Here's some info from the blog:
Over the past four years, Kristy has created an incredible array of digital goodies. You can find everything you need in the store--digistamps, sentiments, papers--for every kind of card imaginable--birthday, get well, sympathy, thinking of you, holidays and occasions, etc. Well, its Imagine That Digistamp's fourth birthday this month and we were thinking that it would be the perfect opportunity to take a little walk down memory lane. Over the next two days we are going to showcase our DT members' favourite sets! We hope that you'll enjoy this little trip through time.
Please do visit the blog to see what's showcased by the design team.
I'm up in the first blog post going down memory lane.
After guest designing in the third quarter, I joined the design team on October 1, 2016 as a Craft-astic Connoisseur.
This was my first official Design Team make on my LOTSA SCRAP blog.
I used the pumpkin outline and the sentiment from the Scarecrow set found in the store HERE.
It's hard to narrow down Kristy's images to one favorite set, but I just love The Great Outdoors because of the camper which reminds me of my sister's Airstream Bambi. I used it in this Christmas card for my sister and her husband. The camper was a bonus because I originally got the set to use in Girl Scout camp scrapbook layouts.
The Great Outdoors Snow Mice
Christmas Sled Owl With Robin
There's more!!!!!!!! There will be another memory post (from other design team members) at 8pm today (Pacific Time Zone) and then two tomorow, one at 8am and one at 8pm. Be sure to stop by The Creative Playground blog to see all the design team memories! And while you're there, be sure to comment to win! DO THIS ON THEIR BLOG, NOT MINE!!!!
From now until end of day on Friday, March 24th, leave a comment on any of the four 'Walk Down Memory Lane' posts for your chance to win. Simply let us know the name of ONE of your favourite sets presented over the past four years and you might just win it! We'll choose one person for every five comments left, with a maximum of five winners.