In this issue
Letter from Team Digital - Mars Olson
DSP has just gone through some of the big contests with Trendsetters in August, the Digital Elite Team contest (DET) in September and New Kids on The Block (NKOTB) is currently running during October. These challenges turn our attention to creating the best layouts we can. Sometimes we look at layouts in the gallery and aspire to scrap like that. There are times we think there is something not quite right with one of our layouts and wish we could figure out what it is. We might even get bored with our scrapping style and want new ideas. A good way to learn and improve is to ask for help in the form of Constructive Criticism (or CC). There are several ways to get CC at DSP.
One of the best places to get CC is to sign up for DSU 190 or DSU 290 at the Digital Scrapbook University. These classes offer excellent lessons on creating layouts and expert advice on how to make them better.
If you are a beginner, the New Kids on the Block (NKOTB) contest is all about receiving CC on your layouts. The NKOTB forum with more information is here: What is NKOTB? If you want CC from some of the most advanced scrappers on the site, you can post a layout in the DET or DET Alumni CC threads here: Elite Critique - get advice from the Alumni! or here: Ask the DET.
Another great way to get CC on your work is to participate in the member-run DET Boot Camp. Anyone can take part and learn by receiving and giving CC. You can also ask for CC on a layout by posting a request anywhere at DSP, for example, in forums such as Inspiration and Support or Step-It-Up. There are many wonderful talented people at DSP who are willing and able to help.
When you request CC, there are a few hints on receiving it and what to be prepared for when you ask. First of all, remember that the person giving it is trying to be helpful and putting time and effort into studying your work so please do not take suggestions as being critical. Saying a word of thanks is always appreciated. Also on that note, do not give CC if it is not requested.
Try CC that is offered and see if you like it. You do not have to use every idea, but consider that often the design suggestions have some merit, particularly from experienced scrappers. Many of the suggestions will be basic design rules, keep them in mind and use them for other layouts.
Finally, try to help out others that request CC. There are a lot of scrappers that need and want help. You don't have to be an advanced scrapper to offer advice. You will benefit yourself by analyzing a layout to see what works and what doesn't and you will start noticing more ways to improve your own work. Above all, remember that scrapping should be a fulfilling expression of your own creativity. Have fun!
Forum Mod, Events Mod
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New to DSP?
New Member Information:
Are you new to digital scrapbooking or new to DSP? Join Digital Elite Team (DET) members Sands and Mars for a New Member Chat. The chat is every other Friday at 10 pm EST (9th, 23rd October) - You'll find all the information here.
Here is a wonderful opportunity to ask questions about DSP and digital scrapbooking. Whether it’s a question about navigating the site or how to get started, someone will be on hand to give you the answers.
Posting Your First Layout:
Are you thinking about posting your first layout? There's a special first layout challenge each months for you. Post your first layout to DSP this month and you may be a random winner for a free page kit!! You'll find all the information here.
What’s Going On
If you need to know what is going on, you need the What's happening at DSP thread or the Calendar.
Welcome to DSP! We know you will love it!
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Breast Cancer Awareness (BCA) Crop!!
Keep your eyes out in the forums for the BCA Crop. Each year, DSP. sponsors a BCA event to raise funds for the Susan G Komen passionately pink for the cure outreach. Plots and plans are in the works - so keep an eye out for more information.
By the time this newsletter reaches you, we will have announced our new DET. Find the thread HERE to see who won!
Click HERE to find out more about our Digital Elite Team (DET) and our current members and HERE to see the amazing layouts they always produce.
New Kids on the Block (NKOTB) Contest:
The New Kids on the Block contest is a wonderful place for new scrappers to stretch their wings and get some great constructive suggestions on their layouts! There are free kits and opportunities to earn prizes. Signups began on September 16th and by the time you read this the contest will have begun.
Find out more about our New Kids on the Block contest. If you are not such a new kid anymore, please join in on the comments and suggestions for the layouts in October.
Missed ‘em Mondays and MORE:
Keep your eye out in the store for some really interesting sales, like “Missed ‘em Mondays.”
Missed 'Em First time around?
Here's your chance to grab some old but still great DSP products from past years by at great discount prices.
Discount varies according to the release date of the product.
Each month there will be a Missed 'Em Monday Sale where you can delve into history and grab some great bargains
Watch out for a Something Spooky in the store during Halloween and...
"... be careful in the galleries towards the end of the month - you might get SPOOKED, tricked, or even treated!"
WACOM with DSP Inside!:
Wacom introduces the new line of Bamboo products with multi-touch and pen input. Use finger taps and hand gestures to navigate and perform simple commands like zoom, scroll, rotate and more. Or pick up the pressure-sensitive pen for precise control to edit photos, make sketches and mark up documents in your own handwriting. No matter how you use your
computer, it just got a whole lot easier. http://touch.wacom.com
And Bamboo Craft has DSP INSIDE!!!
Bamboo Craft is designed specifically for the interests of hobbyists and crafters who benefit from Pen Input, along with the comfort of Multi-Touch for navigation. Bamboo Craft includes valuable tools for memory keeping and art projects, including inspirational ideas, a training DVD, creative software and much more. http://www.wacom.com/bamboo/bamboo_craft.php
A few of the great resources inside the Bamboo Craft:
- Software DVD (containing Adobe® Photoshop® Elements 7.0 Win/6.0 Mac, Corel® Painter Essentials 4.0, Nik® Color Efex Pro 3.0 WE3)
- DVD with 26 scrapbooking lessons from Jane Conner-ziser and a library of digital craft embellishments (FROM DSP!)
- Offer for free 8" x 8" photo album from Shutterfly
- Offer for free online store from Café Press
- Offer for free one-year subscription to Scrapbooking & Beyond Magazine
- Offer for free online training with DigitalScrapbookPlace.com
Be sure to watch the videos of the great touch features. You'll love them!
You might even find more surprises from DSP inside the box!
See the DSP Forum HERE
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Some Useful Links:
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Are you a member of the club?
October 2009 Club Digital
Whether you need the Warm Memories Page Kit for your Autumn or heritage pictures or the Tassies Pocket Page Kit for fun and playfulness, there’s a never ending wealth of variety in this month’s Club Digital. The Oopsie Doopsie Font and Tiny Silver Alpha are ideal for titles and journaling and the Leaf Stories Word Art is unique, poetic and perfectly suited to the season. The Autumn Memories Overlay and With Love Quick Click are fabulous for an impressively quick and stylish layout and finish any out off with the Stamped Stamps. Club Dig is a deal not to be missed!
Club Digital now comes in a choice of resolutions - Choose 200ppi or the new 300ppi version when you download.
This months content includes
- Warm Memories
- Tassies Pocket
- Autumn Memories Overlay
- Tiny Silver Alpha
- Stamped Stamps
- Leaf Stories Word Art
- Oopsie Doopsie Font
- With Love Quick Click
Club Digital is the hottest club in town! Get your monthly fix of the best digital scrapbook products for an incredible price! Something to suit every style and level of digital scrapper!
Club Digital includes two page kits, one plopper or overlay, a quick click template, an alphabet, some wordart, a font, and png stamps! And there's more! We now include an exclusive store saving coupon just for Club Digital customers. Not only are you saving by being a member, but you receive a coupon that increases your value savings! On top of that, you can can enter an Club Digital exclusive challenge just for members (with great prizes)!
Over $27 in value for the incredible price of only $5.99/month or even less with a longer subscription! Club Digital is just $17.97 for three months ($5.99/month), $33.00 for six months ($5.50/month), or $59.88 for a full year ($4.99/month)!
Club Digital now comes in 2 resolutions. Choose either 200ppi or 300ppi from the drop down box to select your choice of resolution.
When you purchase, you are automatically entered in to the following drawings:
Buy a 3 month subscription and go into the draw to be upgraded to a 6 month subscription
Buy a 6 month subscription and you might win an upgrade to a 12 month subscription
Buy a 12 month subscription and your name will go into the draw for a $30 coupon for the DSP store.
Welcome to the club!
Here is a selection of layouts created by the DSP Team Digital using this months Club Digital Selection.
Click here to find out more about Club Digital
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Featured Designer - Erica Beltonn
October already! Finally the long wait for spring has arrived! Reaching this milestone in our calendar generates a lot of excitement for me because it means the beauty of nature’s new growth and warmer weather is on its way. But I know that for the many of you the month of October signals the coming of autumn, with the beautiful rich colours of red and gold, warming hearths and shorter days.
Looking back over the past few months of 2009, I find I have a lot of happy memories to be grateful for. Very early in the New Year I was invited to become a senior designer with DSP, this was such an honour and one that I accepted in a heartbeat. May was a very busy month with the excitement of getting to meet some of the DSP members from down under in Surfers Paradise and Auckland. One of the highlights of that month for me was meeting Margie and Allen for the first time and those few hectic days of both the crops were such fun and one that I hope I can repeat again in the future. July, our mid winter, brought a welcome family holiday in the Bay Of Islands, where I got to spend quality time with my son and grandson. Which brings me to now, wondering what the last part of 2009 will bring. I do know that I will be happily entertaining my niece from Britain for all of October and continuing to feel blessed that I am part of your lives if only in a small way with the designs that I create.
So here’s wishing you all a wonderful close to 2009 and hope that we can all look forward to a brighter future in 2010.
Senior Designer DSP
Click here for Erica’s Team Digital Bio
Click Here for Erica’s Personal Gallery
Click Here for Erica’s ‘Everyday Events’ Challenges
Click here for Erica’s ‘Everyday Events’ Gallery
Click here for All Erica’s kits
Earn prizes and have fun with the Featured Designer Challenge! where you can earn these great items scrapping with Erica’s kits
(Be sure to check the bottom of the newsletter for a special freebie from Erica to our newsletter readers!)
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Upcoming 2009 DSP Crops and Events
Don’t forget, if you are planning a get together to put it in the Gathering and Support forum. There’s nothing like meeting DSPers in real life to learn new things, take great pictures and have a good laugh! Check out these upcoming gatherings!
October 3rd, Melbourne, Australia (If only we all had tickets!)
December 4,5,6 San Antonio, Texas, It sounds as though plans are in great shape. The lights and the river will make a great combination for photos- but I’m not so sure about the helmet hair!
Please check n the Gathering and Support forum if you are interested in any crops that may be happening in your area.
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Member Spotlight: Jenny a.k.a. dagwood
DSP Member Spotlight for October is dagwood – real name Jenny – but fondly called Daggs by her DSP friends.
Jenny says she is always learning and loves to try new techniques, but not sure she has a particular style. “I love to blend, and I use masks on nearly every layout that I do. Then again I still lean towards the older paper style, with cut, chalked and torn edges with heaps of stitching and big titles.
“I get a big kick when my friends find out it’s a digital LO and not a paper one. I print most of my pages and prefer a double page layout in an album, with multiple photos and journaling about the day.”
A family girl at heart, Jenny says her family and travels provide her inspiration, and for someone who describes herself as “easy going, laid back, a bit lazy - you should see the dust bunnies under the desk” we certainly know that is far from the truth when it comes to her gallery, which certainly gathers no dust with stunning layouts pouring in.
Congratulations Jenny. Thank you for being our member spotlight. Be inspired by Jenny’s Gallery, read more about her HERE then share the inspiration by taking part in the Scraplift the Spotlight challenge for October.
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It's Shop Time!
My Memories Suite:
My Memories Suite is a premium digital scrapbook application that allows users to make beautiful scrapbooks that can be enhanced by music, narration, video, and the Internet. Create digital albums in minutes using one of many designer templates, or design your own pages using page kits (click here for a tutorial). Share your albums as beautiful hard bound books, print individual pages, watch them on a DVD, or view them on the computer as an interactive CD. You can even share them on an iPod or turn your pages into printed greeting cards that can be mailed directly to family and friends. The robust features of the software provide the graphic tools to make beautiful digital photobooks, while at the same time keeping all your memories—your pictures, videos, and music—preserved in one place.
It is the ideal tool for the beginning scrapbooker who wants to get started and create some awesome albums AND the sophisticated scrapper who wants to create something a little different and very special.
Shop Time Inspiration
It’s time to SHOP… let’s get those baskets at the ready.
We are over half way through the year and what have you scrapped? The good news is that there are four month’s left in the year and that’s lots of time to tell the story of what has been happening in your life. It is not too late to participate in Project 365. Check out the forum and the gallery for loads of great inspiration. There is also a wonderful Project 365 category in the store.
Did you know you can do a search for any color you want, it's so easy to find just the right products when you do a color search. Search for product for your project by color. Or search for black to support for our inspiration color for October.
Have you checked out the themed categories lately, you’ll find lots more kits plus some awesome word art, ploppers, alphas and wow – loads more ideas. Here’s the theme for our inspiration event Halloween, perhaps you might find some inspiration for our relationship, Dads, in the Father’s Day section. Not to mention that Fall is just around the corner and school has just begun! It’s always really great to have some general page kits that can be used for just about anything!
Gift Certificates Send anyone the perfect gift!! Gift Certificates are a wonderful way to say - Happy Birthday, Merry Christmas, I Love You, or even Just Because!
Did You Know...
...you can get to the store by typing shop.dsp.me in your browser URL bar? Get to the store even faster!
Do you love the product you just purchased and want to tell others? Please consider doing a review ... pass the good word along! We love to hear from you.
Featured Product - Fresh ‘n New Mega Kit
Designed for small babies and charming children, there’s a touch of mischief and delight in the beautiful pastels and charming elements of this fresh and dainty mega kit. With the freshness of spring and the warmth of a baby’s breath - this kit has appeal on all levels. Don’t wait - scrap with it today. Click on the link to get it today!
Fresh ‘n New Mega Kit - Downloadable
Also featured for the fall, we have this wonderful Scraps of the Season CD
Scraps of the Season - Falling For You - Downloadable
Scraps of the Season - Falling for You
This CD is packed full of kits to help you scrap Autumn, Halloween and Thanksgiving
- Bountiful Blessings
- Cinnamon Spice
- Fallen Leaves
- Golden Season
- Halloween Grunge
- Hey Turkey
- Its Autumn
- Jump into Fall
- Kooky Ooky
- Let the Boo Get to You
- October 31st
- We are Thankful
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Inspiration for New and Advanced Digital Scrappers!
Digi-Scrapper Inspiration by Mandy
Back To Basics - Finding Focus
Look through a gallery at DSP. Often the layouts with strong gallery appeal, those that make you click on the thumbnail to see more, are the layouts with a strong focal point, and a good starting point for inspiration is a visit to the Hall Of Fame at DSP.
Focal Point is a term you hear often in terms of design. A focal point on your layout is the item or group of times that strongly attracts the eye, and most often it will be the photograph on the layout, but it could also be an element or journaling or a cluster of these. The focal point is what attracts the eye, holds its interest and gives it a point to rest. Without a strongly defined focal point, the eye moves on… in a gallery it would mean skipping over the one layout and moving on to the next one.
So what makes a focal point stand out? People are attracted to color and contrast, but size is also a dominating factor that can catch the eye and hold its focus. Look at evergreen100s layout: These Eyes Are. Look at the position of the eyes, notice cropping to exclude other features, use of dramatic black and white and contrast make this one outstanding layout in any gallery!
Your focal point will be the starting point of your layout. Is it the photo, and if so where does it ‘sit’ best on the layout? Try moving the photo around, from top left to bottom right, and in the center. Are the subjects eyes looking in a certain direction, is the person walking in a direction, are there pathways, or other leading lines real or invisible, that guide the eye along the page.
You want to draw people ‘into’ the page so that the photo, journaling and elements are connected; the viewer should feel that the layout flows from left to right, and not be left feeling the focal point is ‘disconnected’ and flowing off the page – for example where a person in a photo is gazing off the page to the side. Often you will find that some of the best positions on the layout fall clearly within the Rule of Thirds, but the focal point may have to move up or down to accommodate elements, for weight or balance.
Once you have positioned your photograph or other focal point, it is time to design around it. Choose a color scheme and theme that echo or reinforce the focal point in some way, to give the layout cohesion. Your choice of backgrounds and elements should enhance that eye-catching effect of your focal point rather than detract or compete with it.
For inspiration look at Melissa’s Noble Hearts (above left) where the relatively small photograph is still clearly the strong focal point. Other examples that stand out are MurlieMac’s Grandma Lillian (above center) and Klamb1111’s Beautiful Blessing (above right).
Blending and fading a photograph contrasted to the focal piece can create a stunning focal point, look at Come walk with me by wuvie (below left) and Time to Go by evergreen100 (below center).
Breaking the rules – sometimes breaking the rules makes a design all that more striking…
For example look at PQ Fran’s Erin (Layout Nature Fascination) where the girl is looking off the page to the side, and her position is towards the edge of that page. Look at the use of coloring on the photograph – doesn’t it remind you of some old master’s painting or statue? It is indeed a work of art.
Digi-Scrapper Inspiration by Meg
Quick Gift Toppers
Sorry to scare you, but the holidays are coming fast! From Halloween to the New Year we give out treat bags, baked goods, and gifts for everyone from teachers and mail carriers to (of course) our family. And sometimes, I admit, I can be found making and packaging these gifts the night before they are due to be given out. So, what's a procrastinating, yet resourceful, digital scrapper to do at the last minute? Create adorable (and easy) gift toppers, of course!
Most plastic sandwich or snack bags are very close to six inches wide. The perfect width for designing with 4 x 6" photo paper! Choose a kit that fits your occasion, open a horizontal canvas, and fill it with a background. Then add text, word art, and elements on the lower half of the canvas and print out your design onto 4 x 6" photo paper. Using a bone folder or the back of a table knife, along with a ruler, create a crease on the back side of your printed paper. (Normally, you would create the crease on the outside of the paper, and fold away from it, but when using photo paper, you want keep implements away from the printed side, so as not to tear or crack it.)
Gently roll the paper in half along your crease, again not rubbing the printed side or putting too much pressure on it. Staple it to the top of your goodie bag and you're done!
If you're distributing a lot of baked goods this year, save yourself a couple of steps and give them away in the pans they were baked in. Small aluminum baking pans can be found in most grocery stores. Bake your bread, brownies, or other baked goods in these pans and allow them to cool completely. Measure the open top of the pan to figure out the dimensions you'll need for a cover (the one in the picture above was approximately 4.5 x 5.5"). Open a canvas in your scrapping program at the necessary size and create a design to fit the gift. Don't forget to add a personal message and/or information about the treat within. Print your design onto card stock weight paper and cut to size. When your pans have cooled, place the custom designed cover on top and fold over the sides to keep it on. Then, mail your yummy baked goods to me! Okay, just kidding, but be sure to deliver your gift as soon as possible, so the recipient can enjoy the food while it's still fresh. This is not an airtight seal and not intended for long-term storage.
Gift toppers are great for any small present, not just sweet treats. The same fold over approach you used for your goodie bags can be duplicated for any style of bag.
For this gift, the bag is a colorful lunchbag which is, again, very close to six inches in width. Use a 4 x 6" canvas and create your design just like you did before, with the majority of the decorative elements on the lower half (this will be the front when folded). Print, trim if necessary to fit the width of the bag, crease and fold. You can use staples again to attach it, if you like, or play with other methods. To copy this example, add a bit of ric rac and quickly run it through the sewing machine. (Be sure to load the bag before sewing it closed!) You're done! And you have an elegant looking, but oh-so-simple gift to share. Happy holidays!
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Artful Activities: Creating Moments into Memories
When you first join DSP you want to devour every little bit of information there is and it seems a bit overwhelming at first but the absolutely best place to visit first off is the 'What's Happening' page, it's packed with useful information to help you choose to participate in a designer run challenge or contest or make a date to be at one of our awesome chat session. To find out the daily and weekly fun at DSP check out the calendar of activities, there's never a dull moment at DSP and you're sure to find something to your taste to challenge you artistically
Keep watching for other upcoming events in October...
Contests, Challenges and Chats
- Designer Exclusives: Our Designers are the best there are and they are really generous, if you enter one of their challenges you’re more than likely to receive a chat and/or posting bonus just by using their nominated kit for the challenge. You have nothing to lose and everything to gain – like more stash for less bucks with these great challenges.
- Inspiration Station (IS News)
This is a call to all dedicated DSP scrappers to ‘strut your stuff’ and inspire us with your creations. Just choose any or all of the calls for layouts the current month and you could be showcased in our Newsletter or Blog. We have a few rules so check them out and then join in the fun. Check out the current edition of Inspiration Station News or here for Previous Issues
- Calls for October will include:
- Color - Black
- Event - Halloween
- Relationship - Dads
- Style / Trend - Fantasy
- Club Digi - ... October 09
- Mega Kit - Fresh ‘n New
- Project 365 - a project for how YOU scrap. Check out our Project 365 chats and the Project 365 store category.
- Multiplicity - Designers get together and chose a color scheme, then ask YOU for background and element suggestions in one exciting thread! You end up with different but coordinating page kits, all made with member suggestions. The designers then chose random winners from the participants, and the kits are also available in the DSP store. These coordinating kits are fabulous for creating a whole album in the same color scheme; there are so many pieces to choose from you’re sure to find what you need!
- Scrapolution – It’s a DSP evolution, a scrapping revolution, and our New Year’s resolution:
It's a SCRAPOLUTION!!
It’s all about YOU, our members, our friends, making scrapping goals and Team Digital supporting, guiding, encouraging, joining, and cheering you on every step of the way. Check out the current themes and prompts.
- Scrap with the DET – Digital Elite Team and DET Alumni
Our past and current Elite group of scrappers have some great challenges going at the moment and you’re sure to get well chosen CC should you need it – learn from the best
- Elite Challenges - be sure to check out the challenges run by our DET Alumni and DET.
- The Grannies If you’re a Granny or a Granny In Training (GIT) or just a Wannabee, you might like to see what other Grannies are up to, what challenges they have going. There is never a dull moment when you join this happy band of digi scrappers.
- IOTW - Item of the week – Abby
The Item Of The Week is priced to sell and generally costs only a few cents; so create a LO using only the IOTW and be in a draw to win a free kit.
- SNL - Saturday Night Live - MarsOlson & Debbers
This is where anyone can create their own digital scrapbook kits to share with other SNL’ers, from elements and papers to word art.
This is just a small selection of popular challenges that DSP currently has running but be sure to check all of them out here. And we have a special blinkie to place in your signature to always remind you where to find the best scrapbooking challenges on the web. Check the end of the first post in the What's Happening thread for the blinkie code.
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DSU is excited to announce a new class starting in October- DSU195- Wacom and Creative Fun taught by Kim Liddiard! Enjoy a two week course touching on the basics of using your Wacom Tablet and tapping in to the creative outlet that it provides for you whether you like to craft, create scrapbook pages or even edit your photos.
To read more about this new class or any of our other classes, please visit our classes page. To register for any of our classes, please visit the DSU registration page. There is still time to register for our October classes! Late registration will run from October 1st - October 5th and will incur a $10 late fee.
Here is our line up of classes for November:
DSU110 – Adobe Photoshop: Introduction to Digital Scrapbooking
DSU151– Photography: Taking Better Snapshots
DSU160– Adobe Photoshop Elements: Introduction to Digital Scrapbooking
DSU195– Wacom & Creative Fun ***NEW CLASS***
DSU220– Adobe Photoshop: Brushes (Pre-requisite- DSU 110 or similar experience)
DSU250– Adobe Photoshop: Photo Correction (Pre-requisite- DSU 110 or similar experience)
DSU261– Adobe Photoshop Elements: Creating Digital Elements for Beginners (Pre-requisite- DSU 160 or similar experience)
DSU290– Exploring Digital Design Styles
DSU312– Adobe Photoshop: Creating Digital Elements for Advanced Users 2 (Pre-requisite DSU211)
We would love to hear your suggestions on future classes! Send your suggestions and comments to me at email@example.com.
Dean of DSU
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Desktop Calendar Plopper
A newsletter exclusive! Specially designed ploppers for your computer desktop. This month's offering is by Erica Belton. Download the plopper here! (Sizes: 1280x768 and 800x600 are included.)
Add your pictures, angle and size them as you please, add journaling, and save it as a jpg. Then update your desktop wallpaper background by browsing to your new image! Voilà! Favorite photos matched with this month's calendar to help keep you up-to-date all month! Look for a new one each month in our newsletter!
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We are always striving to make our newsletter more interesting and useful. If you have an idea, let us know about it! If it's an article idea, a feature, even something you'd like to write, shout it out to us. So, put your thinking caps on and come up with some new features, article ideas, or something fun you'd like to see in our monthly newsletter. Then email it to firstname.lastname@example.org. (Please type "Newsletter IDEA" in the subject line of your email.) We can't wait to see your ideas!
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Exclusively for our newsletter readers, DSP Designer, Erica has created this fabulous Autumn Chunky. Grab them here! Size: 200ppi or 300ppi
Thanks, Erica, we appreciate it so much!
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Many thanks to the newsletter Team:
Amber K, Erica, Kim, Lynnette, Meg, Mandy, Mars
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