Wednesday, May 26, 2010

New Releases, Sale and Freebie!

Hi,
I know you haven't heard from me for a while, but now I am back on track!:) All this final exams, course works, and preparations for the end of the 2nd semester had really kept me busy these days. But now, I have a enough time to write a post for you. Before introducing my new products to you, I want to point that I LOVE all the movies about some historical persons, or events, such as "The Young Victoria". Here are some of the facts about Queen Victoria I found on the web:
She became Queen of England four weeks after her 18thbirthday.
The monarch married Prince Albert of Germany on February 10, 1940.
She wore a white wedding dress and ushered in the world wide trend of brides wearing white.
Initially it's believed that Victoria was more in love with Albert than he was with her. The marriage lated proved to be a complete love match.
Her husband Albert died in 1861 at the young age of 42. She mourned his death for almost 10 years. For the rest of her reign she wore black.
Victoria and Albert had nine children. Most of them married into Europe's royal family. She is still known as the Grandmother of Europe.

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I love the fashion, art, manners of people, the speech, the music, of that century! Especially when everything is presented so beautifully! Another one of my favourite films is "Marie Antoinette". Marie Antoinette is a figure who has intrigued, provoked and captivated not only those of us now learning her story through film, literature and biography, but her own contemporaries.I searched for some facts about her and found out that:
One year, she ordered about 90 dresses from a dressmaker
She was 15 when she got married
She was a stylista. She enjoyed pushing the boundaries of fashion.
She adopted 3 poor children and raised them as her own.
She had a fabulous jewelry collection. She was also one of the best educated women of her time.
According to Fraser's biography, she was one of the first people to have braces to straighten her teeth!
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I love the colors, the spirit of the film, I wish I could travel back in time to live for a while in that centuries, and have a chance to meet this incredible women. This inspired me to make a kits about that times, and these women.

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As with a good book, you will want to explore the “Victoria” kit: look through the fantastic elements and backgrounds! Imagine the inspiration you'll garner every time you use this kit in your art projects, which style recalls the later Victorian era. Prep yourself for a fantastic adventure that “Victoria” will take you to! The kit contains 45 papers (3600 pixels, 300dpi) and 109 elements (.png, 300 dpi)

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If you have some really awesome photos that mean a lot to you, why not embellish them with this fabulous “Marie Antoinette” kit? The kit contains 45 papers (3600 pixels, 300dpi) and 114 elements (.png, 300 dpi). Each piece of the kit is unique. The pretty pink, beautiful blue, and brazen brown elements will make your layout have an adorable, unique vintage look that will inspire and amaze many.
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and the layout I made:

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This versatile kit will be perfect to scrap any of your photo. The kit has all the attributes of Josephina's time, contains 45 papers (3600 pixels, 300dpi) and 104 elements (.png, 300 dpi)

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And finally not related to history kit:
Add a special note to your art project by embellishing it with beautiful flowers that will not wither. The choice from color and flowers species is really wide, so you can experiment with making a bouquet to yourself, or anyone else. The kit contains 39 papers (3600 pixels, 300dpi) and 97 elements (.png, 300 dpi)

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The shop is having sale so don't loose a chance to buy all of my products 50% off!
Go HERE to shop.
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And of course I didn't forget to choose a winner for any of my product for the best description of my designs - the winner is:

Orachel

Contact me as soon as you can to get any kit of your choice:)
And now a new challenge:
Describe why or for what you like any of the listed above women, and the best answer will get the kit of this character!
I failed to get any interesting information about the Empress Josephine, could anyone suggest me book or site where I can get more extra information?
Finally, I decided to take some elements from all of these kits and combine them in one kit:

Femmes Dans L'histoire

This is a ‘little’ introduction to the Victoria, Marie Antoinette and Josephina kits. The sampler has some elements from all the listed kits, so it may help you to decide whether you need to buy the whole kits or not. Hope you will find use for and enjoy it.The kit contains 18 papers (3600 pixels, 300dpi) and 32 elements (.png, 300 dpi)

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The great thing about it is that you can grab it for free!
Hope you like it:) Wish you all the best, success and endless inspiration in your art projects!
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7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much!

Loricat said...

Your new kits are so beautiful. I'm going to have such a hard time picking. I may have to get them all (smile). Thank you for the wonderful freebie.

Anonymous said...

What Loricat said!

JM

CraftCrave said...

Just a quick note to let you know that a link to this post will be placed on CraftCrave in the DigiFree category today [27 May 02:00pm GMT]. Thanks, Maria

Jennifer said...

The Women In History Freebie Kit is so Beautiful
Thank You so Much. Jenn

Karen said...

Here you can find a little information about Josephine:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jos├ęphine_de_Beauharnais

Anonymous said...

Hi well as you can see im from mexico and i don´t speak english ok just a little but i want tell you your kits are wonderful im form the Sierra Tarahumara, Located in Chihuahua, here are a Great culture named Raramuris. is very visited form all countries well this is because i want you can little know where i´m from, im sorry as i said im taking an english course jaja, so i writte you because i need a favor i dont´t know if i can tell you here or if you have an e-mail address and i will contact you.

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