Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Project Life | Easter Digital Freebies Kit

I've been working on these Easter journal cards over the last week or so. I meant to have them done a bit earlier, but it's been busy around here with the mundane, you know, the beautiful things of life, the reason we are all doing Project Life in the first place, we're busy living.

This kit reflects what our Easter looks like around here... there are egg hunts because we have three kids, but there is also a very strong emphasis on the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.

2013 Easter Digital Freebies - Download HERE.

As always, if this kit works into what you're doing for Project Life, please feel free to download and enjoy (for personal use only). Please don't claim as your own designs, or use for commercial use without written permission.

UPDATE: I had a typo in the cross subway style journal card. Oops! Download the card below to get an accurate spelling of the word SUPPER. Thanks to the sweet new friend who graciously let me know! 



cami

24 comments:

  1. Your pages look great, Cami! If I was a digital scrapbooker, I would totally use them! Hope you're having a wonderful day!

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  2. Cami, I just found your blog thanks to a link someone shared on a group Pinterest board. :) So happy! Love the colors you've chosen for your year - they happen to my son's high school colors and he is a graduating senior this year. I'll be following your blog! :) I just might go back and rework weeks 1-4 to use your freebies. (The joy of being digital - I can change it as often as I want!) Thank you!

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    1. I love digital for the same reason! When I'm not 100% satisfied I can go back and tweak... which I do.
      Thanks for your sweet words. Made my day!

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  3. I adore you colour combo... thank you so much for sharing... now THAT'S living a Christian life. ;)

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    1. I can't claim the color combo -- totally lifted that from the BEAUTIFUL Midnight Edition. LOVE! But thank you for your kind words!

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  4. I know you have proabably answered a million times but can I ask... where can I find those fabulous digital "page protectors"... I do a physical paper album but use digital to plan my pages... and this year I am planning on printing photo books for the grandparents from those pages... Thank you for sharing your talent... very inspiring ;)

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    1. I created the page protectors. I didn't even think of offering them in a freebie kit. I'm working on prepping calendars first. Then I will get to packaging the page protectors. Good idea!

      I love the idea of doing the photo books for the grandparents! They will cherish them! So much easier to do multiples when you do digital!!

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  5. Thank you for the Easter freebies - they are beautiful

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  6. thank you for these freebies - I just love that WordArt and with so little Christian Easter sentiments..... they are just beautiful.
    Thanks again
    C

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    1. Thank you for your kind words, Christine. I had a lot of fun putting these journal cards together in particular.

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  7. LOVE your Easter kit for PL , thank you.

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    1. Thank you for stopping by! Hope you find your way back here again!

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  8. Love the kit! You've probably already fixed it, but the preview shows a typo in the Word Art... Last Super?

    I think its a beautiful set.

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    1. Thank you so much for catching that. Amazingly it hadn't been caught yet. I updated the post! :)

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  9. Hi Cami,
    hope you had a nice easter weekend. I would like to thank you for sharing your sets. I have started a project life album for my family in January and have used two of these cards for today's page. You can see one of them on my blog, too:
    http://inside9b.blogspot.de/2013/03/ein-tolles-osterfest.html
    Bye,
    Jule

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    1. We are in the midst of a wonderful Easter Weekend. I look forward to seeing what you have done both with the cards and for the year so far! Thanks for sharing your blog address!

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  10. Thank you Cami. I found you through Pinterest & am so looking forward to weaving our Savior's story throughout my Project Life album. Thanks for creating & sharing.

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  11. Without talking about how far behind I am these are gorgeous and perfect!

    and I have three red headed children too!

    :)

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    1. Having red heads is so fun, don't you think?!

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  12. I like your style very much. Thinking of starting my project life soon and planning already how to use colours etc...and I would love stay with one colour...your cards are a very good inspiration for me! Thanks!

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    1. I've loved having one color to run throughout the year. But I'm already thinking about next year and wondering if I might choose four complimenting colors, one for each season. It would be a fun way in the book to mark the seasons. We'll see.

      Thank you for your kind words.

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