Well, the saddest news is that Pixel Canvas, the shop side, is closing its doors for good. I'll be selling there till Sunday (my kits are already on sale, and I'm going to put the tutorials on sale later today). Vinnie will sell her goods till the following Wednesday, and then the site will turn into her portfolio.
However, I am SUPER EXCITED to let you know that I've joined The DigiChick Boutique! I'm so honored to be alongside a bunch of really cool designers, and their forum life is really fun too. I think this will be a great fit... My shop will open there next Thursday (and will be on sale for 2 days), so I'm looking forward to seeing all of you over there!
I was very pleased to be able to contribute to this wonderful mega-kit, which is available from ZigZag Scraps, Digital Crea, DigiScrap Mania, and Two Little Pixels. Timounette, whose children hail from Haiti, has put this together, and all funds will be directly forwarded to two Haitian groups, one of which is the orphanage where her children lived for a while. The kit is HUGE!
And here's my layout with it:
Amanda's trail runs up Oregon's central coast, commemorating the relocation in the 1860's of many First People to a reservation near where I live. Amanda was a blind woman, whose suffering during the march was commemorated with this statue by Sy Meadow.
Everything from the Ayiti Charity Collab kit for Haiti, available at ZigZag Scrap. Background papers by Miss Vivi and Manue. Lilies by Catherine Designs, candle by Melancolie; wordart/mask by Heather T. Font: Amanda's Hand. Journalling reads:
shivers in the forest gloom
unseeing eyes sealed by stone
tears of moss stumbling
over her cracked skin
and at her torn feet, our offerings
small gifts of light
remembering her trail
across the foot of the dark mountain
clouded by the roar of the sea