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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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Indeed ... why not you! It is lookin' GREAT so far! Well done!!!

Hey Jen!! This is awesome!! You never cease to amaze me!! I'm very excited about this! It may be a while before I actually start digi-scrappin' (I still need to get the paper scrappin' down first), but it's good to know that I definitely have somewhere to go for tons of info!! You rock!!

Jen - what i've seen so far here is totally awesome. it's patently obvious that you've invested a huge amount of time thinking, planning, researching, writing, organising and publishing this site. your work here is fantastic - congratualtions and well done on a massive effort.

YOU ROCK! Thank you! I love your blog already and I haven't even gotten into the "meat and potatoes" of it yet.

Hi Jen, Happy Wednesday. Here I am again. Will try to stop back often.

The song playing in my head as I continue to click on your amazing Digiscrap blog/how-to site: Hey I come, to save the day! Remember, from Mighty Mouse? SOmetime I sing it to Cameron: Here I come to spank your butt! Of course I don't spank him, I say it as a joke.

JEN! This is awesome! Over 14,000 - that's over double from when I first checked out your site! Like, a month ago maybe? Tops. I think this rocks!

Are you bouncing off the walls yet? Your site rocks! I am so happy for you!

Hi! I just happened upon your site from Katie the Scrapbooking Lady's newsletter and have spent the last hour browsing it. I think digi-scrapping is for me. Thinking...Christmas gift from hubby. So...if I have a computer and regular printer...what else do I need? I was thinking Adobe Elements 4.0 (didn't see photoshop 7.0 on their website). Would I also need a special printer and/or scanner to print out 12x12 pages?

Jen,
I think your site is amazing. Yuu are a great link to everything digital and I am using your site to learn so much.Thankoyu.

I googled digiscrapping and up you came, top of the list!!! I so want to learn digiscrapping but have been unable to find anything that I could understand!! I am hands on and have to try it myself to "get" it!! I have photoshop Elements4.0 and I have the feeling you are just what I need! Thank you so much for your help in advance!!!

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