As a digital scrapbooker, you and I both know the value of a good alpha. A good alpha is versatile, can be used on multiple layouts and with lots of different papers, color schemes, etc. My favorite alphas always have texture, and I especially like chipboard and wood ones. I also really like plaid, so these letters are perfect for some of my pages if I do say so myself.
I also have a minikit on its way to coordinate with this alpha set, so get your thinking caps on, get the alpha, and get ready to scrapbook with some fun plaids. Here's the alpha set I have made for you to use in your scrapbook layouts.
Download this alpha here
On the diet... I am at a sort of stall, which was to be expected since I AM on steroids. I am not giving up. Tonight I go grocery shopping. I am looking forward to the warm weekend ahead, think I will make some chicken kabobs on the grill. They are my favorite summertime barbecue. I marinate some chicken and chop up peppers, onions, and mushrooms and slowly rotate them on the grill until they are nice and tasty. I love cooking almost as much as I love scrapbooking, at least when I get to cook food I love so much.
Those of you who are more educated with scrapbooking communities online... what does it mean to be on a creative team? Why do designers make creative teams? Answer in the comments please, my inquiring mind needs to know!