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Friday, April 15, 2016
Movie Night (FUll) Preview


On April 12, 1914, Mark Strand opened the first "Movie Palace" to the public in New York City. Going to the movies quickly replaced the storefront Nickelodeons that people used to watch "the flickers" at, and within two year the number of theaters in the United States had topped 21,000.

At that time, perhaps only Adolph Zukor, president of Famous Players/Lasky Studios, which would eventually become CBS Paramount imagined a time when people would movies, not just at a theater, but in the comfort of their own homes as well. Whether is comedy you like, or drama, action/adventure, sci-fi, or mystery, the movies seem to have something for everyone.

Scrap out you favorite movie memories with this great, colorful digi-scrap kit which comes with 40 .jpg papers and 100 .png elements.

You are getting 10 frames, 5 bows, 5 flowers, 5 ribbons, 5 tags, 5 word arts, 4 stage lights, 3 directors chairs, 3 film reels, 3 flourishes, 2 clapboards, 2 film twists, 2 flairs, 2 flashes, 2 pop corns, 2 red carpets, 2 slushies, 2 spotlights, 2 tickets, 2 vintage cameras, 1 camera, 1 chairs, 1 cinema, 1 cluster, 1 comedy mask, 1 cd, 1 cd player, 1 entrance lights, 1 fame star, 1 film border, 1 glitter spill, 1 leading tape, 1 light board, 1 megaphone, 1 Moon and Stars, 1 movie star trophy, 1 musical element, 1 Oscar, 1 popcorn trolley, 1 poster, 1 sign, 1 soda, 1 sparkles, 1 stanchions, 1 star, 1 star spill, 1 street sign, 1 theater screen, 1 ticket booth, 1 tragedy mask, 1 TV, and 1 up in lights.

300 DPI. Personal use only. Available in both FULL and TAGGER sizes.

It's an April Shower of saving with 30% off Digicats CU, PU, Full and Tagger size products! Don't let the rain get you down, enjoy some incredible scrap at discount prices!

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