5 on 5 by Traci Reed

Happy Friday Sweet Shoppers! Lace up those skates and hit the ice with this new fabulous, fun hockey kit from Traci Reed! 5 On 5 Celebrates all those bloody, brawling, icy cold players out there who love to get down and dirty on the ice…if you’re a hockey fan or a hockey mom, you won’t want to miss this kit! Done in a neutral gray, black and white palette with pops of color, 5 On 5 is the perfect compliment to any of your hockey photos!

Josiah only played 4 weeks of Hockey before we decided it wasn’t his sport, but I’ve been dying for a kit to scrap the few photos I do have ever since!


5 On 5 by Traci Reed


Kit Includes: 14 patterned and 8 solid papers, 1 complete frosty alpha on individual .png files, and 70 digital embellishments including: 2 arrow rub ons, 1 banner, 4 buttons, 8 enamel dots, 4 flair, 3 foam fingers, 2 paper frames, 1 illustrated goal net, 1 illustrated goalie stick, 1 illustrated helmet, 1 icy frame, 1 icy heart, 5 illustrated jerseys, 2 journal bits, 1 illustrated puck, 3 ribbons, 1 rickrack, 1 rink stamp, 1 editable scoreboard, 1 illustrated skates, 2 texture stamps, 4 paper flowers, 1 illustrated hockey stick, 5 titles, 2 washis and 15 word bits!

5 on 5 Cards

Your pocket life layouts will go together with ease with these adorable cards that are perfect for your MVP hockey star! All cards come on printable sheets and in both orientations for you hybrid scrappers out there! Includes: 12 3×4 and 4 4×6 cards



SPECIAL OFFER – Get the 5 On 5 Journal Cards FREE with the purchase of the 5 On 5 kit now through 2/19/16! There is no need to add the cards to your cart, they will be included in your downloads!

Check out the Hawt Mama inspiration below!















SugarBabe – Rebecca




2 comments on 5 on 5 by Traci Reed

  1. Lois
    February 12, 2016 at 7:21 pm (2 years ago)

    Love the kit!!! Hope you reconsider playing hockey – 4 weeks is not enough time to make the decision to not play. One of my 7 grandson wasn’t too sure about playing either but stuck it out and one day the light bulb went off and he is having the time of his life. They don’t have to play in a highly competitive league but playing on a team is a great experience for kids.

    • Traci Reed
      February 12, 2016 at 10:13 pm (2 years ago)

      Thank you! Josiah plays a lot of sports and is excellent at basketball and baseball so we decided to stick with those!


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