|Posted: 12/9/2012 8:56:16 AM|
Just curious where everyone is buying their digital kits from. Are there any companies to avoid buying from? I am curious if the quality is all pretty similar from different companies or if this is even an issue with digital. I am using My Digital Studio from Stampin Up if that matters.
|Posted: 12/9/2012 9:17:45 AM|
Hi Sandy, I have been buying from alot of different places, no problems at all. My favorites are Jen Yurko, you can find her using a Google search. I also like looking at the digital store on this site, I've gotten quite a few nice kits here. Also really like DaniMoy, I think her kits were found on another site and possibly on 2 Peas as well. I am using Photoshop Elements now, but previously I was using My Digital Studio and they all work on there as well. My advice to you (this is how I have been getting myself into trouble spending too much buying kits...LOL) is that if you find a designer that you like, try to find a link to their blog and follow them on Facebook, you get alot of deals that way and also they post freebies on their websites/blogs and announce freebies and/or new kits coming out or sales on Facebook.
Loc: In the Scrap room!
|Posted: 12/9/2012 9:36:22 AM|
I get things from the designers here and from other sites as well. Sandy a good place to test out products from different designers is on facebook. Make a lot of designers your friends, and they frequently offer freebies from their facebook page or their blogs. That way you can try out their product before you buy! Good luck in your venture. It is a fun one!!
Check out my blog here: http://scrappygram.blogspot.com
Happily Creating for these wonderful designers Polka Dot Pixils, Jen Martakis, Just Jaimee, and Dianne Rigdon here at 2 peas!
2Ps Digital Creative Team
Loc: Derbyshire, England
|Posted: 12/9/2012 12:24:15 PM|
I'm biased obviously being on the creative team here at Two Peas so I would say here first and foremost!
Other than that, check out the digital gallery and make note of the designers on the pages that suit your style and what you are looking for. You can then google those designers and so like has been suggested and follow them on facebook and their blogs to get updates on their new designs and freebies.
Loc: Vancouver, WA
|Posted: 12/9/2012 1:30:24 PM|
I guess I have to express my bias for here as well. Although I have come across a few kits at other sites when I am looking for a particular theme (like military, flying, etc.) that I can't find here.