I am thrilled and honored to be doing a guest post on Ali’s blog today. In the post, you will learn a little bit more about me, learn how to create this album, and get some downloads to help you along in the creating process (including prompts and templates).
If you are stopping in here from Ali’s blog, WELCOME! Be sure to scroll down to yesterday’s post where we have an awesome giveaway going on! There are some other past posts that I’m sure you will find interesting no matter what kind of scrapbooking you enjoy the most!
P.S. I (Katie) plan to take on Steph’s challenge from her post on Ali’s blog and make my own mini album. I was so excited that she is encouraging us to upload them to the flickr group with the tag “Moment”. That will make it easy for us to find your projects so we can be inspired by you as well. And you never know…we may even feature some of them here on The Daily Digi sometime! We are actually planning to do a lot more of that and by using certain tags on flickr and hashtags on twitter it will be easy to find your creations.
We would like to encourage you to use tags on flickr such as TDF15 for layouts using products from that set of Digi Files (The Digi Files 15) or use the designer’s full name as a tag when uploading a layout from a certain designer that we are featuring (such as onelittlebird). This is not a requirement or anything, just useful for those of you that like to use the tagging feature on flickr. Remember to make your tags all one word so instead of TDF 15 being the tag, it should be TDF15.
If you follow The Daily Digi on twitter you have probably noticed the use of hashtags such as #digiscrap. This is simply a way to categorize the post and help encourage conversations on certain topics. Again, you don’t have to use these – but if you are a tweeter we hope you will consider adding hashtags such as #TDF15 to your tweets about that particular set of Digi Files (The Digi Files 15).
Watch our future posts for tips on using these types of tags. Just like in the post about using ribbons on your layouts, we will encourage those who are going to upload to the flickr group to use the tag of “ribbon” so we can find them in the group.