iOS 7 How To

Our stats indicate that we have a lot of readers on iOS7. I’m sure part of that is because we have The Daily Digi iPhone apps.  I upgraded my phone this last week to iOS7, the day it was available. I have to say that I am in LOVE!

As I started figuring out some of the hidden goodies inside, I wondered what iOS7 might have that I wasn’t aware of. I did some Googling and found some really helpful resources to help me find my way around.

I am excited to try Airdrop and several other things I haven’t gotten to yet. I really LOVE the updates to the Photos app!  Being able to sort my photos by moments, location, or years is pretty cool. Here’s a look at my screen in the Photos app in the Years view with tiny thumbnails of all 3,229 photos on my phone:

I can scrub through those photos and larger views pop up, when I stop on a photo, it opens when I let go.

Here are some of the posts I found that have been helpful to me:

Have you upgraded? What are your thoughts?

Digi Scrapping Bulletin Board Layouts

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Template by Gina Cabrera @ Digital Design Essentials. Take Note by Chelle’s Creations, LD Woodland font.

 

I’ve always loved big bulletin boards full of memories and it’s so much fun to create them digitally. I have some older corkboard layouts made in this style that I still love to look at.

Memories from my son’s 2nd grade school year:

digital bulletin board by Katie Nelson

 

A collection of simple and ordinary moments and scanned memorabilia.

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This type of page is a great way to use scans of items like postcards, notes, and drawings. It’s also a creative showcase for any type of memories. I love this summer page that shows off so many great details on a cork background!

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Summer 2011 by lynettew

 

What a great idea to capture a to-do list and a newspaper clipping!

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To Do List by Digital Nicole

 

There are so many possibilities and you can pretty much add just about anything to a bulletin board style layout!

 

How to make your own digital bulletin board

Look for a theme pack of digital corkboards

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Or use a style to make a cork background

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You can also use a ready-made cork texture background paper. (Check in school and office kits as designers sometimes include them with those themes).

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Look for kits and embellishment packs that contain bulletin board type elements, such as; push pins, thumbtacks, flair buttons, and cork papers. Here are a few that caught my eye:

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Now just add your own photos, memorabilia, and fun embellishments. The best thing about scrapping a digital bulletin board is you can add as many layers as you want!

 

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What are your weekend plans?

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Kristin Cronin-Barrow TGIF, Courier New font.

 

What are your plans for the weekend? I plan to have some digi scrapping time and Funtastic Friday is the perfect way to get that started! As always, lots of good stuff out there in digiland.

We have a new look we will be sporting very soon! We wanted to give you a little warning, so you know your browser wasn’t hijacked once we have the new logo up.  We are excited for a fresh look:

 

Did you see the EXCLUSIVE not-so-mini kit that Steph and I created that members of The Digi Game get during September only?  Don’t miss out!

 

*NEW* Happiness is You Collection by Snips and Snails Designs – 20% Off through 9/22 at Oscraps

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The air turns crisp, the crunch of leaves underfoot and the warm scent of pumpkin fills the air! This digital scrapbook collection by Bella Gypsy at Scrap Orchard is perfect for layout after layout of your little pumpkins!

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In A Nutshell by Erica Zane & Libby Pritchett at SSD is a fabulously fun fall kit full of gorgeous colors and versatile elements, perfect for all sorts of pages!

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Fiddle-Dee-Dee Designs has new templates this week designed to coordinate with Bella Gypsy’s new collection, Fall Frolic. Fuss Free: Fall Frolic templates are perfect for creating the most adorable layouts of your little pumpkins playing in the fall leaves, taking trips to the pumpkin patch or to the orchard, and let’s not forget your little ones looking darling in their cutest fall clothes! These templates are available 20% off for a limited time!

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This week a fab collab! Delightfully hip and retro, and full of fun!

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Mosaic-papers from T for Me Designs! Love those patterns!

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Jennifer Labre has a gorgeous new bundle out today that is perfect for those fall photos!

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Maya de Groot has a new kit, Zen & the Art of Flying Machines

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Heart & Home, New from Kimeric Kreations.

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Sugary Fancy has a NEW & Exclusive Home!! Come celebrate with me! Storewide Opening Sale, New Products + FWP, freebies and more!

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Down This Road Designs has a new set of Road Maps Templates available at ScrapMatters today!!

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Pink Reptile Designs teamed up with Paula Kesselring and together they made this amazing monster of a kit that is stacked to the roof with everything you need to scrap the move to your new house, making it a home, your DIY projects, home improvements and so much more! Get it while it’s 20% off through Sunday September 22. Make sure to also check the addon packs and bundle they offer!

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Chelle has a mini kit this week that’ll have you ‘seeing clearly’ – Get the alpha FREE with purchase of the mini kit thru 9.25

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Studio Wendy’s newest action helps you make your own patterns. Choose from pre-recorded ones or draw your own and watch the action turn it into a repeatable pattern like magic.

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We are so sad about the news that Studio Flergs is closing, so be sure to take advantage of her big closing sale!

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Check out this free video tutorial from Katie the Scrapbook Lady where she shares all sorts of digiscrapping tips and tricks for using templates. There’s also a link to a free template to download!

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Re Kneipp is opening his new store at OScraps this weekend!

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Here are some other fun Friday finds:

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Steph was under the weather this week so we weren’t able to record The Digi Show. Feel better soon Steph! This would be a great weekend to go back and listen to one of the older episodes!

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Enjoy your weekend!

 

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Penny Springmann We Just Love The Little Things

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I love Penny Springmann’s products! Her “12 Month” and “This Life” series are perfect for scrapping the events, seasons, and LIFE as it happens. I love that I can get her 2 page templates as a 24×12 (they come as 12×12’s as well).  Her word art and fun type makes me super happy as well as her beautiful patterned papers.  I’m thrilled to have her joining us again this month.  Let’s take a closer look at “The Little Things” that is included in The Digi Files this month:

This is ONE of SEVEN collections you get when you become a member of The Digi Game this month. You also get an interactive Playbook (in PDF and iBooks formats) that has lots of ideas for using the supplies including techniques, tips, and tricks! All of that, including access to exclusive collaborations every four months you are a member, for only $7.50 total per month! Here are some layouts created using Penny Springmann’s contribution:
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Layout by KimberlyK. Supplies: The Little Things by Penny Springmann; Fonts: Typewriter.

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Layout by Vicki. Supplies: The Little Things by Penny Springmann; Shape Up by Amy Martin.

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Layout by Sula. Supplies: The Little Things by Penny Springmann.

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Layout by Heddy. Supplies: The Little Things by Penny Springmann; Pockets No. 6 Stitched by Valorie Wibbens; 4×6 Templates No. 1 by Designs by Lili; Edge Sentiment by Ali Edwards; This Way 3×4 Journal Cards by Ali Edwards; The Silver Reed font by Heather Joyce; DJB Digi JenLin by Darcy Baldwin; Classic Journal Card Templates by Peppermint Creative; Layered Everyday Cards 2, 4, 7 by Cindy Schneider; Journal Cards 2 by Scrapping with Liz

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Layout by Trina. Supplies: The Little Things by Penny Springmann; Don’t Stop Believing (template) by Connie Prince.

You can see more layouts created with this kit on our “Team Inspiration” page.
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Greetings, everyone! I’m Penny. I currently live in Northwest Arkansas with my husband of 16 years, Paul, our two boys, and our dog, Gary the girl (The boys named her after Sponge Bob’s pet snail). When I’m not designing or working on my website, Scrap Stacks, I enjoy cooking, hiking, reading, and running.

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Even though this layout is a few years old, it is still one of my favorites. In fact, I also created a 16×20 gallery wrap canvas of this work to hang in my family room. When I scrap for myself, I have a clean, minimalistic style. I enjoy using overlays and blend modes. This layout uses both texture and lighting overlays. If your software allows you to play with blend modes, I strongly recommend it: blend modes are a wonderful way to add texture and depth to your work.

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I created my first official scrapbook in 2000 after my husband and I went on a vacation with my sister and her husband. It was paper and while I enjoyed the process, I switched over to digital in 2003 after the birth of my first son. From the beginning I created my own brushes, elements, and papers. I bought from a few designers here and there, but I mostly tried to save money, so I used items I created. I began blogging and giving out freebies in 2006 and then I soon began selling my designs. In 2007, I became a part Sweet Shoppe Designs and the rest, as they say, is history.

 

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My life. I find that when my designs are inspired by my family, a vacation, a favorite song, or an event, I have a deeper connection to my work and never fall “out of love” with the designs. I do have to say, however, that the right color combination can also rock my socks off and get me motivated.

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Computer: I’m up and running on a husband built machine with an Intel Core i7-2600CPU @ 64 GHz – with 64 bit Windows 7. I also use two 21″ monitors. (I LOVE having a two monitor setup. It makes designing so much easier because I have so much space!)
Program: I use Photoshop CC and Illustrator CC
Camera: I have an Olympus OM-D E-M5, Panasonic Lumix, iphone 5
Anything Else: I have a small, almost vintage, 4×6″ wacom tablet I use for drawing or when I need to create/work with paths.
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Here are my top 5 tips:

  1. Be true to you – If you love it, it rocks!
  2. Learn the keyboard shortcuts for your software.
  3. Just because a photo is blurry or isn’t studio perfect doesn’t mean you can’t use it! Real life moves quickly – sometimes too quickly for our cameras to keep up. If it’s a shot you love, use it. It’s the memories that go with the image that matter most.
  4. Google is your best friend. If you don’t know how to do something, google it.
  5. Take pictures of tickets, the kiddos artwork, etc. and include them in your scrapbooking.

 

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My current favorite, is This Life: August. It’s my favorite because I based it off of my family summer adventures. From the patterns to the word art, I enjoyed making this kit and find I can use it again and again.

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One of my most popular kits is 12 Months: December. I think this kit is popular because it is whimsical yet traditional. I personally enjoy the Merry Everything bit that was inspired by a pin my father wore one Christmas years ago and the holly and berry paper. I won’t tell you how long it took me to get that pattern just right!
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Here are some of my favorite products by Penny Springmann:

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Here are some more inspirational layouts using Penny Springmann’s products. All of the layouts are linked to the originals with credits.

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Use coupon code PS_tdd30 for 30% off of anything in Penny Springmann’s store (coupon not valid for 2 scoops or Triple Dip collections). Expires October 15th.

Go have a look in Penny Springmann’s store! We will randomly select TWO winners to win $10 in product! All winners will be selected through the Rafflecopter widget below. There are several ways to enter and you can do ALL of them to gain more entries for yourself!
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Inspired by Penny Springmann

The following layouts were created using “The Little Things” by Penny Springmann and included in The Digi Files during September, 2013:

Layout by Aly. Supplies: The Little Things by Penny Springmann; Template 150 by Cindy Schneider.

Layout by CraftyTam. Supplies: The Little Things by Penny Springmann; Template Pack 48 by AK Designs.

Layout by SharonS. Supplies: The Little Things by Penny Springmann; Template by Rainydayz; Font: DJB I Love My BFF 4ever.

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Layout by Rachel. Supplies: The Little Things by Penny Springmann.

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Layout by KimberlyK. Supplies: The Little Things by Penny Springmann; Fonts: Typewriter.

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Layout by Vicki. Supplies: The Little Things by Penny Springmann; Shape Up by Amy Martin.

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Layout by Sula. Supplies: The Little Things by Penny Springmann.

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Layout by Heddy. Supplies: The Little Things by Penny Springmann; Pockets No. 6 Stitched by Valorie Wibbens; 4×6 Templates No. 1 by Designs by Lili; Edge Sentiment by Ali Edwards; This Way 3×4 Journal Cards by Ali Edwards; The Silver Reed font by Heather Joyce; DJB Digi JenLin by Darcy Baldwin; Classic Journal Card Templates by Peppermint Creative; Layered Everyday Cards 2, 4, 7 by Cindy Schneider; Journal Cards 2 by Scrapping with Liz

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Layout by Trina. Supplies: The Little Things by Penny Springmann; Don’t Stop Believing (template) by Connie Prince.

So many forms of digital memory keeping

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After more than 8 years as a digital scrapbooker, I am certain that right now is the BEST time ever for this type of memory keeping. There have never been as many options as we currently have and our community is overflowing with well-designed supplies and helpful resources. It’s a good time to be a digi scrapper!

The definition of digital scrapbooking has broadened over the years to include all forms of digital memory documenting. We can use our computers, Photoshop, smart phones, tablets, apps, social media, photobooks, templates, and any number of designs to capture our memories in a meaningful way.

Want to see what today’s digital memory keeping looks like? Here are some wonderful and inspirational examples:

Scrapbook Layouts

Just like paper scrappers, digital memory keepers like to combine photos, words, and decorative touches to make their memory into a masterpiece. There are so many ways to make a digital layout!

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page by keldakitty from our Digital Scrapbook Inspiration group

 

Pocket Pages

Project Life and other pocket scrapbooking formats have made it fun and easy to capture life one rectangle or square at a time. The old time photo album format met up with new age scrapbooking and created a style that is accessible to many different types of memory keepers.

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page by scrapandsass from our Digital Pocket Scrapping group

 

Art Journaling

Artsy and creative don’t have to involve physical supplies – digital art journaling is so much fun and there’s no mess to clean up!

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page by lynnirene from our Digital Scrapbook Inspiration group

 

Photo Books

With so many companies offering drag and drop templates for photobooks, it has become incredibly easy to save memories in this format. We especially love AdoramaPix and want to remind you about the awesome 40% off coupon for our readers – it expires in November, so hurry!

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photobook by Katie using AdoramaPix + Instagram

 

Card Making

In today’s connected world, we often have friends all over the globe. Digital cards can be sent anywhere and shared on social media. Or you can always print them out and give them in a more traditional manner.

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card by RonnieTexas from our Digital Scrapbook Inspiration group

 

Blogging

Yes, bloggers really are digital memory keepers… even if they don’t think of themselves as such. Sharing digital images and words on a blog is a great form of documentation!

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Memory Monday post from Katie the Scrapbook Lady blog

 

Social Media Sharing

Photo sharing, status updates, and online conversations have become forms of memory documentation that even non-scrappers have embraced. Stories are being told through small posts on sites such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and more.

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Apps

Using  words + photos type of apps is a super easy and mobile way to digitally document your memories. There are oodles of options out there and you can even create collages that are very similar to full scrapbook layouts!

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created by Steph using Over

 

Websites

There are lots of ways to tell your story using online formats from websites. You can save notes & pictures in Evernote, answer prompt questions on Proust, or create picture collages and projects with sites like PicMonkey. The internet is a big helper when it comes to memory keeping!

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created by Katie with Proust

 

Video

The next best thing to being there in person is to have a video of the moment. YouTube, Vimeo, and photo sites that have video sharing capabilities are all part of digital memory keeping.

 

Video interview by Janet Phillips

 

I just love having all of these tools and resources to help me share my memories. I bet you will agree that this is the best time in history to be a memory keeper. Digi rocks!

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Word Circle Cards

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I made some journal cards for my pocket scrapbook pages by doing a few simple things in Photoshop. If you’re in the mood to make cards for your pocket pages, here’s something quick and easy to get you started.

First, create a 12×12 blank canvas with a neutral colour background. Add several white rectangles in the journal card size of your choice. (I’m using 3×4 inch cards here.)

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Draw circles on each card. They can be large or small, ringed or not and centred on the card or placed slightly higher or lower. Choose whatever works best for your style.

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Use the text tool in white to write words over each circle. Experiment with different fonts. Try having the word extend to the circle’s edge.

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Fonts (clockwise from top left): DJB Digi Tara, Pea Tolman, Roboto, and JaneAusten.

The best part about creating your own journal card or word art is that it can be completely unique and personalized for your page.

If you want slightly less perfect circles, use the Photoshop Distort>ZigZag filter on the circle. Here are the settings I used:

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It will give you edges like this, which are wavy, but not too wavy:

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At this point, you can choose to use them as is on a pocket scrapbook page.

You could also clip paper to them, like this:

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Paper from Coconut Tree by Sara Gleason

Or if you’ve purchased textures, you can add it as an overlay:

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You’ll likely find that one of these styles works best for your page and you can create just one card and then change the word text and re-save the file.

I use cards like titles for certain sections of my pocket scrapbook pages. I like the idea of having really specific words like my kids names, the name of the places we travel to, and funny words the kids say to personalize my pages.

If you leave the cards layered, you could copy the circle and word off the journal card and use it as an overlay on a photo by making the circle white and setting its layer mode to overlay or soft light:

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Just something quick and easy to try! Have fun creating!

Digi Scrap All Earthly Goodness

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We would like to welcome back to The Digi Files Veronica Spriggs a.k.a Vivarant.  Veronica’s kits have a vintage charm that calls to historian in all of us. She has a flair for including unique elements that can spark creativity. I love the deep tones in her contribution this month, that is perfect for documenting the seasons as they change from Summer into Fall.  Let’s take a closer look at “All Earthly Goodness” that is included in The Digi Files this month:

This is ONE of SEVEN collections you get when you become a member of The Digi Game this month. You also get an interactive Playbook (in PDF and iBooks formats) that has lots of ideas for using the supplies including techniques, tips, and tricks! All of that, including access to exclusive collaborations every four months you are a member, for only $7.50 total per month! Here are some layouts created using Veronica Spriggs’s contribution:

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Layout by Vicki. Supplies: All Earthly Goodness by Veronica Spriggs; Simple Story Grids 2 by SuzyQ Scraps.

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Layout by Ronnie. Supplies: All Earthly Goodness by Veronica Spriggs; Changes by Cilenia Curtis; Captivated 2012 Feb by Captivated Visions; Touch of Spice by Jennifer Labre; Lets Travel by Sabee Creative World.

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Layout by Heddy. Supplies: All Earthly Goodness by Veronica Spriggs; Captivated by Lynn by Captivated Visions.

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

Name
Hi I’m Veronica sometimes known around the net as Vivarant. I’m a digital scrapbook designer with interests in web design, photography, cooking and fitness. I have a serious addiction for make up and fashion especially anything black. In fact 98% of my wardrobe is black. No not Goth, not that there’s anything wrong with that.

I’m single and recently back in the dating pool. We could be here all day with stories about that. But I’ll just say it’s an experience and leave it at that.

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This layout incorporates 2 of my favorite products. A Spot Of Tea and Elegant Inchies.

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I’ve been designing a long time now. Since 2006 I believe. It all began when I wanted to learn to create elements and papers as well to share with my friends. I suppose a fixation developed as I’ve been doing it ever since. My friends encouraged me to try designing professionally and though it took me a while to build up my courage I’m glad I had that push.

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Most times my desire to be productive keeps me busy creating. I have some rare conditions that renders me incapable of sitting still for any length of time. If my brain isn’t busy I’m going crazy.

That and my passion to be creative. When my creativity is at an all time low I switch to creating commercial use products. The photographing is busy work that spawns all kinds of ideas for new projects. The extracting is relaxing and therapeutic and leaves me refreshed to start new design projects.

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Computer: Mac Pro OS X
3.2 GHZ Quad Core
32 Gigs Ram
64 bit
4 2TB Hard Drives

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Gateway FX my baby is still hanging in there
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Intel Dual Core
4 Gigs Ram
32 Bit

Program: PC – Adobe CS4
Mac – Adobe CS6
I make pretty good use of much of the Adobe Creative Suite. Most Used include of course Photoshop, Illustrator, Bridge, Dreamweaver, Audition and InDesign.

Camera: Nikon D90
Lenses All Nikon
AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-200mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR II
AF Nikkor 50mm f/1.8D
AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR
AF-S Micro Nikkor 60mm f/2.8G ED
70-300mm f/4-5.6G AF Telephoto Zoom Nikkor

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18-300mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR

If I’m ever fortunate enough to upgrade to a full frame DSLR i’ve got my eye on Nikon’s D600

Anything Else: Wacom Intuos4

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Create your own beveled edge elements!

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I’m sure no designer has just one favorite product. I for instance may have a favorite of the moment but ultimately several items will always be on my top list. For now I’ll name A Spot Of Tea.

A Spot Of Tea is just so elegant which is typical of designs I create but this one has a softness that is irresistible. As well, the clusters are just to die for.

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When creating A Gentleman’s Journey I knew it would be a great collection. It’s masculine yet versatile. Vintage and full of fun elements. It’s a very large collection any scrapper is sure to get much use out of.

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Here are some of my favorite products by Veronica Spriggs:

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Here are some more inspirational layouts using Veronica Spriggs’s products. All of the layouts are linked to the originals with credits.

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Take 15% off any order of $10 or more with coupon code: vjs-dd-take15 (expires sept. 30, 2013).

Go have a look in Veronica’s store! We will randomly select TWO winners to win $10 in product! All winners will be selected through the Rafflecopter widget below. There are several ways to enter and you can do ALL of them to gain more entries for yourself!
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Inpsired by Studio Vivarant

The following layouts were created using “All Earthly Goodness” by Veronica Spriggs and included in The Digi Files during September, 2013:

Layout by SharonS. Supplies: All Earthly Goodness by Veronica Spriggs; Template by Simply Tiffany Studio; Mask by Scrapgirls; Fonts: Scorched Earth, Veteran Typewriter.

Layout by Tammy. Supplies: All Earthly Goodness by Veronica Spriggs.

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Layout by Vicki. Supplies: All Earthly Goodness by Veronica Spriggs; Simple Story Grids 2 by SuzyQ Scraps.

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Layout by Ronnie. Supplies: All Earthly Goodness by Veronica Spriggs; Changes by Cilenia Curtis; Captivated 2012 Feb by Captivated Visions; Touch of Spice by Jennifer Labre; Lets Travel by Sabee Creative World.

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Layout by Heddy. Supplies: All Earthly Goodness by Veronica Spriggs; Captivated by Lynn by Captivated Visions.

Scott Kelby’s Worldwide Photo Walk coming soon

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I’ve been a longtime fan of Scott Kelby and his amazing photography. When Katrina Kennedy brought up his October Worldwide Photo Walk as her pick on episode 101 of The Digi Show, I realized that our readers here might be interested as well. Here’s a video that gives a quick explanation of what the photo walk is all about:

 

It’s free to participate and it’s a fun way to connect with other local photography friends. Here are a few dates to keep in mind:

2013 Worldwide Photo Walk Schedule

Currently – Open Walker Registration
Users will be able to sign up for any photo walks that have been created by walk city leaders starting August 9, 2013

9/23/2013: Leader Application Deadline
If you would like to lead a city in the Scott Kelby Photo Walk, you must have an application submitted by September 23, 2013

10/4/2013: Leader Registration Deadline
Once you have been approved to lead a walk, you must choose an area and register the walk by October 4, 2013

10/5/2013: Walker Registration Deadline
Walkers will be able to register for a photo walk up until the day of the walk. This will let walk leaders take into account same day signups.

The Worldwide Photo Walk: 10/5/2013

For more details, be sure to check out the official website. Wouldn’t it be fun if you met some other Daily Digi readers on your photowalk?! If you plan to attend a photowalk and want

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