International Scrapbook Day is May 5, 2012 and it’s one of my favorite days of the year! I adore the new kits, the savings, and the internet camaraderie of like-minded, scrafty people united in celebration of this amazing hobby. Oh my, I’m getting verklempt. Talk amongst yourselves. I’ll give you a topic, a pillow is neither a pill or low, DISCUSS!
As part of the hoopla that is interNational Scrapbook Day at Design House Digital, the designers collaborated their efforts into a new kit collection called Retrospect:
You can get it FREE! That’s right; I
said wrote free. And you don’t have to hammer the internet downloading every single piece. Visit the DHD shop and pick it up — using the coupon code. Where’s the code? Oh you’ll need to “hop” along through our blogs. So if you landed here at Simply Tiffany first, stop and head back to the beginning.
At this point of my post, I’m ‘posed to offer you a tip or technique of some kind. Hmm, what should I say? Well, call me crazy if you want to but I’m going to do something purely selfish! I think I’ve earned it over my tenure of offering new tips and techniques all over the web. So I’m going to point you to the Tutorials section of this here website. I’ve got A LOT of tips over yonder and you’re sure to find something useful.
However, my all-time favorite tip is How to Alter the Color of Digital Alpha Letters Using Hue/Saturation Adjustments Layers. Yes there is a specify process you’ll want to use. Mosey on over and check it out.
Simply Tiffany Giveaway
I’m also hosting a giveaway here in honor of iNSD! Would you like to win a $50 gift certificate to my shop at Design House Digital? In the comments below, tell me your favorite set or product from my shop. That’s it! Increase your chances of winning by posting about this giveaway on your blog or favorite social media site. You can enter once for each entry. Every commented posted between now and 11:59 PM (EST) on Tuesday, May 8 will be eligible. Isn’t that fantabulous!?
And finally, my blog hop letter for the Retrospect download is
P.S. If you’re doing our Layout Challenge, my challenge is to use a photo in the shape of a circle.
Now, next in the blog hop is the amazing Jen Allyson! Onward to The Project Girl!