Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Day of the Dead, Polka Dot Papers and a Freebie!

 I was a busy bee last night...creating more graphics for all of you to create with!  I just uploaded the following two sets of images to my TpT Store:

These are Day of the Dead Skulls and come in the colors shown, including the line art skull.  They were soooo much fun to create!  You can find them half off for the next 48 hours, here.

I also have these digital papers for you, called Color-on-Color Polka Dot Papers.  There are 13 papers included in the colors shown.  They can be found here.

Finally, I have a freebie for you!  This is a printable you can use with your kiddos to share about their Summer Breaks.  This would be a perfect way to get them to use description in their writing also!  
You can download the freebie here.

Here's to a wonderful Wednesday friends,


  1. LOVE these Day of the Dead pics! I saw them on TPT and fell in LOVE! Can't wait to use them! Thank you!

  2. Thanks so much for the love Ellen! I really appreciate it a lot. They were a lot of fun to draw and color in especially; it did take a lot of time, but it sure was fun. Thanks for commenting and have a wonderful evening, Cara;)

  3. Thank you for the super freebie - this will come in really useful. I also like your skulls but over here in the U.K. we really don't have any celebrations of the Day of the Dead so I think I would only be able to use them for my own personal use but I can see how much you liked creating them :-)

  4. Thanks friend for the compliments! You know, I don't celebrate that holiday either. But here in the US, we have a lot of Mexicans that do celebrate it. So I thought there might be a need for the art. And I did love making them. So fun! Just curious...What are some holidays you celebrate in the UK that aren't here in the US?

  5. Love your 'snapshots of summer' idea... will have to put it in my back-to-school folder for next year! :) I can tell you're a pretty awesome designer!
    Sarah :)


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