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A Kind of Hush

A Kind of Hush

In muted beauty, A Kind of Hush will make gorgeous layouts for your favorite photos. This page kit includes 19 textured, semi-solid or print papers and 60 quality elements for your scrapbooking, card making, collage and paper projects. No repeats!  See all of the matching sets and save with the discount bundle!

Page Kit:

19 12"x12" papers
1 binder clip
1 bracket frame
2 jewel brads
1 gem butterfly
2 buttons, one with threads
1 piece of cardboard
2 charms
1 clock
1 curly ribbon
1 envelope
4 flowers
4 glass chips
3 glitter
1 metal heart
1 hook
1 eye
2 journaling mats
1 ribbon knot
3 labels
1 piece of lace
3 leaves
2 leather bows
2 paper fans, one with a button
1 straight ribbon
1 ribbon flower
1 ribbon wrap
1 open safety pin
1 scrunched ribbon
2 stitches
2 tied strings
1 tack
1 tag
1 T-pin
1 wings
6 word ribbons

PU / S4H / 300 dpi

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SKU KRE_Hush
Market price: $5.99
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  • Author: Judith Blanchard
    This kit is awesome for those vintage, antique pages we all love to do once in awhile. And it works so well for those manly layouts we sometimes struggle with. Gotta love the neutral pallete!