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Monday Highlight: SSD Quarterly Assortment

I’m sure, those of you who stopped by my little digiscrap corner last week were in for some disappointment, since there wasn’t much happening at all this past week. Can you tell that school has started, and I got a little busier than than the last two months? On top of that, ever since everyone got back to school the internet has gotten really bad here, so that trying to post something takes a lot of extra efforts. But I’m trying my best, and am back on track for this week (have you checked the new template freebie, yet, it’s up now), so, today I want to tell you about the Sweetshoppe Quarterly Assortments.

Four times a year the SSD designers release a flood of papers and elements, all neatly packaged into some pretty little mini-kit collection they call the Quarterly Assortment. It’s true, each kit only comes with a few papers (most of them highly patterned) and a couple of elements. In my eyes, the QA still is a great deal, however, since we all have tons of solid papers in our digi-stash already, that we can draw from, and those mini-kit samples are just perfect starters for any kind of scrapbook page. The QA also works great as a starting point for those who have just discovered the joy of digiscrapping, since it comes with a very versatile mixture of samples.

The best deal in my eyes so far, however, was the latest QA release, just a couple of weeks ago. This time, the designers have joined forces and coordinated their kits with each other. So, instead of a whole bunch of various mini kits, you actually get four full fledged scrapbook kits – a really sweet offer!

I can’t wait to use all of them, but here is one of my pages, and you can find another one in my post from Saturday (CT spotlight, featuring Cindy’s template).

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  1. Dear friends or so I hope! Because you are enthusiastic about classics, I wanted to share with you the fact that scientists found an old source of information about types of human psyche (soul) – this very old Chinese manuscript called Shan Hai Ching (Collection (Classic) of Mountains and Seas). It turned out, it holds descriptions of about three hundred individual models or programs of human mind. Also, it had been found that I Ching (Zhouyi) as well as Chinese classic text Tao Te Ching (by Lao-tsu) are commentaries to Shan Hai Ching. hieroglyph

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