As you all proably have noticed i scrap my Animals so a good Dog Kit and Cat Kit would be awesome.I have Kathys No Bones about it and Love it,But htere isnt many Dog Kits out there that i can find anyway and when i do ther enot cutsie LOL.
Oh and Mabe a ocean themed kit or fishermans kit as i live on the ocean and have tons of pics.
I am new around here and I have to say I just love it here! I have been looking for a boys tumbling/ gymnastics kit. My son is on the all stars team and he's 6. He has been in the sports/gym class since he was 18 months old and I have a tun of pictures of him tumbling and the rings and all but really no kits that go with them. I am also looking for a really cute baseball kit. Thanks for any suggestions!!!
These are the kits I look for... I want to buy things that help me use/accent what I already have... I look for kits that have multiple uses not one theme... and the last criteria is the papers are a mix of soilids & matching pattern papers which are solid color ( I don't like it when a paper looks like if I held it up in the light you could see through. Sometimes designers try to make their papers lighter by washing the color out of the paper in the middle, because they don't know how to make the paper lighter by use of colors. It's just easier for them , I don't know how it is done, to maybe turn up the opacity until the center of the paper has hardly any color in them. That's what it looks like anyway. I hope you understand what I'm saying.) throughout the paper and the design on the pattern paper should be sharp , clear , very attractive , and matches at least one solid in the paper pk. Embellishments should match the kit of course, but also be able to used in many situations. I like at least one element that has glitter on it or is made with glitter. Price is also a factor. I know it takes hours of tedious work to make a kit and you should be able to be paid for doing what you do. Designers are artists, but I won't pay for a kit that is over $6 and if I do spend that much, the kit must be perfectly done...nothing blurry...nothing with little pixels of things that hang off the sides of elements and I should be able to make the elements very large and still have the same quality it had at a smaller size. What good is an element that can't be resized for larger projects? I have many ideas of product I want ,but can't find, if anyone is interested. This is just a general answer.
I'm always on the look out for REAL rugby kits but they are nowhere to be found unless a designer jumps in the challenge to make one. (oh and NO American Football is NOT the same he :P )
The last few LO's I've done have had me searching for desert colors, cactus, dirt, earth tones and "manly" ellies - rope & twine, rocks & twiggs.