Friday, February 10, 2012

Collab of Siamese Studio and The Urban Fairy : Heart Beat (released on 10 Feb 2012)

February is the month of love and of course most digital scrapbooking kits celebrate this occasion with LOVE themes. Heart, flowers (especially red roses), and pink elements dominate the look of many of Valentine kits. Our lovely May from Siamese Studio had collaborated with Danielle from The Urban Fairy to create this gorgeous love theme kit called Heart Beat. Look at the color pallet.. pink, beige, purple and a pinch of green... really Valentine, right? You can grab this kit at ScrapMatters and Digiridoo Scraps.

Let Cupid take you away with this beautiful collab kit from Siamese Studio and The Urban Fairy. Surround yourself with elegance and beauty as you enter a world of eternal love. Here, rich tones of pink and purple fill every corner. Filled to the brim with flowers, glitter, and swirls of all kinds, this kit is perfect for scrapping all your loved ones, from young to old.

You will find:
- 20 plain and patterned papers; 12 x 12
- 55 elements (plus 13 pre-shadowed elements) including: one doodle, six fabric flowers, one rose bouquet, one flower decoration, one ricrac, three eyelet lace (in three colors), one sequin, one bead, one bow, five buttons, two paints, one foliage, one vine, one screw, one painted decoration, three wordarts, one painted frame, one silver frame, one paper frame, one jewel frame, two resin frames, two journals, two resin roses, one border overlay, one leaf, one worn tag, six ribbons (two different ribbons in three colors each), one scattered heart gems, two vintage rose chipboard, two vintage cupid chipboard.

I just love the pink background so much, I feel the urge to show it off a bit more. How? By erasing the space in the middle of the metal heart and 2 papers beneath it, automatically showing off the patterned pink background. What do you think of it?

I used Alyssa's photos when she was just 2 years old, dressed in golden Chinese traditional costume. The color of the dress matches the frame very well, isn't it? For the last touch, I can't resist to put blended image of Alyssa behind the 2 frames... I just love blending :). And the scattered hearts are so cute against the beige background.... I hope my clustering technique is getting better now. I always having trouble to decide which element goes well with others in a cluster, and resizing them to make the cluster more real even makes the whole process more confusing. But I love trying out different type of shadow on the cluster's elements. It's fun....

And, since I've recently been accepted as Danielle's CT (The Urban Fairy), I made an extra layout with her part of this kit. Here it is :

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