Feast of Fall Freebies

with 18 Comments

Okay. I’ll admit it. I got a little carried away! I was just going to find you a few fonts and hand out a few freebies . . . but, I just couldn’t help myself! Hope you enjoy all the fabulous things I found for the feast. (Wow! That’s a lot of f-words!!)

Feast Upon—FREE Fall Fonts
I find Thanksgiving fonts to be a bit hokey. So, I’m gonna focus on fonts that represent other fall things. Click on the font images below to search Google for that font. Or, get brave and do a Google search for “free fall fonts.”

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Feast Upon—FREE Fall Brushes
I could sit and search for free brush sets all day long—it sucks me in. I love it! The moment I saw this free fall brush set on Brusheezy.com, I knew I had to share. And here’s the good news . . . this is only a small portion (free) of the larger set (for sale). Click on the image below to get the details of this free mini brush set.

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Feast Upon—Fabulously FREE Fall Cluster
Just for stopping by, I’d like to offer you this FREE Thankful word art. No strings attached! Download now. But wait! If you are a Plus or Premier member, you’ll want to take advantage of the extra benefits below.
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Feast Upon—Fancy FREE Overlays (Plus Members only)
I’ve got a special treat for all you Plus members out there. Your download will include the Thankful word art in our Fancy Feast Overlays. Log in to Plus and get your goodies. Not a Plus member? Sign up today for a FREE Plus membership and start enjoying all the benefits immediately. But, hold on to your feathers! If you are a Premier member, you’ll find a super-sized download waiting for you below! (You will find this freebie in the Word Art category of the Freebies page.)

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Feast Upon—Fantastically FREE Fall Freebie Pack (Premier Members Only)
Are you a Premier member? If so, log in to Premier where you’ll find a super-sized all-in-one download filled with gobs of goodies. Premier members get the blog freebie, the Plus Member Overlays Pack, and our exclusive Premier Member Cluster Pack. Learn more about Premier. (You will find this freebie in the Word Art category of the Freebies page.)

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Get the Coordinating Kit
So far, Autumn Days by Kristin Cronin-Barrow is my very favorite fall kit that we sell in our shop. The colors sing to my soul, and I’m a sucker for kits with lots of word art. If you are a lover of fall kits like me, you need to add this one to your collection. It coordinates with the freebies above.

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Browse Other Fall Kits
Here are two more of my favorite fall kits. Thankfully by Krystal Hartley is a classic in my book. It’s so versatile that I find myself coming back to it every year. Susan Bartolini’s Happy Harvest kit is perfect for the whimsical touch on your autumn scrapbook pages. There are some really beautiful papers in that kit.

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Have a great November everyone!
Make sure to gobble up the goodies quick; they won’t last forever! Thanks for stopping by. Do your friends a favor and share this post!

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jenwhite-48x48Author: Jen White | jen@digitalscrapper.com
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18 Responses

  1. Betsy
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    I’m grateful for Jen! I enjoy reading all of your blogs and your tutorials.

    Happy Thanksgiving!

  2. Kristie
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    Jen,

    To add meaning to Thanksgiving, we often have a small candy cup (think a paper cupcake liner only smaller) at each person’s Thanksgiving dinner plate. It is filled with candy corn and goldfish crackers. We share the Thanksgiving story about pilgrims who were actually ill-equipped for taking care of themselves in a new country. It is told that they were starving, and it was actually the native people who helped them survive, and taught them to farm by using a dead fish in the planting hole, then adding the seed.

    This leads to each person’s opportunity to say what he/she is thankful for.

    I was thinking that you and the DS team are like those who shared the corn and fish; you share tips and tricks so generously with those of us who are striving to become better digital pilgrims! Thank you for all the wonderful resources! While I could find some of these things online myself, you make it so EASY and SPEEDY. I am grateful!

    • Jen White
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      So lovely! Thank you, Kristie. 😀

  3. joansmor
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    I love the Autumns Days kit too. Made several “fall” pages with it again this year.

  4. PatriciaD
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    Great job…you guys are always my go to gals!!

  5. Helen
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    Thanks for all the things that you all do for us, appreciate the freebies, and the time it takes to create the classes.

  6. dede Wurl
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    Thank you so much for the freebies. On the brushes (at the top), when I clicked on the link and went to the site, I was only able to download one of the brushes…the pilgrim’s hat. Anyone else have this problem?
    But thank you, anyway.
    Sincerely,
    Dede Wurl

  7. Rhondda
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    Many thanks for the gifts! My scrapbooking style must be like yours Jen, as I find some of the fonts and elements “a bit hokey”. I do have funadapting kits to “my style” – part of the SB challenge!

  8. Sheryl
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    Thanks for all the “goodies”. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

  9. Kathy
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    Thanks for the fun stuff, Jen!! Have a great Thanksgiving!!

  10. Vicki
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    A bountiful harvest of freebies, indeed. Thanks so much!

  11. jayleigh
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    You find Thanksgiving “Hokey”? Why is that? i have never known anyone who knows the history of that holiday to think it was “hokey” – i’m not being critical, i’m just puzzled. First, it honors our Pilgrim ancestors, and secondly, Abraham Lincoln proclaimed it a national holiday following the most divisive situation to wrack the young nation less than 100 years after we gained independence–the war between the State – ie: The Civil War. The grief this nation endured during the five years of that war that was costly in terms of lives, money, crops, and destruction of arable land was tremendous. Lincoln hoped to reunite the country and bring, not just unity to the states, but to families who had been divided by opposing loyalties. My great-great-grandfather served in the American Revolution, but i had family on both sides of the war between the states, so when Thanksgiving Day comes, it isn’t hokey to me–it is an important day of rememberance–remembering where “we” came from, and the struggles that are on-going to keep us “one nation under God” – a nation of free people in a world of dictators and repressive regimes; a nation for which the Statue of Liberty is a bold statement of our belief in the worth of the individual, the hope of liberty, and the freedom that only a democratic-republic can offer. i don’t find any of those values ‘hokey’ – but i wonder why you do. Please don’t take this as criticism, Jen; one of the great things about America is that we are free to express our opinions without fear of retribution for it – even when we disagree, we can still celebrate our differences as well as our similarities.

    But, thank you for the freebie list.

    • Jen White
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      Wow! Thank you, Jayleigh, for the wonderful history insight.
      As Americans, we need more of this——pride in our Country.

      As for “hokey,” I think you misunderstood.
      I find the FONTS representing Thanksgiving to be hokey,
      not the holiday itself. 🙂

  12. Dianne
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    Of course you could use any search engine for the same information. Not all of us use Google.

  13. SherriS.
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    Thank you for such a harvest of freebies:)

  14. CrimsonCrow
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    Very nice gifties! I am thankful for all the warmth and tutelage I have experienced at Digital Scrapper!

  15. FussBudget
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    I never have time to search for freebies so it was so nice that you gathered some up for me. Thank you.

  16. Loretta
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    Thanks for all the goodies! Looking forward to using them.

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