Wednesday, December 02, 2020

CoffeeShop "Christmas Gold Glitter" Vintage Paper and Frame Set!

Oh my gosh, I had the best time designing this new Christmas paper set! These vintage papers are gorgeous, and have beautiful gold/gold glitter on them. I posted a few examples below. I also included a stunning gold vintage frame, with and without a clipping mask. You can download the set toward the bottom of this post.

I will put together a little tutorial on how I made this paper below and post it in a day or two.

These are 10x10 high resolution digital scrapbooking papers and can be printed or used in your own designs. The gold frame would be so pretty used on a Christmas card. They come with free commercial TOU, so use them any way you want! I just ask that you don't repackage them and sell them "as-is" since I want to keep them free.

To design this set I used my own gold glitter pattern, some public domain design elements from The Met Collection, and a beautiful angel from The Graphics Fairy.

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  1. That is absolutely gorgeous. Do you sell on Etsy or anywhere? You should because your stuff is great. You could probably even sell on Creative. Those will be beautiful behind letters that I do for cards, etc.

    1. Ahhh, thank you so much!!! No, I don't sell my designs, I just post them here. I like to keep them free!!! When I first started out in design I depended on free designs with generous terms of use, so I am trying to pay it back. Ads and purchases of my download packs support my site.

  2. Thank you for this gorgeous set!!!

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    1. Thank you Susie, I had so much fun making this set! Rita

  4. The papers are gorgeous. It says you were going to post a tutorial on how you made the papers. I don't see it. Also, what keywords do I type in when I get to the Met site so I can find these types of patterns so I can make my own? Thanks!

    1. Oh no, I completely forgot to post the tutorial and now I can't remember what I did to make these papers! Try looking at wallpaper or sample pages, that brings up some great papers. Rita


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