Falling Out of September 2014

Here we are at the end of September! I can’t believe it! It has been an AWESOME month here at The Daily Digi; full of memory keeping, photography, and lots of FABULOUS products in The Digi Files! When you become a member you get ALL SEVEN of these BRAND NEW kits for just $7.50 TOTAL (not each)! AMAZING DEAL!!

This is what our
members said at the end of last month:

I am on cut back and downsize mode but the Digi Files are too great to ever give up. Thanks for all your awesome info and product. – Kathy

The Daily Digi has such wonderful kits, it’s hard to pick just one as a favorite. The designers are so talented. Each kit inspires me. – Patricia

I really look forward to downloading the new content every month. I’m never disappointed. I can’t imagine not being a subscriber. The variety of styles among the very talented designers is amazing. I really look forward to Janet’s and other contributors posts each month. I learn so much. – Valerie

Here’s a closer look at everything that is included this month:

Studio Blagovesta

Chelle’s Creations

Yin Designs

Miss Mint

Karah Fredricks

Tangie Baxter

Bella Gypsy

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Quick Fix For Hot Spots

Back in the spring, I showed you all a video tutorial for saying goodbye to under-eye circles. I was happy that it was helpful to so many.

I want to show you today how you can use this same method for doing quick fixes for hot spots.

I love scrapping older photos, and when I dug up this photo from my daughter’s first day of preschool in 2006, I knew it was just waiting to be scrapped.

The only problem was that back then, I had no idea what I was doing with a camera. I had high hopes, but I really knew nothing. And so, my photos aren’t great. I still LOVE that I have them, but sometimes the quality is so bad that it distracts from the point of the photo. That was the case here.

You can see that my daughter has major hot spots on her face. Hot spots are places where the light is so bright — often caused by flash, but in this case caused by harsh morning light — that the detail and color are lost.

Just as in the video for removing under-eye circles, I used my eyedropper tool to select color around the hot spots. I then brushed the color over the hot spots (on a new layer).

Here is what it looks like with just the brush marks showing:

Then, I adjusted to opacity of my brush layers until it looked more natural. This was my result:

It’s still not a great photo and definitely not something I would frame, but it works just great for a layout about her first day of preschool!

(Layout was created using Extra Credit by Kara Fredricks, part of this September 2014’s Digi Files. Alpha is by Zoe Pearn at Sweet Shoppe Designs.)

The Reality of This Moment

I’m a long-time fan of Leo Babauta, author of the popular blog Zen Habits. While we may not have the exact same view on everything, I love the way that he brings to light particular truths. He writes in a way that makes you yearn to live fully, to enjoy the moment.

And isn’t that we are trying to do as memory keepers? As we click the shutter on our cameras, aren’t we in essence saying, “This moment is beautiful. This moment is real and alive. I want to remember this moment forever. CLICK.”

And then we take those memories and out them in our scrapbook pages, as we try to fully remember what the moment looked like, what it felt like.

I have hundreds thousands of these moments. Of these photos. Of these pages. I want to remember.

But even more, I want to truly LIVE the moments, because they will never happen again.

Here is Leo’s wonderful post, The Reality of This Moment (posted with permission). As you start a new week, remember to be aware of each moment, because they will never come again. As you look at your children, know that they will never look exactly like that again. As you look at the leaves on the trees, perhaps already changing color, know that this moment is just that — a moment. It won’t come again. Enjoy it now.

As you sit here reading this, pause and expand your awareness beyond your computer/phone … what is the reality of this moment?

You’re reading, and there are a bunch of other tasks you want to do on your computer, yes … but there’s also your body. How does that feel? There’s the area around you, perhaps some people around you. There’s nature nearby.

Take a pause to become aware of the actual reality of this particular moment.

As we go through our day, we’re often stressed because of all the things we have to do, the things we’re not doing. We worry about how things will go in the future, and procrastinate because we’re afraid of an overwhelming task. We feel we’re not good enough, we compare ourselves to others, we fall short of some ideal. We replay a conversation that already happened.

That’s all in our heads, but it’s all fantasy. The reality of this specific moment is that you’re OK. Better than OK, actually: there are so many good things to be grateful for, in this moment.

And there are the particulars of the moment that only exist, right now. The combination of sounds and colors and shapes and smells around you will never exist in this particular combination ever again. The way your body feels, the thought that pops into your head in the next moment, will never exist again, ever.

You yourself are changing all the time. We think of ourselves as one unchanging entity, but the self that you are right now is different than the one you were before you read this article. And that was different than the one who woke up this morning, because various things interacted with you to change you in small (or large) ways.

So the you that exists right now will change in a moment, from interacting with the particulars of the next moment. The you that exists right now will never exist again.

This is the ever-changing, impermanent nature of you. And in truth, every single thing around you is changing all the time, sometimes in less obvious ways. Everyone around you is changing. Each moment is a fluid snapshot of impermanent changing entities, interacting with each other.

That’s the reality of this moment. Don’t miss it.

And this awareness is available to you all the time. Throughout the day, as you start to worry and get lost in your tasks, ask yourself, “What’s the reality of this moment?”

Save Your Photos 2014

The first annual Save Your Photos Day is September 27th.

Save Your Photos Day is a global event intended to raise awareness of the importance of safeguarding our treasured photos. As digital photography continues to grow, at times it feel like we can’t keep up with the digital deluge.

But, don’t despair, today I’m here with some easy steps to help you save your photos.

Got ten minutes? Backup your photos!

Yes, seriously! Head to Crashplan, Backblaze, or your other online service of choice, spend less than $100, download their software, set it running and have the peace of mind that all you photos are safely backed up.

Backing up may be boring but it doesn’t have to take long to get started.

I recommend having an automated system so you don’t need to remember to back up.
See my system here.

You can also use a service like
Flickr or Smugmug. For example, an Eye Fi card can upload to Flickr direct from your camera.

Just so you know, when you back up, a hard drive failure can be just a blip, rather than a headache. Read about
Heddy’s backup restore experience.

Got an hour? Gather your photos!

So where are your photos hiding?

Phones? Computers? Shoe boxes?

What about memorabilia, slides and movies?

I’ve prepared
this printable checklist to send you on a treasure hunt around your house and your hard drive.

Once you have your photos in one place, you can work on a plan of action to
get them organised.

The average family has thousands of prints, negative and slides in their home.

Got a day? Scan your photos!

Alice and Bruce Okely's Wedding Day

If you have a collection of photos, negatives or slides your best bet is
to digitize them too, so they can be easily preserved. Photographic mediums degrade slowly over time, and the acidic papers and glues in some older photo albums mean that a digital copy will last much longer than the originals.

The beauty of having a scanned photo is that you can preserve your family photo albums intact, for a long as they last, without having to remove the original photos and captions. I’m even leaving my baby photos in the original album my mum made for me, as it’s precious to have her handwriting and layouts. I’ve got the negatives ready to scan and use, I’ve even scrapped a few already!

Take a listen to this episode of the Digi Show, where Steph, Katie, Peppermint and Mary Moseley talk about scanning options.

20080823 First Steps_3600The great news is that you can use services such as Scan My Photos to get the scanning done in a fraction of the time, it would take to do them yourself – and they remain in the US. In other countries there are local scanning services you can use. Home movies are especially fragile, but thankfully there are many services to convert them to DVD and files you can open on your computer.

Don’t let your photos get lonely

It’s all well and good to have your photos backed up but if you can’t find them to print or scrap with them, then you are missing out on the fun of having photos in your life.

Get Organized: Photos you will kick start your organizing process with simple, 15-minute challenges that will get you on track to manage your photos.

get organized photos

Now, go save your photos!

Feeling Funtastic

Tomorrow is the first ever
SAVE YOUR PHOTOS day! Writer and teacher for The Daily Digi, Melissa Shanhun created a printable to help you get your photos organized and saved. Be sure to check out Melissa’s class here at The Daily Digi, if you are feeling overwhelmed. Melissa has a post that will go live tomorrow with even more GREAT ideas that you can customize based on the amount of time you want to spend.

After eight years, Janet Phillips is hanging up her designer hat and her entire store of templates at Sweet Shoppe Designs is 50% from now through October 4. Grab your favorite templates before it’s too late.


Baseball and softball pictures waiting to be scrapped? If so, grab Misty Cato’s Side-by-Side Slugger Template.


Grieving Hearts by Erica Zane at SSD is perfect for scrapping those sad moments in your life…and with it’s neutral color scheme, it will work for tons of different types of pages as well.


Erica Zwart Designz is the featured designer at Mscraps until October 2nd! Almost everything in her store is discounted (40% off), there’s a Free With Purchase product and a brand new freebie for all newsletter subscribers!


Feeling a little under the weather? Working on a healthy lifestyle? The new Health Matters collection by Quirky Heart is just what the doctor ordered. Each pack is available separately but purchase the bundle to save almost $10. It’s all 20% off thru this weekend too!


Studio Wendy has a trendy new action for dating your pages.


For all those snap happy moments, new this week is Momarazzi with limited time FWP extras.


Meagan’s Creations has 2 BRAND NEW template packs this week! Line Her Up Templates and Stand Out Templates Volume 4 are great layered templates in PSD, TIFF, PAGE and PNG formats that help you quickly put together amazing layouts! Save 30% on these packs this weekend! Available at The DigiChick and Gotta Pixel.


Hearth by Vinnie Pearce has just been released. Please use code: ddhe25 for an extra 15% off.


Record Your World is a long range project related to creating a gorgeous keepsake that shows YOUR perspective and YOUR life. Includes 4 never released products, inspiration booklet with prompts, swatches and examples.


The Studio Girls newest collection is so sweet!


Check out the newest Project Mouse collection, “Tomorrow.”


September 26th – 30th is our annual Customer Appreciation Sale. To thank our customers for being so terrific we have our whole store on sale for 35% off, and are giving customers the super mini kit “Giving Thanks” with any purchase over $10. The super mini kit is brand new and created just for this sale.


This is HUGE, mega huge! Tangie Baxter has bundled over 5 years of Splatter Graffiti (295 of them) in one fabulous steal of deal bundle! Plus, THIS WEEK ONLY buy the Splatter Graffiti Bundle and get a $10 OFF COUPON for THE VAULT!


Fall means Football!! I hope you enjoy these adorable paper pieces at 20% off all weekend long!!! Daily Digi readers can receive and additional 20% OFF their purchase of For the Fans using code FANS ROCK. Offer expires Monday, September 30th! GO TEAM!


Libby Pritchett is retiring nearly 90 products during Sweet Shoppe’s Going, Going, Gone sale! Grab them at 50% off now through October 4 before they’re gone for good!


Queen Wild Scraps new templates, The Good Life Vol 10, are on sale for 40% off through Oct. 2nd!


September Skies is new from Kimeric Kreations.


In our lives these days, there are so many circumstances to overcome. We might fight illness or pain, navigate difficult relationships, begin new adventures . . . and at the end, we carry our success as an invisible badge of honor. Fuss Free: Badge of Honor 3 and 4 are sets of templates created around badge shapes. Purchase Set 3 and receive Set 4 free. Offer ends Oct 2nd. Combine with Fresh Fruit pricing during first week of release and get all 8 templates for $3.60.


Dunia has a big journal card bundle in her store this week.


New to Etc by Danyale this week, a perfect Fall infused kit inspired by those sweet memories of play and pocket treasures collected by my children during those crisps Autumn days – Climbing Trees and Falling Leaves. Buy the Kit by 10/2 and get the Word Art Set FREE!


That’s it for today!

Dream Big


I love Bella Gypsy Designs and I’m so happy to have the sister duo back in The Digi Files this month! Lena and Tabatha are talented designers and work so well together. I had so much fun visiting with Lena again for the Digest! We covered some new fun things as she shared some of the things that have changed in their design process over the past year as well as some new fun tools and techniques they are using. Listen below (on the site) or
download here.

Let’s take a closer look at “Dream Big” 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 Bella Gypsy’s contribution:


Layout by SuzyQ. Supplies: Dream Big by Bella Gypsy; Fonts: The Bold Beauty by Heather Joyce.


Layout by Trina. Supplies: Dream Big by Bella Gypsy; Gimme Layers 34 by Cluster Queen Creations;
Font: The Girl Next Door.


Layout by Rachael. Supplies: Dream Big by Bella Gypsy; Font: Pea Kikichan.


Layout by Vicki. Supplies: Dream Big by Bella Gypsy.

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


Bella Gypsy Designs is Lena Gardner and Tabatha Reed. They are sisters and best friends, but for the last 8 1/2 years they’ve been business partners as well.Lena lives in Lexington, KY, and Tabatha lives in a small town an hour away. Lena is married and has 3 kids, aged 14, 7, and 6. Tabatha is engaged and has 6 kids, aged 11, 10, 6, 3, 20 months and 3 months. Aside from family cookouts and holiday engagements, they have 9 birthday parties to throw every year and a fun Halloween party tradition, so even without much effort, they get to see each other often!



The thing I love the most about this layout is that I’m in it. I know my kids will really appreciate pictures and layouts with me when they’re older. As for the aesthetic of the page, I just really love damask and any excuse to use it! I’m not a “solid colored background” kind of scrapper!


Momisms by Bella Gypsy Designs Pandemonium Template by LGFD


Tabatha started designing before Lena did, but just barely–she had been scrapping for a few months and began tinkering and designing about 2 months before Bella Gypsy was born. She was still a brand new designer when Lena got interested as well and they worked together to create a brand for the both of them to love and create with. Lena learned to design by watching Tabatha, and it was actually a few months before she ever created her first layout.


They are inspired by color and pattern! When you are a graphic designer, you can’t just turn your design eye off. They are constantly seeing color and pattern everywhere, texting each other pictures of neat patterns or colors and the like.


Computer: Tab is working on a Toshiba Satellite laptop, with 1/2 a terabyte HD and 6 gigs of RAM, and Lena’s working on an HP desktop with a 1TBHD and 8 gigs of RAM.

Program: They both use Adobe Creative Cloud and design in Photoshop and Illustrator.

Camera: They have the same type of camera and primary lens–Canon Rebel T2 with 50 mm 1.4 lens, but Tabatha also uses a 35mm lens sometimes so she can catch her larger group of kids in the shot!

Anything Else: Lena uses a Wacom Intuos tablet. After years of being a tablet snubber, she’s a total convert.


If you use Photoshop, check your version for a “beep when done” setting! In Creative Cloud, it’s Edit>Preferences>General>toggle Beep When Done. This is an efficiency life-saver for me. Sometimes when I’m cutting an alpha or converting .CR2 files or doing anything that takes a long time, I want to navigate away to check email, etc. Doing so gets you sucked into a procrastination vortex easily, so when your computer beeps at you indicating the task is complete, it’s a nice reminder to get back to work! (screenshots included)


This is my favorite because I love any chance to infuse our humor into our kits. Being able to use a cheesy quote from decades ago really made my week when I was designing this collection. Plus, I really like cool tones for boy kits, so I was pleased with this overall!



This was one of our most popular products last summer. I know not everyone goes camping or has a camper, but people seemed to like it. I enjoyed making it because the illustrations were fun & challenging. Typically I’m not a huge fan of smaller kits (this is a mini-kit size for us), but this one was fun to design and scrap with!


Here are some of my favorite products by Bella Gypsy:






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







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Inspired by Bella Gypsy

The following layouts were created using “Dream Big” by Bella Gypsy and included in
The Digi Files during September, 2014:


Layout by SharonS. Supplies: Dream Big by Bella Gypsy; ACTION: Paper Stacker by Wendyzine; Font: Irish Spaghetti.


Layout by Barb. Supplies: Dream Big by Bella Gypsy; Yin Templates 410 to 415 by Yin Designs.


Layout by SuzyQ. Supplies: Dream Big by Bella Gypsy; Fonts: The Bold Beauty by Heather Joyce.


Layout by Trina. Supplies: Dream Big by Bella Gypsy; Gimme Layers 34 by Cluster Queen Creations;
Font: The Girl Next Door.


Layout by Rachael. Supplies: Dream Big by Bella Gypsy; Font: Pea Kikichan.


Layout by Vicki. Supplies: Dream Big by Bella Gypsy.

Top 5 New Features for Scrapbookers in Photoshop Elements 13


It’s that time of the year! The newest version of Photoshop Elements is here and we are all scurrying to see what’s new, and whether we should upgrade.

Photoshop Elements is designed as a consumer level photo editing program, so many of the new features are focused on the photo editing side of things. Adobe is listening to digital scrapbookers and in this release they did include some features that scrappers have been asking for.

In today’s post I’m sharing the top five new features in PSE13 for scrapbookers. Take a look through and see if the feature you are wishing for is there.

Content Aware Fill


By popular demand, content aware fill has made its way over to Photoshop Elements. This headline feature helps you clean up or even dramatically recompose your photos.

Though it’s more of a photo editing feature, scrappers around the world will cheer as they can finally rid their photos of mess and distractions easily.

You can even use content aware fill to, for example, remove word art or pattern and keep texture of a paper.

How to use Content Aware Fill

  1. Select a portion of an image with the Lasso or Marquee selection tools (Don’t be too precise. Select some of the area you want to replicate)
  2. Click Edit Fill Selection
  3. In the Fill Layer dialog, from the Use drop-down, select Content-Aware

content aware fill in photoshop elements

Voila! The offending object has vanished!

Inner stroke

Want perfectly square borders for your photos? You can do it easily now.

In Photoshop Elements, there is a limited number of layer styles you can apply to your layers. With the release of PSE13, you can now add a inner stroke to any layer.

An inner stroke adds a border to your layer – as I’ve done in the layout below.

adult birthday blended 2adult birthday blended 1

In the Style Settings dialog for Layers, a new drop-down has been added for the position of the stroke. The options are: Outside, Inside, and Center.

How to use Inner Stroke

  • Select a layer, and in the Layer menu, click Layer Style – Style Settings.
  • In the Style Settings dialog box, select Stroke, and then use the Position drop-down.


Refine Selection Brush

If you want an easy way to extract an object from a photo, you’ll love the all new selection tool in PSE13.

If you used older versions of Elements you may remember the magic extractor, which auto-magically found the edges of the item you wanted to extract.

In Photoshop Elements 13 the new refine selection tool helps you make precise selections. You can use them to edit specific areas of your photo – say where there’s a shadow you need to remove or certain page elements. It is also helpful for creative scrappers who love extractions (erasing the background of a photo), or when you want to merge photos or papers.


The cursor for the Refine Selection Brush is an IMAGE of two concentric circles. The inner circle is the size of the brush, the outer circle indicates the area within which Photoshop Elements looks for an edge.

Four modes are available: Add, Subtract, Push, and Smooth

add-selection Add: Adds areas to a selection

subtract-selectionSubtract: Subtracts areas from a selection

push-selection Push (the default mode):

  • Placing the cursor inside a selection expands the selection within the outer circle to snap to the first edge found.
  • Placing the cursor outside the selection contracts the selection within the outer circle to snap to the first edge found.

smooth-selection-tool-options Smooth: Smooths the selection, making it less ‘jaggy’. Yes, that’s a technical term 😉

How to Use Selection Edit

This feature is a little more complex than some others, so I recorded a quick video to show you how it works.

  1. Make a selection using Quick Selection tool.
  2. Select the Selection Edit tool. Place the cursor inside the selection you just made, with the inner circle at the current edge and the outer circle at the point you want the edge to snap to.
  3. Depending on the mode that you selected in Step 2, the selection grows, shrinks or is fine-tuned as you move.
  4. Smooth your selection.

Auto Crop Suggestions


If you are getting ready to print photos for a hybrid or pocket style layout, or are wanting to create a page with standard size photos, Auto Crop Suggestions will help you crop your photos to look their best.

When you select the Crop tool in Photoshop Elements now automatically suggests a crop using its intelligence to work out where the focal point of the image is. You can select one of four crop suggestions from the Tool options bar. If you want a specific ratio you can select it from the dropdown in the tool options bar.

How to use Auto Crop Suggestions

To use the automatic cropping suggestions:

  1. Open a photograph.
  2. Choose the Crop tool.
  3. Four thumbnails displaying the automatic suggestions are visible in the Tool Options panel.
  4. Click a thumbnail that you think is the best.
  5. Select a specific aspect ratio from the drop-down in tool options.
  6. Hovering your mouse over the thumbnails in the Tool Options box to preview the crop suggestion.

You can choose not to use any crops, and just resize and apply a manual crop as you normally would in Photoshop Elements.

Organizer Adaptive Grid

photoshop elements organizer adaptive grid

This feature is pure eye candy but I had to include it. Your photos now look stunning in PSE Organizer. Another reason to try organizing your photos in Photoshop Elements.

Other new features in PSE Organizer include:

  • A radically improved folder view: You can see the folder hierarchy easily, unlike Picasa or Lightroom.
  • Simplified searching: Find your photos fast! (Adobe brought back the check boxes to search via tags!)
  • Improvements to the slide show features: Share your photos and videos.
  • Improvements to the email features: Send your best photos to family and friends.
  • Many small improvements to the tag panels to make your tagging easier.

See it in Action

There are many new features I’ve not included here, such as a lot of new photo editing features and Instagram-style filters in guided and quick edit modes of Photoshop Elements. The built in photo restoration tools will make your vintage photos shine! Many features are best seen live to see their potential.

So to show you how it all works, I’m going to be running a live demo of the brand new Photoshop Elements 13 on Sunday night, September 28 at 8pm EST. I’ll answer your questions and run Photoshop Elements through its paces. Come and join me live on Youtube. There will be a recording available at that link afterwards, but I hope to see you there. Feel free to leave me questions in the comments below.

My Favorite Feature

Would you believe my favorite feature isn’t even listed here? You need to check out the top 5 bug fixes in Photoshop Elements 13 for that!

Have you got a feature you are hoping for in Photoshop Elements? Comment below and I’ll let you know if it’s this release.