This Word Art Newsletter is no longer published. But you can sign up to receive the Garden Party Mega Scrapbook Kit in the box on the right in my sidebar.
Well this seems to be a week of launches for me.
Today I’m announcing the launch of the new Scraps of Mind Weekly Word Art Newsletter.
I’ve been wanting to start a Scraps of Mind Newsletter for some time. I wanted to use it as a vehicle to give you something for free that you could use in your scrapbooking or card making, whether you are a digital scrapbooker, into hybrid scrapbooking, favour traditional scrapbooking or are a card maker.
And I thought Word Art is something that can be used by everyone in many different ways. And it’s a freebie that’s a little bit different from the norm (and we do like to be a bit different at Scraps of Mind).
So the Scraps of Mind Weekly Word Art Newsletter was born.
Subscribe to this newsletter and receive three pieces of original Word Art delivered free to your inbox each week (don’t worry, the full sized files will come as a link for you to download, I don’t want to blow the top off your email system), together with scrapbooking news and tips from the world of Scraps of Mind.
You’ll be able to build a collection of Word Art for every occasion so you’ll never be at a loss for the perfect quotation or quick and easy title for your scrapbook layout. And you’ll always have a great caption to put inside your greeting card to make it a bit extra special. As we’re kicking this off in December, each newsletter for this month will include at least one piece of Christmas related Word Art.
Enter your email into the subscription box at the top right of this page and start building your Word Art Collection now. The Scraps of Mind Weekly Word Art Newsletter is a fun way to do it.
And if you think that your scrapbooking and card making friends might enjoy receiving some great Word Art for free, I’d love it if you would mention this post and link to it on your blogs. Or give it a Stumble by clicking on the StumbleUpon button below and help to spread it to other scrapbookers and card makers.