T3: Tips, Techniques & Tutorials
Tip: Stay Inspired All Year with Project 365
What if you were to document the ups, downs, ordinary events and extraordinary occurrences of your everyday life, with one photo per day, for 365 days straight? Paper and digital scrapbookers around the world are coming together to do just that in 2009... and we hope you'll participate, too.
Kayla Lamoreaux, owner of DigiScrap 101, says, "The Project 365 concept is about recording your story––not obsessing over every little creative detail. The project provides the structure, and then you can make your finished product as simple or as complex as you'd like." Learn more at DigiScrap 101 or at the 2009 Project 365 group , on Facebook .
Get started today with Kayla’s Free Kit . It includes easy-to-use templates, date markers and more—plus Summer Driggs' bonus "Year to Shine" kit includes tons of papers and elements to spark your design process.
january 1-7 by Brooke Stranberg materials template from "365" kit by Kayla Lamoreaux (DigiScrap 101) + word art by Sue Cummings + papers by Sue Cummings (OScraps) + staple by Katie Hadfield (The Lilypad) + flourish by Jen Wilson (Jen Wilson Designs ) + borders by Jen Caputo (Scrapbook Graphics) + paper by KsK Designs (Pickleberry Pop) + chipboard by Misty Cato (Sweet Shoppe Designs) + paper, stitches from "French Countryside" kit by Christina Renee (Christina Renee Designs) + acrylic flair by Haynay (Scrap Matters ) + DJB JENB2, Downcome and CK Becky Higgins fonts + Photoshop (Adobe)
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