Monday, July 14, 2008

Day 6 Freebie A Day Giveaway

So I am starting a new kit and it really got me thinking. (I want some responses from all of you on this.)

When you buy a kit with theme graphics in it (like Sandy Daze) how do you prefer them to be? Stickers, Epoxy, Chipboard, Wooden back the list goes on and on.

Also do you prefer theme like kits (ex: Sandy Daze) or kits with colors as the theme (Pocket Full of Posies) or a mix between the two?

Thank you so much for helping me with this!

Its down to
63% off at Scraphead I think all of my stuff is still below two dollars. The clocks ticking.

Look at what I got

I helped with the commercial use goodies in the mixed bag at Strictly Revealed and I got a blinkie. If you haven't been there lately you are missing out several new bags Personal S4H and CU.

Now you get a freebie. I'm going to try to get another mini-kit made this week for you just depends on how things go on my other projects. Today we have more QPs and Bragbook Pages from the Pocket Full of Posies kit.

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Goog said...

I like elements that are a variety - I don't want them ALL to be stickers, or epoxy. I like them to be varied! As for the other question, I am not going to be any help at all! I like the diversity of a kit that's just color coordinated. But sometimes I want to scrap something specific (like Scotland!) and I can't find ANYTHING that relates. So I have to say I like them both!

chicapooh said...

I love a kit to coordinate, whether it be just color wise, or all the elements are similar. I'm not a designer, so I'm just amazed at what you as a designer can do! Thank you for sharing your talents!

Sue said...

I personally like chipboard elements and mixed theme kits. I like it to have a specific them but then have some generic stuff in it to. :-) I love all your stuff.

Addicted2Scrappin' said...

The easiest thing that I can think to say is I like it all!!! When I see a kit named sunny days --- I want at least one element that's sun (or kit specific) --- and then I want enough supporting elements that if I were making a paper layout, that I could make a complete page. I like to have some "adhesives" such as a staple or brad, some stringy things, such a as a ribbon and/or bow. A frame or a mat is nice. A tag or journaling block is useful. I like a variety of papers, at least 4 different designs.... I don't consider recolored papers and elements to be "different". A couple of coordinating solid colored, textured papers should finish it off nicely. I'm not much into monochromatic kits --- I like a wide-variety of color palettes. Some of my favorites have been those with unexpected color combinations.

Hope this helps!!

Jody said...

I like theme kits. I am not crazy about stickers. I think addicted2scrappin' covered what I do like LOL

Anonymous said...

I would love to have these .. but todays and yesterdays downloads are only jpgs. Are they suppose to be png or psd to be usable???




Maria said...

Thank you! Your blog post will be advertised on the DigiFree Digital Scrapbooking Freebie search engine today (look for timestamp: 15 Jul [LA 02:55am, NY 04:55am, UK 09:55am, OZ 07:55pm]).

Sharon Kay said...

99% of the kits I buy are theme kits. Once in awhile the stickers with the white edge are ok...but not very often. I like a kit an epoxy, another kit could have chipboard elements, etc. Sometimes it seems a designer gets stuck and every kits' elements look alike just different colors.

I LOVE to have solid papers in EVERY SINGLE gives the eye something to rest on in a busy layout. Some designers don't include solids...but I like them (especially if they are textured). Thanks for asking.

HollyinPA said...


I love all your freebies! Thank you! I received a message while trying to download day 6 that the page can't be found. Please help! I love these!