Play, Learn, Create and Number Template 3

The last time I made anything even remotely “shabby”, it was an accident.  Well, this time, I did it on purpose.  Y’all know how much I like to try new things.  🙂  Still, it’s also got this retro, hippie feel to it, doesn’t it?  That was purely an accident.

Play, Learn, Create is perfect for those photos of the kids drawing or coloring and magic marker messes.  Not to mention, all of those first day of school pictures that will be taken next month.

This one, like Beach Party and Ginger Village, is a brag kit.  All of the papers are 1800 x 1200 pixels and the elements are sized accordingly.

Play, Learn, Create contains:

  • 16 papers
  • 12 flowers
  • 12 labels (one is blank)
  • 24 glitter accents
  • 6 crayons
  • 6 magic markers (tops are separate)
  • 6 glitter jars
  • 6 stitched stars
  • 6 glitter tiles
  • 6 tabs
  • 6 ric-rac
  • 6 sequins
  • 6 frames
  • 3 curled ribbons
  • 3 glue sticks
  • 3 pencils
  • 3 sheets notepaper
  • 1 sheet graph paper
  • 1 ruler (6 inches)
  • 1 paperclip
  • 1 staple
  • 1 piece of Scotch tape
  • 1 alpha (upper- and lowercase letters, numbers, and symbols)

The alpha and the labels were made using the font Pussycat.  Dirty Flamingo is the font on the glue sticks, and Pea Faith Dots on the magic markers.  You can download the first two from dafont.com and Pea Faith Dots from Kevin and Amanda.

I made the glue sticks by following this tutorial:  Glue Stick.  If you want to give it a try, there’s also an excellent tute for drawing a highlighter pen on the same site.

Download:  In Parts or In Full

Also, here’s the third template in my number series, perfect for birthday and anniversary layouts.  Or for the front page of your P365 scrapbook.  They all come in .psp (Paint Shop Pro), .psd (Photoshop), and .xcf (GIMP) formats.  All are sized to fit on a page 1200 x 1200 pixels so you can fit more than one number on a conventionally sized layout.

Download:  mediafire

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