Fridays are full of fun here at The Daily Digi. We share all the good stuff going on in digiland. These are NOT paid advertisements, these are simply the digi goodies we have found that we love to share. We know our readers love them too and we appreciate all the nice comments we always get about the effort we put into doing the footwork for you so you have more time to scrap! That’s what The Daily Digi is all about!
The Paperclipping Digi Show was so much fun this week. Peppermint Granberg and Lynette Penacho joined Steph, Izzy, and me (Katie) for a great discussion about doing (and not doing) Project 365. We came up with a lot of creative ways to approach the picture a day concept and also discussed several other alternatives. One of my favorite segments of the show is the “picks” because I always learn about something new. We are gaining new listeners every week and we hope you will join in the fun!
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This article of 53 Weekly Themes for Your 2011 Project 365 from Digital Photography School goes along nicely with what we talked about on the Paperclipping Digi Show this week (#31 Like a Monkey on a Cupcake). It includes a list of 53 weekly photography prompts to inspire you throughout the year. Did you know that 2011 has 53 weeks? Because January 1st fell on a Saturday, it added an extra calendar week to the year!
I’ve had my eye on Liz Tamanaha’s (Paislee Press) 16×20 calendar so I was thrilled to see that all her 2011 Calendars are on sale thru January 17th. Hooray!
I love the title of this beautiful new kit by Jennifer Labre – Olive Juice. So pretty and it’s on sale for 20% off!
Traci Reed has this awesome “Unofficially Me” kit coming out tomorrow at Sweet Shoppe Designs. Their prices are always marked down on the day of release.
I love buying templates in bundles and these new ones from Scrapping with Liz look wonderful! Great deal also!
I am so happy to see this wonderful kit of inclusion from Wimpy Chompers. Very Special Kid is 20% off this weekend.
Karla Dudley has a free kit, a chance to win another kit and dollar kit + her whole store is 25% off! Modern Marvel is one of my favorite Karla kits – it was once featured in The Digi Files so if you missed it back then, now’s a good time to pick it up!
Daily Digi readers can save 20% on Misty Cato’s latest release, Snow Bright. Perfect for all you snowy fun pages. Use coupon code tddsnow at checkout. Offer expires 1/21/11.
Who doesn’t love a good clearance sale? Jennifer Fox is retiring a bunch of products and they’re all 60% off. Some are even $1!
I was so fascinated when I hear Pamela talk about the Anybook reader on the Paperclipping Digi Show. How would you like to WIN one to use with your own scrapbooks? Pamela Donnis is giving away an Anybook Reader to one lucky blog commenter. Visit her at Keeping Life Creative to enter. Giveaway closes Monday, January 17th.
Do you need to get away? I know I could use a Digi Scrap filled fun vacay! Check out all the info in the Scrap Orchard forum for more details.
Cindy Schneider has FREE template on her facebook page. So fun!
After 5 Designs has a category in their shop of great $2 “shots” – what a bargain!
I just had to share this awesome tutorial over on The Lilypad blog! Learn how to do “weaving” of embellishments on a digital scrapbook layout to add a a more realistic look to your pages. Fabulous!
Ok, now I’m officially ready for the weekend. Hope you have a great one!
P.S. Here are the random winners chosen from yesterday’s post and the memories they shared. Each of you won $10 from one of the designers featured yesterday! Check your email!
Corinne and here’s here favorite memory:
A family celebration weekend for an 80th birthday, 50th Wedding and 25th Wedding Aniversaries, which brought folks from UK and Aus to NZ.
bananasandrice who said:
One of my favorite memories from 2010 was re-entered the US after 2 years and my 5 year old son was so thrilled at the airport to learn that the water fountains wouldn’t make him sick, and they were cold, and they were free. He was elated.
Wenche Sterling and her favorite memory:
My mom coming for a visit. She was here for a bout a month, and since she lives 5000, yes, five thousand, miles away, we don’t get to see her very often.
Brittney/milmomma who said:
My favorite memory from 2010 is seeing my son so happy to start Kinder in the fall. He is my oldest and first to go to school.
Noelle’s favorite memory is:
One of my favorite memories – we had a family reunion in August and it was great fun! I got to see relatives I had not seen in years and met many in my extended family!