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Tiny details make a big difference in digi scrapping!

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It’s really pretty easy to make a digital scrapbook layout, especially if you keep it simple. All you have to do is drag some digital paper and photos onto a blank canvas in a photo editing program such as Photoshop Elements. So what’s all the fuss about? Why do we need all these tutorials, tips, and tricks, to create digital scrapbook pages? Well, it’s because it really is the tiny details that make the BIG difference in making digital scrapbook layouts look great.

Let me (Katie) show you what I mean. Here’s a layout that only uses the most basic of digi skills. I simply opened a digital paper in Photoshop Elements and then opened a photo and place it on top of the paper.  You can find a lot of great information right here in our tutorials section. I’m using supplies from The Digi Chick Shutterbug collaborative kit for these examples.

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This is a digital layout. I included a piece of plain digital paper, 2 embellishments, and a photo. While we love to emphasize that there is no “right” or “wrong” way to digiscrap, we do know that our readers want to know how to make their memories shine by using digital techniques to make them more visually pleasing. It’s a lot more fun (and actually easier) when you know how to use your editing program to achieve the look you want to create on your layouts. That’s what it’s all about here at the Daily Digi, we want to provide you with options and knowledge that you can use if you want to. We love to share our favorite tips and tricks!

TINY DETAIL THAT MAKES A BIG DIFFERENCE – DESIGN PRINCIPLES

When you pay attention to layout design principles, you will find that there are many small ways to make a page look it’s best. By grouping the embellishments together and deciding that the focus of the page should be the photograph, this page has a better flow and presentation already. I also cropped the photo to get rid of some of the unnecessary background.

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By adding some contrast through papers and layering, this layout has more visual impact.

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TINY DETAIL THAT MAKES A BIG DIFFERENCE – SHADOWING

It’s up to you how you choose to use shadows on your digital layouts. Some scrappers prefer them, others don’t like to use them. Understanding where and how to use shadows will give you the option to add small details to your page that can give you big results. If you want to take your shadows to the next level, Peppermints self-paced class at Big Picture Classes is an amazing resource! I used fairly subtle shadowing techniques on this page, but everything looks a little more “real” and not so flat.

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TINY DETAIL THAT MAKES A BIG DIFFERENCE – IMPERECTION

Not everything on a paper layout is always placed with exact precision and if you want to add some reality to your page try placing a few embellishments a little off kilter (like the tilted camera on this layout). It’s also great to vary the direction of items such as buttons and staples for visual interest. Brush work and some “messier” type elements can soften a page up. While I’m a big fan of perfect alignment, I also love to group small pieces together so they overlap each other just a bit. It’s a nice way to keep the design cohesive looking.

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TINY DETAIL THAT MAKES A BIG DIFFERENCE – MEANINGFUL JOURNALING

Taking the time to add well thought out journaling can take your page from ho-hum to memorable. We believe in telling the story and we share many journaling techniques here to help you express the words that go with your memories.

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font is The Typewriter by Heather Hess. You can read the journaling by clicking on the image to see it on flickr.

Wouldn’t you agree that these tiny details add up to a BIG difference?

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Pay attention to the little things when you create your next page. I know you will see a BIG result!

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P.S. Tammy was our random winner chosen from the comments in yesterday’s feature of Yari from Jady Day Studio. She won $10 in product from Jady Day Studio!

Sign Up For The Best Deal in Digital Scrapbooking

Best Deal in Digital Scrapbooking

Each set of files is only available for ONE month! When they are gone, they are GONE!

Where in digital scrapbooking can you get over $50 worth of digital scrapbook supplies, a 30-50 page interactive idea book (in PDF and iBooks formats),  automatically each month for ONLY $7.50 a month PLUS additional exclusive collaborations every four months you are a member? At The Daily Digi!! Here are just a few of the benefits of becoming a member:

  • Try new-to-you designers with a very low risk.
  • Stock up on high quality products at an extremely low price.
  • Get layout ideas for the products included.
  • Learn the latest digital scrapbooking techniques in the Playbook.
  • Products are automatically added to your account each month, no checkout or PayPal login required.

At The Daily Digi, we are careful when scheduling designers and pick only those with high quality products. We also work hard to include different styles of designers from different sites each month, so there is something for everyone in each issue. Every month, there will be familiar names and some new-to-you names as well, this gives you a great opportunity to try new-to-you designers with a very low risk! Each month will feel like it’s your birthday as you download your goodies and unzip them to see what’s inside!

What Our Members Say

Our members constantly let us know how happy they are! Here some of their reviews of The Digi Files and Digi Game:

“For me each month is like my birthday! I just love the Digi Files and the diverse products to try. I have been scrapping for over 5 years with Photoshop and yet still always find something new to learn.” – Krista(norton94)

“I’ve been a DigiGame month-to-month member for almost a year now and finally got around to switching to an annual membership. I can’t wait for each new month to see all the new goodies!” – AJ

“My membership here has to be the very best bang for the buck I have with digital scrapbooking supplies. Every month I get such a variety of scrapping supplies; I get introduced to new designers and reintroduced to some; and I can enjoy the Playbook. This month is no exception. Wonderful variety, great quality, new designers, and yummy new digital goodness.” – Valerie

Hello, I am so glad I became a member as I am loving the Digifiles! I do not get to scrap often so I look for great templates to help maximize my time. I really enjoy the templates you provide… the beautiful kits are great as well. :) I have told a few friends who are considering going digi about your site. Thank you for all you do! Have a great day! Cris

What You Get

When you become a member to the Digi Game, you get all of this:

  • The Digi Files: over $50 worth of digital scrapbooking supplies by seven of the top digital designers in the community.
  • The Playbook: an interactive idea book (available in PDF and iBooks format) (at least 30 pages) showing layouts created by our team and the techniques used to achieve the looks, links to more resources and tutorials, and a video tutorial.
  • Exclusive collaborations: a huge exclusive kit created by past contributors to The Digi Files every four months you are a member.  You get the first kit, “Story of Everyday Life” right when you subscribe (pictured below)!
  • Extra Bonus Gifts every month.

ALL of that for only $7.50 per month…that’s it…really! Not only that, but if you subscribe and become a member for a whole year, you get THIRTEEN months for the price of eleven!

What Do The Products Look Like?

So, you’re wondering, “What kind of designers contribute? Just how good are these products?” Well, we have had over 150 awesome designers contribute since January, 2009! Here’s a look at what was inside The Digi Files one month:

 

Here’s a look at the first exclusive collaboration that you get right when you first subscribe and become a member:
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Such a Good Deal

Can you believe it!? It really IS the best deal in digital scrapbooking and it’s only $7.50 per month OR equal to $6.35 per month if you subscribe for an annual membership.

YARI OF JADY DAY STUDIO: Great Drop Shadow Tips

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I love Jady Day Studio’s bright, bold colors and superb theming in her collections! I love the super fun elements she includes such as the cute stitched frames strung with clips included in this month’s contribution.  Let’s take a closer look at “Silly Billy Bo-Billy” that is included in The Digi Files this month:

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Here are some layouts created using Jady Day Studio’s contribution:

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Layout by Trina. Supplies: “Silly Billy Bo-Billy” by Jady Day Studio and included in The Digi Files #30; For the Love of Scrap (template) by Jenn Lindsey, Font: DJB JenLin.
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Supplies: “Silly Billy Bo-Billy” by Jady Day Studio and included in The Digi Files #30; Fonts: DJB Bellie-Button Innie by Darcy Baldwin; Gimme Space by Lauren Reid.
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Layout by Karen. Supplies: “Silly Billy Bo-Billy” by Jady Day Studio and included in The Digi Files #30; Font: Nee Sissy Lynn.
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Layout by Anne. Supplies: “Silly Billy Bo-Billy” by Jady Day Studio and included in The Digi Files #30.

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Layout by Jacki. Supplies: “Silly Billy Bo-Billy” by Jady Day Studio and included in The Digi Files #30.

You can see more layouts created with this kit on our “Team Inspiration” page.

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My name is Yari from Ridgecrest, CA but grew up in NYC. My husband and I are the proud parents to 4 little kiddos that are too stinkin’ adorable for words.

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I saw on a blog some graphics that I loved and it had a link. It was to a designer’s shop and I fell in love because I had no idea that digi scrapbooking existed! I found some freebie sites and started playing with freebies before committing to buying anything. Pretty soon my interest in designing things myself sparked and I started designing hybrid items. Shortly after that I made 2 kit freebies and received great feedback including a store inviting me to sell at their store. I accepted. With time I improved my skills, participated in a design contest where I got second place, and the rest is history.

I did retire in the Spring of 2010 to have my fourth baby and I didn’t think I could design any more with my four kiddos. In the summer though, I found myself really craving to design and got back into it and I am so happy I did. My baby is now 11 months old and things are going great. I was able to find a nice balance. 🙂

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My children, pictures I take of them, things we do as a family, and also color schemes from magazines, clothes, decorating ideas, etc.

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Computer: MacBook Pro (laptop) with 4 GB RAM.
Programs: Adobe Photoshop CS5 and Inkscape.
Camera: Nikon D3100.
Anything Else: Bamboo tablet and pen.

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The one thing that I have noticed I really pay attention to when I look at a layout is the shadows. Do the embellishments want to come out of the screen like they seem realistically on the page or does it all seem like a flat jpeg image. When I do my shadows I use the linear burn blend mode for most things on the page. The distance setting plays a key role I think in the shadows. My setting for shadows from largest distance to shortest distance are like this: Leaf (largest distance), strings, curled ribbons and bows, flowers and other like embellishments, buttons, frames and photos, papers (shortest distance). So a leaf might be a distance of 40-45 whereas a paper would be a distance of 12-17.

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A Boy’s Perfect Birthday and A Girl’s Perfect Birthday

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Here are some of my favorite products by Yari of Jady Day Studio:

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Here are some more inspirational layouts using Jady Day Studio’s products. All of the layouts are linked to the originals with credits.

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Go have a look in Jady Day Studio’s store! We will randomly select a winner from the comments to win $10.00 in product from her store! (Comments must be posted before midnight EST to qualify)!

Inspired by Jady Day Studio

The following layouts were created using “Silly Silly Bo-Billy” by Yari of Jady Day Studio and included in The Digi Files during June:

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Layout by Trina. Supplies: “Silly Billy Bo-Billy” by Jady Day Studio and included in The Digi Files #30; For the Love of Scrap (template) by Jenn Lindsey, Font: DJB JenLin.
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Supplies: “Silly Billy Bo-Billy” by Jady Day Studio and included in The Digi Files #30; Fonts: DJB Bellie-Button Innie by Darcy Baldwin; Gimme Space by Lauren Reid.
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Layout by Karen. Supplies: “Silly Billy Bo-Billy” by Jady Day Studio and included in The Digi Files #30; Font: Nee Sissy Lynn.
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Layout by Anne. Supplies: “Silly Billy Bo-Billy” by Jady Day Studio and included in The Digi Files #30.
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Layout by Jacki. Supplies: “Silly Billy Bo-Billy” by Jady Day Studio and included in The Digi Files #30.

Dads Day

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We are taking a small break today to spend time with the men in our lives.  We will see you back here Monday morning for more digital goodness! Smile

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The above image was created using Printing Primer (Fontologie by Steph) and one of the alpha’s included in “Story of Everyday Life” which is the first, free exclusive kit members get when they subscribe.

Visual Journaling for the Digital Scrapbooking Non-Artist

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If you have ever listened to the Digi Show, you have may have heard me declare, “I am not an artist.” I don’t feel that I am an artist…at least not what we traditionally think of when we say the word ARTIST. One of the things that Tangie shared on the show is that one of the new terms for Art Journaling that is catching on is “Visual Journaling”. Doesn’t that sound more doable? Pattie said, “If you can feel, you can art journal!” (Don’t you love that!?)

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The term “Art Journaling” has typically been off-putting for me because I figured since I am not an artist, I wouldn’t be able to do it. After the discussion we had on the Digi Show this last week, I think I CAN do some “Visual Journaling”. Not only do I think I can do it, but I will probably enjoy it too. In fact, as I think back on some of my older layouts, they are in fact “Art Journaling”.

They are a visual way for me to share the hard times, the trials, problems; a way to work through some my thoughts and feelings. Here’s a look at a couple of them:

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The layout above was one I did for the “Stand Up and Scrap” contest in 2007 that I participated in with hundreds of other scrappers. That contest stretched me as a digital artist more than just about anything. I still love all of my layouts I created for it. This layout is the only layout I have done about the day my husband was diagnosed with advanced kidney failure. (I would paste the journaling here, but it was one of about 10-15 layouts I lost in one of my many harddrive failures. I did have it printed before the EHD failed and I do have the low resolution files still). “Collide” by Howie Day came on the radio on my way home from getting the news. I created my Howie’s Stamps font for this layout (that is what I used for the word WORRY) and thus its name.

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I created this layout in 2005 and although I wouldn’t think of this it as an “Art Journal” layout (because it’s not messy, painted, and doodly cute), I would definitely think of it as a “Visual Journal” layout! It’s about the day I dropped my youngest (at the time) off at school and how it made me confront my emotions and the grief of infertility. (It is linked to a larger version (or should be) if you want to read the journaling).

Tangie said on the show, “There are no rules, if you can just let yourself go and try it; whatever it is for you is right!” I think this might be what art journaling is for me. What is it for you?

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If you would like to give Visual Journaling in digital a try, but are unsure of where to start, here are some resources for you:

Art Journal Caravan gallery at Scrapbook Graphics

Tangie’s Art Journal Caravan membership

Pattie Knox’s Digital Techniques for Art Journaling (be sure to click over to the Digi Show post to grab a coupon for 10% off and click the link there to support the show).

Listen to the episode 51 of the Digi Show:

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Fun Summer Finds For Friday

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There was a pretty big announcement made on the Digi Show this week, so if you have ever listened to the show, you will want to be sure and catch this episode!  The most recent episode, episode 51 will go up later tonight. It’s big!  Don’t be the last to know Winking smile

There are lots of really great things going on in digiland this weekend and we know you won’t want to miss them!  This post always takes me a long time to put together because I stop and check things out along the way.

Krisi’s Kreations is having a big birthday celebration and sale:

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Kaye Winiecki and Ju Kneipp have this super fun collection out and it’s 20% off:

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Captivated Visions has a new series out, here is how she describes it: “I have a new Project Bundle this week, which is the second in this collection series. The product line is designed in one consistent colour scheme and new and inspiring Project themed products are added to my store throughout the year, perfect for Project 365 and Coordinated Albums and other Projects. All Products are available separately, but purchase the bundle and save 28%. Special Offer – Purchase the Kit or Bundle before Friday June 24th and receive Coordinating Overlays FREE!”

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Dianne Rigdon has this super cute collection out (love that doodled paper):

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WM[squared] has this bright and oh, so happy collection out AND it’s 20% off Friday through Sunday:

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Kate and Flergs have teamed up to create this new lovely!  It’s called Over The Rainbow and is a happy, colourful kit packed with pretty, whimsical elements! It will be on sale at The Lilypad at 20% off Friday-Sunday.

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Elise’s Pieces has a new kit at her guest shop at ScrapMatters– just in time for Father’s Day!

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Amy Martin sent over this EXCLUSIVE coupon for our readers (woot!), grab it and head to her store:

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It is called Twinkle Toes and it is 20% off through Friday, midnight. Daily Digi readers can take an additional 15% off with this coupon code: TWINKLETOES15

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Tracie Stroud’s masculine, “My Dad’s The Man” is 50% off through Wednesday, June 22 to celebrate Father’s Day (love the newsprint).

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Clever Monkey has these super fun cluster frames that come with clipping masks. They are a great start to any layout:

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Libby Pritchett contributed a mini-kit you can download at Write.Click.Scrapbook for a hybrid project there.

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Dockside, a new release from Misty Cato is sure to make your memories of the sea more breathtaking than ever:

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Kitschy Digitals has a 35% off sale going on for ALL of her kits.. this sale goes through June 26th.

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Do you love the clusters you see on the Chelle’s team pages? Now you can have them for your own! Not only will you save time, but you can have great clusters and layers by using the Edgers and cluster packs on sale this weekend. The great thing? The edgers can be resized if you use a different size other than 12×12 pages. They make great hybrid projects too!

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One Little Bird has this cute little ditty and it’s 20% off through … Sunday:

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Mye De Leon has a new soft and sweet products exclusively at The Digichick. Going to Grandma’s collection is sold in packs of papers, clustered frames for only $1 each and the element pack for only $2 until June 20 only! Hurry and get them before they go to regular price.

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Designs by Lili will be releasing a new pack of CU alphas this Friday. It will be on sale at 20% off through Sunday:

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Today is the LAST day to apply for Traci Reed’s team:

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SuzyQ has an article on using the visual triangle.

 

Jenn Ck has this great deal going on right now:

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The Chick Fix is a new collaborative project from the Digichick Designers. All the products in the Chick Fix collection are based off the same palette and coordinate with one another so you can mix and match what you like to build a stash of goodies that all work together. All items in The Chick Fix collection are currently on sale through Monday for just $1, $2 or $3! And new items will be added to the current assortment of Chick Fix products from time to time until the next Chick Fix collection for fall debuts in October.

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Mari has these goodies in the Chick Fix:

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Have fun shopping!  I know I will!!

 

P.S. Tammy was the random winner from yesterday’s post featuring ForeverJoy Designs.  She won $10 in product from ForeverJoy! THANKS everyone for leaving some love!

RENNEMARIE OF FOREVERJOY DESIGNS: From Attorney to Digital Designer

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I discovered ForeverJoy Designs not too long ago, but kept thinking, “Where have I been?! I love her stuff!”  She has a sweet vintage style and really fun ways of putting together elements that make me think of different uses than I ever have before.  I find her work very inspirational.  As I got to know her through her interview, I can also see her passion for life, family, and relationships portrayed in her designs.  She just might be a bit of a practical joker too.  Let’s take a closer look at “Wish” that is included in The Digi Files this month:

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Here are some layouts created using rennemarie of ForeverJoy Designs’ contribution:
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Layout by Anne. Supplies: “Wish” by Foreverjoy Designs and included in The Digi Files #30; Fonts: Pea Annie, Typewriter Scribbled.
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Layout by Karen. Supplies: “Wish” by Foreverjoy Designs and included in The Digi Files #30.
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Layout by Jenn. Supplies: “Wish” by Foreverjoy Designs and included in The Digi Files #30; Font: Typewriter Scribbled.
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Layout by Heddy. Supplies: “Wish” by Foreverjoy Designs and included in The Digi Files #30; Font: Splendid 66.

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Layout by Tara. Supplies: “Wish” by Foreverjoy Designs and included in The Digi Files #30; I’m Sweet (template) by Linda Roos; Font: Sergio.

You can see more layouts created with this kit on our “Team Inspiration” page.

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My name is Renne. I live in NYC with my best friend and hubby of 18 years and my two terrific boys Ryan(12) and Liam (4). My mom and sister are my two best girlfriends. You may be surprised to know that for many years, I lived in a not so pretty,  left brain world.  I am a criminal attorney by trade. I love the law and trial work, and would like to think that I have helped some people along the way.  But when my first son came along, I made a decision to “unbalance” my life and focus more on family.  Then I lost my father, and had my second and long prayed for son.  It hit home.  Life is not a dress rehearsal. There is no rewind or even pause.  And some goodbyes are forever.  There are blessings all around us, but we must create our own bliss.  I have tried to focus more on the beauty around me and the art within me.  I once heard, “it’s never to late to be what you might have been.”  So, I’m keeping my eyes wide open, taking a leap of faith and enjoying this wonderful  fall into the world of Digi-design. 🙂

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About 2 years ago, I saw my first digi layout and it really blew me away.  I knew it was something I had to learn.  It took me a long time to learn Photoshop- (thank goodness for YouTube because I am a very visual student).  I submitted my first designs to Scrapartist.  Of course, I cringe looking at them now- but even though they weren’t accepted, Nancy Rowe Janitz was so kind and gave me good advice to refine them.  I focused on her suggestions and got a little better and applied to the Little Dreamers apprentice program.  I made it to the final round- but didn’t make it all the way.  I wrote to Michelle Coleman and asked for critique.  She was amazingly supportive and gave me invaluable advice.  I worked on all my weak points, and resubmitted about 2 months later.  I was accepted. So the lesson here is, don’t give up.  If you are an aspiring designer, any time you get turned down, be gracious and find out why.  I promise, it’s not personal.  Ask for 5 things you can do to make your designs better.  Now, it’s not fun reading these comments.  But you have to put your game face on, read it, own it and get better.  I never stop asking for feedback.  Except from my mother.  She loves everything I do. 🙂

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Color. definitely most often, it’s color. I will thumb though a magazine or catalog and see a color pallet and almost pop with the desire to design something around it. I have a notebook filled with inspiration pictures and will turn to it when I begin a new kit. I have also begun to collect online images with Pinterest. Very addictive. Sometimes I am inspired by a phrase. That’s what inspired me to create the kit I contributed to the digi files this month. It was one I thought of often with my second boy- that we tried so hard to have. “I made a wish, and you came true…” *smile*

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MY COMPUTER: I use a HP Pavillion with 6GB Ram. I also back up weekly on an external hard drive. I had one crash- a mini breakdown and a great IT friend. A happy ending and a lesson learned. Back up! MY CAMERA: I have a Sony DSC-H7 which I am happy with. Here’s another little trick. My son dropped it in a very deep mud puddle. And didn’t tell me for about 2 hours. yeah. ugh!! It made a horrible crackle and wen black when i turned it on. I took out the battery and chip. Opened any door that was on the camera- and put all of this in a big baggie of dry uncooked white rice, squeezed out all the air, said a prayer, and let it be for 3 days. I didnt open the bag at all….and when I put it all together again… *beeep beep* It worked! Good as new.

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OK- warning: I am about to be very shallow and vain. But sometimes…when i see a picture of myself, my jaw drops and how the camera adds about 30 pounds to my, um, lower areas. So….I have learned how to loose the “bulk” with a few clicks of a mouse. I duplicate my photo- and in Photoshop elements- I will open filter, distort, liquefy, pucker tool, then play with my brush size and wave it across the troublesome area and just like that- I have tinier thighs and bum. I have also used it at my friend’s request in reverse, using the”bloat” tool to add some volume to area’s that they wanted “pumped up”. I would never use it to make someone’s nose just a little bigger, or rear a little wider. Nope. not me. 😉

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My favorite kit is a toss up between “Steam Punk” and “Shabby Shout” although each kit is my favorite when I design it. My absolute favorite element is the rainbow of buttons in “Promise”. It took forever, but I am so proud of it.

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My best selling kit is a tie between “Country Time” and “Snow Day” but it’s pretty close.

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Here are some of my favorite products by Foreverjoy Designs:

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Here are some more inspirational layouts using Foreverjoy Designs’ products. All of the layouts are linked to the originals with credits.

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Go have a look in Foreverjoy Designs’ store! We will randomly select a winner from the comments to win $10.00 in product from her store! (Comments must be posted before midnight EST to qualify)!

Inspired by ForeverJoy Designs

The following layouts were created using “Wish” by Foreverjoy Designs:

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Layout by Anne. Supplies: “Wish” by Foreverjoy Designs and included in The Digi Files #30; Fonts: Pea Annie, Typewriter Scribbled.
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Layout by Karen. Supplies: “Wish” by Foreverjoy Designs and included in The Digi Files #30.
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Layout by Jenn. Supplies: “Wish” by Foreverjoy Designs and included in The Digi Files #30; Font: Typewriter Scribbled.
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Layout by Heddy. Supplies: “Wish” by Foreverjoy Designs and included in The Digi Files #30; Font: Splendid 66.

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Layout by Tara. Supplies: “Wish” by Foreverjoy Designs and included in The Digi Files #30; I’m Sweet (template) by Linda Roos; Font: Sergio.