I was sent, your link by a fellow digital scrapper because they thought you would be one of the few that could help me out with a problem I have.
We have family that never left Norway, as did my husband's great grandparents. They write and speak Norwegian and we write and speak English. Every year we exchange Christmas cards. I used a Norwegian to English dictionary that I purchased while visiting the family in Norway. This year I put it some place safe and now I can't find it. I have been unable to replace it here in the states, so we have been unable to translate this years Christmas card.
I tried on line translation sites, they did very little to help us. Most of the words came up as missing. Please buy our software.
We did find an online dictionary which did help but we have some missing words.
Would you be willing to help me? You can email me at email@example.com
I am another mother from Norway (northern Europe).
I am quite new to the digistamping world - I just started this January. I tried my hand at "manual" scrapping, but I must admit - I am just to lazy to bring out tons of papers, cardstock, inks, stamps, tapes, cutters and all that other stuff that just annoyes me because it makes a mess and I usually get more glue on my hands and on top of every picture than under every picture.
So, I was introduced to digiscrapping. And my first responce was - pleeese! If I do not hav real paper and cardstock, it's just not worth it. But, for a challange, I tried it. And wow! was I wrong! I have been totally hooked and made more LO's the first week than I ever made with paper scrapping.
I have been lurking around your tutorials for quite a while now, and I can't get over how extreamly talented you all are. So I decided to come out of my lurkin' closet and introduce myself in the forum.
I hope to participate in a lot of your challanges and get to know you better on the forum
I have also uploaded a few LO's just to sort of introduce my scrapping style.
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