Here are all the links to the 20 blogs in the blog hop, and this is the official order that they go in (for your coupon code letters), collect a letter from each blog to create your coupon code then go here to get the kit:
Amanda Yi Designs
Digital Scrapbook Ingredients
Scotty Girl Design
Jen Allyson <—-YOU ARE HERE!! and my letter is “I”
Mommyish <—- Go Here Next!
Kelleigh Ratzlaff Designs
Don’t forget to shop the amazing DSD sales at P&Co too:
- 35% off sitewide sale Wed Oct 29-Sun Nov 2.
- $25 order gets 40% off, $40 gets 45%, and $50 get 50%.
Today, I’m going to show you how simple using your mad digital scrapbooking skills can cuten up your home for the holidays. I don’t actually think cuten is a word, but let’s go with it. By using simple digital scrapbooking tools, you can create a darling, frugal piece of holiday art for your home & save that extra money for Christmas.
- All you need to do is find a simple digital paper or even just a solid background that you like.
- Now pull it up in your favorite editing program (I’m a fan of good old-fashioned Photoshop).
- Make your file the desired size with a 300 dpi resolution so it’s good & sharp.
- Last, add the paper, solid colors, fonts, dingbats, and quote that you desire-just as you would create a digital scrapbook page, and voila – you’ve got a project that’s ready to be printed at home or sent off to be photo printed.
- One more thing – keep it simple. Like Coco Chanel said “Before you leave the house, look in the mirror and take one thing off.” If your word art is too busy, it’ll be distracting and lose it’s charm. So carry on, but limit yourself to emphasize your quote and a few simple embellishments – maybe even just your favorite one.
CLICK HERE for a little Halloween printable to get you in a festive decorating mood. I created my file as an 8×10, but I added it to a white 8.5×11 page in Photoshop for home printing. Hope you enjoy it! Happy Halloween!