Monday, June 28, 2010

Whispers Kit: Classic and Vintage Cool Blue Hues

Hi! It's me, Noemi once again this time to bring some more goodies from Mel's stuff. I thought I'd share with you one of my all-time favorite kit from her stores. Have you seen her Whispers Kit? If you haven't, then you should. It has the most beautiful blue hues combination I have seen. You'll love not just its colors and designs... You'll love the elements even more. The kit includes 12 perfectly designed papers and 36 elements (flowers, metallic elements, a bird lace, some ribbons, frames, stitch, swirls, and strings). Not to mention, the kit also includes a set of complete lower case metallic alphas. Here is a preview of the kit:

The kit is perfect for those photos with a vinatge and classic touch. Here are a few layouts made with the kit:

by jenn33199

by y_baros


by scrappinduck


And just for following Mel's blog, I made a freebie just for you. Not just one, but, TWO cluster freebies for your LOs!




You can grab them here. (Links have been disabled.)


Like it? Check the whole kit out in Mel's stores at GottaPixel and Scrapbook-Bytes.

'Til next time!

Noemi D.


6 comments:

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 [28 Jun 12:00pm GMT]. Thanks, Maria

IvoryKeys said...

Beautiful clusters Noemi! This is one of my favorite kits too. Then again I say that with each and every kit......

Lori said...

Thank you for freebies. Link on your post was added to Lori's freebie list

pce4all said...

I've looked EVERYWHERE for the Whispers Kit. Its not in the stores listed. Can you help please?
Thanks!
Nancy
nancy@cyclopsstudios.com

Noemi said...

Hi everyone!

I'm sorry the Whispers Kit had been removed from Mel's Gotta Pixel and Scrapbook-bytes store. They are now sold exclusively at her Polka Dot Plum Store: http://polkadotplum.com/shoppe/product.php?productid=18001&cat=0&page=1

Thank You!

Noemi

Lois said...

Thank you for the beautiful clusters. I'm really using lots of these lately.