is STOCKED!  112 papers, multiple alphas, countless hearts...it's amazing!  Here's a sneak peak at one of the alphas included in this mega.


Have you snagged your copy of this kit yet?  Friday is your LAST CHANCE to receive this mega kit as a gift from me for donating $10 or more using the yellow "Donate" button on the left hand side bar.  After that it will be put into the Etsy store at full price.  So be sure to guarantee you get this outrageously cute kit at a bargain while you still can!

XOXO and Donations:  It is imperative that I receive some form of donation for me to even continue designing at all.  I share freebies of over sized kits of HIGH QUALITY which are equivalent or better than those you possibly purchase.  They are also far greater than the quantity you should receive in a purchased kit.  I desperately want to continue my freebies venture but without donations when I have over 3,000 downloads per ITEM I've given away...it's not adding up.  It's also kind of insulting.  I understand how money is so very tight and that I'm a new designer and all of that but I've given out hundreds of dollars in freebies and a donation is very simple, not necessary, but the support is the only way to allow me to continue this venture.  I've opened my Etsy store simply for the same reasons - profit (if any) from that will go into this blog and your freebies.  I know...blah blah blah... but I do so very appreciate ALL of you and your sincerity, love, kindness and support.

Alrighty, it's FREEBIE time!  I'm back with another addition to your "In the Woods" collection, a set of  12 wooden veneer frames!  




Okay, if you're still with me after all of that - I have a surprise for you!!  I'm having a grand opening sale in my Etsy shop where you will receive 20% off of EVERYTHING with the coupon code: HELLOETSY20 .  How rad is that?!  Visit my store at http://www.etsy.com

-Harper-



                               

14 comments:

  1. Thanks Harper! I love the veneer. I don't doubt you're exhausted. Not sure how you do it - but I'm glad you do :)

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  2. Thanks so much for the wood frames - I love them! I'm looking forward to seeing whats in the XOXO kit, too! Blessings to you!!!

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  3. Awesome wood frames, Harper! Thanks so much! :)

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  4. Hello and Thank you for these frames...

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  5. Thank you Love these .

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  6. These frames are so handsome, great design as always! Thank you so much.

    I really hear what you're saying about feeling fried from making so much stuff to give away and then feeling a bit dropped to see that the support and appreciation aren't flowing both ways. For me, given my budget (and my enjoyment of designing), my materials are limited right now to freebies and things I can make on my own. So it's not so much a question of your gifts saving me money I'd be spending on paid designs and more a question of totally hitting the jackpot in actually getting to acquire these vast collections of high-quality, gorgeously designed materials. But I will say that the little money I do have to spend on supplies is going to you and and Marisa at PixelScrapper, both people who are giving your designs away freely. So the model is working in that respect, at least - here's one "greedy freebie grabber" as the Digi Show called us the other day (with good humor) who is spending money she would in fact not otherwise be spending to buy materials.

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  7. Thank you so much for these frames! I can't even begin to appropriately express how much I appreciate your generosity with the awesome digital elements and papers that you share... I hope these little words will be sufficient--- THANK YOU!!!

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  8. Thanks so much for sharing your talents with us and providing us with quality digital products! Much appreciated.

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  9. Thank you very much for the beautiful frames.

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  10. Beautiful! Thank you, I'll get lots of use out of these!

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  11. Awesome thank you

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  12. These frames are so fabulous and so unique! Thanks so much for sharing!

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