Rush Ranch – Eastern Oregon
Wx: 51F, cloudy, windy
My husband and I have some lovely grandchildren – Well, don’t all grandparents have lovely grandchildren? Aren’t they all kind, intelligent and talented children? I believe so. Our young grandson Jack has learned how to address a mailing envelope, so he has been writing letters to us, and they could not be more precious to us. Jack lives in Alaska, by the way. He usually includes a drawing of an animal or people in his letters – let’s see…….he drew a wolf in the last letter. I have scanned them and intend to add a little color to them and then print them out for framing. This may sound silly but when you reach my young age of 65 years old, the framed letters from grandchildren are more precious than a framed Rembrandt or Reubens.
An email isn’t as personal or as creative as a letter. A letter conveys much more than pencil or ink upon the page – time, energy, thought, expense, choices of pen and paper, the artful craft of words, etc. I can’t explain it, but it seems a mighty lost art. A beautiful form of communication that gets lost in the massive wave and dash of emails.
So we are gathered here today because a team of Pixel Scrapper designers got together and made a collaborative kit to share. You can also find the links to the other Collaborative teams here. There are three teams. Our group was able to come to an agreement on a color scheme and theme. Since most of our lovely designers are much younger than I, they chose a theme that I am not as familiar with as I should be – the world of gaming. In my day there was Donkey Kong and the Mario Brothers video games, but now – my goodness! They have become so popular that movies are being made about them! I saw the previews to “Assassin’s Creed” just the other day. And remember “Laura Croft, Tomb Raider”? I’m sure that there are others that I am not remembering.
The most important thing to tell you is that because this is a collaboration of several designers, these items are intended only for Personal Use. Normally downloads on this blog are for open use, but due to the different designers involved, these must be classified as Personal Use, only. The individual designer TOU’s are included in the downloads. I hope that you have fun putting together some scrapbook pages for your own sweet “gamers”!
Let me know if you have any issues with the downloads or graphics.
Be well my friends. Hug the ones you love.