Today felt wonderful. It was in the low 90s, true, but there was very little humidity. Only about 25%. Of course, we’ll be getting it back in a couple of days. But, hey, it’s great while it lasts.
You have to appreciate irony, or it’ll drive you insane. What’s ironic? Yesterday, July 1, a low pressure center moved off the African coast into the tropical Atlantic. If this low develops, it will be called Bertha. Y’all, on July 1, 1996, a tropical wave moved off the coast of Africa and hit us in eastern North Carolina on July 12. It’s name was Bertha, and it was a Category 2 hurricane. Talk about deja vu. I remember that Bertha particularly well because it blew the steeple off of the church across the street from our house.
Anyway, I have a new kit ready for y’all to download. Magic Is was inspired by my nephew’s Magic: The Gathering cards. He and his best friend, Nick, play all the time. I don’t pretend to know what they’re talking about, but at least they’re having fun.
Magic Is contains:
- 5 papers
- 1 parchment mat
- 1 rain layer
- 1 mist layer
- 1 snow layer
- 2 dragonflies
- 2 bent photo frames (first time I’ve attempted these)
- 1 regular frame
- 1 alpha (Upper and Lowercase letters, no numbers)
- 4 magelights
- 7 definition cards (magic, charm, spell, imagine, believe, enchant, and 1 blank)
- 1 wordart
The font used for the alpha is Marigold Wild by Nancy Lorenz. You can download it and Stonehenge (the other font used in the definitions) from dafont.com. I’m not sure, but I may have also used Elven Common Speak, which was also created by Nancy Lorenz and can be download at dafont.com.
Update 2/24/2015: I’ve gone through all of my links and deleted all of those for 4shared. My account there has been discontinued. Unfortunately, this means that many of my early kits are no longer available. If I can find the time, I may attempt to recreate and/or redo some of them.