Saturday, November 1, 2008

Progressive Challenge - get a part of the freebie kit here!

Welcome to my part of the Snap and Scrap Progressive Challenge! You've reached the next stop in the Snap & Scrap Progressive Blog Train to celebrate Digital Scrapbooking Day and our weekend Cyber Crop.

So what's the scoop with this Progressive Challenge? Well all the details can be found here in the Forum but, in a nutshell, if you download all the goodies from each stop and use at least one from each download in a layout, you'll win a fab template created by Katie plus you'll end up with a bundle of goodies to play with! Make sure you post your finished layout here in order to get the posting bonus which is this lovely template by Katie!

Here's my little freebie that I've created for our blog train.

You can download them here. You can use just one OR both of them.

So here's a list of all the gal on this rockin' blog train in case you get lost along the way! Choo choo!

Stop 1 - Katie

Stop 2 - Gillian

Stop 3 - Charlie

Stop 4 - Caryn <------------YOU ARE HERE!

Stop 5 - Sharon

Stop 6 - Bree

Make sure you head on over to the Snap and Scrap Forum where you can check out the Cybercrop Challenges for the weekend. And don't forget to checkout Bree's thread "It's all the same challenge" where you can download her gorgeous mini kit and participate in the challenge to win her brand spanking new kit called LAVENDAR MINT-BERRY CREAM if she choses your layout as her fave.'s on sale this weekend too for 30% off along with the rest of the Shoppe, so make sure you check out all our fab designers and their goodies.

I'm off to our 1st birthday party - have fun everyone!


Anne of Alamo said...

I really like versatile...can't wait to play with them and the rest.
I love the <---you are here in your
mwah to ya!

sharon dale said...

Thanks so much Caryn for your purply swirls! Off to check out some more stops.

Digi Free said...

Thank you! Your blog post will be advertised on the DigiFree Digital Scrapbooking Freebie search engine today (look for timestamp: 01 Nov [LA 08:58pm, NY 10:58pm] - 02 Nov [UK 03:58am, OZ 02:58pm] ).