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Thank you so much for your work! How wonderful to have this resource! Thanks again!

Jen, this is a wonderfully written - you covered all the bases. Thanks for putting this info together and sharing it with the digiscrapping public! Your blog really is a great resource for any digiscrapper. I'll be adding you to my list of links at my site!

Thanks so much for posting this Jen! This will be invaluable for new digiscrappers :)

Jen - this is such awesome information that you are sharing about designers! Being a designer myself, I SO appreciate the time and effort you have put into this site to help educate and inform the digi-community!

Thanks, thanks, and more thanks!

Very helpful post! Thanks!

I have a question about using kits to make a header for a personal blog, not for commercial use or profit. Is that OK as long as you have credits somewhere on your blog or do you need to ask permission? If it is OK with credits, is there a "proper" way to give credit? I was thinking a link to a page "About the header" where I could give credit.


Very good post Jen- all so true. The points you make about digi designers should be read by everyone! As a digi designer myself, I wish i could show this to everyone who visits my site - often people can be rude and/or overly demanding especially given they are getting my hard work for free. Its lovely when you get feedback.
Well done for this!

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