New Look & Toys in the Attic – Songbird Avenue Charity Kit

Ja … das war ma nötig. Den alten Look hatte ich soooo über nur nie die Zeit mal was dran zu ändern. Und nun ist es endlich geschafft.
Bissel was muss noch hier und da getan werden aber sonst bin ich froh, daß es hier mal anders aussieht – lach!


Yes … this was long due. I couldn’t longer see the old look and now it is done.
A little bit here and there needs to be changed but I’m happy that here it looks finally different!


Sonbird Avenue Charity Kit

Erstellt von den Designern von ScrapbookGraphics, Meredith Fenwick, Janet Phillips und Amy Wolff.

Alle Einnahmen werden an gemeinnützige Organisationen gespendet.
Ich kann das hier jetzt nicht alles übersetzen aber es ist eine tolle Sache und kommt dort an wo es wirklich gebraucht wird.

Every kit that we work on at Songbird Avenue is special, and this kit is no exception. We are thrilled to present “Toys in the Attic”. It’s packed full of the cutest designs for the holidays and so much more! Created with love by The ScrapbookGraphics Designers, The Queen of Quirk, Meredith Fenwick, Janet Phillips and Amy Wolff. Funds raised (minus Paypal fees) from this kit will be donated to Toys for Tots.

From the Toys for Tots website:
“The mission of the U. S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots Program is to collect new, unwrapped toys during October, November and December each year, and distribute those toys as Christmas gifts to needy children in the community in which the campaign is conducted.”

Included in this kit are: 49 patterned papers, full color clown, clown outline, 1 paper doll, 3 paper doll outfits, 5 buttons, 1 paper pieced car, 1 star overlay (w/ & w/o shadows), 1 panda, 1 rocket, 1 starry tree, 2 children at play graphics, 1 mother & child note card, 1 spattered ink spot, 1 acrylic frame, 1 dotted star brush, 1 journaling spot, 1 rattle, 1 circle star element, 1 toy truck, 2 knotted ribbons, 3 frames, 4 labels, 1 bunny, 1 toy top, 1 toy chest, 2 curled ribbons, 2 flower frames with ribbon, 1 tiny house, 3 cloud stickers, 3 postage frames, 1 postage border, 1 train, tracks, 2 trailers, blue scattered pebbles, green scattered pebbles, blue scattered dots, gold scattered stars, 4 different thick stitches, 2 stitch and pebble clusters, 1 long knotted ribbon, 1 cardboard star with safety pin, 1 paint splotch, 2 clay squares, dictionary sheet, toy airplane, toy fire engine, music box, doll, full toy chest, 6 doodled frames, 1 flower with metal ring, punched paper frame, 1 house, 1 stuffed rabbit, 1 stuffed bear, 1 wooden train, 1 marble, 3 photo negative frames, 1 note card, 1 paper flower, 2 “fun” frames, 1 knotted string, 1 truck postage stamp, 1 childhood word art, 1 colored string, 1 knotted ribbon, 2 staple, 7 paper dots, 4 childsplay stickers, 1 brown bow, 1 green lace, 1 knotted blue ribbon, 2 beaded strings, 1 “toys in the attic” blocks, paint splatter, 2 pebble trucks, 1 bingo card, 1 polaroid frame, 1 child cutout, 1 toy box, 1 cut out paper alpha(a-z ?!’), 1 cutout newspaper alpha (a-z, A-Z, 0-9, &*@{}^$!#%), 4 board game templates, 1 bent photo template, 1 12×12 inch PSD template by Janet Phillips.

This kit is approximately 733 megs and is available in 6 download links.

As a community of caring and giving people, we at Songbird Avenue hope that we can help make a difference together. We appreciate your help supporting these charities and are so proud to be a part of this amazing community. Thank you, from the bottom of our hearts.

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