Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Question for Scrapvillians....

I have been noticing that a lot of designers aren't designing kits, so much as one or two elements packaged together that can be recolored. You can get a multi piece kit with backgrounds for $5 or get a set of bows or a bow that can be recolored for $5. What do you think? Which is the better way to go when purchasing digital scrapping supplies? How much is too much to pay for a personal use kit or element? Let me hear from you.

Tuesday, November 27, 2007

Win a free book, DVD with 13 digital scrapping kits & other cool stuff

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Not feeling lucky, or want to preorder? Click here to order from
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Click here view Glenda Ketcham's Binzer's Backpack at Digitals

For Shawn, Lori, and Chris...

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Monday, November 26, 2007

Glenda gets published

The two kits shown in the graphic below were especially created for the new “Picture Yourself Creating Digital Scrapbooks” book, now available for pre-order from Amazon - just click here to get it now. These kits are provided as part of the book in the accompanying DVD.

This DVD contains 13 kits from 7 designers:
• Angela M. Cable
• Doris Castle
• Glenda Ketcham @ Digitals
• Lauren Bavin
• Lie Fhung
• Roberta D'Achille
• Terry Maruca

The DVD also contains brushes from designers at Digital Scrapbook Pages (Digitals), fonts from Larabie, Kingthings, Melissa Baxter, Miss Tina, Robin Rowlands, Hoodsy and from the authors, Sally Beacham and Lori Davis: assorted plugins and utility demos, Paint Shop Pro scripts, other miscellaneous scrapping stuff and some tutorials.

About the Book
“Picture Yourself Creating Digital Scrapbooks”
By Lori J. Davis, Sally Beacham

This book is written for the novice digital scrapbooker and the experienced paper scrapbooker who wants to dive into digital. It’s also designed to be inspiration for the intermediate or experienced digital scrapbooker, who can peruse the layouts by our featured designers and their creative teams, and use the book’s resource DVD contents in their own unique way.

Written in an easy-to-follow and highly visual format, the book teaches the reader step-by-step how to create beautiful scrapbooks using their digital camera, computer, and basic graphics software.

The accompanying DVD includes sample layouts, page kits, brushes, fonts, and application-specific tutorials to help the reader create professional-quality printable and digital scrapbooks at home.