Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Big Bunches of Yarn: Run Add-On

Embellishment
Add-On for Digitreats Run
Big Bunches of Yarn
-FREEBIE-
 
This spring I drew a picture of a kitten and a puppy.I took the yarn out of  the picture and thanks to Digitreats, I colored them in Run colors.  They are png files - 11 of them.  Commercial use OK but see note below!  Maybe soon we will be skipping and jumping all over the place...
:)
 
(Important Note- Please read commercial TOU included in download, as there are specific restrictions due to this being an add-on item, so that we can respect Digitreats' TOU!)
 
 
Click HERE to download.
 
Notes for the day:
I'm excited that I'll get to see all of my grandparents soon.  They are coming to stay for a while.
 
Thank you for the comments and thank you for all the hugs!  :)
 
-Lydia

65 comments:

nannasquared said...

These are so adorable. Thank you.

Penny said...

These are just the cutest!! I LOVE the picture of the puppy and kitty that you drew. Just adorable. Thanks for the yarn...such an original idea!

Robyn said...

These are wonderful. They make me want to unroll and play with my kitty. Thanks for sharing your talents.

Terebene said...

Wow, how great are these? These are awesome! I have just the kitty picture to use them on. THank you!

Haynay said...

These are so cute! You are very talented! Keep it up!!!

Angel with a Vengeance said...

Thank you very much for the yarn balls. They are very cute.
You are also very talented. Good luck in following your dream of becaming an artist!

Gabby said...

Lydia,
those elements are so sweet.
Thank you for sharing with us.
Hugs ! Gabby

Anonymous said...

yarn is soooo cooool!TY!!
Fran B

Stephanie (EyeSpyDesigns) said...

Thank you for these. I never thought about teaching my daughter how to use PSP before. I suppose if you can do it, so can she. She, too, is an artist - and you are both about the same age. She is 7, turning 8 in October. She's been drawing for as long as she could hold a drawing utensil. LOL (My poor walls were her canvas all too many times). But anyways, thank you for the free offers and I hope you go far in your artistic journey.

KraziKatLadi said...

Oh, my! These are super cute and totally perfect for me to scrapbook my kitties with - all 7 of them! You are quite the talented artist young lady. I'm a bit older than 8 and can barely draw stick people straight! Keep up the great work. Looking forward to seeing your future designs. Thanks so much for sharing your art.

((Warm fuzzy kitty hugs))

KraziKatLadi =^..^=

Dana said...

These are very cute! A unique idea. Hugs for sharing.

isascrap said...

ton blog est adorable et tu es une scrappeuse de talent
bravo et bonne chance
kisses from France

Natalie said...

Way cute! Thanks, and you're very talented. Love the freebie yarn.

Jody said...

You are well on your way to being a well known artist! You have a wonderful talent - I love our drawing of the kitten and puppy. As I said before, I wish your Mom was here to give me lessons in PS. You are learning things soooooo fast. Keep up the super work!

Maria said...

Thank you! Your blog post will be advertised on the DigiFree Digital Scrapbooking Freebie search engine today (look for timestamp: 25 Jun [LA 02:57am, NY 04:57am, UK 09:57am, OZ 07:57pm]).

Scrapping Mom of 5 said...

Thank you so much. How exciting to start designing at your age. I love the ABC kit add ons and I look forward to your next creation.

Ellie said...

You are very clever! I hope my daughter grows up to be as clever as you! (She's only 2 at the moment lol)

Attic Treasures said...

Hi Lydia
I hope you are feeling better, I read about your allergy attack on your mothers blog. Now you got people from all over the world cheering for you. Myself I'm from Sweden :-)
I put your banner as a link on my blog, so you will get even more visitors.
Thank you for the wonderful freebie you made - you are so talented!
Hugs from Anneli

Nicole said...

These are wonderful Lydia, and that drawing is fantastic! You are well on your way to becoming an Art Teacher! :)

Lisa said...

Your drawing is amazing, you are very talented! Thanks so much for sharing your balls of yarn and enjoy your visit with your grandparents!

Sharon-shutterbug said...

Wow - very impressive work! I have an 8-year-old daughter myself, so I know just how talented you are! Thanks so much for sharing this.

LeAnn said...

You're definitely an artist! Thanks so much for the yarn. It'll go great on layouts of my crochet and knit projects!

Rebecca said...

WOW!
You are very creative. Keep it up! You will go far! Thanks, mom, for encouraging the dreams of a beautiful and talented daughter!

Jenna Marie said...

Thank you so much for this cute freebie! You're very talented. I'm 22 and have NO clue how to do any of this! You have a great future ahead of you!:)

makeyesup said...

Wow, you sure are a talented young lady, so good and just starting. Enjoy your new career as a designer and artist, am sure you will go a long way with this. Thanks for sharing.

Em said...

Wow, You are amazing! Keep up the great work!

Christine said...

These are fantastic! You have done a wonderful job. Keep up the good work!! TFS!

Julie P. aka babyofmine said...

How adorable! Your pictures is just so cute. :) Thank you for the colored yarn balls, how fun!

Daywalker said...

WOW! I´m very impressed aboout your Talent! You´re be surely a great Teacher some day! Thank you for the Add on.

Many Love and such a BIG Hug from at Germany.

Love
Andrea

JohannaL said...

You are really talented! You really have chosen a right future career for yourself. I'm looking forward to see more of your work.
And thank you for sharing these with us.
BR JohannaL from Finland
http://www.3girlsandamom.blogspot.com/

Gilla said...

Thanks a lot! wow,

Courtney said...

you are super talented! keep it up!!! =)

Darlene said...

GREAT JOB!!! i love your work and look forward to seeing more.

Michele said...

Best wishes on your artistic journey!

the51mom said...

You are so talented! TYSM for sharing. Keep up the great work. And always remember to follow your bliss!

-mo- said...

thank you so much :)

schellie said...

thank you lydia for this fine add-on. I also like the drawing on your blog. Did you make that one yourself too? You certainly are a talented little lady!

LVMommy22 said...

lydia, i love the picture you drew! the puppy is just precious and the kitten is so sweet! what a great idea to extract part of your artwork! maybe you could write some short tutorials about what you are learning. then you could practice your teaching skills on us. thanks sweetie!

Tonya Moon said...

Lydia,
You are so talented. You are also very generous to share your beautiful work.
Tonya

Dawnabelle said...

You are SO talented Lydia! Thank you for sharing your wonderful creations with us!!

Lu-Ann said...

Thank you Lydia! From time to time I'll stop by and say TY4S and I'll try to also leave a comment or two. I think you're especially talented and I'm so happy to have found your blog today. Your freebies are wonderful and I upped your hug count by three. An especially lucky number for me as I have three all grown up children. Take care and have a great time bogging and designing!

Jan said...

Love the yarn. Your picture is awesome. You are very talented. Thank you.

Anonymous said...

Love the yarn, thanks for sharing!

Potion61 said...

I can't believe that you are only 8. Wow kiddo you are awesome. I don't know how you do it. I am a lot older than 8 OK my youngest daughter is 12 and we don't know how to design.
Thank you so much for being so generous. I think you are one KOOL little gal.

Arianna said...

Hi Lydia,
I've been away for a little bit and you went from gorgeous hand drawing of puppies to digital design...I'm spechless. And what an orignal idea you had, yours are the first one I see.

Tnx, Ari

April Dawn said...

Lydia,
That is so neat that you are designing already at your age...and your designs are beautiful! And so neat that you can share your Mom's hobby with her!

My 8 yr old son likes to help me with my designs, so I know how amazing young eyes can be! He is always quick to let me know if something I designed doesn't look quite right!

I am going to be posting about you at JessicaSprague.com ... there are a lot of people over there that will appreciate the beauty of your designs. Good luck with becoming an art teacher!!

Anonymous said...

Fantastic! I found my way to your blog from Jessica Sprague's forum, so I imagine you will have lots of visitors from there. Your talent shines through! You are truly a gift!

Linda Walton aka bobbysgirlforever said...

You are TRULY amazing dearest Lydia!!! But then, so is your mom and it is SO wonderful that you have inherited her ARTISTIC and CREATIVE genes!!!

Your drawing is SUPERB and I SO admire those that are able to draw as it has never been a strong point for me!

Keep up the FABULOUS work darlin' and I shall try my best to keep up with both you and your mother!!!

I have added you to the sidebar of my blog along with your mom under HOT NEW DESIGNERS!!!

The BEST to you today and ALWAYS love.

BIG, BIG HUGS,
Linda (Bon Scrapatit Designs)

Anonymous said...

What a great job, these are fabulous! Thank you for sharing.

Blessings~

Amber
thescrappywife at aol dot com

designsbycrazydiamond said...

You're an incredibly talented young lady. Glad to see you developing this talent. I LOVE the picture of the kitty and puppy. Looking forward to seeing more of your creations.

Kir said...

You did a great job. Keep up the good work.

xashee's corner said...

You are so talented and creative! keep up the GREAT work! Thank you so much for sharing these WONDERFUL goodies!! i don't get much traffic to me blog but will certainly add you!! hope you have a FUN weekend! :D

Anonymous said...

I'm impressed! Great website, wonderful artwork. Is wonderful that you have an interest in this. What a wonderful mom to help you along the way. You're a lucky girl. Gosh, by the time you're 18 you will be one of the top designers out there! Keep it up. XOXOXOX

Nikki said...

Super fabulous bunches of yarn! It's great to see such talent from someone so young! Can't wait to see what you come up with next!

Sue said...

You are very talented. Thank you for sharing.

Sheila said...

Thank you for those balls of yarn! You are one talented artist ... I just ***LOVE*** your drawing. Keep on drawing and doing such wonderful artwork!

Anonymous said...

Thanks so much for sharing your creativity. Love your imagination and I'm looking forward to seeing what else you can dream up. lol Good luck with your blog! ;)

Mandy Leigh B. said...

Hi Lydia! I'd definitely say you have a wonderfully bright future ahead of you in anything artistic or creative that you would like to do. Thank you so much for sharing these balls of yarn with us- they are fantastic. Until I read your post, I thought they were recolored photographs of yarn and was blown away to learn that they were from your beautiful drawing. I can't wait to use this add-on, and to see manyu more things from you in the future!

Cauleen said...

Wow! What a great little artist you are! Just love the picture you drew. It's wonderful! Thanks for posting it so we could all see it! Have a great time with your grandparents. I'm sure you will have lots of fun!

A-liya said...

Thank you very much for the yarn balls. They are very cute :)

Fotomum said...

THANK YOU Sooooooooooo much!! You have so much talent!!

Also, if you get the opportunity to be homeschooled it's an awesome experience!! I've schooled my children for 4 years and they love it!!!

Marie-France said...

It's a really great idea, it'll be perfect with the papers! Thanks.

TagaScraps said...

You are talented! Keep up the good work!!

mom2triplets04 said...

What a beautiful drawing you made. Thank you for the yarn elements. I plan on learning how to knit soon and these will be great for my scrapbook page. Thank you.

CreativeBusyHands-Scrapbook Freebies Search said...

Thank you so much for this Freebie. I want to let you know that I posted a link to your blog in Creative Busy Hands Scrapbook Freebies Search List, under the Do Not Show post on Apr. 16, 2009. Thanks again.