Wednesday, August 03, 2022

CoffeeShop "1910 Made in USA Fabric" Digital Paper Pack!


So how has it been going for you this week? The boys will be in an advanced Cyber Air Patrol-hosted Cyber Security camp all week learning how to ethically hack among other things.Both boys are enjoying the camp, so who knows, I might have a future ethical hacker in my family! 

While they are doing that I am getting some work done on the computer and getting some end-of-summer errands finished. I am finalizing our homeschool curriculum (we do some school over the summer too) and I am really excited for all of the new things on our plates. I can't believe Luke is a senior this year. He has a full schedule, lots of math/science/computer science. The boys and I have even started taking a Western Philosophy course which has been really interesting. And they are enjoying PE which is playing pickle ball. We love that sport so much!

OK, I have to finish up this post. I have Gooney the cockatiel trying to eat my mouse pad, a very dusty first floor with wilted plants, and my dryer is beeping at me. I finished drying the clothes 3 days ago, promptly forgot about them, and had to throw in a wet towel this morning to de-wrinkle them. The boys washed a load yesterday that is sitting in the washing machine which I had to rinse a few minutes ago to make sure they weren't musty. I need to get my act together.

Today I wanted to share a paper pack of fabric samples from 1910 made in the USA. These are gorgeous textured velvets. I also included a Photoshop/PSE pattern so you can use them on your own designs. They come with free commercial terms-of-use.


Do you want to download thousands of professional CoffeeShop PSE/Photoshop actions (including exclusive ones not found anywhere for free), textures/overlays, scrapbooking papers, clip art/design elements, photo storyboards and frames, and Lightroom presets from this site in one convenient zipped file AND help support this one-woman blog? 

Just click here for my CoffeeShop Mega Download Pack!

2 comments:

  1. I really like these patterned papers, I can see using them. Thanks so much.

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    1. Thank you! I love vintage papers like this.

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