Thank you so much for this post. I want to let you know that I posted a link to your blog in CBH Digital Scrapbooking Freebies, under the Page 7 post on Oct. 17, 2011. Thanks again.
i do like your kits very much. i am not sure though about the sizing on the papers - in the newspaper alpha kit with the old hats and the Model T, when i downloaded from your little strip thingy, did i just get 4x4s? Do i need to re-download the papers for 12x12 or are the 4x4s hi rez enough so that i can enlarge them for my needs? i scrap 8.5x11. Anyway - i like your designs very much and they are worth the time it takes to download them piece by piece.
If you are not downloading paper from the 12x12 link you are only getting a 4x4" paper. You can try stretching the 4x4 but it can turn out pixilated. I too scrapbook in 8.5x11. I open the 12x12 papers in Photoshop and paste them onto my 8.5x11 project. They're too big so I cut them to size. The biggest reason I offer in 12x12 and not 8.5x11 is... Oh, how embarrassing, everyone else does. Here's my little tutorial page on how to get images (I've started adding a zip file for the alphabets. The link is above them in text) http://scrapbookalphabet.blogspot.com/2011/09/general-instructions-and-tips.html If you have a specific paper you want in an 8.5x11, I would love to resize it and tack it to the kit post for you. Just let me know.
I just found you, bet you didn't know you were lost! How nice are you to share all these with us. Thank you so much.
I wish google blogger had a "like" button so I could "like" comments. All of you make me smile.
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