woensdag 30 september 2009

Horseridingkit freebie... PU

I am kind of researching the scrappingcommunity as you know and i am kind of wondering, what makes a good scrapkit. I like to tube from pictures, because some things are very hard to make yourself. But is that good? Do you guys like that? Or do you prefer things digitally made? I don't know what you guys prefer, i'd really like to know it!! So please tell me!!

I do know that some things are not pretty when tubed. I for one, don't like small statues tubed. Especially not when they have too much of a glare.

Anyway, i wanted to make you something which i haven't seen before...
It had to be original, it had to be usable, it had to be pretty and i like it to be somewhere in my range of expertise, because its kind of hard to make a kit of which you know nothing... Although thats kind of a challenge too!

I made you a horseriding kit. Its filled up with almost everything that came to mind while i was working on it. And, for my little research, i tubed original pictures AND made those items myself also. So you'll find 2 pairs of boots, 2 saddles, one made totally by myself, the other one tubed (and used as an example for my selfmade things)  The saddle was really hard to make...

It's not al shown on preview what's in there, i put in some flowers, some frames and even a pile of horsedumpings !lol! There is an engraved horseshoe in there also, and a thing over which horses jump, a hayfork and bows and stuff, seriously a lot more then on the preview.

Let me know what you think about it!! And let me know what you like more, tubed from a picture or really digitally made, that will help me a lot in the future!

Last but not least, a little typical dutch joke i have to explain to you, i put in daisies, because in the netherlands here we call it "horseflower" :)
It's a personal use kit.

I hope you like it, its the biggest kit i've ever launched this far, please leave me a message when you download it, i really like to know what you think about it! Ow, and if you have a request for something, feel free to email me!

Have fun with the kit, i always love to see what people create with my kits, so you can always send me a link, i'd like that :)

Lots of love,


7 opmerkingen:

  1. Thank you! Your blog post will be advertised on the DigiFree Digital Scrapbooking Freebie search engine today (look for timestamp: 30 Sep [LA 07:00pm, NY 09:00pm] - 01 Oct [UK 02:00am, OZ 12:00pm] ).

  2. Thank you so much for this Freebie. I want to let you know that I posted a link to your blog in CBH Digital Scrapbooking Freebies, under the Page 5 post on Oct. 01, 2009. Thanks again.

  3. Thank you for the freebie - I'm just downloading and will let you know how I find it! My 2 DDs do a LOT of riding, lol, so am sure it will be very useful!

    I'm also looking for a Nativity kit, if you're interested! But not with cutesy figures, more silhouettes of the people/stable/manger and some sunset-sky-type papers, maybe like a watercolour wash...? Maybe some stars...? haven't found much online yet, so there could be a niche there for you to exploit!
    Bernie x

  4. OK, am back! Firstly, it's a great kit! Love the elements in there...the dung was a bit of a surprise and made me smile, LOL!!
    As for the hand/tubed debate (not that I know or understand what tubed is, LOL), they both look great! It seems there is more detail showing on what are I presume the tubed ones, but I think a customer would be hapopy to have either in a kit!
    Sorry that's not much help for you, but it's really what i think! It must mean your drawn ones are really good though dontchathink?!!!
    Thanks again for the freebie!
    Bernie x

  5. Thank you so much Bernie for your messages, i'm so happy with them!! I'll keep my eyes open for some nativitymaterial ;)

  6. Love this kit, I know a horse mad girl who will be over the moon with it, thank you. As for the tube/digital debate, my preference was for the shiny boots which I think were the tubed ones, like someone else said though, the other pair were good too.

  7. Love your horse kit. I live in the US and it is hard to find a horse related kit. The saddle is a "Dressage" saddle and great detail. Love the dung too. I have 2 horses out back and scrap pages about them. Thanks!