1 Down, 11 to Go

Can you believe 1/12 of 2015 is already over? I can’t! It’s been a great month and we have had such a great time showcasing all of our amazing designers. I love seeing the individual style and creativity that each designer brings. It’s not too late to grab ALL of these kits. Today is the last day, so hurry!

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

My subscription is the one thing I refuse to let go of. It provides me the best bang for my buck anywhere in digi land. Additionally, I learned so much from all the awesome articles written by your team. Thanks so much. I look forward to an amazing year of digital products from The Daily Digi in 2015. — Valerie

Wow, another great month. I am a long time member and love TDD! Thanks for a wonderful month and year. Can’t wait to see what is in store next year. — Sharon K

Another wonderful year of fun surprises meeting the designers and their various styles. Always something to challenge and stretch my thinking. — Patsy Lafferty Flowers

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

etc by Danyale

Shawna Clingerman

Katie the Scrapbook Lady

Jacque Larsen

LJS Digital Design

Sherrie Peigdon

Hat of Bunny

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Fridays Are Always Fun

Fridays are full of digi goodness, and today is no exception! Here’s what’s new this week…

Something to Blush About by Erica Zane & Libby Pritchett at SSD was made with love to add a romantic flair to your pages or simply make your photos shine with its gorgeous colors.


Jenn Labre and Wendy Page have teamed up to create this sweet new winter collab. Grab it for 20% off all weekend!


Let Us Be Adventurers by Misty Cato, is a tribute to trying new things and exploring new places.


New Textured Bit – 01, is new from Vinnie Pearce Design. Use code: ddtb15 for an extra 15% off. Expires January 31st.


Scrapping with Liz has 2 new sets of templates that will help you pull together those January photos or a special album that you might want to make. They are both 20% OFF through 2/6.


[gotta have] heart is a versatile kit from Studio Vicki Robinson for all your loving relationships! 20% off!


The State of Mind series by Queen Wild Scraps continues with New England!


Studio Flergs & Amber Shaw have their #believeinmagic first kiss is coming to Sweet Shoppe Designs this weekend. Save big on the whole collection! A must for Disney & Sleeping Beauty fans.


Meagan’s Creations and JB Studio have teamed up for this gorgeous digital scrapbooking collection, Honeymoon. Took a honeymoon to a beautiful destinaton? This collection is elegant, vintage-styled and totally romantic! Save over 50% when you purchase the bundle!


Blagovesta Gosheva has new fun collection in her Studio dedicated to artists and crafters. Show of your art! Get the kit or the whole bundle and save 45%!


New in the aA store this week is ArtsyTransfers, delivered in layered .psd format to allow clipping masks and recoloring as desired. Part 3 of the Winter layered template is making it’s debut to document all your snowy adventures. There’s also a brand new AnnaRelease sporting the theme of memorable.


Fuss Free: Be Mine 1 & 2 templates are full of hearts and flowers and make creating layouts about the loves of your life quick and easy. From single photo layouts to multiple photo layouts, you’ll find a spot for every loved one! Now through Feb 6th, if you purchase Set 1, you’ll receive Set 2 FREE! The templates are Fresh Fruit priced at 20% off for the first week of release.


Amber LaBau has a fun new collection of items that are part of the February Memory Pockets Monthly. They’re all 20% off thru Feb. 1, but if you subscribe to her newsletter, check your inbox for even greater savings!


Dunia has a new set of Lightroom Presets to make your photography stand out.


A sweet “Da-Doodly Love” kit and set of 3D journal cards for your upcoming Valentine’s Day memories! Buy the kit before 2/5 and get the journal cards FREE!


That’s it for today!

Make a Picture

In November, after seeing Traci Reed post about her Creative Live classes, I started poking around the Creative Live website. I hadn’t seen it before and I was instantly excited about all the possibilities. With the weather getting colder and the days shorter, I figured it was the perfect time to take a class. Not only would I get to learn something new, but I would finally have something to end the boredom of running on a treadmill. Each morning I would turn on the laptop, start watching, and start running. It was great.

The class I took was called Family Photography: Modern Storytelling. It was excellent for many reasons. One of the things that stuck out from the very beginning was that the teacher, Kirsten Lewis, used a phrase I hadn’t heard before. She kept saying, “make a picture” where we would normally say “take a picture.” She didn’t talk about the phrase, but her regular use of it made it clear that she thought it was important. (And from what I can tell, the phrase is probably taken from a quote by Ansel Adams, “You don’t take a photograph. You make it.”)

Her meaning was clear. Photography isn’t only about taking something that is already there and capturing it with the click of a button. While it isn’t less than that, there is so much more than can intentionally be done to capture moments.

I have thought a lot about that phrase and there are a few things I believe that set “taking a picture” and “making a picture” apart. Perhaps they are the same things that set apart a good photographer from the everyday person with a camera.

INTENTION: While I am all for spontaneous moments and working with what you have, there is definitely room for being intentional with your photography. Even if you stumble upon a moment you want to capture (rather than planning the moment), you can still make quick decisions that will affect the outcome of your photo. Angle, camera settings, lens choice, framing and cropping, editing. All of these things change the final product.

In these photos, my daughter was standing in the kitchen, doing what she does best: begging to lick the beaters. The way my kitchen is set up, all of sunlight comes in from one half of the room. When she first started in on her beater, she was facing into the kitchen and there was no light on her face. I simply put my back to the windows and called her name. She turned around, the light hit her beautifully, and I clicked.

STORYTELLING: When you are photographing something, you have many decisions to make in the moment. Like mentioned above, all of those decisions will change the outcome. One thing that is clear in “making a picture” is that you have a chance to tell a story. So, you have to ask yourself, “What is the story I am trying to tell?” When you think in those terms, it affects what you shoot and how you shoot it.

Take this photo, for example. I was photographing a family of eight a few weeks ago. It was warm for a December day and they were thrilled to get some fall-ish pictures when it was clearly not fall anymore. While the mom was talking to one of the younger kids, the oldest daughter was standing on a log. I looked down and noticed her fun toenail polish. In that moment, I knew I wanted to record it. It’s such a “slice of life” photo for a young teenage girl.


People have different ideas about editing and what it should be and what it should not be. For me, editing is a powerful tool. It’s not just a tool to fix mistakes (though it can be used in that way), but it is more to help me recreate the feeling in my heart. What I am photographing, I feel something. It is usually deep within me. I “see” something, not just with my eyes but also with my heart. When I edit, I strive to recreate that feeling. It might not always recreate the exact physical reality, but it recreates the emotional reality.

I love this picture of my oldest daughter. We had a chance to shoot with just her, and I love that we captured this moment in time. My almost-twelve-year-old is looking so beautiful and mature. I was intentional with this photo, choosing the time, location, angle, and more. But editing allowed me to recreate exactly what I saw with my heart. Here is the original photo, complete with an ugly orange cone. Editing allowed me to make a picture rather than just take one.

So what do you think? Do you see difference between taking a photo and making a photo?

A Family Photo Book Project for 2015

A Family Photo Book Project for 2015

I’ve been doing annual digital pocket albums for a few years now. Now that 2015 is here, I’m excited to start my new album! As always, some things about my project worked well and I’ll keep doing them. Other details will change to give a fresh take on the project.

Here’s what is staying the same for 2015:

Using 3×4 and 4×6 spots: There are so many amazing products sized for 3×4 and 4×6 spots that I knew I had to keep using spots in these sizes.

Keeping the same journaling font all year: In past years I’ve used a typewriter font and loved how a consistent font tied the whole set of pages together, even though I used different products and colour schemes on each 2 page spread. This year I’m choosing the classic, clean and simple Century Gothic as the journaling font for my album.

Here is what is changing:

Album Printing: I’m going to print my entire album as a 10×10 photobook rather than as individual pages. It will take up less space and I can just print out three copies at once (one for me and one for each of my kids). It will feel more like a “yearbook” and will take up less real estate on my bookshelf. With the move to photo book printing, I also added a thick white border around my pages to ensure perfect printing at the end of the year.

No more shadows: I’m going to use a totally flat photobook style this year.

A lot more white: I really want my photos to take centre stage. So, I’m using a plain white background and making liberal use of white in journaling card spots.

Free Flowing: In past years, I’ve gone week-by-week. This year, I’m aiming for roughly that, by I’m not incorporating weekly numbering in case I want to have a few pictures from one week spill over onto the next set of pages.

The first four pages of my 2015 album look like this:

Here are the left and right sides close up:

Supplies: Pocket Scraps Templates 1 by Misty Cato, Cindy’s Layered Cards: January Edition by Cindy Schneider, Document It – Papers #3 by Studio Basic

Supplies: Pocket Life ’15: January Collection by Traci Reed

My goal is to have a photo book at the end of the year that showcases my photos and lets me tell little details about our family life in 2015.

Are you doing a year-long project in 2015? Tell us about it in the comments!

Scheduling Joy: Planning your Scrapbooking

How much will you scrap this year? Carrie Arrick of the Digi Scrap Geek podcast had a thought provoking (and cool!) post where she analyzes the pages she made 2014. Carrie’s post inspired me, but I set off in a different direction. Rather than reviewing 2014, I began to plan out my scrapbooking for this year, 2015.

Now before you stop reading, I have to say something about planning.

You don’t need to plan to scrapbook. In fact, too much planning, like too much organizing and shopping can prevent you from even getting started and gaining momentum. I plan my scrapping because I want to, and for me it’s a way to make sure I put aside the time to scrap.
You don’t need to do any planning, unless you want to because it helps you make scrapping happen.

I’m happiest when I scrap and print my pages regularly. So this year, as I do most years, I am planning time to scrapbook and to print my layouts. Today I’ll share my plans for scrapping.

There’s a couple of aspects to my planning: 1. A time to scrapbook 2. Projects to scrapbook.

A time to scrapbook

As a wife, mum of three, homeschooler and business owner scrapbooking time doesn’t grow on trees. Inspiration strikes much more often then I can actually sit down to scrap! But instead of letting that worry me, I’ve chosen a couple of times a week to allocate to scrapbooking. I typically spend an hour on each layout so I use that as my basic scrapping time.

Like many scrappers I enjoy scrapbooking on Sunday and even started posting my layouts with #ScrappingSunday on Instagram and Facebook. I’d love you to join in and share your pages too!

I also set aside an hour on Wednesday to do some scrapbooking.

Throughout the year, I like to take part in Layout a Day, so I’ll add an hour of scrapbooking time each day for February and October.

Then there’s a monthly craft group I attend, where I scrapbook my memorabilia in pocket pages.

Each year I itch to try traditional project life weekly spreads, and have completed a few here and there. But if I was to commit to doing weekly Project Life style pocket scrapping, that’s all I would be able to fit in to a normal week. So that begs the question… what do I want to scrapbook?

Projects to Scrapbook

As scrapbookers, our work is never ‘finished’. There’s always one more story, day, event, moment or photo to document. I tend to scrap random pages rather than going in chronological order or even doing specific projects. You may feel motivated by ongoing projects or themed albums, so your list of projects to work on may look different than mine. I have just one ongoing project on my plate for 2015, my little Lucy’s baby book.

Baby Albums

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I have three small children, so since 2009, I’ve been working on baby scrapbook albums!

Each month for Lucy’s first year, I have been creating a page for her, as she’s 6 months now, I’ve got 7 more to do, then the cover and some collage pages to showcase more cute baby photos!

I’ll also do a page when she begins walking and for her first birthday party.

So let’s say about 10 pages for Lucy.

Recurring Pages

I said I don’t have ongoing projects, but I do like to record certain things throughout the year that my family and I enjoy looking at. With the exception of my Christmas album, they aren’t big projects, and some of them I even create on my phone with the Project Life App.

Each year I try to create:

All up this will total about 60 pages. So that means even if I have no more ideas for pages, I’ll need to scrap more than one page per week to create them all.

Layouts for fun!

2015 Emily and Edward_3600I don’t want to over-plan my layouts, so there’s leeway to scrap whatever I like. The other 40 or so layouts I create will be prompted by activities, moments or challenges that I participate in. My schedule is to allow time for the joy of creating!

What I don’t do

What I don’t do when the time comes to scrapbook is almost as important as what I do. To give you an idea, here’s what I don’t do when it’s time to scrap:

What I Do

  • Look a my list of page ideas (I write them down when inspiration strikes)
  • Open Photoshop Elements Organizer
  • Pull some photos out and edit them with Radlab if needed
  • Open my supplies catalog
  • Browse recent kit previews
  • Choose one
  • Scrapbook
  • Run a save action to save my pages for print and web
  • Upload them to the Daily Digi’s Digital Scrapbooking Flickr Group to share the inspiration!

Ready to Go?

So what do you think about planning your scrapping?

Do you use a routine?

Do you plan what pages you create?

Do you prefer ongoing challenges?
I’d love to hear how you will plan to make time for the joy of creating.

Let’s Celebrate


It’s always fun to welcome new designers to The Daily Digi! I was thrilled to go through Hat of Bunny’s store and see such fun and amazing color schemes, hand-drawn touches to her kits, and some of her Asian-inspired designs. Her contribution to The Digi Files this month is just PACKED with fun and colorful papers and elements. I know you’ll be in a party mood in no time. Let’s take a closer look at “Let’s Celebrate.”

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 Hat of Bunny’s contribution:


Layout by Vicki. Supplies: Let’s Celebrate by Hat of Bunny.


Layout by Jacki. Supplies: Let’s Celebrate by Hat of Bunny.


Layout by Rachael. Supplies: Let’s Celebrate by Hat of Bunny; Edgy & Angled 2
By Crystal Livesay; Fonts: GF Halda Normal.

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


My name is Grace. I’m from the bustling city of Hong Kong. My husband, who’s Korean, and I met in Hawaii where we both went to college. We’re now residing in Utah where he’s continuing his education. I stay at home with our little young ones; my boy is a mischievous 3-year-old, and my girl a sassy 20-month-old.



I was a participant at a scrapping contest last October, and the challenge was to use typography creatively in our layouts. I immediately knew I wanted to do a typography portrait, and that’s how I did the background. I also really like the pops of bright colors on the white background, and the little black speech bubble. All combined, it made for a really fun page to look at.

If you Google “typography portrait,” you’ll find tons of tutorials on how to achieve the look. I went an extra step and created some big words along the lines of the image, and that really emphasizes the theme.


CREDITS: Bestie and Add Ons by Karla Dudley; Best Summer Ever (background paper) by Mommyish; Cropped Round 2 Mystery Basket.


I started with digital scrapbooking, though now I want to move into doing a little hybrid. I stumbled upon the hobby when my son was born 3 years ago, and when I couldn’t find freebies I wanted, I tried making my own. That’s my start in designing! I have no formal training and it was all self-taught, so it took me a while until I was accepted at a store. I’ve now been selling my designs for about 1.5 years.


Themes. Usually my inspiration to create comes from photos I need a kit for, and I go find a color palette that will fit it. I’m also very much inspired by quotes; it’s the English major in me!


Computer: I work on a 3-year-old Samsung laptop. It runs on Intel core i5 and has Windows 7. It used to only have 4GB RAM, but I updated it a year ago to 10GB. It’s still barely enough though… I work my poor computer like a horse.

Program: I design in PS CS6, make some patterns in Illustrator CS5, and use Lightroom 4 for organizing my supplies. I also use Art Rage occasionally.

Camera: I have a Nikon P330 and I love it. It’s no DSLR, but it allows me to adjust aperture and shutter speed, and has a manual mode as well. It is compact like a point-and-shoot but also allows me some freedom in how I take my photos. As I said, I love it!

Anything Else: I have a Huion tablet… it’s a small Chinese brand, it’s cheap, and it does what I need it to do. 🙂


Two of my favorite tools in Photoshop are the Burn and the Dodge tools. They work like a brush, but instead of painting colors, the Burn tool darkens and the Dodge tool lightens. With a little practice, you can turn any flat image to look 3D. A fun way to use this is to make your own bubbles. Draw a circle, run the Burn tool along the bottom curve (depending on where the light source is), then switch to the Dodge tool and make a highlight on the opposite corner (if the shadow is on the bottom left, make your highlight on the top right). Lower the opacity of your circle, then you have a fun little bubble!


With much difficulty, I picked “Korean Wave” as my favorite. It was inspired by my daughter’s 1 year-old birthday photo. She was in a bright pink Korean dress. However, when I wanted to scrap the photo, I couldn’t find any kit that was specifically Korean (most Asian kits out there were inspired by Chinese/Japanese culture) and bright enough (again, most Asian kits out there had dark, rich colors). I decided to make my own Korean kit. I loved Korean fabric, so I looked through pages and pages of it, and finally decided on the colors. I have kept the main kit pretty theme-less, but the collection comes with a themed pack, and I drew most of the elements in that. The Korean costumes in that pack are based on the actual costumes of my kids, and that makes this kit really close to my heart.



Another Asian-themed kit, “Cherry Blossom” has been really popular since it was released last spring. One of the very first kits I made had a tree full of paper flowers in it, and I had always wanted to revamp it. I chose a more subdued palette for this kit, and a lot of people told me they liked how airy and soft the kit feels. This kit is special to me because it’s turned out exactly like how I pictured it in my mind, though it took two attempts for me to get there.


Here are some of my favorite products by Hat of Bunny:






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







Use coupon code HOB_TDD_35 to save 35% off your purchase at Hat of Bunny’s store, exp Feb 28, 2015.

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Inspired by Hat of Bunny

The following layouts were created using “Let’s Celebrate” by Hat of Bunny and included in
The Digi Files during January, 2015:


Layout by SharonS. Supplies: Let’s Celebrate by Hat of Bunny; Template by Our Misadventures; Font: Courier.


Layout by Vicki. Supplies: Let’s Celebrate by Hat of Bunny.


Layout by Jacki. Supplies: Let’s Celebrate by Hat of Bunny.


Layout by Rachael. Supplies: Let’s Celebrate by Hat of Bunny; Edgy & Angled 2
By Crystal Livesay; Fonts: GF Halda Normal.

Patchwork Memories

According to Wikipedia, Eliza Caroline “Lida” Obenchain was an American author, women’s rights advocate and suffragist from Bowling Green, Kentucky. Lida Obenchain, writing under the pen name Eliza Calvert Hall, was widely known early in the twentieth century for her short stories featuring an elderly widowed woman, “Aunt Jane,” who plainly spoke her mind about the people she knew and her experiences in the rural south.

I hadn’t heard of her before, but I came across this quote of hers and I love it.

I remember being back in high school and watching, How to Make an American Quilt. I loved the idea of quilting and telling stories. That was the same time in my life I got interested in scrapbooking and memory keeping, and I loved how much the two crafts had in common. I think it’s still true today.

As scrapbookers, Eliza’s strong sentiment still lives strong.

Patchwork? Scrapbooking? Ah, no! It was memory, imagination, history, biography, joy, sorrow, philosophy, religion, romance, realism, life, love, and death; and over all, like a halo, the love of the artist for his work and the soul’s longing for earthly immortality.

Stretching Your Stash: Star Wars Birthday Party

One of the things I have loved about learning digital scrapbooking is that it has allowed me to do so much more than just scrap. Using my knowledge and my digi stash, I have been able to create all sorts of things including educational supplies, magazine layouts, home decor, beautiful gifts, and more. With our stash of great stuff, so much is possible!

Last May, my son turned 10. We were getting ready to move (just six days later!) and he really wanted to have a party. Although it was a busy time, we decided to do it so that he could have a chance to say goodbye to all his friends.

Like many boys his age, Star Wars is always on his mind. Naturally, he wanted a Star Wars party. Having never seen the movies myself, I was a little scared. But with the help of the the internet and especially Pinterest, I knew that I could use my digi stash to come up with something fun and memorable.

First, I went searching in my digi supplies. I found an old kit by Traci Reed and Julie Billingsley (the kit is now retired…sorry!)

I also went searching for the perfect font and found Star Jedi on DaFont.

Then, after spending a lot of time on Pinterest, I got to work.

First up was the invitation. I found the wording on Pinterest and after tweaking the colors in the kit, I was happy.

After the invites were printed and delivered, there was much work to be done. I worked with my son to decide on games, decorations, and food. We were living in Indonesia and so our supplies to work with were limited, but we had a great time and pulled off a great party. I couldn’t have done it without my digi stash!

So, have you ever used your digi supplies for a party? I’d love to hear all about it!

We Love Fridays! Do You?

We love Fridays and the chance to share some new releases and specials with you. Here are some of our Friday finds for this week.

EZ Albums v.6 & 7 Bundle by Erica Zane at SSD will make your scrapping quick and EZ! This set has plenty of options to fill your album with variety while keeping a consistent look – it includes 44 12×12 templates (blocks are sized as 2×2, 3×4, 4×4 and 4×6) each saved as .PSD, .TIFF and .PNG files.


Looking for a fun new kit to scrap all of your January memories? Check out Jennifer Labre’s brand new kit, Life Captured: January! It’s so versatile and on sale through Sunday!


Scrapping with Liz has some new templates that will really help you add a special touch to your pages. Both sets are 20% OFF through 1/30/15.


Studio has teamed up with Amanda Yi this week for a bright, bold & fearless collab called “Be Bold” available at The Digital Press. Save 20% and a further 20% for newsletter subscribers.


Endings are inevitable in our lives, and Fuss Free: Hello Goodbye 1 & 2 are template sets to help you document a goodbye in your life. Journal cards built into the layout design allow for the necessary journaling that comes with fond farewells. Now through Jan 30th, if you purchase Set 1, you’ll receive Set 2 FREE! The templates are Fresh Fruit priced at 20% off for the first week. Combine the deals to get both sets for less than $4!


Yin is offering a new set of her Half-Monthly templates for documenting a year – in two pages a month! The set of 8 templates have photo spots for 15 to 16 photos each. The set is 20% off at $4 through to this Sunday!


Ever visited the rocky mountains? Then you need these templates by Queen Wild Scraps! 40% off through Jan 29th.


Record all your house moving/selling/buying experiences with this versatile new kit from Digilicious Design!


The Studio Girls are mixing it up again! Their latest Studio Mix 83: She Is Connected is a gorgeous mixed media style kit that can be used for layouts, art journals, home decor and so much more! Grab the A-side and B-side add-ons for 20% off for the first week.


Melissa Shanhun’s Photo Editing for Absolute Beginners will be on sale as part of the 2015 DIY Bundle January 21-26. The 2015 DIY Bundle is your go-to library for a whole range of carefully curated DIY and crafting eBooks and eCourses. There are projects that the whole family can get involved in – from pet photography and home decor to chalk pastels and sewing. Read more about it on Melissa’s blog.


Hi Beautiful from Misty Cato is full of happy elements and vibrant colors celebrating the beauty that shines from within every soul.


I’m working on a new aA project and would love to get your input. Please click on the image below to help me out.


Love You Always is an adorable Valetine’s Day kit great for boys and girls! Scrap everyday memories with this great new collection, now on sale at Gotta Pixel and The Digichick. Save 30% off the kit and add-on packs through January 25th, or save 40% off the bundle every day!


Amber has a fantastic new collection, perfect for documenting the things happening in your or your child’s life RIGHT NOW. A full pack of pocket cards perfect for answering all those interview questions, plus a gorgeous kit to match!


Dunia Designs is now available at a brand new store: Scrapstacks!


Sugary Fancy has a new kit this week! Like no Other is 20% off at Sweet Shoppe Designs this Saturday!


We’ll be back next week for more fabulous funstastic goodness!