|Posted: 1/15/2013 4:35:59 PM|
Did anyone else order the Bridgeport Childhood mini kit and then feel a little disappointed once it was received? While I love all the prompts on the cards and the filler cards, the colors are just a bit dull. I was expecting brighter colors. Guess that's what I get for ordering online.
I was considering ordering the Mayfield kit for my daughter. Can anyone tell me if those colors are brighter or have a more muted look?
|Posted: 1/15/2013 4:59:59 PM|
I can't speak for the printed version, but I love the colors in the digital Mayfield kit. They look bright, even printed from my home computer. Hopefully, someone who has ordered the paper version can chime in to help.
|Posted: 1/15/2013 5:35:04 PM|
I ordered all three and they are suppose to come In tomorrow and once I open them I will be able to help you. Hoping that I am not dissapointed when they arrive.
Loc: UMMM, my scraproom??? :-)
|Posted: 1/15/2013 8:22:01 PM|
I ordered the mayfield kit for my 10 year old dd and I love it! I really like the colors on the cards. While they aren't overly bright, I wouldn't say they are muted either. They are very girly and just enough. I love that there is a smaller amount than the core kit. I plan to supplement with other cards and papers.
|Posted: 1/15/2013 10:24:34 PM|
I got all three today and I'm very pleased with all of them. I guess Wellington seems to most neutral to me but definitely not like dirty muted. You may be more pleased with Mayfield. The yellow is very pretty and the orange is, I feel, even more rich and bright than the Amazon picture and the red is like a bright cherry red. I really love it but I like all of them.
|Posted: 1/16/2013 10:48:47 AM|You will be satisfied with the Mayfield for sure. I might order another one for my other daughter for later. The colors are great. I like the other two, but wasn't really impressed with Bridgeport, but I guess I need to sit down and look at it closer.
I will say I am glad I ordered all three and most of the cards can be used in daily PL which is nice if you don't want to use all of them for a school album. Lori Whitlock did a great job with the kits.