The Story in My Tree

We decorated our Christmas tree this week. Every year before decorating, I silently envy those people with gorgeous designer-inspired trees filled with all sorts of beautiful and purposeful decorations. You know, the ones that look like this:

Our tree doesn’t have a theme, color scheme, or any rhyme or reason. There are ornaments with bits broken off, ornaments made out of cardboard trash, and ornaments just shoved onto a branch because their hook or ribbon has long been broken off.

But every year I set my envy aside and we drag out our box of ornaments—the box that has been with us all over the world— and we let the kids decorate. I don’t dictate where ornaments go or how to hang them up. I just let the kids oohh and awww over their individual ornaments (we give each child a new ornament each year so they will each have a starter collection when they leave home). Every year I stand back and watch, take photos, and breath in the beauty of the memories we have created and collected.

When the last ornament is hung with usually with far too many on the lower branches (evidence of toddlers helping decorate the tree) I stand back and I smile. It isn’t anything spectacular or designer-ish, but it is beautiful for another reason altogether.

There is a story in my tree. It’s our story.

I see the ornaments we have purchased in each of the places we have lived: India, Colorado, Malaysia, Nebraska, Florida, Indonesia, and North Carolina.

I see the ornaments we have chosen for each child, representing a little piece of their personality and interests of the particular year.

I see the ornaments made by my mother and remember all the years she busied herself in her workshop, cutting endless pieces of wood to give as handmade gifts.

I see the beaded ornament made by my grandmother, one of the other tangible memories of her I have.

I see the ornaments from my childhood and I fondly remember the Christmas traditions we had when I was young.

I see the ornaments given to us by former students, reminding me of the joy we have had caring for children not our own.

Yes, I see it all. And that’s why I can’t help but smile at the eclectic hodge podge of crazy that our tree is. There is a story in my tree and each year I get to relive the memories as I read the story, ornament by ornament.

Digital Scrapbooking On Your iPhone: Beyond Pocket Pages!

Please note, the apps below are available on both Android and iPhone, however, this post was made using an iPhone. I have not tested on Android.

I’ve been an avid follower of Steph’s phonebooking posts since she started, and her recent post about the updates in the app Over, and the mention of being able to possible do a traditional layout got me very excited to scrap beyond (my very loved) Project Life App! Just like many things in the digi-world, there are many ways to scrap on your phone. Here’s my work flow.

1. Get My Supplies On My Phone

I get my supplies on my phone by going into the Dropbox app and saving to my camera roll the elements and papers I’d like to use. I store all my supplies in Dropbox, and I am a kit scrapper, so I just navigate to the folder that holds the kit, and scroll through my options. If you tap on a file, you can swipe through your elements or papers. Typically, just like I do on my laptop, I just grab all the things I really like from a kit and save them on my camera roll. When I am done with my page, I delete the papers and elements from my phone. (The originals are safe in Dropbox and I don’t like having extra stuff in my camera roll.)

2. Build My Base Page, If I Want One



What do I mean by base page? I mean either the pocket pages (doing a grid in Project Life, Photogrid or a similar app) OR doing a blended/artsy background- which is my style (which I do using Photoshop Mix App)

For this page, I really liked the picture I had of my husband and daughter looking at the Christmas Tree, so I enlarged it and played around with blending modes until I got an effect I liked.

3. Build My Page In Over


Now that I’ve got my funky background page, I’ll open it in Over and add my elements, journaling, drop shadows, etc- just like I do in Photoshop! (Or if you like, just open Over and start scrapping!)

I just click the + sign and choose image, text or any other option Over has (like doodles!). You can see all the png elements you saved from Dropbox to your camera roll, or if you want a jpg, just hit view all to get your entire camera roll to choose from. The process is very similar to the computer: there are layers, blending modes, drop shadows… The only thing there is NOT: transforming elements free form (if it’s a square paper- it’s staying square), clipping and a biggie- YOU CAN’T SAVE THIS FILE. In other words, once you quit Over, you can’t reopen the app and find an editable version of your page, with layers. I highly recommend periodically saving your page to your camera roll as you go- if your app crashes, your whole page will be gone an you’ll have to recreate it. (Ask me how I know!)

My journaling font I chose for this page is my handwriting in cursive. You can upload your own fonts into Over by using an app called Any Font (only for iPhone)


4. Save & Share My Finished Page



I have a shared photo stream on my iPhone where I share my scrapbooks with my husband and friends. So I post there, and also on Flickr. I have an IFTTT set up to then save a copy to my Dropbox. And that’s all!

A Very Merry Friday

As we approach the holidays, we wanted to bring you some special new and old released for scrapping your christmas memories and chilly days, to help you ring in the new year. Without further ado….

Amanda Fraijo-Tobin

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Bella Gypsy

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Digilicious Design

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Erica Zane

Ice Ice Baby by Erica Zane & Blagovesta Gosheva at Sweet Shoppe Designs is a perfectly fun kit full of wintery goodness! So…do you want to build a snowman?

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etc by Danyale

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Fiddle-Dee-Dee Designs

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Flergs

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Heather T.

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Jennifer Labre Designs

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Kimeric Kreations

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Laura Banasiak

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Misty Cato

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Pink Reptile Designs

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Studio Wendy

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Tickled Pink Studio

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Wimpychompers

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Chelle is hanging up her designing hat. Grab her products while you can for 50% off.

Make It Count

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We are always so happy to have Bella Gypsy with us at The Daily Digi. The designing duo has a store FULL of amazing designs. I love all of the fun and happy colors and how PACKED their kits are. Make it Count, their kit for The Digi Files, is just as full as the rest of their kits. Fun colors and patterns, tons of elements, and a whole ‘lotta inspiration. Let’s take a closer look!



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:

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Layout by Jacki. Supplies: Make It Count by Bella Gypsy; Fonts: Typewriter.

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Layout by JillW. Supplies: Make It Count by Bella Gypsy.

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Layout by SharonS. Supplies: Make It Count by Bella Gypsy; Template by Trixie Scraps; Font: Seriously.

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Layout by Vicki. Supplies: Make It Count by Bella Gypsy.

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Layout by Natascha. Supplies: Make It Count by Bella Gypsy; Single 110 (template) by Cindy Schneider.

You can see more layouts created with this kit on our ”
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Bella Gypsy Designs is Lena Gardner and Tabatha Reed. They are sisters and best friends, but for the last 9 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 15, 9, and 7. Tabatha is engaged and has 6 kids, aged 12, 11, 7, 4, 2, and 1. Aside from family cookouts and holiday engagements, they have 9 birthday parties to throw every year, so even without much effort, they get to see each other often! For the last year they’ve been trying to get together more often just to eat lunch & hang out!

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I love this layout because I was fairly obsessed last summer with the movie Inside Out. I was so inspired after watching the movie twice in the theater, I immediate created a kit to scrap our pics from the movies. It’s one of the few times as a designer that I’ve created a kit to match pics I already had. 🙂

I love patterned papers and I encourage people to try bold backgrounds. That’s what labels and journal cards are for…do your journaling on them!


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Hooked On A Feeling by Bella Gypsy



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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’re excited to be celebrating their 10th designing anniversary soon, in February 2016.

inspired

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.It’s pretty common lately for them to Snapchat each other patterns and color combos they find in their daily travels. Also, personal experience…for instance when Lena wanted to scrap about her guilty pleasures (reality TV & chips yummm), they made a kit about it!

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Computer: Computer: Tab is working on a custom built desktop with a solid state HD plus a 2TB HD, 16 gigs of ram. Lena’s working on an HP desktop with a 1TBHD and 8 gigs of RAM.


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


Camera: 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: Anything Else: Lena uses a Wacom Intuos tablet.

tipstricks

My tip involves getting things centered on your canvas (specifically background papers but works for anything!) When you drag a paper from one window to the next, if you hold shift down after grabbing it from window 1 but before letting it go in window 2, it will automatically snap to the center of the window. This helps a background paper be centered perfectly and no empty canvas will be showing on the sides.

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I love purple and so often it’s harder to find in digiland. When we made this we were really on a wood kick and I love the mix of color and textures in the kit. Plus, it was just fun to create a kit that was girly without being pink and in-your-face.


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Boy kits can be hard to find and therefore I think we tend to appeal to a lot of boy moms when we release a new one! I love a cool colored, shiny boy kit. They’re just too fun.


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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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Go have a look in Bella Gypsy’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 Bella Gypsy

The following layouts were created using “Make It Count” by Bella Gypsy and included in The Digi Files during December, 2015:

Layout by Jacki. Supplies: Make It Count by Bella Gypsy; Template by Amy Martin.

Layout by Anne. Supplies: Make It Count by Bella Gypsy; Font: Georgina.

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Layout by Jacki. Supplies: Make It Count by Bella Gypsy; Fonts: Typewriter.

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Layout by JillW. Supplies: Make It Count by Bella Gypsy.

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Layout by SharonS. Supplies: Make It Count by Bella Gypsy; Template by Trixie Scraps; Font: Seriously.

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Layout by Vicki. Supplies: Make It Count by Bella Gypsy.

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Layout by Natascha. Supplies: Make It Count by Bella Gypsy; Single 110 (template) by Cindy Schneider.

Page Study: Random Tips

Page Study: Random Tips

I’m a fairly simple digital scrapbooker. I like how memories can be captured using just a few design choices and some very basic Photoshop knowledge.

On this page, the design is straight-forward – there is a central grid of papers on which the photos and clusters of elements are layered. The journalling was added below the design, almost like a caption to a photo in a magazine article.

Even though this page was easy to put together, a few design choices had to be made:

Contrasting the kit colours with a white background

I’ve mentioned this before – my go-to background is a light, usually white, background. I just like how the rest of the page elements pop against it.

Keeping the papers un-shadowed

The base of this page is a simple grid of rectangles. After I designed the entire page, I tried the rectangles with and without shadows. Either would work, but on this page I decided to go shadowless on the papers, which makes the shadowing on the clusters stand out even more.

Typing a title using a clean font

Only rarely do I use alphas for titles. I like the look of them, but I find I’m often too pressed for time to bring them onto my page and then fiddle with adjusting their size, spacing and alignment. Most of the time, I use word art. Good word art makes titling a page a breeze! My next go-to for page titles are fonts. On this page I just typed the title using the League Spartan font in the the bold green colour from one of the papers in the background. Check out these other easy titling ideas.

Adding in a few clusters

Finally, I sprinkled a couple of big floral clusters and then a few smaller elements here and there to give the page some flow and interest.

Great Things Ahead

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Edgy, artsy, and totally fun. That’s how I would describe the designs from Created by Jill. She’s got a great multi-media look to her kits and her colors and patterns have such depth! We’re so happy to welcome Jill to the Digi Files this month. Let’s take a closer look at her kit, Great Things Ahead.



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 Created by Jill’s contribution:

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Layout by SharonS. Supplies: Great Things Ahead by Created by Jill; Template by Scrappy Creations by Melanie; Font: Pea Ell.

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Layout by Jacki. Supplies: Great Things Ahead by Created by Jill; It’s a Theory (pen) by Etc. by Danyale; Font: A Bit of Flaire by Darcy Baldwin.

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Layout by Vicki. Supplies: Great Things Ahead by Created by Jill.

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Layout by LulyG. Supplies: Great Things Ahead by Created by Jill; Template by Miss Mel’s Designs; Font: Ke Aloha; Word Swag App.

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Layout by . Supplies: Great Things Ahead by Created by Jill; Fonts: .

You can see more layouts created with this kit on our ”
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Name

Greetings Daily Digi readers! I’m Jill, originally from the DC area but currently living in Louisiana (via San Diego, Myrtle Beach, Dallas, Israel, Dallas & Virginia…..I’ve moved around a bit and feel one more move is in my future when the time is right). I’m the proud mom of 2 amazing teenage girls, 16 & 18! When I’m not designing, you can find me teaching my weekly Zumba classes. Cooking, reading and horseback riding on a beach top my list of other favorite pastimes!

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For the life of me I can’t remember how I got started in designing…I think I created my first kit back in 2011 and then the designing bug bit me. It’s a true addiction! My computer gets turned on even before my coffee maker every morning!

inspired

My daughters are definitely my biggest inspiration…they’re at the age where so much is happening right now. Daily life (the good and the not-so-good) ALWAYS inspires me. Creating is my “therapy”. I was so sad when my oldest daughter went to college at 16 (only 30 minutes away…but still)…I needed to get those feelings out and voila….my Time For Her To Fly Collection was born. My youngest is off to college next Fall….there will definitely be a collection for that!

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Computer: I’ve always been a desktop PC girl until I had a big crash….now I’m a Mac girl and love my 27″ monitor iMac! As for the techie stuff…that’s my husband’s department.

Program: I’ve been using Photoshop since PS 7 and now using CS5. I wish there were more hours in the day so I can learn all the other programs in this Creative Suite as well as go deeper into CS5 and the gazillion things it can do….one day!

Camera: I am THE WORST person when I comes to taking pictures so the only camera I have is on my phone (and that rarely gets used). My daughters take enough pictures so I just snag them from their Facebook pages *grin*

Anything Else: I actually have an old Bamboo Mini on my desk that would be great to use if I knew how to draw (I can scribble on it tho’!)! I’m still a die-hard mouse user!

tipstricks

I stumbled upon a great trick when creating my Word Bits (which I’m always adding to as they pop into my mind). I usually start out with the font I think I’m going to use…but sometimes it just doesn’t look right and I need to change all of them to something else that fits better. I found that all I have to do I highlight all of the text layers, go up to my Character window, choose a new font from the drop down, change the size and even the color and hit the Tab key and voila! They all change at once! (talk about a time saver!)

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I just love this collection! It’s inspired by my 16 year old, Hope, who is definitely filled with it! She’s spunky, sassy and larger than life! She’s whimsical and fun and this Kit and Collection truly defines her.


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I just love the beach and from all the pages I’ve seen come from this collection….I’m not the only one! The smell of the salty air….the balmy breezes….the sound of the waves crashing….pure heaven. This kit (also part of a Collection) is so much fun to play with! The papers have an artsier flair and it’s filled with fun elements and accents.


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Here are some of my favorite products by Created by Jill:


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Use coupon code cbj-TDFWelcome for 30% OFF your next order at Created by Jill. Exp 12/31/16; Valid at The DigiChick.

Go have a look in Created by Jill’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 Created by Jill

The following layouts were created using “Great Things Ahead” by Created by Jill and included in The Digi Files during December, 2015:

Layout by Sylvia. Supplies: Great Things Ahead by Created by Jill.

Layout by Sharon. Supplies: Great Things Ahead by Created by Jill.

Supplies: Great Things Ahead by Created by Jill.

Layout by Fiona. Supplies: Great Things Ahead by Created by Jill.

Layout by Trace. Supplies: Great Things Ahead by Created by Jill.

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Layout by SharonS. Supplies: Great Things Ahead by Created by Jill; Template by Scrappy Creations by Melanie; Font: Pea Ell.

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Layout by Jacki. Supplies: Great Things Ahead by Created by Jill; It’s a Theory (pen) by Etc. by Danyale; Font: A Bit of Flaire by Darcy Baldwin.

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Layout by Vicki. Supplies: Great Things Ahead by Created by Jill.

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Layout by LulyG. Supplies: Great Things Ahead by Created by Jill; Template by Miss Mel’s Designs; Font: Ke Aloha; Word Swag App.

Be Cozy

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I’m always thrilled to have one of the Sweet Shoppe gals with us at The Daily Digi and Libby Pritchett is no exception. She’s an awesome designer with a shop FILLED with awesome color, fun designs, and a touch of whimsy. Her kit in The Digi Files, Be Cozy, makes me want to do exactly that. I feel like I should be cuddled up on the couch with a hot drink, watching the snow fall. I love the edgy textures and the muted colors. Let’s look!



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 Libby Pritchett’s contribution:

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Layout by SharonS. Supplies: Be Cozy by Libby Pritchett; Template by Jenn Lindsey; Ribbon by Scrapgirls; Fabric Style by Mommyish; Font: The Sharo.

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Layout by Lulyg. Supplies: Be Cozy by Libby Pritchett; Template by Miss Mel.

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Layout by Jacki. Supplies: Be Cozy by Libby Pritchett; Push Pins by Michelle Coleman; Fonts: Typewriter.

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Layout by JillW. Supplies: Be Cozy by Libby Pritchett.


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Layout by Heddy. Supplies: Be Cozy by Libby Pritchett; The Journey Called Life 2 by Two Tiny Turtles.


You can see more layouts created with this kit on our ”
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Name

My name is Libby Pritchett, and I live in Wichita, KS with my husband Jeff. We have 2 teenagers (Rhys & Kendra) as well as a very busy 3 year old named Chloe.

Scrapbooking is my passion and has been for over 16 years now. Sometimes I still pinch myself that I get to make a living doing something I love while also being home to care for my family. I truly have the greatest job ever!

When I’m not designing, I love to get lost in a good book, try new recipes, or binge-watch a fun series on Netflix.

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I love sports! I love watching them, scrapping about them, designing kits for them… I can’t get enough! This year I had the amazing opportunity to go out of state to watch my step-son play baseball in college. I hadn’t been able to watch him play since Little League. So, in preparation for the big day, I had to dig out some of his old pictures and scrap my excitement. I created a kit, All About That Base, with this very layout in mind!


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You could say that I’ve been interested in “scrapbooking” since I was a kid. In junior high, I joined the yearbook staff, and by high school, I was on the editorial board. I had always been a creative person, but being able to work on the school yearbook just took it to a whole new level for me.

After my daughter was born in 1998, I wanted to find the best way to organize all my photos and memories. Remembering my yearbook days, I started seeking out information on this “scrapbooking” hobby I was hearing about. I jumped in with both feet and became a Creative Memories Consultant almost immediately. It didn’t take me long to realize that I needed to spread my wings a bit, so I left CM and went on to have a successful paper scrapping “career” creating layouts for manufacturers and magazines.

I turned to digi in 2006 because I’d recently gone back to work full-time. As much as I loved scrapping, I just didn’t have the time anymore. I needed something a little more streamlined. I remember downloading a free kit and looking up tutorials for each and every little thing I wanted to do. It was worth the time though because I was hooked from my very first layout.

By 2008, I knew I wanted to try my hand at designing because my job in the orthodontic office did not allow me a lot of time with my family. I was working 12 hr days sometimes, and I knew I didn’t want to keep going at that pace. So, I asked a friend who had recently started designing for some pointers, and she was able to guide me through learning to design. I contacted Robin at Sweet Shoppe in May of that same year, and my store at SSD opened July 5, 2008! It still seems crazy to me that I would quit my job to try designing, but I’m SO glad I did! It was hands-down the best decision I’ve ever made. I love designing, and I’m so very proud that SSD has been my home all these years.

inspired

For me, a good kit name totally sets the tone for a kit. If I can come up with a name I love, designing the kit is SO much easier. I love to look at song lyrics, movie quotes, or pop culture references for ideas for that jumping-off point. Some of my favorites are Gunpowder & Glitz and All About That Base.

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Computer: I adore my laptop. She’s a year old now, and we’re still the best of friends. I call her Fiona. She is an Asus ROG G750-JZ and she runs Windows 8, has 24 GB RAM, a 17″ screen, and a 1 TB hard drive & 256GB SSD.

Program: I use Adobe Photoshop CS6 as well as Illustrator CS6

Camera: I use my camera on my phone (Samsung Galaxy S5) pretty much exclusively. I keep thinking we should look at having a “real” camera again, but I love the ease of being able to just grab my phone for a quick shot. I know I could get better quality photos with a nicer camera, but for now, this works for us.

Anything Else: I use an old Wacom Bamboo Fun tablet that I’ve had for 7 years.

tipstricks

One of my favorite things about Photoshop is that you can create shortcuts for functions you use regularly! My poor husband learned this recently when he was working on a project late into the night when I was already in bed. The next day he told me how he spent hours doing this one particular thing over and over, and I said, “Why didn’t you just create a shortcut?” Poor guy! He had no idea! To create a shortcut in Photoshop CS6, go to EDIT > KEYBOARD SHORTCUTS (alt + shift + ctrl + k), and choose the function that you’d like to create a shortcut for. Once you’ve found the function, just press the key you’d like to have associated with it. If that key is already assigned to another function, you’ll be given the option to override it or choose another key. This is something that I use just about every time I’m in Photoshop!

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The inspiration for this one came to me during a Miranda Lambert concert, believe it or not! While at the concert, I noticed so many young girls running around with denim, camo, and lots of bling. I leaned over to my husband during the show and said, “Remind me I want to do a kit called Gunpowder & Glitz!”


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The inspiration for this kit came from a contest I held over iNSD back in May. I asked people to submit their kit ideas and inspiration photos, and this was one of the winners. Once again, the kit name set the tone for me. I love the song Thinking Out Loud by Ed Sheeran, and this line just seemed perfect for the mood I was going for with this kit.


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Here are some of my favorite products by Libby Pritchett:


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


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Use code: libTDD35 to save 35% Off Libby Pritchett’s products. May not be combined with other offers. Solo products only.
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Go have a look in Libby Pritchett’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!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Inspired by Libby Pritchett

The following layouts were created using “Be Cozy” by Libby Pritchett and included in
The Digi Files during December, 2015:


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Layout by Amie. Supplies: Be Cozy by Libby Pritchett.


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Layout by Biancka. Supplies: Be Cozy by Libby Pritchett.


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Layout by Gina. Supplies: Be Cozy by Libby Pritchett.


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Layout by Lulyg. Supplies: Be Cozy by Libby Pritchett.


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Layout by Kitty. Supplies: Be Cozy by Libby Pritchett.


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Layout by Jenn. Supplies: Be Cozy by Libby Pritchett.


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Layout by Mrs Ashbaugh. Supplies: Be Cozy by Libby Pritchett.


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Layout by Saar. Supplies: Be Cozy by Libby Pritchett.


Layout by Toria. Supplies: Be Cozy by Libby Pritchett; Kawaii Clip Art Brushes from Deviant Art.

Layout by Bethany. Supplies: Be Cozy by Libby Pritchett.

Layout by JackieC. Supplies: Be Cozy by Libby Pritchett; Template by Amy Martin.

Layout by Sula. Supplies: Be Cozy by Libby Pritchett.

Layout by Anne. Supplies: Be Cozy by Libby Pritchett.

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Layout by SharonS. Supplies: Be Cozy by Libby Pritchett; Template by Jenn Lindsey; Ribbon by Scrapgirls; Fabric Style by Mommyish; Font: The Sharo.

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Layout by Lulyg. Supplies: Be Cozy by Libby Pritchett; Template by Miss Mel.

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Layout by Jacki. Supplies: Be Cozy by Libby Pritchett; Push Pins by Michelle Coleman; Fonts: Typewriter.

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Layout by JillW. Supplies: Be Cozy by Libby Pritchett.


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Layout by Heddy. Supplies: Be Cozy by Libby Pritchett; The Journey Called Life 2 by Two Tiny Turtles.