Digital Scrapbooking Day isn't just for digi experts!
In fact, there are more beginning digital scrapbookers than there are super ninja digi scrappers. But somehow most of the festivities seem focused on the ninjas. This is annoying! So Lain decided to do something about it and has put together a great package for those of us who would like to learn a little more about working digitally.
This DSD, we're celebrating digital scrapbooking for BEGINNERS.
From photo books to templates, from quick pages to artsy effects, we've got you covered! These offerings include:
- Quick and Easy Digital Pages - video class with Renee Pearson
- Creating Digital Templates for Photo Printing - video class with Paula Gilarde
- Artsy Effects for Hybrid Pages - video class with Anna Aspnes
- Blending Secrets: Seamless Digital Blending - video class with Tiffany Tillman
- All About Actions: Photoshop Actions for Beginners - video class with Jessica Sprague
- Quick and Easy Holiday Cards - video scrapinar with Traci Reed
- Photobook Perfection - video scrapinar with Melissa Shanhun
- Try Hybrid: Go-To Digital Techniques for Paper Scrapbookers - video class with Jennifer Wilson
The total value of these classes is over $100... but in celebration of Digital Scrapbooking Day, the whole package can be yours for only $49!
Click HERE to hear more about what you'll receive... and a special bonus!
Yesterday, I shared some photos that I digitally added borders and text to HERE and today I wanted to share another type of digital project that I love: print and cuts created with my Silhouette. Whether you use "as is" or create your own custom print & cuts this is another digital product that really floats my boat!
I created all of these tags using Kerri Bradford digital files and a cut files. These would be perfect for December Daily, Project Life, place on a card with a few small embellishments to send in the mail, use as gift tags on presents or even to add to a layout.
I used 3 of the 4 coordinating cut files to cut out my printed designs: the rectangle, the scalloped rectangle and hang tag. I added a few small embellishments to mine (gems, baker's twine, etc.) and they are ready to be used!
And how about printing them bigger to fit inside picture frames to create a collage of wall art for the holidays? This is the easiest home decor project. Ever. I printed out a bunch in standard frame sizes: 8x10, 5x7 and 4x6 and placed them in frames that I already had on hand. Nothing tricky here. ;) I love how they all look grouped together like this!
*note* I did a little extra work to the framed print of Santa. Instead of just resizing and printing like I did for the others, I used four shapes for this one combining the santa background, "dear santa", define good" and postmark for a custom framed design.
The possibilities are endless!
- Making Memories Silver Clips
- Maya Road White Star Trinket Pins
- Jenni Bowlin Star Gems
- Stampin' Up Ivory Button
- Stapin' Up Red Button
- Epson Premium Photo Luster Paper
Don't forget to check out the great offer from Lain HERE (there's just a few hours left to save big) and learn tips and tricks from some amazing Digital gurus!
Have a great weekend!