So, Valentines aside, Designs by Ali had released a new kit call "The Pirate in Me" so I was all set to do Pirate tags last night. Or so I thought. When I went to download the kit, the file came back invalid or corrupted. ::sigh:: So instead, I decided to work with another Designs by Ali kit, called Midnight Dreams, which I'd purchased earlier this month. This is a beautiful kit in black, white, gold and silver and while I was working with it, I could tell it was just begging to be a blog layout.
It comes with a couple of the goth Pauline posers from KairinaKat Kreations which I used in this tag and given the "Dark & Beautiful" background could probably work as a goth kit, but it struck me as being too elegant for that. The Black Gold alpha from Bizee 1 Digi-Arts fits in just perfect, so I used it throughout this series.
Generally speaking, I have no use for bridal posers, but the "Snow Bride" set from Bits'N'Bobs was on sale and well...they are very beautiful pieces. Since I wanted something more elegant I chose to use them with this kit. They did work very well, I will say that, and they are fantasy pieces after all.
And of course, lots of bling in the kit, which I just adore. I can just image what a dress like that would cost in the real world. Yikes!
The World Art in the background is from Ginger's House and Of course, I glitterfied it. I didn't really want word art, so much as I wanted something in the background. That font didn't lend itself well to glitter, but what the heck...
The gold "sweethearts" are from an element pack by Krissy's Scraps. I bought them because I feel I always have a use for hearts, but to date, I've not had a chance to use them. Of course, I have kitty and woofie tags to get through, so I'm sure they'll come in useful. I was actually looking for the red 3-D looking ones, but evidently, I didn't buy that package.
Anyway, hope you enjoyed this little bridal fantasy. At least you don't have to worry about catching the bouquet.