Tuesday, September 25, 2007

Spooked! Freebie for halloween.


I love halloween because I get to see the children come to the door dressed up. I have seen alot of children make there own costumes and it is fun to see how creative they can be especially since I love crafts and sewing. I couldn't go without making a freebie for halloween! Soooo...
This kit has 28 elements and 13 papers. For a larger view click image.
Download here...
Sorry Gone

17 comments:

Maria said...

Thank you! The DigiFree freebie search engine is about to list this blog post at digifree.blogspot.com

koala1966 said...

This kit is gorgeous! Thanks for sharing.

-mo- said...

Tank you so very much :) xxxx

Donna said...

Thank you - love your kit!

Gayle said...

Very, very cute - thanks so much! :)

Aly said...

Fabulous kit! So rich in detail and texture. Thank you so much for sharing it.

Stephy said...

Thanks!!!

Stephy said...

Thanks!!!

Anonymous said...

Fantastic kit, thank you so much for sharing!

Angie said...

Oh my gosh how we do love Halloween in our household!! Thank You for sharing , this is great!!!!

Shell said...

Great kit! Guess I missed it since it has a password. Thanks anyway!

Carol said...

oh nooooo i missed it :(

Anonymous said...

Thank you very much!! This looks great and your other stuff is so cute. Thanks for sharing!

Annie

Shell said...

Thanks again!

Alisha Hess said...

Sorry I missed this; it's gorgeous!!

Anonymous said...

Why is this gone? Why are the freebies expired? I don't understand. Please explain.

StarSraps said...

I never meant that PIRACY was ridiculous, I said it was ridiculous that you would call a very trusted designer that also regards PIRACY very seriously. I would understand if she hadn't contacted you in a week, but to publicly put her "under the bus" without a response from her. You posted on her blog TODAY. We all download CU freebies and if she made a mistake you should have allowed her to rectify the situation before trying to hurt her. I am without a doubt this was not malicious intent to hurt you. So in response to your comment I do take piracy seriously and if you Susan's blog, you too would realize she does as well.