Thursday, February 5, 2009

New Products in Store

Little Rascal Kit

Playful and bold, the Little Rascal kit uses bright blues, burnt oranges and sludgy greens. Fun, patterned papers and unique elements abound here and makes a perfect addition to your little boys stash, it’s all about the boys in your life but can still work well with a great variety of layout and photos.

Truly Madly Deeply Kit

Who said grey is boring!? Basically monochromatic with a flash of hot pink! This kit is fun and versatile, with its edgy black and grey backgrounds and the pinks of sprinkled hearts and soft floating feathers. Designed with St Valentine's Day in mind, it's equally suitable for many other occasions such as anniversaries, weddings and any theme where you want classic colours to emphasize your photos.


Swirls And Curls Overlays

Overlays add another dimension to your Layout, they are perfect for adding that unique touch. Try different blend modes, re-colour, erase parts or add a style to lift that background to another level. Use the cut-out by selection and inserting a background into the reversed overlay and pop a different background under it for some stunning effects. Have fun with these, let your creative juices flow.


Time Goes By Add On Pack

With the passage of time love tokens can become faded and slightly shabby, in the Add On Pack to the Time Goes By Kit you'll find some beautiful old faded roses, a shabby clock and a scratched and worn chipboard heart. Aqua and old gold is the colour theme of this add on and you'll find more beautiful soft backgrounds that just shout 'vintage and heritage' but this add on is just as suitable for any layouts where you want the appeal of romance, beautiful weddings and adorable babies.


T Square Two Quick Click

Create a layout fast with this fun Quick Click! This template includes all the layers to help you build a fun retro styled layout that includes various circle mats and swirls and doodled retro style circles. T Square Two QC has 2 photo areas and various circle space for journal notes.

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