Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Designer Darling Round 4- just playing along

The challenge this round was to create a mini kit (5-8 papers, 12-15 elements) using no "Commercial Use" products. Which means creating everything from scratch using our own creativity. It was intimidating at first. I knew there a bunch of things I could make on my own, but would they pass "quality control". Could I make something on that level? 
We were given freedom to make any themed kit we desired, as long as our color pallet included this blue
Since I am such a visual person I decided to start with a pallet; I hoped that would inspire me.
I ended up created this pallet
I guess I like odd pallets. Originally I hadn't added the red. But when my husband said the colors reminded him of a sunset, I added the red to make an "Arizona Sunset" pallet complete.
Here is my kit
8 papers, 14 elements, and a full alpha set
link will be good until Sunday March 2

\I hope you like this kit. It reflects how much I have grown in the short time I've been designing.
Please leave me some feed back. Since I'm playing along I only get feedback from anyone out there and then a few people on the forums. I'd love to know if this would be a kit that you're attracted to? Is my pallet too weird? Do you love it? Anything in it off putting. If you were looking to buy a kit from a digi scrapbook store would this even make your top 10 to consider purchasing?
Please give me feed back.
Thanks. Enjoy, and thanks for stopping by.


  1. Thank you.
    I especially love the papers. The red one with the row of saguaros at the bottom is beautiful. And the roadrunner pattern is cool (hot?) also.
    I'm always happy to have AZ digital kits since I live here and I use them a lot.

  2. I really love the colors you chose. Thank you.