Hi there! So sorry to have been MIA, but we have been so busy these last few months.
MystiKit.com has released tons of new features. Here are just a few:
- You can now provide feedback about kits. If you purchase a kit and you want to let the creator know how awesome (or not!) it was, you can post that on the kit comments.
- You can choose alternative selections for materials and tools in your kits. This will come in handy for kits where not everyone wants the same color or needs the same size of an item. This is so cool!
- We have added the ability for you to see how many finished products a kit will create. This feature was in response to our bridal creators who are often making kits that feature several dozen or even hundreds of finished projects. Now you’ll be able to see that the $125 kit which creates wedding aisle decorations, does it for the REALLY affordable price of less than $11 each. (Check out the kit for these gorgeous aisle markers from The Fab Housewife.)
And that is just the new features! We also hosted our first-ever MystiKit contest a few weeks back! It was so much fun to see the new kits created by our wonderful Beta-testing bloggers.
Rachel Ramey’s blog titus2homemaker.com was the inspiration for the two MystiKit’s seen below. Her kits were selected to win $100 cash. Congrats, Rachel!
The first project is a great get-your-hands-dirty project with older children who are budding artists.
Her instructions are great and the kit will yield at least two finished frescos, more if you make them on the smaller side.
To purchase Rachel’s kit, click here or the Buy button below.
Her advent tags were featured on her blog last year, but they are here in plenty of time for the 2013 holiday season. What a simple and quick way to bring your favorite readings alive in your home.
Click here or the button below, to get this very affordable kit that helps kiddos (and adults) remember the reason for the season.
Again, congrats Rachel! We look forward to seeing more of your kits and helping you and your readers do more fun projects like these with less hassle.
That is it for now.
As always, happy kitting!