Thursday, April 24, 2008

Grandmother's House Paper Pack 2

Part 2. A collection of vintage papers to coordinate with Part 1. This time if you leave a comment, tell me where in this small world you are. I think it's fun to see where you are all from.

Paper Pack 2, DOWNLOAD

12 comments:

Maria said...

Thank you! Your blog post will be advertised on the DigiFree Digital Scrapbooking Freebie search engine today.

Ally S said...

Love this kit, Derek! Thanks so much for the second part of the papers!! And I'm from New Brunswick, Canada :)

Renate said...

I adore the stained glass design. And the tiles, too. All of them, actually!
They're perfect for my pics of the Winchester mystery house...
Thank you for these great designs!
Groetjes uit Nederland

Erika said...

Hey Derek I love this kit and I really appreciate you sharing it so generously. Love the Enya and Secret Garden too !
Best wishes,
Erika

Karen said...

Thank you so muuch these great papers. I am from Germany.

Gail said...

Thanks for the grand old papers! I love them!

Ephémère, Qc. said...

Great papers, gorgeous. Thanks again. Merci beaucoup, ce papier est magnifique.

Jasia said...

Thanks for the papers! I love the soft colors, definitely makes me think of old houses!

Jasia, Detroit, Michigan

bluemuf said...

The 2nd paper pack is fantastic.
Thank you for sharing

Karen

Meg said...

I am loving this second set of papers more than the first! Thank you so much for sticking with the designing, and particularly with the sharing. You're too kind.
I'm not from anywhere exotic, although it is pretty cool to be near D.C. I live in Prince William County, Northern Virginia.

Arianna said...

Hi,
I peek into your blog from time to time and dowloaded the two Grandmother's House freebies. I had to tell you they're gorgeous!
I love old houses too, but I live in Rome (yes, I'm Italian), so the ones here are very different from what I see every day. They're so "hollywood" to me, but in a good way.
Besides I think that your historical accuracy is amazing. I know a little bit about architecture since my university degree was Art History.
So thank you for your fine job and for your generosity, and forgive me if my english is kind of strange.
Ciao, Ari

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for this it will be enormously helpful to me. During the past months I have been scanning and cataloging the family photo archive, over 8000 photos and pride of place are a very few sepia prints of my grandchildren's great great grandparents! These will be wonderful for the older photos I have so I just had to say thank you so very much for being generous. I really appreciate your kindness. Hugs from England, Pat