What would you have named this kit? It's colors are soft blues & greens, contrasted by bold whites & blacks. The papers are super shabby, almost vintage. There are even 3 completely worn & torn papers. I've got several dotted patterns, a damask pattern and a starburst pattern. There is glitter, can't have a kit without glitter, there are puffy elements, painted wood elements and clustered elements. I loved this kit. I just couldn't come up with a name.
My husband thought it looked like something vintage-y, maybe out of a noir film in the 20's. I couldn't get away from the blue flavor. But it had green too... and so, while sleeping actually, I came up with Aqua Noir. And nothing else would do.
Aqua Noir is on sale at Stone Accents Studio now until the end of March, along with all my kits, alpha's, CU items and even my bargain bin stuff! I'm calling it March Madness. Give those words kinder meaning since I'm really not a basketball fan. And lest you all think I forgot... there is a freebie! Scroll down to the end of my babbling to collect it.
You've finally reached the freebie! It's a stunning quickpage done by the fabulous Stephanie of Scrappy Cocoa, be sure to visit her blog & leave her some love for her hardwork as well. You can get the freebie here or by clicking on the preview below:
A little FYI, I'm now switching from box.net to Mediafire for my freebie hosting. Box.net is wonderful, but has limited bandwidth. After only 2 weeks I'm at 75% of my bandwidth. I'd hate to list a freebie to have only a limited number of users be able to download. Sooooo back to the drawing board. Let me know how you like this shared server.