Another freaky product released today! Available from SL Marketplace https://marketplace.secondlife.com/p/PB-Horror-Children-Click-to-hear-them/7941952
This creepy ghost rising from her death bed is perfect for horror houses and other spooky locations. It's available from SL Marketplace https://marketplace.secondlife.com/p/PB-Death-bed-with-rising-ghost-Spooky/7825467
Marooned in Second Life? Don't panic. With the 'Castaway set' you'll have a hut, fruit, seafood, a campfire (click on/off), seating and even palm trees for shade. Yep, everything you need to survive until help arrives. Whew! #secondlife
WOW! You can make this pure gold woman fall into the water or, perhaps, into the ground. Who is she? Where did she come from? Who knows! Add a 'wow factor' to your location, parcel or sim with the amazing, 'Not drowning, falling' sculpture / statue! Only 4LI! Click here to see this creation in #Secondlife.
A Pixel Bits BARGAIN! Boho Princess comes in 4 versions - summer, winter, autumn (above) and spring - so just choose the style/s that suit you best. The 60's were times of freedom, love, hippies, flower power and other groovy stuff. Now you can live (or re-live) this special time. With each Boho outfit you get a gorgeous crop top, a long maxi skirt, cute shoes and a necklace. Yep, only L$95!
The Modern Office is for avatars looking for smart, contemporary, professional furniture for their home or business. It includes:
* Desk with phone, mouse, laptop and books
* Animated desk chair
* Filing cabinet with pot plant
* Second filing cabinet with an open drawer revealing Whiskey and cups (for stressful times)
* A bureau with file trays and a printer/scanner on top
* 2 animated armchairs for casual meetings
* Coffee table with binders
* 2 motivational artworks (can add your own art or logo)
* A tall office plant
What more could you want? You'll be so productive in the Modern Office!
Pixel Bit's 'Kalorama Kitchen' has everything a modern kitchen needs. It's modularised so you can set it up any way you like. You can also colour change the cupboards to match your decor. It comes with loads of extras and some of these can be purchased separately. Click here for more info.
These low prim lamps - some Deco-chic and others ... errr ... unusual - are brought to you by Pixel Bits.
Click here for more info.
Here's a high quality 50's Diner sign that let's everyone know where your Second Life Diner is. The neon details flash on and off to attract attention. It's tall and is designed for road side positions but could even work on the Diner's roof. For more info you can view the sign on SL Marketplace.
This sign is part of Pixel Bits 1950's Diner range. We also offer furnished and unfurnished versions of the Bop 'n Bite Diner.
After lots of hard work Pixel Bits Bop n' Bite Diner is complete and available on SL Marketplace. YAY!
Version 1: Furnished
In addition to the bold coloured building with an attention-grabbing flashing sign, the furnished version comes with everything - and I stress everything - you need to set up a diner in Second Life. It's packed with retro chic fittings, equipment, décor and furniture, along with lots of animations and, of course, food! It even has a stage for DJs or live acts and space for people to dance. Woohoo!
Version 2: Unfurnished
The unfurnished version consists of the building, sign and car park but with no fittings inside. It's for anyone with design flair who'd prefer to set up the interior of the Diner themselves or maybe even turn it into something else.. For more details check it out on Marketplace.
If you decide to make a purchase, do let us know when it's all set up! We'd love to see it :)
Hi there. I'm Carmsie Melodie, the owner of Pixel Bits store and Daydream Island sim in Second Life. This blog keeps you up to date on our new products, group specials and gifts. I also share updates on the great stores in our Shopping Village, along with any other SL news I have an urge to scribble about. Feel free to comment, share or like!
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