Chalk it Up


Sometimes I forget—now that I have a TEENAGER—that I still have little people in my house and the scrapbook pages featuring them are lacking. I love when kits like Wimpychompers Chalk It Up, remind me of the little ones and all the stories of their that need to be told. From the fun colors to the adorable little people, this kit is going to be perfect. I know you are going to love it!

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 Wimpychompers’s contribution:


Layout by Toria. Supplies: Chalk it Up by Wimpychompers; Lightroom Minimals (template) by Studio Wendy.


Layout by SharonS. Supplies: Chalk it Up by Wimpychompers; Template by Fiddle Dee Dee; Blender by Scrapgirls; Fonts: CK Painterly, The Sharon.


Layout by Trina. Supplies: Chalk it Up by Wimpychompers; Set 160 (template) by Cindy Schneider.


Layout by SharonS. Supplies: Chalk it Up by Wimpychompers; Template by Scrapping With Liz; Fonts: Noteworthy, KG Tangled Up In You.


Layout by SharonS. Supplies: Chalk it Up by Wimpychompers; Fonts: Spokane, Stamp, Always In My Heart.

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


I am Christina Anderson, 35 years old and married to my sweetheart for almost 16 years (yikes) and we have three beautiful kids. I live in the desert of Southern California (although wish we were somewhere else) because we are near family for the kids. I am a photography major at the moment and will have my Bachelors in Digital Photography in February of 2017 (I can’t wait!)



This is a sample of a personal project created for my fashion and form class. I put together all of the clothing (sadly I didn’t sew any of the gorgeous dresses but did put it all together). It was a hard task but I was very proud of this. I definitely recommend we go for our dreams, this was a shoot I wanted to do for a long time and it was fun to see come together.


Yellow Canary Photography photo shoot- ‘For the Birds’


Many years ago I was in forums online and was intrigued by the digital signatures in the bottom of people’s profiles. This was before digital anything was a huge hit and I just had gotten my first digital camera (so what, 11 years ago now). I hunted down tutorials and ways to make it happen for myself, and more or less learned to design. I swore I wasn’t going to be a digital scrapbooker but with two babies I was really losing any hope of getting paper scrapping done anytime soon. lol. I finally caved in and started digital scrapbooking but this was only after I was designing. I have not looked back since then and have been doing this for around 9 years now I believe?


Seasons, holidays, clothing, textures, etc. There is inspiration all over Pinterest and while my kits rarely have a title I always have an idea of where I want it to go.


Computer: I use an ASUS laptop on my couch… lol. Honestly, I don’t know these things.

Program: Illustrator and Photoshop (both from Adobe) are my go to programs

Camera: I currently use the Nikon D7100 with a battery grip but look forward to upgrading when I complete my degree in the spring. I do love my camera however. 🙂

Anything Else: I do have the wacom tablet but need to learn how to use it better!


Photography Tip- don’t have your subjects stare into the sun. SO many people argue this is the best lighting and for some it might be (especially in beautiful evening lighting). Have them turn away and have the sun behind them if you can, or move them to a shady spot if it scares you (and then the camera won’t be confused on exposure if it is in automatic mode). I always hated photos were we were all squinting, it hurts like heck for those in the photos!


This is my favorite because I made it for my mom. She grew up with a raggedy ann and andy but due to a fire in their home lost her beloved doll as a child. I have purchased one for her for Christmas one year but of course this kit spoke to me. My grandparents always sang the “I love you, a bushel and a peck” song and my Grandpa even sang it at her funeral so it was sentimental all the way around. I definitely love the colors and everything about this one.



This was inspired by the Teal Pumpkin project, one that allows people who have children with sensory/health/allergy problems to know that the house where the pumpkin is placed is passing out things other than candy. This is a huge relief to parents who know that candy would be wasted on their child (my oldest son included).


Here are some of my favorite products by Wimpychompers:






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







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