MERRY MAGICAL WINTER Creative Kit (READY TO SHIP)
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Welcome to the Little Rainbow Moon Creative kit - MERRY MAGICAL WINTER
The inspiration for this kit actually started with the napkin! I fell in love with the quirky imagery and the magical wintery forest vibes. It sparked ideas of other items to include in the kit and was the base of the colour scheme.
So what’s in the kit?
I wanted these colours to have a warm and inviting feel
FIRESIDE - The reddest of reds! A semi translucent matt.
TOADSTOOL - A magical shimmering scarlet red, with ruby red sparkles.
HYGGE - If warm and cosy was a colour! A beautiful pink/copper/bronze that shifts colour as it catches the light.
EVERGREEN - An enchanting shimmering forest green.
You have two sheets of stickers. One with a selection of autumn/wintery inspired decorative images. And one with wintery phrases on watercolour backgrounds.
As I said, it was this napkin that inspired the whole theme for the kit. I loved how unusual it is. I’m looking forward to using matt medium to paste parts of it onto my journal pages.
You have a piece of thick vellum, decorated with a range of wintery inspired images.
You have four journal cards, perfect for adding ‘tip ins’ to journal pages, or you could use them in happy mail, or just paste them into your journal as they are. You could use the word phrase stickers included in this kit, to add a message on the front of the card or add your own with a white gel pen.
You have two papers with coordinating watercolour backgrounds and three smaller pieces of card with designs in coordinating colours.
You have a thin washi tape with black snowflakes designs.
I was inspired to include toadstools in the imagery of this kit, by the napkin. I love these cute acetate toadstools!
TUBE OF SPARKLES
A selection of red, gold, silver and bronze sequins in a range of shapes and sizes. Great for adding touches of sparkle to your journal pages
TAGS AND TWINE
You have 4 tags and a selection of twine so you can mix and match how you like. Adding tags to a spread can be an interesting way to add some journalling. I also like how it creates an interesting layer. I like to write some thoughts on one side, decorate the other, then use a short piece of twine and washi tape to attach to the page.