Next up in my digital scrapbooking stash is the beautiful Cinderella-inspired #Believeinmagic: Glass Slipper Collection by Amber Shaw & Studio Flergs.
I clearly remember what I thought last year when I first saw this collection. My reactions was: “WHAT??? I gotta have this!!! Like NOW!”
I was truly mesmerised by those beautiful shades of blue and gold and the sparkly stuff just nailed it! The collection was sold to me before I even opened the additional page to see the description and sample pages.
Now without further ado, let’s unpack this beauty and take a peek at what’s inside…
In my review of #believeinmagic: First Kiss Collection by Amber Shaw & Studio Flergs I showed a 100% zoom of the shimmers. These are exactly the same, only they are in the corresponding kit colors – golden, blue and beige/cream. The patterned papers are truly beautiful and there’s a variety of wooden, starry, magical, vintage, satin/silk and florals.
Enough of the paper stuff! Let’s move on to…
Pocket scrapping or not, these cards really add up to any layout because they are so versatile and pretty. Whether a Cinderella slipper, a Disney-inspired castle or a blank royal design card for journaling, these are sure to please you. I admit — I don’t always use them but I’m so glad I have them!
Elements are always the most important part of a kit to me because I love clustering. That’s why I love finding a variety of flowers and leaves. The BIM Glass Slipper offers a pretty versatile collection of embellishments, word arts, word strips, frames and other beauties like sparkles, shiny and glittery stuff. There’s also a good amount of themed elements like a Cinderella slipper, coach, birds, mouse, castle, pumpkin, clock and a tiara.
As I said in my first review, the scatterz are a must-have to me because they enhance my pages effortlessly. Whenever I place one of those pre-made scatters behind my photo, I feel content and inspired. These really add up to the beauty and magic of those Disney or fairytale inspired pages.
Here’s a closer look:
Last but not least is the alpha which is included in the kit. I’ve already said that I’m not a native English speaker. I actually use Cyrillic alphabet so I find Latin alphas not that usable. However, I adore beautifully done alphabets because I do use English in my page titles. Also, some of the Cyrillic letters look like those in Latin so I can be creative. The two versions of alphas included in BIM Glass Slipper are truly wonderful – they sparkles nicely on the page and add a special elegance to it. I admit I love gold stuff and that gold variation of the alpha with the nice bevelled edges really got me.
Was I satisfied with my purchase? Absolutely! This is really beautiful!
Why did I purchase it? Honestly, I didn’t have photos for this kit but I just had to have it because it’s beautiful. There must be a better word — it’s stunning!
Do I recommend buying the collection? YES! This happens to be one of my personal favorites. Despite the fact I don’t have themed photos for it, I find myself using the collection over and over again. What’s more, it stretches my creativity because I try to find ways to scrap non-Cinderella or fairytale photos with it.
Pages I’ve created with BIM Glass Slipper digital scrapbook collection: