Giveaway Winner | Brushshop & Bamboo Create

First, thank you everyone for entering and sharing your thoughts about the Brush tool in the comments. Many of you said you needed more instruction on how to use the tool. I so hope you’ll join me in Brushshop as we’ll focus on Brush tool basics, distressing and artistry together.

One lucky someone has won a complimentary enrollment into class along with a brand new Wacom Bamboo Create. And that someone one is …

Justasiam, please contact me to redeem your prizes!

How to Choose & Use Fonts Stylishly

How to Choose & Use Fonts Stylishly

Welcome to another edition of Q & A Wednesdays — a new weekly VIDEO feature here at Simply Tiffany Studios that answers your digital scrapbooking questions. If you’ve ever wanted to pick MY brain on how or why I do digital this, pixel that, or scrapbook who-ha, you’ll love this series.

First, thank you all for sending in your questions via email or adding them in the comments. I enjoy learning about what you want to know and masterminding how I can share the answer in the Q & A. Isn’t that wild! So keep sending them in.

Q & A Wednesday for Today

In this week’s fabulous Q & A, you’ll learn how I use fonts “stylishly”. And what I mean by that is you’ll discover:

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What are the Differences between PS & PSE for Digital Scrapbookers

The Top 3 Differences Between Adobe Photoshop & Photoshop Elements

Howdy gals! I’m really super-excited and stoked because I’ve got some scraptacular news to share with all of you today! Today marks the beginning of something I KNOW will help digital scrappers everywhere craft kick butt pages. I want us all to be digiscrappy ninjas! Because ninjas kick butt and scrappy ninjas … we kick crafting ass. There I said wrote it!

Without further reading delay, I introduce you to …

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Capturing the Single Moment | A Scrapper’s Style Interview with ViVre

A Scrapper's Style Interview with ViVre

Hi ViVre! Welcome to Simply Tiffany Studios. Tell us about you and your digi-scrapping craft.

On the internet, I’m known as ViVre (with two capitals). Vi are the first letters of my first name and Vre are the first letters of my last name. I live in the Netherlands and speak Dutch but in French “vivre” means “to live.” I like to play with words and their meanings.

I purchased my first personal computer in the early 1990’s. When Adobe released Photoshop 5, one of my brother-in-laws installed it for me. That’s when I started playing and creating photo collages.  Right from the start I added words, poems, lyrics, and proverbs to my collages. I love the back and forth between words and photos, and photos and words. I think the interplay adds depth to both.

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The Modern Classic | A Scrapper’s Style Interview with Krista Sahlin of Sahlin Studio

A Scrapper's Style Interview with Krista Sahlin

Hi Krista and welcome to Simply Tiffany Studios! Tell us a bit about you and your digital crafting.

I am a digital scrapbook designer for Sahlin Studio, a wife and a mother of two kiddos, Gabe and Sophie. My love of scrapbooking came pretty early; I have been scrapbooking since high school. I found digi in 2007, but I don’t think anyone called it digital scrapbooking back then. I laugh when I think how I scrapbooked using Microsoft PowerPoint software. Things have come a long way since then!

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What digital scrapbooking techniques would you want to learn?

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If you could master any digital trick or technique, what would you want to learn? I’m curious — let’s just say I’ve got something up my sleeve. And if you could pick my digital brain — gosh that would be kinda gross — what would you want to know? Perhaps you would want to see digital tricks of the scrapbooking trade, or how to use Filters and Effects, or maybe even more ideas on how to start digital scrapbooking. Everything is fair game!

Feel free to share your thoughts below.

Current Trends with Masterful Scrapbook Design

A Little Birdie by Tiffany Tillman

The September issue of Masterful Scrapbook Design highlighted loads of current trends in scrapbooking. And I had the chance to play along with some new layouts. As a side note …

One thing I realize about my craft  is that I don’t keep up with the trends. I “notice” when digital kits begin to feature similar patterns, like the Chevron trend, or embellishments, like the owl trend. But I very rarely jump on what’s trendy – I actually had to force myself to use what was hot because I’m so comfortable staying in my “design” comfort zone.

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The Stashbuster | A Scrapper’s Style Interview with Amy Mallory

A Scrapper's Style Interview with Amy Mallory

Hi Amy, welcome to Simply Tiffany Studios! Please tell us about yourself and your digital scrapbooking beginnings.

I am a former Middle School teacher who now teaches my own children at home. I own a small photography business called Snap and Scrap by Amy Mallory.  I have been scrapbooking for a decade and made the switch to digi in 2008. I have such a strong connection with scrapbooking and it is a part of my everyday life!

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Creating the Unexpected | A Scrapper’s Style Interview with Anna Aspnes

A Scrapper's Style Interview with Anna Aspnes

Welcome Anna! Tell us a bit more about yourself.

I am a UK native, military wife and mom living in the suburbs of Denver, Colorado with our two new puppies. A passion for family and Art led me to the sport of digital scrapbooking in 2002 and documenting, designing and teaching have been a way of life ever since. I also enjoy running and a glass of wine with friends.

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Last Chance for August Dollar Days + 30% Off Everything Sale

This is it! The last call for alcohol. The last of the Mohicans. The last man standing. The last samurai. The last annoying cliche. Design House Digital’s final day of Dollar Days is today. All 77, yup you read right, 77 kits will go back to normal price tomorrow. But today, they’re still $1.

We’re also hosting a 30% off sale on everything else! Now that’s hot. Here are my $1 kits …

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