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Thursday, March 1, 2012

The day has finally come…

I am now able to say:

“Welcome to Nothing but Freebies – The blog where everything is free”

The blog layout is not exactly as I had planned, but it is close – and I’m content. I’m definitely NOT an html person, and the road has been long, winding and – at times – very frustrating. But the reason that I now have an acceptable looking blog is Karen! Karen Watson, a.k.a. The Background Fairy, was kind enough to give me both help and support, for which I am eternally grateful. Thank you so much Karen! You should all go visit her site and enjoy her beautiful vintage backgrounds and other stuff for blogs: http://www.backgroundfairy.com/.

Furthermore, I will like to thank Vanessa Fellows @ Scrapz’n Bitz Design http://www.scrapznbitz.blogspot.com/ for her beginner’s advice. As a novice in the world of digital scrapping blogs, I need all the advice I can get. Thank you Vanessa! I promise to do my best to follow your advice.

But now I’m here and I have decided to make my first gift to you a small tribute to my home town, Copenhagen. Below you find download links to a Copenhagen Paper Pack with both photo papers and distressed/burned papers. I really hope you will enjoy it.

A somewhat bigger tribute will take up the rest of March. It will consist of a lot of material about my other “home town” and “the love of my life”: New York City! So come back tomorrow to get the first part of the “I Love New York” mega kit.

But enough about things to come. Here is what is happening right here, right now.

The Copenhagen Paper Pack consists of the following files for you to download:

17 Original Photo Papers, 12x12 300 ppi – ca. 44 MB
30 Burned Papers, 12x12 72 ppi – ca. 18 MB (for those with slow connections)
30 Burned Papers, 12x12 300 ppi Part 1 & 2 – ca. 42 MB & 48 MB

I have also included a What Is It List that will tell you what’s in the pictures.

One of Vanessa’s tips was “Don’t make the files too big”. Let me apologize to both Vanessa and you. These files are, as you can see above, not the smallest, but I prefer quality to quick download, and hope you will forgive me. If you have problems downloading, please contact me and I will make you a smaller version.

SORRY!
These freebies are no longer available.
Check my store - they might be there.



I hope you’ll enjoy my designs and return for more tomorrow…




10 comments:

Carol said...

Your papers are absolutely fantastic! I'm looking forward to seeing what else you have for us. Thank you so much! :0)

Scrapz'nBitz said...

Wow, Trine these look just gorgeous. Well done hon.

Karen- The Graphics Fairy said...

Hi Trine,
Great job, your site looks fabulous and so do your papers!!! Thanks for the mention, that was so sweet of you. I'm just glad you got it all up and running, we all need a little help from time to time.
I'm sure your site will be very successful!
Karen

juno said...

Hi Trine!
Welcome!
Love the burned papers.
Thanks!
juno
xx
Juno's Place
Cards by Carol

Dnadryad said...

Gorgeous burned papers, thank you !!

And thank you, too, for the links to Karen and Vanessa places ;o)

melliel said...

These look like they will be great papers. Many thanks for sharing.

Jane said...

Wow - I just discovered your Copenhagen site and have downloaded everything! Thank you so much. My husband was born in Copenhagen in 1933 and we met and married in 1962 after he had immigrated to Canada. It was always our plan to take a family trip to Denmark but, unfortunately, that didn't happen and then he died in 2003. He talked often to me and the children about Copenhagen and it is wonderful that we can enjoy all your awesome work and remember him with these beautiful reminders of his homeland. Hugs, Jane

Sim said...

Hi trine! Your blog seems very beautiful! Bravo!
I kiss you, wishing you're well!

Stacey said...

I'm sorry I missed them - they look gorgeous! I missed visiting on the 1st as I had to reformat my computer! Wish I could afford to buy them, maybe down the road (once I find a job) been trying for 3yrs now!

Sue said...

Wow .... it looks fantastic Trine. I know what you mean about learning about blogs. I am the same way ... I am learning along the way.

I have a big favor to ask. My granddaughter, Allison created my wordart for yesterday. It is titled "Fuzzy Bunny". She is only seven years old and I think what she did is fantastic.

What I am asking is that everyone that goes to my site today ... leave her some love. She is very fascinated that people that don't even know her "Nana" leave comments. I want her first experience in this world to be a wonderful one.

I will be forever grateful.

And, also if it's been a while since you last visited ... to come and sit a spell. I have created some wonderful freebies for you to come grab.

Hugs, Sue