Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Santa's Heading for the Tropics!

Each year we see them... Christmas scrapbooking kits filled with deep reds and greens, sleighs, and lots and lots of snow.  It makes it very difficult for me to find Christmas kits to scrap with since I live in Florida.  So this year, I decided to solve my own problem and I'm sharing that solution with you.  Presenting...

Santa in the Tropics

This fun, whimsical kit is dedicated to and perfect for everyone whose Christmas doesn't mean cold and snow.  It's for northern hemisphere southerners, everyone south of the equator for whom Christmas is a summer holiday, people who vacation at Christmas time to escape frosty conditions, and anyone who has ever dreamed of a warm Christmas rather than a white Christmas.

Santa in the Tropics is loaded with 20 papers and more than 50 elements.  There are so many possibilities with this kit.  Just look at these layouts done by my fabulous creative team.

Now is the perfect time to pick up Santa in the Tropics!  It's 35% off through Sunday, December 16, but if you pick it up today, you can save an extra 10% by using coupon code SunnySanta10!

To get you into a sunny, warm Christmas spirit, some of my creative team members and I have made some freebies for you.

Here's my border cluster freebie.  Click the image to download.

Visit Martina's blog and Amy's blog to grab some great freebies from them!

Thanks for visiting today, and remember to keep making and scrapping your memories!

1 comment:

  1. Hi and good evening, Jo,

    I came to your blog to download your contribution to the Pixel Scrapper August blog train, which is very nice, by the way. Your "About Me" statement caught my eye right away, though, because the word "librarian" popped right out.

    You see, I too am a librarian, or rather, I was; at 67, I am now retired and living la vida buena on the island of St. Croix in the US Virgin Islands, which is what caused something else on your blog to catch my eye ... the heading "Santa's Heading for the Tropics!" I agree with you totally about needing artwork for Christmas that isn't focused on winter wonderlands, white Christmases, and so on.

    I was disappointed that the image of your kit was not only available on your blog, but also when I clicked on the icon and went to SnP's store, I encountered a message that said, "Sorry, this product is not available."

    Not one to give up easily, I decided to write to you and see if I could purchase this kit directly from you, if it is still available, that is. If you would please let me know what I can do to obtain this kit, I will be very happy indeed for my holiday cards this year will then actually reflect my present habitat and not that of Alaska. :) Thank you very much for your time and trouble and keep on designing! You are doing a great job!

    Sincerely, evamarie (aka mskinsey)