Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Now Mind Your Manners As You Check Out Keystone Scraps New Release!

If you have a hankerin' for a cryin' cow (hamburger with onions) or want your coffee blonde and sweet (cream and sugar)... you're going to LOVE this new kit from Keystone Scraps!

Order UP!

A 50's retro diner kit that's cool and fun for all sorts of dining and eating pages! Think outside the icebox... and use this kit to scrap your 50's inspired Halloween costume... or how about those old sitcoms that you and the kiddos love to watch reruns of?? They'd make some great remembrance pages! 

Take a look at the pages I scrapped with this cute kit! For my first layout I used Order Up! by Keystone Scraps, Cindy's Layered Templates #99 by Cindy Schneider and Glitter Edge 6301 Styles by Syndee Nuckles.

My second layout uses Order Up! by Keystone Scraps and my freebie for this fun kit ... located further down.

Did you know that Keystone now has a newsletter available?? You can sign up at the Keystone blog!  All subscribers receive special discounts on new releases and exclusive freebies too!!  Be sure to sign up today so you don't miss out! Take a moment to stop by Keystone Scraps blog, sign up for the newsletter, and see all the great pages the CT did and use the links listed on the side to find their blogs to see if there is any little desserts there!

Here's a little something yummy from me for you! Just click the preview to download.

Now... is time to grab yourself an "Eve with a lid" (slice of apple pie) and "put a hat on it" (a la mode!) and check out the sweets that Keystone's CT has for you today! Don't forget... mind your manners! Keep your elbows off the table and be sure to say thank you!!

Don't forget to go to Keystone Scraps'  blog to sign up for their newsletter and get the links to the CT freebies for this kit ... you'll be so glad you did. Thanks for dropping by!

1 comment:

CBH said...

Thank you so much for this post. I want to let you know that I posted a link to your blog in CBH Digital Scrapbooking Freebies, under the Page 5 post on Jul. 28, 2011. Thanks again.