It’s (almost) February. The month of love, as some think. (Or as I think – the month when summer is at it’s peak and it’ll be so hot it’d be cooler to set the house on fire.)
As is becoming habit, I’ve joined the Pixel Scrapper blog train again and I’ve kinda done something a bit….awkward.
Without even realizing it, I’ve done almost the exact same colours as last month.
Well not the EXACT same colours obviously because Pixel Scrapper leader extraordinaire Marisa organizes different colour palettes for us. Which involve at least a dozen colours. And I’ve accidentally (because all good stories contain the word “accidentally”) used the red and brown hues for both January and February.
In my defence, it’s not like I’m conciously CHOOSING reds and browns, I just always seem to end up there. It’s like being in the supermarket and finding myself in the chocolate aisle. I don’t know HOW it happens, it just does. The heart wants what it wants.
Anyway, I’ve somehow landed on the reds and the browns again and that’s a good thing because Arlene from Arlene’s Scrapbits has picked this exact same colour scheme (great minds think alike) and she has some fabulous goodies for you here. (Her picture frames are to die for!)
For my part of the blog train I decided to go for a slightly blokey edge (hence the browns) because let’s face it, blokes always cop the bung end of things when it comes to romance. Girls get flowers and chocolates and perfume. Guys get…… maybe like a new wallet or something?
There are ten patterned papers for you and twelve plain papers, six with a subtle paper texture and six with a subtle grunge texture.
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Himself and I aren’t really into organized romance so we don’t do anything on Valentine’s Day. (Okay that’s a lie, I recently started a tradition of making burgers on V-Day, because burgers are the unsexiest food you can eat.) But whatever your feelings are for the month of love, I hope you enjoy the offerings over at Pixel Scrapper.