The grabbag revealed:

So what do you think? Is putting a fully coordinated kit into a grabbag a good idea or not so much? I’m open to any and all suggestions :)

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  1. Becky says:

    Love that metal alpha, Birgit! Very clever!

  2. Anonymous says:

    First, I just want to make sure that you understand my words have no implied criticism or to cause any offense whatsoever. I was hesitant to post a comment because anything other than ‘yes’ or ‘lovely’ may be misconstrued when it is just words. I decided to go ahead because I love your work and would love to buy your work in grab bags. Also, this is only my own opinion and point of view based on MY personal buying habit and for every one like me, there may be 100 more who disagree :) OK, I would prefer a bag with more variety than just one kit so that if I do not like one item, there may be some others I do like. Not to say kits are not good because you do beautiful kits but I would expect more than just one kit then since other grabbags are usually 75-80% discount. I would not buy one large unseen kit but would buy 4 different mini kits if the color is revealed. Or perhaps 1 mini kit and some useful or unique element packs. As an example, I think if you had done a grab bag that consists of – Its a Wrap pack, the cardboard tears pack, Winter Wonder Mini kit, little paper bits or notebook paper alpha and maybe either one of your QP / overlay / backpack / swirl / frame packs, the first few people who open it up would go crazy with delight and post to enable everyone and you would have a long queue to buy it :) Tracy Ann Digital Art does awesome grab bags and I would love to see you do similar & have similar success :) Again this is just one person’s opinion (and this person is on a tight budget and buys grab bags for the bargain :)

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