For the final round, we were to deliver ourselves on a plate. While the true meaning of this was to show our creativity and design skills, I also took it to mean show who we were. The minute I saw the photo by Captain Kimo called Juno Beach Pier, I immediately knew how I was going to do all 3.
This kit is a reflection of who I am. I have numerous mechanical items which reflect my many years working in mechanical engineering technologies. While these are perfect to add a masculine feel to any page, I've added a little bling to some to also reflect the feminine touch. I also have lots of girly items, but again, I have added another twist by adding some mechanical items to them.
So what you have in this kit are some highly detailed items that I have built such as the moon, locket, clock; three different frames; a smattering of flowers, leaves, and vines; and, to round it all off, ribbons, jewels, a key, and a word art.
Like me, I consider this kit to be rather unique yet versatile. It's versatility provides you with something that can be used in so many different layouts; however, it defies typical categorization. Think of it as a little bit Steampunk and a little bit Shabby Chic.
I hope you spend endless hours enjoying this kit which can be downloaded from the following links:
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Finally, thank you to all who have taken the time to comment on my layouts and kits. This has been SUCH a fun and enjoyable month!!!
-Jill (aka jilbert)