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Giveaway: Scrapbooking Kits from Crazy Daisy Kit Co!

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Introducing the newest kit club on the block: Crazy Daisy Kit Company, where there’s a mini-book in every kit.

 

Two busy, scrapbook-obsessed moms came together to create Crazy Daisy Kit Co. Hatched out of life-long friends’ mutual love of creating and the need to simplify the process, Kimberly and Jennifer wanted to make scrapbooking more about creativity and less about preparation. Who has extra time to shop for the latest supplies, work full-time, feed their kids, and still find time to be creative when sleep is about the only thing you crave? 

We promise to share with our members the latest and greatest in supplies each month. There’s plenty of clubs out there. But at Crazy Daisy, we uniquely offer our members a mini-book each month to get them started because we know that, when juggling all of life’s demands; it’s great to have a little helping hand to get you on your way. 

Visit us at crazydaisykits.com. Check out our blog. Leave us comments. We are excited to share with you our ideas and welcome you into the Crazy Daisy community.  

Here on ScrapScene, we’ll be giving away two of our kits, the March 2009 Main Kit and the March 2009 Add-on kit to two random commenters. To be entered to win, we want to know what you think is the most important element of a great kit club. Leave the answer to the question in a comment here on ScrapScene. We will leave comments open until Wednesday, March 11th at midnight EST.  Two winners will be randomly selected and announced on Thursday, March 12th.

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294 Comments

  1. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    the most important for me is to find original stuffs i can find anywhere else

    carole

  2. Faith
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I love to have a little surprise in a kit, something that is a non-traditional scrapping item, along with a good assortment of the latest and greatest papers and embellishments in bright colors.

  3. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    i think the most important thing would be the exclusive items they have like stamps or embellishments. :)

  4. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I think the most important element is offering a better price than if I bought the items on my own. I am looking for a great deal.

  5. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    i like how they combine products from different companies. :)

  6. StampinCathy
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I would have to say different and fun items and that everything goes together. Thanks for a chance at that sweet kit.

  7. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    having new products or products you can’t find in basic scrapbook stores. antoher thing is to have various kit styles.

    Wishing your kit club long life ;)

  8. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    Combining the latest products with some ‘unconventional’ ones into kits which are versatile for EVERY scrapbooking style – vintage, elegant, sassy or ‘mod’..

  9. Mustangkayla
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    To me its the value. The price needs to be decent in accordance to what is in the kit.

  10. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    The most important thing to me is find a great price! Less than is I bought the supplies separatly…

  11. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    The most important thing to me is find a great price! Less than if I bought the supplies separatly…

  12. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    The most important thing to me is find a great price! Less than if I bought the supplies separetly…

  13. Renee
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I love kits because they put together things that I might not think of or have time to look for.
    Newness, value and variety are all important.

    Thanks for the chance to try this kit out.

  14. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    A great kit club should have lots of embellishments. LOTS of embellishments!! :)

  15. syeda
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    The most important element of a great kit club for me that it all the paper and accessories are well cordinated and it take me little time as possible to put my pages,cards together. Also, that kits should have a value that would be affordable to me on month to month basis. Thanks for the fabulous giveaway. Crazy daisy kits have cool website. They also have a blog. Both the kits that you are giving away are fabulous. I am completely drooling over the keyboard thinking of the wonderful things I will be able to make with the March 2009 Main kit. I am totally in love the chipboard trees. Thanks for introducing me to such an awesome kit club. Also, thank you for giving an opportunity to be the proud owner of this kit.

    syeda

  16. Reel Girl
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    For me, the most important element of a kit club is good customer service. You read all sorts of horror stories on different sites about kit companies that either send out kits with items missing, or don’t send kit at all and are never available to their customers. I want a kit company that I can trust!

  17. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I think the most important part of a kit is the paper. It’s the foundation of the kit and layout.
    Thanks for such a great giveaway!
    Bev

  18. Connie F.
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    Most important to me right now is value. The kit and shipping need to be less than what I can buy at a local scrapbook store and/or have specialty items that I can’t find at a local store.

    I love when a kit totally coordinates even using different lines and also when there are ideas for kit use included. I used to get a monthly kit that included ideas for cards, a couple of double page layouts and a calendar page in each kit. That way, if the papers weren’t anything that I could use on my layouts, I had ideas for cards or calendars.

    Thanks for the chance to win one of your awesome kits. And I wish you much luck with your kit club.

  19. Rox-Ann
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I love a great price with unigue embellies and papers that I would not think to put together. Looks like you already have the hot kits now do you have the great price! Thanks for the chance to win!

  20. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I love kits. But what I love are the fun, maybe unexpected embellishments. Things you can’t always find at your local scrapbook store. Also maybe a couple of ideas on what you could do with the kit. My creative juices are not always flowing and I love seeing what others do. Great value is a must these days as well. Would love to have one of your kits!
    What a great start to the week!
    Lori

  21. Lori
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    Something I look for in a kit is that hard to find or exclusive item that makes the kit unique and isn’t something I can find at the LSS. Love me some ribbon, too!

    Best wishes on your new adventure!

  22. Peyton B
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I think the best element is the price, but also being able to see different ways to use the products.

  23. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I think chipboard is a great embellie, but for me the basis of any creation is the paper. There must be coordinated Bazzil paper with high quality patterned papers. BUT for me the big kicker is the price! I must be able to buy the items as a kit at a cheaper price than if I were to put all the goodies together myself. Little exclusive items like specialty fasteneres, lollipop flowers or exclusive stamsp just seal the deal!

    HTH and thanks for the opportunity to win a kit!

  24. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I think what’s important is that the kit offer the lastest and newest and possibly hard to find items.

  25. stpehanie shreeve
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    This looks like an awesome kit, The reason I love kits, is that, everything is already matched, the card stock is there with a perfect match, embellishments too ! all you need is your pictures and adhesive.. and the mini book to boot, I am so in to mini books, you can either start with it or after you are done with the kit, make the book with your scraps !!!!! Thanks for the give-a-way !!!

  26. Carla
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I think the most important thing in a great kit club is embellishments. I always try out a kit club with a one month to see what the embellishments are like. There is nothing like getting a strip of bling, 12 inches of ribbon, a key and 4 buttons-I’m paying for it…give me more. I have 1 month left on my current kit club and I am going to try out Crazy Daisy and see what they have to offer :)

  27. Georgia
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    Besides for having all the great supplies assembled in one place,
    I think good ideas or sketches are really important for we busy scrappers.

  28. lynn judge
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    i look for matching papers and embellies!!

  29. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    My favorite part of a kit is the mix of embellishments. I love getting partial packets and a sampling of lots of great little things to add to my projects. I can get the paper wherever, but I don’t always want 25 flowers in the same shape and color. I love kit clubs for the sampling of embellies most!

    ps- 3/11 is my birthday! I love this prize for a birthday surprise!

  30. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    What wonderful kits!!!

    Customer service is the most important element to a great kit club.

  31. Christyn Madau
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    This is such a great idea – anything to simplify the process to get to the creative part! Beautiful kits!

  32. laura j
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    Just love the idea of a mini book in the kits! A well co-ordinated assortment of the latest products at an affordable price is important to me for a kit club. From what I can see you are off to a great start! Best of luck in this new adventure!

  33. Sandra
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    price – the price has to be reasonable and that includes reasonable shipping – so many times the shipping just makes the package not worth it.

  34. Alexandra
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I love the idea of the mini book each month! I was just checking out your site. I like what you are doing!!!!

  35. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    Stamps, and also “hard to find” items ;-) I have soooooo much troubles to find lovely products that I’m happyto find some in kits ;-)
    Thanks for the chance to win !

  36. Cathy K.
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I love a kit that includes something unique each month, a new technique to try or something that isn’t quite traditional and that varries it’s paper selections each month.

  37. jennifer shipley
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I think the most important part of a kit club is providing a range of products that will provide a little something for everyone. Everyone has different tastes. Variety is the spice of life.

  38. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    the most important things to me are a good mix of materials from several mfg., good quality and plenty of stuff, but most importantly, at a good price so I feel like I am getting a value.

  39. Heather
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    Products that are not a national chain store would be great. Along, with the variety of different new items as well as creating new techniques that are popular right now Variety, Variety, Variety….. LOVE IT

  40. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    i think the most important thing in a kit is that is a good mix of everything but i also different then what you can get any where else. I want it to also be versatile and to be able to be used on many projects. The most bang for my buck so to speak.

  41. Kristine
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I think the papers are the most important, and enough embellishments to make more than just one or two projects.

  42. Nicole
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    The most important part right now is value. People are spending less so to know you are getting a good value for your dollar makes a huge difference. It really sets the kit clubs apart.

  43. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    Right now it is value, money is tight for so many including myself. I always look at the kits themselves and would I use everything in them and I also love the mini book idea!! Looks like a great kit!!

  44. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    most important element in a scrapbook kit club in my pov is *creativity*.
    Doesn’t matter to me if you have the latest and greatest, it’s your creativity behind what you select and how you put it together. It’s what makes your kit club stand out against the 300 other ones there are out there…IMHO :)

  45. Lisa
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    For me, everything coordinated so they can be mixed up many ways and variety with a unique item, (like your chipboard trees that I am itching to play with).

  46. Lisa
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    For me, everything coordinated so they can be mixed up many ways and variety with a unique item, (like your chipboard trees that I am itching to play with).

  47. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    this looks like a great club to join! lots of great stuff in the kits.

  48. StaciG
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I have subscribed to a couple of different kit clubs in the past few years – keep trying them out. I think most important is materials that go together and make it both a good deal and time-saving to fit scrapping into a busy life. I LOVE the idea of a mini-book in each kit – that is so great because 1) mini books allow you to feel like you completed something (lol) and 2) they are great quick gifts! I’ll check out your home page and your blog – looks great!

  49. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I too keep giving the kit clubs a try. Love the mini book idea.

  50. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    Thanks for the chance to win. I guess the key element, in my humble opinion, is to have enough products to finish up a project – like a mini book, for example. (variety and coordination are following)

  51. Stephg
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I love when a kit comes everything you need to create great LO and then a few surprise extras.

  52. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    Okay now that I have finished drooling over the amazing giveaway you are offering today I will share with you what I find important in a Kit Club. I like to get some of the new products, and it is always nice when the kit comes with fun coorindated embellishements. And of course what is going to get me coming back to buy more or subscribe is a great price and great shipping! I have bought stuff on the internet before from scrappy sites and when I recieved the kit it was not in good shape….that is dissapointing and will definaltey not get me coming back to a website to purchase scrappy supplies! oooooh what a great giveaway…I am addicted to mini books my fingers are crossed for this one!
    :)

  53. Candy
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    A great price and something unique each month, maybe a new technique to try.

  54. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I will have to agree on customer service being one of the most important element of a kit club. Just something a bit more personal than receiving a invoice and a kit. KWIM?

  55. Bethany
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I was going to say cost/value is the most important element of a kit club…but actually, I think it’s so important that the kit is creative & has a unique assortment of products (maybe even something vintage or that you can’t get just anywhere)…something that sets a certain kit club apart from others & makes it fun!

  56. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I love exclusive items and something special in a kit. :D

  57. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I love new product, variety, unique items (old photos, buttons, lace, etc.) added in and a little of this and that. (ribbons, buttons, flowers, charm, stick pin). It’s great to open your kit and find just about everything you’d need to complete a mini album or project with product left over.

    Variety, value, color/paper coordination. Kit contents: I don’t like kits that give mostly paper. Like to take kits to crops/expo’s. Everything you need in one zip bag. Paper, alpha, chipboard, buttons, ribbon/lace, material, tags, charms, stick pins, flowers, stamps, stickles, ink, distress paint, paint, mini albums w/ instructions, bling, old pictures, goodie bags. Good luck with your new kit club!

    Hugs,

    PattiM
    (Pattie’s passion)

    I Scrap So All Moments Are Remembered!!

  58. Alice H
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    Since so many independent stores are closing, the most important thing for me in a kit is to get variety and different products that just aren’t available at the large chains. I want a kit to inspire me, so I don’t have to spend all my time on-line looking for what is out there that I never see in a store. These kits look fun and I Iike the mini-surprise idea!

  59. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I think there are a few components that make a kit club successful=== AWESOME KITS are a MUST! there are so many out there, you really need something that is unique and will stand out from all the others! Unique and/or exclusive items really make a difference. Also- mixing and matching different manufacturers is helpful. Anyone can go to their LSS and buy all the pieces from the same product line and know that they coordinate.

    I think a fun MB and DT are important also- if people are enjoying your site, they will tell their friends! :)

  60. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    The most important thing for me to find in a kit is……a little surprise like a fun size pack of M&M’s or an embellishment that isn’t listed in the kit description and of course a good value for the kit.

  61. Grace Tolman
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    this new kit club sounds really good. I’m a minibook fan and I love the concept of it getting added into a kit.
    As for the question- I think that a variety of products well coordinated together is a big element in a kit. The price of it too affects which ones I get.

  62. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    What is important o me is being able to use everything in the kit together. Like things I wouldn’t normally think to use together. And I love needing nothing else other than what is in my kit to make a lot of layouts and cards.

  63. Cynthia
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I think the difference between a good kit club and a great one are the ideas behind the mix of products that are contained in the kit. Of course I appreciate a nice blend of papers and accents, but beyond that, I like to be inspired by what those products could become when put together on one of my projects. I can put a good page together myself, but it’s that something extra, that added value, that I’d look for from the owners of the kit club.

  64. Shannon C
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I love to see things that I will actually use! Good paper, embellishments, etc that work well together and can be used in a variety of ways. That way, I will be sure to use them.

    And of course, these days value is super important. With so many of us trimming back on our scrapping budget, you want to feel as though you are really getting a “bang” for your “buck”!

  65. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I think kits have to be flexible-ie, not themed, or too girly, or too masculine, but well balanced choice of papers and embellishments that don’t overly rely on ribbon or flowers
    to pad out the kit. there should be some surprise elements and something to stretch creativity too.

  66. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I love getting new products that I might not normally purchase separately! For me, importance is unusual goodies that will coordinate with the other kit products as well as products I may already have on hand.

  67. AnnieB
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    Love mix and match. Seeing things together that spark the creativity.

  68. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I love having a variety of manufacturers in a kit (and stuff I can’t find at my local Hobby Lobby).

  69. tam
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    i think the most important aspect to a good kit, is versatility. I want to be able to stretch my kit and make all sorts of creative projects. I want a little bit of everything. I want to be able to be inspired by something new or use my kit scrapbook as well as altering.
    Wow! congrats on a new club, love the idea of mini book in evry kit. thanks for a chance to win!

  70. Joyce Evans
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    We want to know what you think is the most important element of a great kit club

    Price in this economy. Also, new practical items most scrapbooks would use.

  71. Kathy
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    Coordinated products, economical and priced right, latest and greatest products!

    Good luck with your new venture!

  72. Judith Armstrong
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I good range of well coordinated items available at a price lower that what you could get them individually.

  73. Linh C.
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    To me, the most important part of a kit is having examples to follow.

  74. Edelmira
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    hello… nice products!!!! For me there are several important elements for a great kit club. First, that the products are well coordinated because the idea is not having to think too much about what goes with what!!! Also, pricing should be affordable to be able to pay for it each month. And final, and very important, that the kit value is perceived high for the price… Customer must perceive/feel that she’s saving money paying for that kit!!! Thanks for the opportunity to win such fabulous products.

  75. Iliana Ballester
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    For me it is price and a new technique to learn.

  76. Ginger B.
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    Variety!! I like a kit club to offer a little bit of everything.I try to spend my $$ wisely and keep within a budget, so I find that I tend to purchase the same type of products from the same tried and true companies. A good kit club will offer a variety of products,some tried and true but also “new” and cutting edge. This gives me an opportunity to experiment or experience a new company.

  77. Lan Amphone
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I want kits with new stuff and a touch of orginality would be great…something I can’t just go to my lss and put together myself. A DT gallery for inspiration is another plus!

  78. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I like kit clubs that match paper from a variety of companies, not too girly or the same style each month, lots of embellishments & enough cardstock to make several projects. A good design team & website don’t hurt either

    I saw on this kit club blog that they give you enough for a mini in each kit too. That’s great & something different.

  79. Jules
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    Being in a small town with little scrap supplies available I like kits that offer me a touch of all thats new so I can try before I buy online :o)

  80. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I love kit clubs that are embellishment-heavy, with a wide variety of colors and patterns from month to month.

    This one looks great – and love the mini book idea!

  81. jill
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    something that is fun and original.

  82. Tonya
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I definitely think customer service and communication are important for any online business. Specifically for a Kit club I think a unique blend of products from different manufacturers and a variety of add-ons to be able to customize the kit to individual scrap styles are important. Good luck on your new venture!!

  83. Theresa B
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    For me it would be conformity. I like when everything goes together and I don’t have to search for things to match.

  84. Stephanie
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I have been getting kits for a while and think that there are 3 main things that are important to me. 1. communication (especially if there are delays, changes in the amount of shipping, etc.) 2. a great DT and 3. price

  85. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    Fantastic idea, gorgeous kit

  86. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    and to finish that comment…
    I love kits that have new products, a great price and something a little different

  87. Jenny Bradley
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I love kits that put papers and embellishments together that I wouldn’t necessary think of putting together myself-kits that are a bit whimsical.

  88. Debbie Peysen
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    Crazy Daisey Kits.

    It is important for me for the scrapbooking kit to be a good value. I would like to get some of the newer products on the market. I would like the kit to have something special that I would never think to do.

    I went to the website and was pleased by the looks of the kit. I am not for sure if I would sign because of the cost of the kit in todays recession.

    thanks for the chance to win

    debbie peysen

  89. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I love the inspiration found in the combination of products. Something different, unique, or custom in every kit is great, too. I love kits that feature handmade elements or stamps that you can get only with a kit.

  90. Jennifer A
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    Top 3 things for me:
    1. Price, they have to be economical
    2. Current trends and up-to-date product offerings
    3. An alphabet in every kit – if not, we have to go to our stash to be able to use it. Can’t just grab and create!
    Beautiful Kits! I can’t wait to check them out!

  91. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    To me having something that all goes together is key. This allows me to work quickly at putting the album together. Love what I see here. Thank you for the cance to win.

  92. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I love the idea of a mini-ablum club!
    I want a kit with new product. And I like mine to be embellishment heavy! Give me a mix. And I love a good newsletter with lots of ideas.

  93. cheryl yelverton
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    #1 A kit club would have to cost me less than what it would cost me if i bought each item individually.
    #2 A kit club would have to include something unexpected each month.either a stamp or ink pads,a vintage item or other surprise.
    #3 I would expect the papers tp coordinate with each other.
    #4 I think cardstock could be omitted from the kit since its readily available at all craft stores and online. Most crafters have a stash of cardstock on hand.Occassionally cardstock could be thrown in as the unexpected item in a very unusual color or texture.
    Thank you for asking , i think you will use all the comments one way or the other. Looking forward to the draw. ms.cheryl

  94. Chris R.
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    To me the most important elements of a good kit club are: price, originality, a good variety of new product, and the chance to learn a new technique.

  95. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    Colour co-ordination, and some brand new elements that are not yet available. I also love it when you get a sample of a larger packet (like flowers) that I would never buy because I’d never get through the whole thing.

  96. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    What’s most important to me are that things coordinate but are a little different than I would find if I were shopping for myself. Sometimes that means thinking outside the box.

  97. Wendy A
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I love getting kits b/c I don’t live near any scrap stores. I look for kits that have new items and items I couldn’t find elsewhere (ribbons, buttons, tags, etc…)

  98. Mary MacLeod
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    Most important to me are that all the products are co-ordinated which really is a timesaver.

  99. Shannon Cummins
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I think it’s those things that you might not put together yourself, but when you get it, your seeing it through someone elses eyes, and your inspired…

  100. Tracy
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I think variety is very important in a kit club and also continuity of good product…

    These kits look really lovely ;) Wishing you every success with the new business :)

  101. Evana
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    CO ORDINATION AND VARIETY!

    When you can take away the need to search for things and your kit has a variety of embellishments to complete the project.

    Congrats and good luck for the future!

    Hugs
    e

  102. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    For me is the best thing with a great kitclub the variaty and that its well coordinated. I want it to be new stuff and that little extra piece in there, it can just be a fancy flower, a great peice of bling or something else that you cant find “Everywhere” ..

    I wish you good luck with your KitClub. I really like what I see! :D

  103. Kim
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I really like the fact that you guys put it all together for us and it always looks so nice no matter what you do with it!

  104. Sandie
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    Congratulations on your new venture. It looks unreal!!!!

    I know the saying is “quality NOT quantity” but when it comes to a kit I must say I like to see both – lots of little bits and pieces and always something new to play with.
    Lots of mix n match goodies that you can do endless things with.

    Thanks for the opportunity of winning such a fabulous kit.
    Fingers crossed!!!!!!!

    Luv Sandie (Australia)

  105. Carol
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    the most impt i think is to be able to get the items cheaper in the kit then bought separately and also the have the latest stuff.

  106. Melanie S.
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I think the most imporant is style! Anyone can throw stuff together and call it a kit. I want my kit to have style. I want each one to be unique.

    A good DT is always helpful too!

    I’m not worried about getting a deal. I understand you have to make money too, so I always look for STYLE!!!!!!!

  107. Kirsten N
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I like kits that are well co-ordinated – maybe things that you wouldn’t use together, and it has to be good value for money.

  108. MK
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    When I look at a kit club I look for unique elements that I can’t find locally, a certain style and some ideas to go along with it.

  109. Cherrie
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I love working with a kit – everythins is already coordinated to match – just add some pictures and some creativity!!

  110. cynthia
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    great array of interesting but hard to find elements that can be mixed and matched w/o being too matchy, at a good overall cost

  111. jules p
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I agree with some other comments…
    a variety of goodies from different companies. That gives me the chance to try various companies. I also like well written instructions along with pictures.

  112. Leslie Williams
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I think the most important thing is to include products that are hard to find at your LSS or at the big box stores. If I can find the products in a kit at an online store or LSS, I’d just buy them there to save money. BUT, I love unique products that are combined in creative ways that I wouldn’t be able to think of myself!

  113. Teresa K
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    Unique kits (which you HAVE) at a good price…where I can get co-ordinated items at a better than average price! I think you have it all!
    thanks!

  114. Jodee
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I think price plays a big part for me. I’m not going to pay more or as much as I would if I bought everything seperate. To me that’s the point to a kit-getting a good deal. I also like to see good customer service. That will keep me coming back! Thanks for the giveaway!

  115. Sandi
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    Love the website and blog! I want to be surprised when I receive a kit – something different. Maybe it is the combination of colors, a non-traditional element, idea or items that I wouldn’t perhaps see in my LSS.

  116. chrissg
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I think the draw for me is the original or hard to find items included in kits.

  117. melita
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    i think the most important thing for a kit club (or any business) is good customer service.

  118. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    It’s important to me to not only have newly released items but to also have a great deal with reasonable shipping. I often opt away from kit clubs because with the shipping I could buy the kits plus some extra goodies on my own. I just don’t have the extra disposable cash for shipping and handeling.

  119. Cyndi
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I like a kit that is able to creatively combine papers from differernt lines and make it look great. Also tossing in unique embellishments that might not be available to scrapbookers that live off the beaten track. Something unique. A special surprise.

  120. Mary
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I like to be able to make a two page spread so I want two pages of cardstock. Then, I like 2 different lines of paper… just a few each. A few simple embellishments and I am good. I love an extra surprise from Etsy or a homemade item like a tag. I am a sucker if I think the kit owner cares enough to put in a bit extra.

  121. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    There are so many considerations when putting a kit together, and everyone wants something slightly different. I want value, inspiration, new trends. But I can get these from stores. I would like to have savings in time – time I would have spent browsing, matching colors and themes, coordinating different manufacturers, even running to different places to pull everything together. So to me a kit should be coordinated with unique combinations and sources.

  122. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    Wow- this looks really cool. For me it is the chance to try out things I wouldn’t normally use, and also getting things that are a bit out of the norm .
    Thanks for the opportunity!

  123. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    Most important thing for me is economical and something new that is not in the every day shops, diff unqiue

  124. Kem
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    A little surprise in a kit is fun, unexpected one. Something like a plaster (sounds cute!) Stamps that you cannot purchase from elsewhere, or once a while have a few pieces of past season, papers or embellishments that have been discontinued. Lovely if it goes along with a technique/idea card for the month and of all, good assortment of the latest and greatest papers and embellishments are fantastic.

  125. Cyndi
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I haev actually never been in a kit club, but have been tempted. So a kit could be right up my alley since I do have a tendency to buy buy buy and then never use ;-)

  126. Alison
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I think every kit club should have some diversity – it gives people a chance to use products outside of their scrapbooking comfort zone…

  127. Beth S
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I think the most important element of a kit is to stretch its members’ creativity. Clubs that mix items that can be found online or in LSS stores in unexpected ways really attract me. I also look for kits that the pieces can be used for a wide variety of subjects, males and females, and everyday pictures.

  128. Nicole S.
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    1) Price – should be low.
    2) Coordination – should be high.
    3) Originality – should be high.

  129. Brenda
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I love kits that have plenty of variety. It’s important to me that they not be too heavy in one area. For instance, I’ve seen some that are “chipboard heavy”, and only include a minimum of other embellishments. Some rely mostly on the papers, with a few ribbons and rub-ons thrown in. A good kit has a good balance – and variety. This not only appeals to me, but keeps me challenged as well. It’s nice to get something once in a while that I know I would not have purchased on my own – it makes me think!!

  130. sharon solis
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I am always looking for a great deal because I can buy the product myself in any store so it has to be cheaper in a kit, but besides that I am into the papers and matching cardstock.

  131. rebecca keppel
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    The thing I like best about kits is that if they include something like brads they give you a handful or half a package. I almost never use a whole package of anything so I like having just enough for 1-2 projects. I think a really successful kit club would also offer new products that are difficult to find.

  132. Karen O
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I care about a good price, great inspiration, and beautiful products

  133. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    Plenty of unique embellishments is what is the most important to me. Let’s face it, everybody has paper, chipboard, buttons and ribbons. We want unique things that are scrapbook safe.

  134. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I would love a kit club that offer ideas on how to use the kit plus lots of online support for challenges or fun in using the kit, other than that the kit needs to be filled with the latest find and with the right embellishment.

  135. Sylvia
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    The most important thing to me is to have product from a variety of companies that coordinates well together. I often find new companies I’d never heard of before when they have something I like in a kit I’ve purchased.

  136. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    For me the most important thing is that I should be able to create the layouts using the products from the kit only, that means it has the matching cardstock, alphas and some embellishments. The second thing I am looking is unique stuff – handmade, vintage, special designs.

    Good luck with the kit!

  137. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I love embellishments. The more whimsical the better!

  138. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I would have to say that a great kit would be made up of perfectly matched papers and cardstock, with the right embellishments to accompany any page.

  139. teresa
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    The reason I buy kits is for the ease of putting together a layout, page, or book. Give me some project sheets and I’m one happy girl. Everything I need is all in one place then! I don’t need to search out other websites for ideas.

  140. Estela S
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    A good kit for me includes inspirational examples of designers’ work with the kit, as well as the ability to incorporate tools we may have at home. Price is also a huge determining factor!

  141. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    A kit well coordinated with elements from different lines and manufacturers, with Bazzill cardstock, less paper and more embellishments. And an affordable S&H for the European countries :)

  142. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    Since I have never used a kit company I am not sure what the answer is. But the main thing with any business for me is that it be very reliable and give great customer service. Along with that I’d like a good value. Some kits I see have old ‘stuff’ in them meant to look vintage. If I was to join a kit company, I’d want a clear list and picture of what will be in the kit and great service. Thanks for the chance at getting a kit, I may get hooked if I win!

  143. Chris Mead
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    To me the most important thing in a kit club is variety and balance. Enough card stock, patterned paper and embellies to complete several pages.
    Thanks for the chance to win!

  144. Amy V
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    For me the most important part of a good kit club is a good mixture of paper and embellies that co-ordinate. I have no scrappy store so I look for kits that combine companies with co-ordinating products.

  145. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    To me I think a kit club should have coordinating elements but also a good value. With everyone’s budgets being tighter these day’s I think we all want as much bang for our buck as we can get… Great customer service is a must…

  146. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    The best part of a well put-together kit is an element of surprise: a little something extra that would put a smile on your face. =) I love kits that are well color-coordinated, unique in style and high on usability. Thank you for the chance at receiving one of those fun kits!

  147. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    The most important part of a kit club are unique embellishments!

  148. Bobbi
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    For me the most important things are unique embellishments, and papers that aren’t too wild. And definitely affordable S&H.

  149. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    To me the most important part are the embellishments. I love to find the little trinkets and all of the cool little doo dads that really make the kit fun.

  150. Tamera Broadaway
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    The newest products, I really like coordinately papers from diff companies. It makes me think outside the box. I also like embellies. My nearest LLS is 1 1/2 hr away.

  151. Jan T
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I love the mix of different manufacturers that comes with a kit. I love a little funkiness or vintage thrown in for good measure! Thanks for the chance to win one of these gorgeous kits!

  152. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I just became a member of my first ever kit club after looking around at several and trying to make up my mind for while. What I looked for in a kit club is one that offered unique papers and accessories that are not easily available at the local stores and the online shops I frequent. That and lots of fabulous embellishments!

  153. Jennfer
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I think the most important element in a kit is FUN – fun colors, fun ideas and secondly it’s change – I know when I purchase items on web sites and at the LSS I always end up with the same colors and items – a kit club has to have different items that make me go – Ahah!!

  154. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    The most important element… Is versatility!! I love well composed kits with colours that go well together as much as any other gal, and I adore kits with fun & funky elemets that not every single kit club has too, of course. But what I love the most? Stuff I can use for LOs, cards, altered objects or just about anything.
    THAT rocks.

  155. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    When I sit down to play with a kit I want a great combo of fun colors and papers, an alpha and lots of little do dads.

  156. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I like chipboard & those pieces look great.

  157. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I love a kit that is put together so that everything flows together beautifully and I don’t have to reach for alphas, embellies or paper from my own supplies – the kit has it all!!

  158. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I think texture and 3D like embellishments!!! Congrats and good luck! :)

  159. chrisd
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I think choices are great in a kit. A variety of both DP and cardstock papers ,embellishments, and some customer service for helping with questions would be a plus!

  160. Betty
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I think having everything to match is very important to me…i don’t mind having different companies in the kit as long as everything can work together…i also like to have things that have a homemade look to them..thanks

  161. Kristina
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    For me the most important element in any kit would be letters, words, chipboard or sticker style. Even journaling cards, they help get the story across, they are easy to use and usually help so much in journaling. Of course affordable S&H will be great for European orders.

  162. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    What I look for in a kit is one, to have the latest products that I don’t have, and something unique, or exclusive, that the other kits don’t offer.

  163. [email protected]
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    i love neutral stuff! that is most important to me. :)

  164. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    Guess the most important thing for a kit is to have various material included and surely enough quantity to make several projects (like a mini plus 1 or 2 pages with the left overs.
    Like the idea of your kit club!

  165. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    For me, I like a kit that is chock full of coordinating product! But having said that I also want good value for my money!!

  166. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    The most important thing to me is the value and versatility. I also love trying new things, so for me, something new and great is always good!

  167. Susan M.
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    The most important component in a kit club is something unique to that kit club!

  168. EJ
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    Co-ordination of product, price, use of up to date product and a surprise element along with suggested usage

  169. Linda
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I like a good variety and a good value in a kit. That said, the most important part of a kit to me is gorgeous paper!

  170. Anne Hall
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I like a good mix of different manufacturers, but items that work well together and coordinate.

  171. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    Well-coordinated, unique products.

  172. Leigh
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    Good price, hard to find products and a lot of variations each month.

  173. Linda Peterson
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I like to get directions for extra projects, other than just the kit project.Linda Peterson

  174. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    i love to have a tiny surprise, like a paper flower,or something little. i also like it when someone writes a “thanks Angie” note on something. good luck to you, your first kits look great!!

  175. Carolyn
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    Will check out your blog in such after, I tell you the most inportant element is pricing…awesome giveaway…

  176. Erika M
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I look for different things that I wouldn’t think of or things that I can’t find in my area. I’m also looking for getting the best for my money.

  177. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    TONS of examples of the kit’s contents – a gallery for your designers & for the members – also getting the gallery from your designers out before the product is released so that people (me!) will be inspired and can’t wait to get their kits to start crafting! Another thing that goes hand in hand with this is an easy to navigate & search gallery – message boards are a great addition too!

  178. Cindy Strickland
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I love it when there is something unique – even one of a kind. Some vintage buttons or a snippet of old lace will float my boat every time.

  179. fran heupel
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    Plenty of wonderful products at a reasonable price. With this crazy economy people are looking for things they can use for various projects and can be found in one place. I also like to see ideas for using this product each month.

    Fran H

  180. Valerie A.
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    Kits are great for those of us that struggle finding the time to shop for all the coordinated papers and accessories needed to come up with a page or card. Having sample ideas included in the kit are a helpful tool to get you inspired.

  181. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    it HAS to be beau coup different embellies/papers in the kit! lots of stuff to be challenged by!

  182. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    The most important to me is that they have the absolute newest products. Too often I see kits that have a pile of products that I had already purchased at my LSS 3 months ago.

    Would love to win one of these kits though – they look great!

  183. stephanie ackerman
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I think the best part of a kit is the price as well as the assortment of included items.
    Thanks for the giveaway

  184. Merrilee
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    For me the most important element in a kit club is a mix of products from different manufacturers that I wouldn’t think to put together myself.

  185. Debbie
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    The most important element in a kit club to me is not only a good price but a lot if different items from different companies that coordinate together and sketch ideas.

  186. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    Love little kits – the main thing for me is to have something that makes my heart stop and say I have to have it, so interesting or funky little bits that co-ordinate or standout with the papers, something I cannot get in the LSS, oh and price – it has to be reasonable and value for money. Cheers

  187. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    Love little kits – the main thing for me is to have something that makes my heart stop and say I have to have it, so interesting or funky little bits that co-ordinate or standout with the papers, something I cannot get in the LSS, oh and price – it has to be reasonable and value for money. Cheers

  188. Freya
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I love how they find products from completely different companies that coordinate to create a unique look!

  189. Beth W.
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I agree with everybody else-that little bit of something that catches your eye and says I’m different from all the rest. And I love access to kit ideas and projects that I can download to use with my kit. Given the state of the current economy, the ability to skip a month without a big hassle is a necessity.
    Love these kits by the way-they have that something extra appeal.

  190. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    My fave thing in a kit is the ephemera or small little items (or papers!) that are not so much main stream. i also LOVE mini albums in a kit!!!

  191. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I love an assortment of pattern papers!

  192. Alraynita Coleman
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    Love mini albums and you have great products in your kits!!!

  193. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I thought I left a comment but don’t see it….so anyway I think the most important thing is cost efective ness and new product. Gotta love new scrappy goodies!

  194. Sharon Williams
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    GOOD VALUE AND EXCLUSIVITY

  195. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I reckon a good kit contains enough product to complete a couple of layouts or a mini album/alterable project in its entirety. Bits of ribbon etc are often just short of what is required to finish the project …

    These kits look awesome …

    Love, Tracy

  196. J. Harmon
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I love mini books and unique, vintage, one of a kind items or scrap that really make the book stand out.

  197. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    Most important part of a kit club for me is a original, current product that coordinates well. Also friendly and easy to contact owners is a plus too!

  198. Barb
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I believe the most important part of a kit are the embellies. The kit looks great. I may have to look into the possibility of purchasing a kit in the future. TFS!!!

  199. Stephsnie Sterk
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    Honestly, it is a price issue with me. I love trying all products. New, old whatever, but the price with shipping can get a little pricey.

  200. Robin O
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    Wow – Beautiful kit – I have had my eye on their website. I did purchase one of the Christmas kits- They do make beautiful kits :)

  201. Robin O
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I forgot to add that the most important thing to me on kits is selection of embellies. I really love them and also like them to come with alphas.

  202. Sharon
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I believe the most important element to any kit, is the creativity put into designing the kit itself.

  203. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I love having everything you need in one place fo finish a book that you can be proud of! Everything matches, no digging through your stuff. I love kits that have unique items as well.

  204. Diana
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    well gotta love em, embelesh…. is so important, to add to the already, lovely designs! also an all ready kit makes my live so much easier, as well as quicker to get the job done! thanks so much.

  205. Luchie
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I like kits that allows us the flexibility to use the products in whatever way we need for our particular project. Lots of embellishments and plenty of cardstock also help.

  206. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    Wow, that’s one major give away!! I would love to win some of these yummie goodies :)

  207. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    Definitely the fact that everything matches even though they are from different manufacturers… I don’t have the talent to do that on my own, so it’s great to have someone do it for me in the form of awesome kits! :-)

  208. Sandy
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    The elements for a great kit club I think are looking at the kit & thinking I can’t live without having that Something has caught your eye. Kits have so many unique items all of which someone took the time to put together for you. Kits are great because you can just concentrate on working with the elements of it rather than having to pick the items yourself. Kits create creativity and challenge you to think outside the box. Your kits fill that bill.

  209. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    Important for me is the fact of not having to subscribe. If I don’t like a kit I would like ot be able to skip one. Besides that: Shipping costs. Many kit clubs offer free shipping or low shipping but the prices for international shipping can be outrageous.

  210. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    Important for me is the fact of not having to subscribe. If I don’t like a kit I would like ot be able to skip one. Besides that: Shipping costs. Many kit clubs offer free shipping or low shipping but the prices for international shipping can be outrageous.

  211. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I think it’s important that I can skip a kit if I want to. Besides that: Shipping costs are important for me. International shipping costs are most of the times outrageous.

  212. Beth in OK
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    It’s not the contents of the kit that makes or breaks my decision to buy, as much as a great design team and a well-designed web site. Great pictures of the kit are a must. Good luck to everyone.

  213. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I think it’s important to vary in style so the kit’s come as a beautifull suprise every month. I have quited kit-klubbs because of the kit’s beeing so similar over a long period of time.

  214. Linda
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I love when kits have something unusual…like an different embellishments, a different shape. I love unusual paper designs and I like kits that take advantage of a nice paper design.

  215. Amy M.
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    What is important to is to have a variety of pattern paper and cardstock to mix and match with embellishments, ribbon, etc. Also to not have a comminment too.

  216. Lise
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I have never received a kit but by looking at your blog I certainly thing they are just beautiful Hopefully I will be the lucky one.

  217. cheryl yelverton
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I’ve reviewed many of the kit clubs mentioned on scrap scene since i joined and the bottom line is the almighty buck. I’ve read thru the comments here and see that several commentors have said that too. I think the ideal price for a kit is $20. Most girls can come up with $20 but when it comes to $40 that is more like grocery or gas money and harder to justify.I wish Crazy Daisy the best, ms.cheryl

  218. schree
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    My favorite…I love mini books. Would love the opportunity to test drive these new kits!

  219. Dianne Jenkins
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I know this is silly, but I like to find a surprise in my kits – whether it’s a piece of candy – or just some little thing! It’s like Christmas when kits come!

  220. Valerie
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    Value! Coming off of CHA, I see a lot of kits that are similar with the new paper lines etc. I like to see kits that offer great value for the things that you get – especially embellishments. Most kits have 8-12 pieces of paper. We can get that anywhere – the value is in the embellies!

  221. Hester
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    The reason why I would subscribe to a kit is to be challenged to work with different product lines. I like new stuff but don’t like to buy a big package of embelishments, so I would like to see a lot of different small embelishments and other small hard to find items as an extra in the kit.
    A good gallery is also nice for inspiration!

    good luck for crazy daizy, i checked out their site and it looks very promising!

  222. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    DEfinitely a colour co-ordinated kit !! it makes the job sooo much easier if everything matches already :)

  223. Teresa White
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I think the most important things in a kit are the embellishments. Don’t get me wrong, I’m in love with paper, but embellishments are what brings every thing together. Especially ribbon. L.O.V.E. ribbon!!!

  224. Ilka
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    Most important parts of the kits are: the price, the originality, versatility, mix of manufacturers and product lines -including up to date products, some fun or surprise element is a plus and good customer relations are a must too.
    Best of luck for crazy daisy – cute name btw!

  225. Corinne Braun
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    good variety and value are important in a kit club, but to me – it’s the excitment of the unexpected treat in the box, the little added touches of customer service, the community of the forum that maybe attached to the kit. – these are what will keep me subscribed to an original, versatile kit club.

  226. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    Everythig is so wonderful!!! I want!!!
    Kisses

  227. Creso
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    Pick meeee!!! I love mini!!!

  228. Dianna Longoria
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I really enjoy finding something in my kit that I wouldn’t find in the box stores and also having the paper and embellishments really coordinated.

  229. TammyB
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I think it’s important to include enough embellishments with the papers to make more than a couple of layouts. I also like kits that aren’t so full of flowery papers. I have 2 teenage boys and it’s really hard to find paper that isn’t too cutesy or has flowers.

  230. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I think offering kits with a variety of newer released product is a good idea. Good luck in your new endeavors, girls.

  231. Julia
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I think the most important thing is the embellishments – a range of things that you’d usually have to buy in larger packets, for example. To me this is more important than the paper which is relatively cheap anyway. Your kits look beautiful, btw.

  232. Heather McClelland
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I think embellishments or things you can’t find elsewhere are tops, followed by “bang for the buck” as a close 2nd.

  233. Linda M.
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I think a kit has to have unique items that I can’t get elsewhere and takes the guess work out of what goes together. There needs to be something special that wows me.

  234. Lisa Hall
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    when i get a ki,
    t i love that it speaks to me,
    papers all go together,
    love a stamp
    The DT is good
    New items***************
    lots of embellishments
    creative Ideas
    minis are the bomb,
    I love the crispness to the kit it beckons me to look more. love a great new thing
    good luck
    guest designer is always cool beans,
    again good luck.
    oh
    and love to have little things to journal on
    thanks for the treats
    Lisa Hall

  235. Shelley Kaili
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I think the two most important things are: the embellishments available for the kit and resonable pricing.

  236. Irene
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I think the most important element to a kit club is to learn new techniques. It’s nice to have the newest papers as well.

  237. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I’ve recently been a member of a kit club and I find that what are indispensable are the various embellies I get that I’d have to buy as packs most of the time. Also, having a small stamp with the kit makes me feel that the kit is SOOO much worth my money.

  238. GayeN
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I’m a frugal scrapper and I always look for kits that have a value that would be affordable for me. Also, a great kit club has papers and accessories that are well cordinated.Thanks for the fabulous giveaway.

  239. GayeN
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I’m a frugal scrapper and I always look for kits that have a value that would be affordable for me. Also, a great kit club has papers and accessories that are well cordinated.Thanks for the fabulous giveaway.

  240. Georgia
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I like an all inclusive kit. That way if I’m going to a crop or on a trip, I can grab a kit and create some great pages or a mini book.

  241. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    The most important element of a online kit club is CURRENT, up to date products with added VALUE for your dollar. The other important element of an online kit club is COMMUNITY! I love a friendly, informative, safe place to chat about scrapbooking stuff and make friendships!

  242. Rox-Ann
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    Great papers and embellies from the newest product offerings make the best kits in my opinion. Thanks for a great chance to win your kits look awesome.

  243. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    Oooh, good give away! Thanks!! I think the most important thing for kit clubs is a fun, fresh mix of things…something different and unexpected from different vendors mixed together. I like a *stamp* or two thrown in too! *wink*

  244. kathylnorthup
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    these kits look fabulous……i would love to be lucky enough to win one…….and get creative with them!!!

    thanks,
    kathy

  245. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I think the most important elements of a good kit club are value and having the latest greatest product. And I must say, these kits have both of those! SO very cute!

  246. Yvette
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I love a great value and lots of inspiration!
    Thanks,

  247. Cecilia Morrissette
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    The most important thing in a kit club is that they offer the latest and greatest trends. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

  248. G W
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    Prutty! I think the some of the most important things in a club kit are having enough embellishments and of course being able to try new things with the kit. Thanks for doing this give away =)

  249. Donna E.
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    a variety of well-coordinated papers and embellishment from different manufacturers, great value and a little unconventional or non-scrapbook supply/ies..

    thanks for the chance to win these fab kits! Congrats and goodluck! :)

  250. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I think ease of instruction is critical. Also, new products and differnt techniques are important as well.

  251. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    i would say the way in which the products will make it possible for scrappers to create a final page with with their own style still in the page :)

  252. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    Thanks for the chance for this great giveaway! so thoughtful! I want a kit with the latest goodies, heavy on embellies, and a great price! Am i asking too much? lol

  253. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    A hot new must have embellishment pack

  254. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    In my opinion, its definately the new releases of PP or embellies, because where I live we are a couple years behind as far as trends and popular products go.

  255. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I love kits with a lot of embellishments and new products launched on the market

  256. Karen NZ
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    What I think is most important is an item such as a mini album, folders or other item to use as the base for a project. Mini albums and off the page type projects are great for trying out new techniques and trying out new embellishments, colours etc. Thanks for the chance to win one of your lovely kits.

  257. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    The most important elements to a fantastic kit club are a great deal with interesting items that I might not be able to find locally. I just luuuuuv a good deal!

  258. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I think that they need to be well coordinated so that when I go to create everything goes together nicely.

  259. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    Ideas and instructions. I love to create but don’t like to come up with my own ideas, I like to jump off from a starting point. So I love, love, love ideas, instructions and new techniques to try.

  260. lenore
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I love kits that are a good value, full of inspiration and exciting!

  261. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    What a fantastic kit. Would love to have this one!

  262. Connie Melancon
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I love kits that have embellishments/supplies that are hard to find. Value is also important.

  263. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I love a kit club with a lot of variety, not just the same old things each month. I like different options, too. Maybe different sized kits. And a good value never hurts!

  264. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    Most important to me is flexibility in the ordering process… ordering partial or Full kit, just embellies or just pp, Also, LOTS of Bazzill or DCWV CS inciuded! ~ Great giveaway! TY :O) -Ali

  265. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I really like flexibility in a kit club. I like to choose which kits I like, and which ones I don’t like!

  266. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    This kit is great, wonderful! For me, the most important is matching papers and embellishments. With matching items, it’s easier to use all the elements.

  267. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I think the most important is those little embellishments that makes your page pops – like flowers, cute characters or charms. I love those!

  268. Rachel E
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    The first thing I look at in a kit club is variety. I like having items from different lines and manufacturers that coordinate. A very close second is value for the money.

  269. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I love creatively combined embellishments, a great alphabet and lots of beautiful ribbon. Doing something a bit different from what everyone else is doing makes a kit stand out, and over all, a very well coordinated combination of reasonably current product from a variety of manufacturers is a must. Thanks for the chance to win!

  270. Ann Marie Kelley
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I think the most important thing is that when you are done completeing the pages you feel great cause you are happy with your job being well done, and also knowing that you did it all by yourself so being proud of what you have accomplished is the most important thing and knowing you created something so beautiful is exciting and yet a real encouragement

  271. Kristin Townsend
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I like to see a variety of items, I love when they coordinate but I like also to have a color that pops out. Lets say your doing a page with a lot of lime green and then you have a spash of color. I love to to see new ideas coming out in kit clubs, that is always fun!

    I hope your dreams come true with this endevor:)

    Blessings, Kristin

  272. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    It is important to have unusual things in a kit…things you don’t see on every layout! These kits are AWESOME!!! I’m crossing my fingers for a big win!!!!
    :)

  273. D. Marshall
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I think when selling a kit it’s important to cover the main elements of a page. The other important factor is that all the stuff “goes together” and looks good, thinking out of the box is always a great bonus!

  274. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I want to see new and/or unique products that all coordinate well together. Paper, embellies and alphas that are fun together on a layout or project. And of course, I want all that at a great price :)

  275. vivs
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    a great kit works well with a mixture of lively fun elements from the papers to the embellies! something that brings its own theme and one of a kind.

  276. Phoebe
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    A fun and funky mix of great papers and embellies with a few extra special items…non-typical goodies thrown in for good measure. :) I like when things go together but aren’t matchy-matchy. And I’m never one for themes kits like an Easter kit or 4th of July kit…not a themey kind of chick. :) The Crazy Daisy kits look amazing! Love the idea of a mini-book in every kit and the colors for March are just what I need to kick these winter blues! :) Thanks for the chance to win!

  277. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    In a kit, I like to find a mix of papers and supplies from different companies, and things that I can sometimes hardly find in stores, little companies that are starting in business. Great giveaway!

  278. valerie
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I like variety of product and manufacturers. If a kit brings me the idea to put together colors/manufacturers/products that I would never thought of It will also inspire me to do the same with my stash…doing double duty and showing me to create twice as much! This kit looks great and will keep an eye on future kits for consideration!

  279. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    Quality/Price is important to me. Also embellis!!!!!

  280. nic
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    Combining great value with the latest products, of which there needs to be a variety of fun and funky colours / manufacturers and embellies that I would not have neccessarily of thought of mixing together – all of which makes me think outside of the box when using my kit :)

  281. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    For me the most important thing about a kit club is to have value for my money and have good monthly deals if you purchase for 6mths or a year ahead of time. Also to have everything in the kit coordinate and have special items that is sometimes hard for me to get when there’s no LSS around. Another thing about the club would be that the owners who put the kits together choose the items they know that everyone will love.

  282. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    oooooh….I think the most important element of a good kit club is variety! The element of surprise, so that when that kit comes in the mail, I gasp with anticipation!
    Thanks for the opportunity to win! :)

  283. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    The most important would be a good variety and new items. Living in a small town, it’s a grat way to get the latest and up to date items!

  284. Jennifer Hamitlon
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    That all the components coordinate!! Thanks for the chance to win one of what looks like some very cool kits!!!

  285. Melissa
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I think the most important elements are the papers. I think you should have the ability to have a great foundation to make a beautiful page.

  286. Sonia
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    A great kit club should have lots of embellis. Thank for the chance to win

  287. Carolyn
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    -Price is reasonable/including the shipping cost.
    -New products
    -Product that can be used for various theme. Ex: Don’t stick to a girl or boy theme. Keep the kit neutral.
    -I am really interested in your kit, mainly because it is related to making mini books, but the only think that held me from ordering, was the lack of detail to exactly what was in the kit. So I would like to see a complete description to the kit.
    As for projects, one main project done with the included products, would be fine with me.
    -Overall to have a successful kit, always keep it fresh, and very eye appealing. So good photos of it are a must. Also make sure you spread the word. Never stop doing that.

  288. Amanda from FL
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    Of course having itmes in the kit not normally found is important, but I really think the kit including several ideas on how to use the supplies in the kit, is most important. The idea page should include scarpbook page, small album, card, and mixed media idea, this way all crafters will be inspired. Hope I get to test drive one of your kits they look great!

  289. Rita Timmons
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I love kit clubs and have tried many. There are two things that I look for in a kit club – that the kits are a blend of new products out there – paper, alphas, embellishments – and an AWESOME design team. If I see designs that I really, really want to make, I am way more motivated to buy into the kit clubs. When the designs are only so, so, I tend to leave the kit club. The inspiration is the most important part. Also pricing is part of the decision – the more affordable, the easier to join and stay with it.

  290. txscrapaddict
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I think a great kit club is all about wonderful kits. Kits with unusual and eclectic items in it. Not just mainstream products anyone can pick up!

  291. Tricia S
    Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    In my opinion, the key to kit clubs is new and unique products with a DT that can showcase them.

  292. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I think the best thing about a kit is theat it all coordinates, and it would also be cool to include like a little something extra special that you cant get anywhere else..say for instance a buckle or something like that cool.

  293. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    I never thought that I would like kits, but I am hooked since joining some kit clubs. I love the exposure to a little bit of everything that all co-ordinates!

  294. Posted 5 years, 1 month ago | Permalink

    loving the b/w checkered borders in the pic. TOO CUTE!
    i hope i win!

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