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Friday, December 11, 2015
Yule (Full) preview


The pagan sabbat of Yule was originally celebrated mid-winter, but was moved back to the winter solstice by the Catholic priests who were trying to convert pagans to their flock.

Decorating with holly, ivy, evergreen and mistletoe, feasting with family and friends, the exchanging of gifts, even the imagery of the mother and child are all lifted from pagan celebrations.

At Yule, the earth Goddess gives birth to the oak God who brings the new born sun with him into the world.

This beautiful kit brings together many neo- and traditional pagan imagery for your winter celebrations. Included are 12 papers and 40 elements.

You are getting 3 candle clusters, 2 bows, 2 frames, 2 poinsettia, 2 ribbons, 2 snowflakes, 2 trees, 1 arch, 1 cauldron, 1 chalice, 1 dagger, 1 deer, 1 festive corner, 1 garland, 1 hat, 1 holly wand, 1 lights, 1 mistletoe, 1 owl, 1 pentagram, 1 pine cone, 1 red hearts, 1 snow fall, 1 snow drift, 1 snow swirl, 1 spell books, 1 star cluster, 1 stars, 1 tag, 1 winter greens, 1 yule fire, and 1 yule log cake.

300 DPI. Personal use only. Available in FULL and TAGGER sizes.

Hurry Santa CU preview


Santa's on his way, but sometimes your kids get impatient. Writing letters to Santa, or getting his cookies and milk ready are a great way to divert their attention.

This Christmas themed digital element pack will come in handy when you are putting together to your Santa and Christmas themed kits and projects!

These 14 holiday themed elements are CU friendly, and are saved to 300 DPI so they will look great in both web based and print designs.

CU/PU/S4H/S4O okay!

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