Welcome to Kate Hadfield Designs! Here you will find a selection of high resolution products for digital scrapbookers and hybrid crafters, along with lots of inspiration on how to use my designs! I create original, hand drawn, downloadable illustrations which can be used in your digital scrapbook layouts and projects, or printed and used to create paper scrapbook pages, greetings cards, school projects, worksheets, classroom projects, invitations, gift wrap, decorations and so much more!
Every month I look forward to putting together the Teacher Team inspiration blog post, the team always comes up with so many fun ideas and creative learning projects! I hope they will help to inspire you to get crafty with your digital supplies. Jennifer from Everything Just So has created what I think might be the greatest Mother's Day gift idea, in the world - ever! Here are her printable … [Read More...]
If you have been following me over on Instagram you might have seen some of my recent sketchbook pages and kawaii style doodles I've been playing around with! A little while ago I posted a photo of a sketchbook doodle and had several requests to turn it into a colouring page, so here it is! This was inspired by a weekly Instagram drawing challenge and as soon as I saw that the prompt was "exotic … [Read More...]
With (inter)National Scrapbooking Day being THE big event in May, this month I wanted to showcase some Team Favourites all about our favourite hobby: scrapbooking! It's maybe not the first subject you would think to make a layout about, but this hobby means so much to so many people it can be an important part of their personal story - and one that deserves to be recorded! Here are some … [Read More...]
Do you doodle or draw? I (Kristina) like to, on occasion – whenever I think I can focus for more than five minutes at a time on it. I do not like to doodle “aimlessly”, however. In order to satisfy my desire to doodle, but please my “inner aimless critic”, I fell to the “Zentangle” drawings. I happened to run across this book one day while at my local Michael’s craft store. I thumbed through it … [Read More...]