10 June 2008

At long last, a little glamour...

Gosh, I can't believe how long it's taken me to get this finished - though technically it's been finished for over two weeks now lol! But finding the time to create the previews, zip and upload everything and finally post it here seems to have taken forever. In the end, I had to get it done, otherwise I wouldn't be able to start on this month's colour challenges. Anyway, I'm very pleased to finally present for your delight and delectation -

40s Femme Glam

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It was nearly going to be 40s Femme Fatale - but I don't think it's quite that dark! Anyway I hope you like it and for reference it contains:

  • 8 funky furs in a range of natural colours...guess the animal!
  • 5 individual 40s femmes stickers clad in the aforementioned furs
  • 2 group 40s femmes stickers
  • 8 accessories stickers - shoes, bags and gloves
  • 3 marcasite & opal necklace frames
  • 4 marcasite & opal brooches
  • 2 marcasite earrings
  • 4 - count em - 4 alphas! 3 in fur and 1 marcasite
Two of the fur alphas are complete upper and lower case, the third is upper case only, the marcasite is lower case only. Due to lack of time, I've had to leave them as sheets, but I'm on the lookout for an action that will automate the process of separating the letters to save me some time. Amanda pointed me to one, but it was PSP. I found a PS version by Monica Larsen, but don't know if it will work in CS3 - has anyone tried it???? If I can get one that works, I'll separate the alphas and re-upload.

I had so much fun playing with these that I created a whole range in semi-precious stones such as amber and lapis lazuli. Plus I have quite a collection of these fur papers in a range of more vibrant 'synthetic' colours.....so let me know if you'd like them.

Oh, and would you like the links????

Belanna's 40s Femme Glam - Papers
Belanna's 40s Femme Glam - Elements
Belanna's 40s Femme Glam - Alphas

6 comments:

  1. Gorgeous kit! Thank you so very much for sharing your talent and hard work!

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  2. Thank you! Your blog post will be advertised on the DigiFree Digital Scrapbooking Freebie search engine today.

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  3. oh wow, chris!
    this is SO perfect for vintage pages, and altered art projects!
    just LUV it gf!
    and thanks for sharing it with us all!
    hugs!

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  4. i just dl'd a template the other day with a sweater and tie ... these papers would look great on the sweater layer! way cool! tfs!

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  5. Wow. The creativity and the stunning execution of this kit is amazing. I love the concept and your talent is inspiring. Thank you so much for sharing it with us.

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  6. thanks, this kit is really unique. Picked up the papers and elements so far and will be back up later to get the alphas. Wonderful kit, love all the old fashioned stickers.

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