{Free} Template: Lot’s of tape

Happy Wednesday. Hope you’re have a great week. We stayed up late last night watching election results. I’m a news junky and election night is when I really miss being in a newsroom on a regular basis.

But enough of that … let’s talk scrapping and my latest digital template.

I never, ever paper scrap anymore. I’m 100% digital. But that doesn’t stop me from buying washi tape. I have a huge collection of washi tape. I can’t stop buying it. It’s an obsession really. So it’s no surprise that I love to use digital washi tape.

This week’s template features lots and lots of tape. Hope you like it:

Template_38_KRDKDownload this fully layered, Photoshop template here.

And here’s the layout that inspired this template:


Journaling reads:

There are a lot of things I am thankful for this year. I'm thankful for a good job in a crappy economy. I'm thankful for two bright and extremely happy children. I'm thankful I'm able to indulge in large quantities of rocky road ice cream. I'm thankful for fun, memorable trips to lots of cool places. I'm thankful for a rock solid family. I'm thankful for a super hardworking and funny husband who tries hard to make my life better and easier. I'm thankful for jeggings, because they are just so plain comfy. I'm thankful for an army of friends who love and get me. I'm thankful for excellent insurance and great doctors. I'm thankful for a house manager who happily does laundry, cleans our messes and generally loves and takes care of us. I'm thankful to live close to grandparents who adore my kiddos. But this year, I'm most thankful for my health. Two tumors, one the size of a small orange, can make that happen. One, totally uncomplicated surgery only increased the amount of gratitude I felt. Said tumors being benign makes me more than thankful, it makes me the luckiest girl in the world. I am so very thankful. And I'll be feeling this way for a long time.


What are you thankful for? How about creating a layout about what you’re most thankful for? If you do, come back and share a link, I’d love to see it.