25 February 2012

I love cinema.... and a little freebie ...

This week A. had two days off from school for the Carnival. On Saturday we went to the local playground to take part to the Carnival party, A., as a proud fan of Star Wars, wore a bright new Clone Trooper Costume with mask I bought him (I got mad finding it) on the net. He was super happy and had a great time playing with his school friends. Luckily we had a sunny day on Saturday and it wasn't too cold. 
On Monday we went to the cinema to see Hugo Cabret, A. and DH. loved it; I think it is a good movie but not my favourite genre. I hate sad stories, with suffering children, orphans etc. I hope to enjoy the next one a little bit more.

Today Angie is releasing a new kit called "Sweet Acidity" made up of 120 elements and 24 papers in bright colours.

The kit is on sale at:


In these shops you are gonna find also:

and a pack of quick pages too:

I worked with this kit and created two layouts:
the first one in which I tried to recreate some pop-art ...

and the second page, more conventional:

credits for the photo: stock_53__by_the1stgrape_stock-d32dflb

with this page I also created a quick page freebie I am going to share with you all:

As usual all my creations are for free and for personal use only.
All I'm asking is a little bit of patience in reading this post's few lines to find the download link which is hidden in the post. 
Sorry link expired!

PS: if you don't find the link (it's there I grant this) drop me a note or a comment but give me a way to contact you back... , I will be more than happy  to help you out as this is not a treasure hunt, it's just a way to let you read my post.

Please leave a comment, a little love is always appreciated!

1 comment:

grandie said...

Hi Marzia!

This is just beautiful, thank you so much for sharing your time and talents with us. I do appreciate your kindness always :o)

I hope you are well, and enjoying the better weather we have been having here in England. I havent been to your site for a while, shame on me hey! Tee hee

Helen from England