Black Friday is right around the corner and there are all sorts of sales for wonderful scrap goodies. Here are a few of my favorite sites to visit -- and some are FREE!
www.customcrops.com is having their annual "Pink Tuesday" sale starting at midnight. They've had a few sneak peaks of bargains and the savings will be HUGE! If you need Cricut cartridges and accessories, they have some hard-to-beat prices, not to mention no crowds, no sales tax, and free shipping (over $100.) They also have Cuttlebug accessories, especially the new Sizzix Basic Grey Christmas dies and embossing folders. OMG, they are all soooo cute! I love the little reindeer! And I just can't get enough Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist.
www.letteringdelights.com is for font mavens and digi scrappers. They have tons of great stuff. You can use LD clipart for print-and-cut with both Silhouette Studio and Make the Cut. I've gotten a lot of my fonts from this site, especially during Dollar Days. The special currently is for new customers. Subscribe to the newsletter and get free fonts! How easy is that?
www.svgcuts.com is the place to go for .svg files to use with Make the Cut and Sure Cuts a Lot. I recently downloaded the cutest set of Christmas pop-up cards. The Cricut does all the work cutting everything out and you get to wow friends and family with your awesome craftiness!
http://skhedrdesigns.blogspot.com is the "go to" place for FREE downloads. She is very talented and has tons of .svg files. I recently downloaded some Christmas borders that I can't wait to get on my pages this season. I'll be sure to post some of my Holiday creations soon!
www.dafont.com is where I go for FREE fonts. I have approximately 2,000 on my computer and don't know what I'd do without them. Silhouette Studio users as well as MTC and SCAL users can cut all True Type fonts. The possibilities for titles and home decor are limitless.
http://pennyduncancreations.blogspot.com is truly a remarkable site. All the downloads are FREE, but I like to leave a little love in the form of a donation (via paypal) because she is such a talented artist. You can download her cut files in almost any format (GSD, DXF, SVG, MTC to name a few). And if you like all those Spellbinder dies and can't possibly afford or store all of them, she has another option. They are call Shaplies, are similar to the Spellbinders, and all you need for storage is a little space on our computer. Those cut files are free as well and come in several formats, even GSD for your Silhouette peeps out there. I downloaded the Christmas ornament Shaplies and I can't wait to use them. They're going to make great "bling-y" gift tags!
www.fontgarden.com is also a free font download site. They have a lot of handwritten fonts, which is great for those of us who want the look of handwritten journaling - just not our own;)
Thanks so much for stopping by. If you have any questions, please feel free to comment or drop me an email.
Until next time, Happy Thanksgiving to you and your families.