Wednesday, November 01, 2006

Preview...My Next MEGA Freebie

Well, I started working on a little kit in "Fall" colors for Thanksgiving but after I finished my first paper I decided it looked more like Christmas paper and I liked it A LOT! I've decided to turn it into my next big project. So, without further ado I present to you a preview of the Christmas Mega Kit Freebie!!


What I want to know is: What type of elements are YOU interested in receiving in this kit? Please, post a comment and let me know. I'll try my best to cater to your desires.

Here is a little Treat for helping me out and HOPEFULLY giving your input. I made these to coordinate with the "Christmas Tyme" kit but I didn't think they had the same Christmasy feel so I'm offering them up now instead. Thanks so much and enjoy!

24 comments:

donwilmom said...

Hi Jessica, I would like to see, evergreen garlands, glass ball orniments, candles, snowflakes, and the list could go on and on!! Victorian trimmings are nice, stocking, holly, see what I mean. Thank you so much for asking us what we like. and thank you for sharing your talant with us design challenged ones.

donwilmom said...

Oh and thanks for the grungy papers. I think they could be used for Christmas with the right elements.

Linda said...

I would like to see children's toys, santa, sleigh, reindeer,snowmen,Christmas tree,
trains, etc for a child's night before Christmas and Christmas morning.
Thank you for asking what we like!

mary (lauda) ´scraps and more said...

i love this colors they are not so typical

I´d like to heave 2 different beads
that would be nice and perhapb a tag which is not only paper, but with elements on it.
I hope yu´ll understand me, because my english is not so good...
thanks for asking :)

love, mary

Dana said...

Maybe some glittery frames, and nice beads. Thank you for the papers, and the Christmas papers look great.

VJ's Scrap Room said...

Well...looks like everyone has my ideas.:)What hasn't been mentioned......angel hair and tensil.candy canes.. poinsettias.....manger and the Christ child.....gifts.:)

Thank you for the papers:) They look great!

sweetpea23 said...

I was gonna say a sleigh but someone beat me to it. So how about presents (boxes). Thanks for all your time and effort that you put in to this. Most of all Thanks for sharing w/ everyone.

Boni said...

I love the papers and the kewl colors for Christmas
I just love bling anything
Hugs Diva

Kat said...

Hi! Thank you so much for the freebie! Love it. Definitely a couple ribbons and tags.

MaryC said...

Thank you for this grungy paper pack. I really like the colors.

Anonymous said...

OHHH I love these because they are such a neutral background for so many types of pages. Thanks

Anonymous said...

I love the direction you went where the Christmas stuff is not too religious. Not everyone celebrates Christmas, but the colors of the season are still great for holiday pages. Ribbons, mats, tags, candy cane, wreath, bows or ties, vellum, eyelets
thanks!

elizabeth said...

i think that maybe popcorn ball garlands and paper cutout looking packages would go well with this kit - thanks for the freebie!

Anonymous said...

Some beads would go perfectly with this!

marietta99 said...

The paper is wonderful. How about vintage clipart and stick pins with the safety ends?

Anonymous said...

I'd love to see retro-like grunge snowmen/women, trees, snowflakes, jingle bells, reindeer, with mrs. claus and santa. Thanks for the awesome paper!

Anonymous said...

Love it! My vote is for presents with curly doodled ribbons, and ornaments of the same variety. Thanks! Meg

Audra N. said...

A chipboard alpha
some jellie circle words
some silver- like maybe charm
frames you see on bracelets you
can put little photos or words in
behind them.ribbons long or stapled
,,,tags with string
good luck! papers look fab so far!

bekalab (DST) said...

What a great kit -- I love the contemporary colors. Simply fabu. As far as elements which I would find useful in a kit, I would have to say: ribbon, photo corners, maybe some sory of chipbpard element such as a tree or presents, word art, maybe swirly frame ovelays and possibly an alphabet. I can't wait to see the finished kit. Thanks for sharing the papers.

Charlotf said...

Thank you for the papers ! What I like to use is some little transparency ornements (snowflakes, glass ball), ribbons, eyelets, mat, tags, journling papers. Thank you for asking and for sharing your work !

nanasdinky said...

Oh all the suggestions sounds great!!!

Suzanne said...

Looks like a great kit! As for what to go with it...elements such as ribbon, tags, eyelets/brads, word art/overlays - whatever works with your vision of this kit. I LOVE the colors and can't wait to see more! Thanks so much!

Anita said...

I really like the colours and I like the Tyme 'poetic licence'. Yeah, I like the idea of a more modern Christmas kit with Santa & Mrs Claus, Reindeer, Cookies & Milk, 'Sneeking' or 'Surprise' type overlays (as us parents are always trying to surprise the kids). Beads and bobbles sound good too and a few modern type toys. Anyway...I sure you have millions of your own ideas. Can't wait to see what you come up with. Your work is awesome. TFS.

linnie in california said...

Love these grungy papers. I like to do a lot with old family photos. The sepia color and the un-repairable damage to the photos lend themselves perfectly to "grunge" color and shading. Thank you for making the most perfect papers.