Birthday Bash Challenge 4 – Go All Out!

Hello everyone!  I hope you’ve been enjoying all the amazing Birthday Bash activities this week.  I’m so excited to bring you the fourth Birthday Bash Challenge. Hold on to your hats for this one, because it’s definitely a doozy! Anyone interested in winning a Wacom Intous Medium Tablet or a $25 gift certificate to Scrapgirls.com? Want to know how to enter?  Then read on for the details . . .

 

Did you know that in addition to the fabulous array of classes here at Scrapaneers, the “Peers” also regularly post free tips and tutorials on the Scrapanners Blog?  Any time you’re looking for a new technique, or just want some inspiration, you should definitely come and check it out.  The blog posts are also organized by subject matter, so you can can find Tutorials and Inspiration each grouped in their own space.  You can explore these areas by clicking on their names in this post, or if you go directly to the Scrapaneers Blog, you will find them on the right hand side of the screen.

 

The Challenge


Now that you know about all the fabulous inspiration on the Blog, let’s talk about Birthday Bash Challenge #4.  We pulled out all the stops for this one.  You will need to put on your thinking caps, grab your computer mouse or tablet pen and create a brand new page using three (count them, three) techniques shared by the Scrapaneers Peers on the Blog.

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Birthday Bash Challenge 3 – Scraplift a Peer’s Birthday Layout

Woo Hoo! Everybody having a good time?! Can you believe all these sales, freebies and prizes?! For those of you who are just stopping by for the first time, let me sum things up for you.

 

We are having a sale on all Self-Paced Classes, we introduced The Digital Coffee Break yesterday and have given everyone free access to the first episode with the amazing Traci Reed, and Tiffany is offering a free mini class on how to restore old photos that opens for registration August 11! As if that weren’t enough, we are also hosting daily Blog Challenges that could win you all kinds of goodies. Here are the first two challenges just in case you missed them:

 

 

You can read all the details in this post. So, are you ready to learn how you can win something today? Read on, my friends, read on.

 

Today’s Challenge


 

Today I am challenging you to create and share with us a Birthday Layout. Fitting right? But you can’t just take any old layout you have laying around, you have to create a brand-spanking new layout based off of one of the following Peers’ layouts. You can choose which layout you want to lift, but this time, it must be an obvious lift.

 

Everyone who posts a link to their layout in the Birthday Bash Challenge #3 thread will be entered into a random drawing to win a $35 gift certificate to Scrapaneers!

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Birthday Bash Challenge 2 – Scraplift Traci Reed

Hi everyone! It’s Kat here, one of the Scrapaneer Peers, and I’m hosting our second birthday challenge, scraplifting one of our Scrapaneer instructors, Traci Reed. A few weeks ago, I shared my thoughts on scraplifting, so this is right up my alley, so to speak – and I hope you’ll play along.

 

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I recently interviewed Traci along with Tiffany Tillman! Check all three of us out in this FREE episode of The Digital Coffee Break videocast!

 

The Challenge


 

What do you need to do for this challenge? Scraplift a non-Project Life layout from Traci’s gallery for a chance to win a $100 gift certificate to Sweet Shoppe Designs; a second winner will receive a gift certificate to Traci’s store at Sweet Shoppe for $30. Imagine the shopping you could do!  Don’t forget to post your page in the Birthday Bash Gallery to be eligible to win!

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Happy First Birthday Scrapaneers!

Well hello Scrapaneers! We’re happy to announce that we officially turned ONE YEARS OLD today! And that means it’s time to kick off our First Annual Birthday Celebration!

 

We have excitedly anticipated this week for a long time because it’s our chance to give back to you — our amazing students — who love our classes and help us offer The Best and Most Diverse Digital Scrapbooking Classes Online!

 

We love you back!

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Adding a Glitter Style

Jen here with a quick tip to start off the month of August: adding a glitter border. It’s really simple to do once you have loaded some glitter styles, which is also simple to do. Many designers offer glitter styles (as well as many other style effects) in their shops. Today I am going to be using some from the amazing, Karla Dudley.

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Documenting Summer Vacations

I always enjoy our Summer vacations and take hundreds of photos of the places we visit. And most of them end up in the photo album I create for each vacation. I take many different photos from one subject. Overall shots, more detailed shots, I love to mix and match them so you get a good idea of how it was on the places where we spent our vacation.

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How to Create PDF Books in Lightroom

Hi! Barbara here to share a tutorial on creating a PDF book from your scrapbook pages. Did you know that if you’ve got Lightroom (LR) version 5 (I believe you can do this in version 4 as well), that with the click of just a few buttons you can turn your collection of scrapbook pages into an awesome PDF book that you can carry on your tablet or share with family and friends? Seriously, it’s a great thing!

 

I have been digi scrapping for 10+ years and only recently acquired LR. Where has LR been all these years and why didn’t someone take me aside years ago and tell me that I simply HAD to have it?! I love it! OK, you really don’t HAVE to have LR to digi scrap, but you can accomplish some pretty awesome things with it. One of those awesome things is that you can easily create a PDF book out of your photos or scrapbook pages. This is done in the BOOK MODULE. When you click around in LR’s Book Module you will see that there are lots of different things you can do. In today’s post I’m going to show you how to create a PDF book out of square scrapbook pages. If you haven’t played around in the Book Module yet, once you know how to create a PDF book you’ll probably want to try out some of the other things you are capable of doing in LR’s Book Module.

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Summer Gallery Standouts

Hello, everyone!  Rachel here to share with you some pretty pages I’ve seen recently that scream “Summer” to me.

 

When I’m looking through galleries, I cannot help but stop when I see a great summer page.  I don’t know what it is about them (bright colors, memories captured), but I have found that these are some of my favorites.

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Summer Camp Memories

It’s summertime and for a lot of us that means summer camps for the kids in our lives. It might mean vacation bible school close to home all the way up to several weeks of camping out of state. There are plenty of ways and different types of technology available to be able to document those camp stories. I found a few inspiring layouts in online digital galleries to share, too.

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Creating Summer Memories

For those of you in the northern hemisphere we are in the midst of summer. Often that means school’s out, vacations and a change of pace (sometimes slower, sometimes faster) to everyday life. So how do you create summer memories? Often there are big events in summertime such as graduations, weddings, vacations and holidays. These big events are usually well documented in photographs and have such momentous moments that it’s easy to recall these memories. But don’t forget the small things of summer too.

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How’d She Do That? Using Replace Color

Lisa here again and today I am sharing an easy way to customize elements to coordinate with your color scheme. Most of the time when I’m creating a scrapbook layout, I’m not terribly concerned with particular colors and matching. But this layout capturing my daughter’s college graduation is one of those that I wanted to maintain the color theme along the lines of her school colors: red, blue, and white.

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Summer Bucket Lists

Hey everyone and happy Fourth of July to those in the States!  You know it’s officially summer when the calendar turns to July, so I thought I’d start us off with a post about scrapping your Summer Bucket List. 🙂  Bucket lists are one of my favorite journaling techniques and seasonal bucket lists are just plain fun by definition.  Are you ready to explore the different approaches to creating Summer Bucket Lists?  Then let’s get started!

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