Well, back to the topic of Just too Sweet. So I'm sitting here and taking a look at the preview on my puter. Hubby looks over my shoulder and says, "Oh, that's pretty. Did you make that?" Yes, I did. Now that I have his endorsement, I hope that everyone who reads this blog post will head over to Etsy and buy the kit. Well, I can hope, now can't I? LOL. Oh, you do need to see the preview, too.
This time I have a cluster frame for you as a freebie.
But first, (un-huh, I'm still employing advertiser tactics, but if you can't wait, just scroll on down) I've got a couple of things on my mind. I'm pretty sure I'll enter the designer contest at DSS, but I don't know when it's actually going to start. Nothing's been listed in the forum yet. Second, I'm wondering and pondering if I should have a CT, even if it's just temporary. I've had a team in the past, way in the past, but finally gave that up. If I do, it will be one of the easiest teams anyone was ever on. I've seen a number of CT ads lately, and I can safely say I wouldn't want to be on some of those teams. What they require goes beyond what I think should be expected of a creative team member. But that's JMHO.
By now, most of you know that I don't usually make kits that are kid oriented. Not because I don't like kids or because I'm childless. I'm most certainly not either. But my kids are both 30-somethings and neither one has any children of their own. So, no grandkids either. I prefer to make adult oriented kits with a theme, not just generic kits. Sometimes it's tough to think of what elements should go in a kit, that's unique to the theme. Sometimes it means a kit is smaller that I might like, 'cause I can't think of what else to put in. I do surf the web for ideas at times. Speaking of generic, I guess Just Too Sweet probably falls more into that category. I'm rolling my eyes. I spout off about generic, but I'm advertising one. Still, there's some unique elements in it.
Well, I guess I'd better list that freebie, right? Here it is.