Want some fresh color in your publishing projects now that spring’s first touches of green and gold have appeared? Whether you dream of buds and blossoms or peacock feathers, our April Premier art offerings will add a welcome splash of color to your creativity.
In muted, modern colors, the elegant “Elements of Spring” collection by Jill Means of Legacy Digital Design was created for any post-winter project, but contains many Easter and Mother’s Day elements, including an adorable chocolate rabbit. Alongside the many full-color items, a paper overlay, an egg and a dozen or so word art pieces are provided in Jill Mean’s popular, color-customizable .png format.
Butterflies, bees and glitter-edged blossoms are among the 124 elements found in the “Summer Garden” collection from Inspiration Lane. A true mega kit, these garden-glorious elements are accompanied by 44 cheerful papers and a smattering of seasonally appropriate word art.
“Travel the World: India, Elements” and “Travel the World: India, Papers” by Julia Makotinsky offer the lush colors and textures of exotic India. The tropical flowers, peacocks feathers, swirls, and vines can be used for elegant gifts and greetings as well as for food and travel-inspired pages.
“My Life & Story: An Autobiography Kit” by Jady Day Studio of ScrapMatters and its accompanying typewriter-key alphabet is our second extra-large collection. This sea foam green, modern red, and gentle gold collection is packed with coordinated papers, journaling blocks, and word art designed to tell any life story in a bright and cheerful fashion.
The fifth in our color coordinated “365 Days With You” month-by-month series, “365 Days With You: May” by Lauren Grier and Shawna Clingerman of Sweet Shoppe Designs is rainbow bright and full of spring weather embellishments.
“Backyard Cuties: Laundry Pack” and “Backyard Crawlies: Laundry Pack” by Lliella Designs of Sweet Shoppe Designs are the perfect partners to storybook your toddler’s life and progress. From chore charts and book embellishments to party invitations for the sandbox set, these collections will help get spring and summer projects off to a lighter-hearted start.
Rounding out our April art offering are “Moment de Douceur Clusters” by Fambas of DigitalCrea and “Little Black Dress Papers” by Eva Kipler, of Sweet Shoppe Designs. The baby-themed forget-me-not cluster collection makes designing a card or canvas a simple breeze. For an entirely different look-and-feel, the black and white papers of our “Little Black Dress” paper pack add a touch of elegance specially designed for more formal occasions.
April brings hundreds and hundreds of new art pieces, and the many templates made from them, to Studio this month. With a Club HM account, this art and these templates are free to you. You can use your Club HM account to build a pool of points, so when you’re ready, you can publish painlessly. If you don’t have a Club HM account, call your personal publishing consultant (that’s me!) today for details about the huge savings having a Club HM account brings.
Excerpts taken the April edition of the Heritage Makers “club connections” newsletter.