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Finding Your Way:


  • Welcome to Digi Scrapin' with Jen! Practical Advice for the {new} Digital Scrapbooker (and some tips and links for the experienced ones, too!)
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The book I would have written

  • . . . were I not too lazy to write a book. Seriously, you should read this if you want to learn about digi-scrapping.

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The Classroom in a Book for Photoshop 7.0 rocks!! :)

I can't get enough of your site! I LOVE it! I mean, my eyes hurt and I'm getting dizzy. But, I have to say, it's HUGE! There's just soo much!

OH, and you're FUNNY! I love that!

Like many others, I want to thank you for your site. You're right about there being 10 ways to do everything in photoshop. My husband uses PS everyday for his work and for pleasure and I had never used it before except to crop a few photos. He would get so upset when I asked for help when I was trying to do something but wasn't HIS way. With your webpage and the tutorials of others, I am going to take Photoshop on by myself and see what I come up with! (He really is a nice guy, he just knows way to much about Photoshop to try and help a complete newb like myself.)

thanks much for these additional site listings to view and learn from!

Lesley, my eyes are hurting too for staring at the screen for so long, but I just can't get enough of this site!

Hopefully this will help me at work, I need it.

-Slumberg

Photoshop can do so many things and I love reading about Photoshop techniques. Great reading and I will recommend this site!

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