I've been wondering what makes a great digiscrap kit.
What is essential and what is desireable and what do scrappers hate?
So I asked them...
a mix of plain & patterned papers that co-ordinate well.
at least one neutral solid.
- Theme-related elements
several with real variety (not 4 different versions of the same thing)
ribbons, ricrac, string, twine, rope, wire.
- Clusterable elements:
flowers, leaves, twigs, branches, ivy, buttons, swirls, glitter, beads, stars, hearts.
stitching, prongs, clips, brads, staples.
blocks or tags
good, but not essential.
- Elements should be original and unique (especially flowers).
- Flowers should have leaves to go with them.
- Realistic sizing between elements. For example, birds should be smaller than trees.
- Wordart language - offer US & UK spellings, and tell buyers you will gladly offer translated versions if they ask.
- A fantasy theme needs landscape papers and scenery elements.
Taken from this thread at digishoptalk forum