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January 15, 2008



You should check out Jessica Sprague's site for Photoshop online classes (digital scrapbooking & photo editing) or just her Photoshop Fridays!! I highly recommend them.
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Hey, if I lived in Calgary I'd offer to pick them up from Costco and mail them to you! Does the one in Red Deer print that size?


What a nice layout! I want to give this a whirl one of these days. I have seen some companies lately that will print out digi-scrap pages and bind them into a classy coffee table style book, kind of like a year book. I knew I would never be happy with printing out my own pages...and am inspired now. TFS!


I have been enjoying your blog for awhile and have not commented - which I should have because I do find your cards very beatiful.

I had to write today because I have to tell you the trick to building a double page digital scrapbook page. Make your paper 24x12 so you can see and work on both pages at the same time. When you are finished, crop the page to 12x12 and save it with a different name and then go back to the original and crop the other side 12x12.



What a beautiful layout! Your hard work was definitely worth it!

Roberta Noddin

Your scrapbook is so beautiful match the color with boy's pajmas. You are so very talent. I always enjoy to see your talent work. Thank you for your sharing.


cool page! and what cute boys you have! TFS!


I have not used this program much, but I have found with others that by placing a "spacer" (such as a 1 inch tall block) to show where my objects should go is very helpful. You can then remove the spacer when everything is where you want it to be. Hope that is helpful and will work in your program.

Lynn Mercurio

Good for you for even trying the whole digi thing. It's been a long time since I have scrapbooked, but when I do...I enjoy all the touchy-feely things that I add...I'm all about texture. Your page turned out really nice...even if it did take you a while to do!

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