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Friday, May 16, 2014

New Release - Moonlight Sonata

 
 
The Moonlight Sonata was composed in the summer of 1801 in Hungary, on an estate belonging to the Brunswick family. The composition was published in 1802 and was dedicated to Beethoven’s pupil and passion, the Countess Giulietta Gucciardi. The Sonata is one of the most popular piano sonatas from Beethoven’s creation. It is also named “The Moonlight Sonata” by poet Ludwig Rellstab who, in 1832, had this inspiration on a moon lit night on the banks of the Lucerna River.  Our rich palette of blues and gold, with light touches of dusty mauve, light lavender & icy aqua, provides the right touch of romance. We are reminded of fancy dinner parties, proms, recitals, and the marvelous soirees known for elegant clothing and beautiful women.  
 
 
Here is a LINK if you would like to listen to this beautiful piece of music. 
 
 
Exclusive to the collection are the Corsage Clusters -- 6 beautiful pre-shadowed clusters to help you complete layouts quickly
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
The Moonlight Sonata Collection is your best value,
however each of the products is available separately.
 

This gorgeous collection is available in all of our stores

Wilma4Ever (Over the Fence Designs) http://bit.ly/OTFD-W4E
theStudio (Over the Fence Designs) 
http://bit.ly/OTFD-DSS
Heritage Scraps (ADB Designs) http://bit.ly/ADB-HS
DigiStyle Designs (PattyB Scraps)  http://bit.ly/pbs_DSD
MyMemories (Over the Fence Designs) 
 http://bit.ly/OTFD-MM
Professional Scrap Design (ADB Designs): http://bit.ly/ADB-PSD
 
And now for some lovely layouts done by our creative team, as an inspiration
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
And... YES!  We have a gift for you!
You may download your gift by clicking
 
We hope that you will enjoy your FREEBIE!!
Thank you so much for stopping by
 
LINKS YOU’LL LOVE: 

Diane’s (ADB Designs) BLOGFACEBOOK page, and NEWSLETTER sign up

Over the Fence Designs BLOG  (your are here) and FACEBOOK page

Patty’s (PattyB Scraps) BLOG, FACEBOOK page and NEWSLETTER sign up

 Happy Scrapping!
 
 
 
 

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