Here are some cute printables for pages featuring pictures of the trip to the pumpkin patch. The set includes a Pumpkin Patch graphic (seen left), a frame and a journaling block. (Microsoft gets credit for the pumpkin image)

It’s almost baseball season!  This PDF includes a baseball diamond graphic that would work really well as a frame.  Just print, and then use your craft knife to cut along the inside edge of the “mounds” around the bases. Then slip your photo in, so the mounds act like photo corners.  I’ve also included various sizes of baseballs to use as embellishments.  I did a page a while back where I cut out a baseball, and put a small puff dot right in the center, and then used glue around the edges to stick them down.  It looked great!  It was a really nice dimensional look.  (be sure to make slight cut or two at the edge so that it will stick down correctly and not pop up on you.)

“Snowmen fall from heaven… unassembled.”  This is my favorite quote of all time, and I’m so disappointed we haven’t had enough snow yet this year to take a picture of my son with a snowman so I can scrap it!  I have two  printables for you – the snowman without the quote and with the quote.

Here are a few of my favorite free fonts. Click on the image to go to the download page. Need help installing the font? Instructions are below the font listing.

Angelina
Chocolate Box
GeoSans Light
Guttenberg
Honey Script
randascript.jpg

To install a font (in Windows):
1. Download the font file to your desktop. It will likely be a zipped file (compressed, to save space).
2. Go to your Desktop and double-click the file you downloaded, which will open up the compressed folder.
3. Drag the font file out of the compressed folder onto the Desktop.
4. Click on Start/Control Panel and open the Fonts folder out of the Control Panel.
5. Drag the font from the Desktop into the Fonts folder. This will install the font, and you can now use it!

Are you in a Valentine’s kind of mood yet? Here is a set of borders and clip art to get you in the mood. The borders would look great either printed on vellum or a transparency, or trimmed out with a craft knife, leaving a small edge of white all the way around. (The original heart graphic is from the Microsoft clip art site.)

Just the heart | Long straight border | Circle frame | Heart flower

These pretty frames will fit hold your 4×6 photos.

This set of two frames is for 4×6 photos.

“Where there is love, there is life.” ~ Gandhi

black or red

“We do not remember days, we remember moments.” – Pavese

Check out this “exploding box” project- it’s a really great idea and the instructions are written very well.  Now if I could only find the time to sit down and make one!

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