Friday, October 26, 2012

Traditional, Digital or a little of each type of Scrapbooking?

I absolutely love papercrafting and scrapbooking photos of my family and life.
 It is a joy to work with pictures, paper, accents, acrylic stamps, ribbon and many more fun products to capture my memories. But sometimes I can't take the creative mess so I use Studio j to create some digital scrapbook pages to fill out my photo albums.
One of the fun features found on Studio J (you can find this program, free, on my OBA website: Alayne.ctmh.com )is a blank page called "No Limits". This is a great place to upload 12 x 12 digital files that you create to add to your photo albums.
  If you are new to digital you might not know how to create a page from scratch. I usually use Photoshop Elements to create my "No Limits" pages. Now I have found a new (and reasonably priced) digital photo program that is easy to use and a fun way to make digital scrapbook pages. I am so excited about this software, I have found a way for you to get it too—at an affordable price. Simply go to http://www.mymemories.com/digital_scrapbooking_software and use STMMMS58008 in the promo code box on the shopping cart page! You will get $10 off the software (reduced price of only $29.95), plus you get a coupon for $10 for the MyMemories online store.

I will be giving one of these software suites away in a random draw from anyone who leaves a comment about this program on this blog, or orders one of the my memory suites using my code (STMMMS58008 ) for $10 off. It would make a great gift for you or someone you love who loves scrapbooking.
If you have any worries about using this program or creating on Studio J remember that I offer free workshop and training in my Versailles, Kentucky home on Thursday afternoons between 1:30pm and 4pm. RSVP by calling 859.421.4423 or e-mail me: Alayneswillinghands@gmail.com.
I will continue posting pictures of my Summer Europe Trip and my beautiful grand children and will show you some of "No Limit" layouts using the new My Memory suite.
Have a great week and enjoy preserving your photos of the times and people you love.
Always, Alayne

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