QP's and more...

this has been a busy week and i know it is only thursday! but i have been having lots of fun working with all the freebies of sue's spotlight and her new kit.

my layout "10 things i'm thankful for today" is a free QP at sue's blog. you can download yours at her blog here. it is a limited time offer..... and will expire soon ! hurry and get yours today!

here are four other pages i created with her products which will soon be quick pages at O'Scraps!!
for complete list of credits click on the pages!

... and how about some more freebies? i've also worked on 2 new grungy masks this week which i want to share with you. i would love to see how you use them - leave me a link so i can take a peek at your work & don't forget to add me to your credits! enjoy!

here's a page using grungy mask # 5:

have a great weekend everybody and happy digi-scrapping!


Designer Spotlight: Sue Cummings!!

yes, this week the spotlight shines on sue again! There is a free mini-kit, a fabulous challenge where you can win lots of prizes (including her shop!!!) and many exciting new projects!!

stop by and get this mini kit free >>>>> here at o'scraps

don't forget to sign up for sue's "my friends & me "newsletter if you haven't done so already because she is also giving away daily freebies to all subscribers!! sign up here!

some of my  pages created with her new kit:


"nature always springs to the surface and manages to show what she is. it is vain to stop or try to drive her back. she breaks through every obstacle, pushes forward, and at last makes for herself a way"
I run into this quote by nicolas boileau the other day and made me think of the many photos i took in cambodia during my visit to the angkor temples and how unquestionable and true this quote is.

roaming around the ruins i was amazed at the size and beauty of these temples nestled in the forest among giant trees that with their massive roots seem to be hugging or strangling the stonework. the forest setting, the impressive trees and the quiet atmosphere just enhanced the mysterious grandeur of the temples. it was an unforgettable experience and i wanted  to share some of the photos with you.

lady picking up trash that tourists leave behind

pages of angkor temples: