13 February 2008

My love is like a "Red, Red Rose" kit, a charity donation, and a Freebie!

Let your love know how you feel when you scrap your romantic pages using this heartfelt Celtic-themed kit inspired by the poetry of the Scottish bard, Robert Burns. You get a luscious silver-edged chipboard full upper and lower case alpha-numeric pack, wordart, fibers, ten 12x12 patterned and textured papers (including one with a scalloped edged), a silver Celtic knotwork heart key, journaling labels, and more! Get it exclusively at my Plain Digital Wrapper shop.

Buy the kit and help a child!
During the months of February and March, the proceeds from this special kit will be donated to Ellie's Trust. Read more about this great cause here. www.kirstywiseman.com/ellie.html

Save money and get the full kit [only $5.79] or get just the parts you need:
Alphabet Pack [$1.99], Elements Pack [$1.99], and Paper Pack [$1.99]. There's even a special Add-on Pack [$1.59] of fabulous ribbon wrapped frames!

But wait...there's more! When you buy the full kit, you'll get this bonus 12x12 quick page! [This page will not be available separately. Kitties not included!]

Red, Red Rose - a digital scrapbooking kit

Get a free sample!
Click here for a special 6x4 bragbook quick page freebie made with elements from the kit. [Kitty not included!] I'm trying out a new download service, SendSpace, so let me know what you think of it compared to 4Shared.

Slainte! {Gaelic for Cheers!}
Catriona MacGregor
My Plain Digital Wrapper Shop


Maria said...

Thank you! The DigiFree Digital Scrapbooking freebie search engine is going to list this blog post today.

Eileen said...

Dia Dhuit!
Thank you for the RRR brag book freebie, I love your work and I'm going to buy the kit. Since you asked, in my opinion 4shared is the superior download service. SendSpace is so cluttered with adverts, it's not immediately apparent where to find the download spot. 4shared is a bit slower to load, but I believe it's because it's running the file through its virus scan. SendSpace doesn't mention anything about virus scanning, so I'll have to assume there is none. Just my opinion, since you asked.