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See what we have in store


The Ella team is busy at work creating content for you. As we are planning our summer blog we thought it would be fun to share with you a few of our upcoming blog series.

we will continue with guest series, Stretch your Sketches by Donna Januzzi
and you can expect some fun guest blog posts


You can plan on the following blog series
add color with the Ella friends
summer finds
baby projects (and products)


and...inspired by an Ella eBook

be back soon!

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On the Lookout for Father's Day gift ideas


We are on the lookout for Father's Day gift ideas and so far the favorite DIY picks from the web are...

wooden alphabet block photo holder



free printable card from Cathe Holden


gift packaging
shared by Amy Coon at the Creating Keepsakes blog

What about you? Have you seen any fun ones? Please share in our comments.

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Stretch Your Sketches Challenge Series, Sketch #4

Happy Monday everyone!  I’m back today with the second sketch for the month of May's
 



Before we get to the sketch, I want to remind you of this month’s amazing prize.  You might remember that Fiskars is sponsoring this month's Stretch Your Sketches Challenge Series! 
 



So in addition to winning a free copy of my eBook, Stretch Your Sketches



the winner will also receive this prize package
 



It features the large and extra large cloud punches from Fiskars.  It also includes corresponding cloud stamps from Studio Calico, exclusive Studio Calico patterned papers and a happy mix of spring-themed papers and embellishments.

And just in case you missed out on the first sketch of this month you can see it here.

Now on to this month’s sketch!  Here it is
 



As always, there are so many different ways you can convert a 12 x 12 sketch to 8.5 x 11.  Here is one example
 



From the original 12 x 12 sketch I created this layout
 



I used the same stamps and punches that are part of the prize this month to create the clouds in the upper right-hand corner.  I think the winner of this month's challenge will have as much fun as I did using this combination of products.

I asked Ella Friend Francine Clouden to join me for this month’s challenge and here is the layout she created from the sketch
 



Francine stuck pretty closely to the original sketch, but opted to switch out the two 3 x 4s for four smaller photos.  Her adaptation works so well given the theme and title of the layout.  A great example of how design can aid in your story telling.

 
Want to join in the fun?  Here's how to play:  First, create your layout based on the sketch.  Next, post it to your blog or any online album and be sure to mention where you got the sketch in your post or caption.  Third, come back to this post and share the link to your layout.  All entries must be posted by May 31, 2011, 11:59 pm PST.  The winner of each month will be chosen at random and will be announced here on The Daily Trumpet.  Prizes will only be shipped to U.S. addresses.  In the event that an international participant wins, she'll receive an Ella gift certificate, and a new winner will be drawn for the physical prize.

Remember, there are two sketches posted each month.  If you create two layouts, one from each sketch, you will have two entries which will double your chances of winning!
 
I hope you all will participate with me and make a layout based on this sketch.  If you are playing along here is a button for you to post on your blog.
 



I can’t wait to see your layouts!

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Journaling Week: with Kelly Jeppson

The words that hold us together

Hi there! I've learned a few lessons since I helped pen the eBook Journaling that Matters. One of those lessons is that words are the glue that hold memories together. Let me give you an example:

I haven't been exactly great at organizing recent photos. I download them, and then send some off for printing, but after that, they sit in a pile at my workspace, and sit, and sit. After a time, I'm not really sure if I remember why I took those photos in the first place! They are funny, cute, and meaningful in SOME way, if only I can piece the memory together.

This is where words come in. When I look back at my notes and journal writing, I remember why I took those photos in the first place. Using words and journaling on layouts, I can connect those pictures together and restore the meaning to the photos.

I was given an assignment for this blog entry: to choose one of the prompts from the Journaling That Matters eBook and try it out. As I was thinking about what task I wanted to take on, I kept coming back to that pile of photos. Could I explore the connections between the photos using journaling? As I was looking through them, I happened upon a series of photos of my kids eating funny things, such as cake batter, a large slice of pizza, and a plate of Cheetoes. Bingo! My story began to take shape.


I chose to tie all of these photos together with an adjective that describes the state of mind my kids are in while eating these things. Pure BLISS. And isn't that what all kids want? It didn't take many words to connect all those photos together, but the result is a glimpse into the very blissful world of sometimes treats at the Jeppson house. I'm getting hungry just thinking about it - time for a treat of my own!




To learn more about how to make your journaling more meaningful buy a copy of Journaling That Matters by Angie Lucas and Kelly Jeppson

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Journaling Week: Favorite journaling tools


Ella friends
have shared their favorite journaling tools

Monika Wright



1. These always seem to be the perfect size to use in mini-albums and on layouts and coordinate so well with one another when you want to use more than one on a page or layout. These get 5 Stars from me every time.

2. Something as simple as everyday items, like these file folder labels, are in heavy rotation for me when creating mini books, also. I trim them to fit the page, I layer them, and I place them slightly askew for interest. Love these, too!

3. And these particular journaling spots from K&Company get a lot of use in my scrap room!

4. I've even made a mini book for my husband using tags from K&Company.

Jennifer Larsen

I love to write on my layouts, both big stories and small ones.


1. For the small stories, I love to use stamped journaling spots, like the following labels stamp set from Studio Calico

2. Any journaling spot can be cut out and adhered to a page, but the nice thing about this set? You can use this photo labels punch to cut it out easily:

You can see on my layout how I used these labels, plus other stamped journaling spots, to make a list of what's making me happy right now:



May Flaum



Journal label stamp by Cats Life Press Stamps is my favorite journaling product because it's a great size and shape for journaling - and it looks great on light patterned paper, stamped right onto cardstock, or cut out. I can use just the lines (just don't stamp the decorative border) repeatedly, or with the border extended by doing some creative stamping. I've been using and LOVING this stamp for a few years!

Lee Currie




1. My favourite tool is my computer and my favourite free site for professional fonts is Font Squirrel
Almost all of my layouts are journaled using a computer font. I prefer it to my handwriting not because I don't like my writing - I do, but because I can:

1. edit my words
2. resize the font
3. space correctly
4. change colour
5. write while I'm away from my layout

Computer journaling, to me, is far more flexible in so many ways than handwriting. Since I've been doing it so long it is also far quicker than using my handwritten journaling, too.

Sometimes, with everyone living busy lives, it is hard to keep up with everyday journaling. I've found two online tools (more practical for me than Facebook or Twitter) that have greatly helped in this regard:
3. Oh Life
4. Daily Diary
I can communicate stories and happenings right on my blackberry at times when it's not convenient to be sitting at my computer. Then when it comes time to create a layout, I can just cut and paste previously recorded stories and fill in some more details on a layout that may have been forgotten if not for these tools.
 

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Journaling Week: learn with Keshet



Journaling—a scrapbooker’s constant companion.

Like many of you, I sometimes struggle with my journaling. What kind of content do I want to include? Do I want to focus on the events of the day or the emotions they evoke? Should I write a lot or keep it short and sweet? And that’s not even including the stylistic quandaries, like the great “pen versus typed journaling” debate, and the age old question of “where the heck am I supposed to put all this writing??”



For this layout, I wanted to record the events of this day, as well as give some insight as to how I felt about them. Even though I have more photos and stories from this event to share, I decided to narrow the focus of this layout to make it more manageable. Your title can also be a powerful part of your journaling, not to be underestimated. To focus the attention on the fact that my civil wedding is not the same date as my religious wedding (to make a long story short, we didn’t find out about pre-registering until it was too late!), I used the date of the civil wedding as the title for this layout.

For the rest of the journaling, I considered using my typewriter, but since time was short, I decided to go with my tried and true journaling method: writing it out with pen. Yes, there’s more room for mistakes, and yes, my handwriting isn’t always perfect, but I like to think it’s all part of the charm!

Instead of adding wedding themed embellishments, I used generic flower images and brads to evoke a romantic feel on my layout. After many years of attempting ribbon flowers, I was thrilled to have one successful result!



I hope you enjoyed this little insight into my journaling habits, and I hope it inspires YOU to try something brave and different with YOUR journaling!

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Got a creative kid?

Summer vacation is just around the corner, and if you’ve got school-aged kids you know that means your scrapbooking time will likely take a backseat to keeping the youngsters amused.

Now that Spring Training has you in top scrapbooking form, it seems a shame to lose your momentum. What you need is a PLAN, disguised as kid-friendly fun, to score you some extra creative time this summer.

That’s where Kidding Around {2} comes in.



Six weeks of cool summer activities and journaling prompts will ensure that if you can’t beat ‘em, you can at least join ‘em in sitting down to record some excellent summertime memories. Plus, it couldn’t hurt to instill the value of memory keeping while the kids are young. These are the people who will be fighting over who gets to proudly display your scrapbooks one day, after all!

Because Ella always has some tricks up her trunk and wants to do everything under the sun to spread the scrapbooking fun, we’re giving away a seat in the hottest summer class for kids! Just leave a comment telling us your favorite summer childhood memory, and we’ll award one lucky reader with a summer full of Kidding Around.

Dive in, we can’t wait to hear what you’ll share!

(p.s. Tune in tomorrow and the rest of the week for JOURNALING WEEK here at Ella. You won't want to miss this!)

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Best of Photo Projects: Photo Coasters


Photo coasters are such a fun gift to give to grandparents, teachers or friends! What grandparent wouldn't love pictures of all their grandkids to look at as they are drinking their morning coffee? Or you could make a collage of students for your favorite teacher . . . the end of school is just around the corner! In the past I've made photo coasters with tiles and placed just one picture on each tile. Since I only have three kids, that seemed an odd number of coasters to give as a gift. I decided to try the mosaic look! I found these tiles on clearance at Lowes for just eighteen cents each! The backing is sturdy enough to hold them together and is a neutral enough color that is does not detract from the blue and green tiles.


You'll need very minimal supplies for this project. A foam brush, Mod Podge (I used a Matte Finish, but you could use gloss as well), a square punch or paper trimmer and your photos. I sized my photos so that some of the tile would still show as a border. This also helps to ensure I am able to get a tight, flat seal on the tile. For these particular tiles, I resized my photos in PSE to .75 inches and I just happened to have a punch that size. If you don't have a square punch, just use your photo trimmer.

Next, apply Mod Podge over the entire backside of each photo and adhere.


Once that dries, apply Mod Podge on the front side of each photo making sure that you apply the glue all around the edges to seal them down tight.


For this project, I did not edit my photos beforehand. They are small and I converted them to black and white; you will not notice any imperfections in your photos at this size. Between choosing and editing my photos, and putting the coasters together, this project took me about an hour. Simple. Easy. Done. Now I have a great gift for the grandparents . . . that is, if I decide I want to give these cute coasters away!
 

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Spring Training Week 2 winners


Thanks to all our amazing sponsors during our second week, and thanks to all of you for participating. List of randomly selected winners below.

Day 7
BIG winner scrapperkaren
eBook Amelia

Day 8
Big winner Charlene
eBook IzzyB

Day 9
Big winner Jennifer
eBook Monica

Day 10
Big winner SherrieM
eBook Jen Clark

Day 11

Big winner ScrappyJess
eBook Pammy

Day 12
Big winner Katie Scott (send me wendy@ellapublishing.com your email please)
eBook Lynne M
 

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Fun with Photo Booth Strips



Photo booth photos are hot--you can use real photo-booth photos, make digi ones, or hand cut photos into a photo booth strip. Big Huge Labs has a free option that is easy to use.

First, I signed up for a free account. Next, I followed the directions on the screen, which allowed me to upload 4 photos. The directions were not explicit on how to create the strip, so I clicked around until I figured it out: After uploading 4 photos, you need to click the image you want and the spot you want it in. Finally, you choose the finish you want: black and white photos or vintage aged. Interestingly, you can also choose both at the same time. Here's what I did:


The photo on the left is both black and white and vintage aged, the middle strip is black and white alone, and the strip on the right is vintage aged.

Once you create the image, you are given several options. I saved it to my computer, then opened it in PSE 7 to print them out. I had trouble adjusting the size of the strip, so I printed the strips on the biggest paper I had, which is 8x10, to make the strips bigger. After I printed them, I added them to this layout:



This was certainly a quick way to make a fun, photo booth series of pictures to use on a layout!

Photographer Kelly Willette also shares photo-booth tricks in her final Spring Training video. You can still sign up for just $30 and enjoy all the content (videos, downloads, bonus content, and more) through June 30th! Sign up here.

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Stretch Your Sketches Challenge Series, Sketch #3

Hi Everyone!  Did you enjoy Spring Training?  I sure did!  I’m hoping it left you energized and ready to tackle this month’s challenge
 


Before we get to this month’s first sketch though, I wanted to clear up any confusion about the series.  This month because of Spring Training the sketches will be posted on the 2nd and 4th Monday of the month.  The schedule will return to normal next month with sketches being posted every 1st and 3rd Monday of the month from June through September.  For those who are new to the series you can read more about it here.
 
Now, let’s get to that sketch!  Here it is
 


and here is an 8.5 x 11 version
 


This month I stretched the sketch too.  From the original 12 x 12 version of the sketch I replaced the two 4 x 6 photos with one single 5 x 7 photo
 


and created this layout
 


Notice that I also replaced the 3 x 3 photos with 2 x 3 sized photos and created a photo-strip with cardstock.

I asked Ella Friend Jenni Hufford to join me for this month’s challenge and here is the layout she created
 


Jenni said, “I followed Donna's sketch fairly close, switching out only the number of photos in the center and added a border.  Instead of two 4x6 photos, I added six wallet sized photos.  The border was included (instead of photos) by adding three strips of pattern paper from Crate Paper's Toy Box collection.  I framed my wallet photos with stickers from the Toy Box collection.  In order to create the paper with the yellow circles, I created a circle mask and sprayed Studio Calico's Calico White Mr. Huey mist.  Once dried, I painted over the circles (with the same mask) with yellow paint.  I love how it turned out and feel like it adds so much to have little circles peeking out from the page.  I loved using this sketch-- there are so many possibilities!!”
 
Want to join in the fun?  Here's how to play:  First, create your layout based on the sketch.  Next, post it to your blog or any online album and be sure to mention where you got the sketch in your post or caption.  Third, come back to this post and share the link to your layout.  All entries must be posted by May 31, 2011, 11:59 pm PST.  The winner of each month will be chosen at random and will be announced here on The Daily Trumpet.  Prizes will only be shipped to U.S. addresses.  In the event that an international participant wins, she'll receive an Ella gift certificate, and a new winner will be drawn for the physical prize.

Remember, there will be two sketches posted each month.  If you create two layouts, one from each sketch, you will have two entries which will double your chances of winning!
 
Are you ready to hear about the prizes? 
 
We are happy to announce that Fiskars is sponsoring this month's Stretch Your Sketches Challenge Series!
 


 
So in addition to winning a free copy of my eBook, Stretch Your Sketches 



the winner will also receive this prize package
 

 
It features the large and extra large cloud punches from Fiskars.  It also includes corresponding cloud stamps from Studio Calico, exclusive Studio Calico patterned papers and a happy mix of spring-themed papers and embellishments.
 
I hope you all will participate with me and make a layout based on this sketch.  If you are playing along here is a button for you to post on your blog. 



I can’t wait to see your interpretations! 

***Winner of April's Stretch Your Sketch Challenge is Ella reader goldnuggt!***

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Spring Training: Day 12

Welcome to day twelve of Spring Training! HAPPY (inter)NATIONAL SCRAPBOOKING DAY! Everyone is free to participate in our daily blog challenges and giveaways from this entire week. If you're going to a crop today, these past six blog posts offer six great ideas to try while you're there.

And yes, you can still sign up and become a craft-lete. 
Sign up here to enjoy access to all the videos, downloads, and bonus content through June 30th! There's still time to enter all of the second week's amazing giveaways...

If you're already registered, click here to visit the Craftnasium. (Note: must be signed in to your user account for the page to load.)
 

Note from the Coach

"Paper Piecing is the topic for today with me, Tammy Tutterow, the Spring Training technique coach. With so many electronic die cutting machines out there paper piecing from scratch may seem obsolete. Today I share how easy it is to create your own patterns from photographs and line drawings. By knowing how to make your own patterns, you can skip the expensive cartridges and have the ability to create what you want, super detailed or way easy any time you want! If you are intrigued, you will want to watch today's video and see what I mean! "


Interested in the full lesson? Click here to learn more.


 

FREE Bonus Inspiration

For more examples of this challenge to help you with today's exercise and challenge, check out Keshet's entry on Write.Click.Scrapbook.


Today's Giveaway


Pacrticipate in today's challenge for a chance to win a $25 gift card to Shutterfly.com!
A second winner will receive a free copy of 8 is Enough by Studio Calico!


Daily Discount


Today only, save $1 on 8 is Enough  by  April Foster and Studio Calico.
Use the code SPREIGHTat checkout.
 

Today's Challenge is...


Paper piece an accent or main visual for a layout. Or, if you're a registered Craft-lete, you can simply share the writing exercise that Tammy challenged you to try in the full video! You can share this writing exercise in the comments section below. Have fun!

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Spring Training: Day 11


Welcome to day eleven of Spring Training! Everyone is free to participate in our daily blog challenge and giveaway. Not signed up yet? There's still time. Sign up here to enjoy access to all the videos, downloads, and bonus content through June 30th! There's still time to enter all of the second week's amazing giveaways...

If you're already registered, click here to visit the Craftnasium. (Note: must be signed in to your user account for the page to load.)
 

Note from the Coach

"Today I will be brief, I want you to remember that photography is also fun. Use it to showcase personality and family quirks. I have enjoyed participating with you."





Interested in the full lesson? Click here to learn more.

FREE Bonus Inspiration

For more examples of this challenge to help you with today's exercise and challenge, check out Keshet's entry on Write.Click.Scrapbook.

 

THANKS to Today's Sponsor


Thanks to today’s sponsor Kelly Willette her self. She is giving away a copy of her eBook, Finding the JOY to
one lucky winner who enters today's challenge!

A second winner will win a copy of Year in the Life by Write, Click, Scrapbook.



 

Daily Discounts



Today only, save $1 on Year in the Life by Write, Click, Scrapbook.
Use the code LIFEINSPRG at checkout.

Today's Challenge is
Create a layout with actual or faux photo-booth strips.

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Spring Training: Day 10


Welcome to day 10 of Spring Training! Everyone is free to participate in our daily blog challenge and giveaway, so join in the fun below. Or register for FULL access to all past and present videos, downloads, and bonus content here. Price just reduced to $30 for those joining us during week two!

Sign up here


If you're already registered, click here to visit the Craftnasium. (Note: must be signed in to your user account for the page to load.)
 

Note from the Coach

"Okay, craft-letes. It's time to get serious. Today's exercise is specially designed to help you write about a difficult or emotional topic. You'll be able to pour your heart out in 10 minutes or less, in an incredibly therapeutic free-writing exercise. Then follow my lead and paint over almost all of your words, leaving just a few snippets of straight-from-the-heart poetry behind. I promise, you can do this. And you'll be glad you did!"


Interested in the full lesson? Click here to learn more.


FREE Bonus Inspiration

For more examples of this challenge to help you with today's exercise and challenge, check out Keshet's entry on Write.Click.Scrapbook.

 

 

Thanks to today’s sponsor! The fabulous Becky Higgins.




Becky Higgins is offering the following to one lucky winner who enter's today's challenge:


(Choice of amber or turquoise album!)




A second winner will win a copy of Quick and Creative Quizzes by Angie Lucas and Wendy Smedley
 

Daily Discounts

Today only, save $1 on the best-selling eBook, Quick and Creative Quizzes. Use the code QUZSPRING at checkout.
 

Today's Challenge is

Share a layout that features hidden or obscured journaling—any approach is welcome!

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Spring Training Week 1 Winners


Thanks to all our amazing sponsors during out first week, and thanks to all of you for participating. List of randomly selected  winners below, and remember to keep on playing this week for more chances to win great prizes!!!

Day 1
BIG winner #8 Katherine
ebook #16Janet

Day 2
BIG winner #22 Jennifer
ebook #12 Heather C

Day 3
BIG winner #17 Lisa J
eBook #26 Margvp

Day 4
BIG winner #21 Monica
eBook #16 Mary

Day 5
BIG winner #1 Aubree
ebook #10 pink soup

Day 6
BIG winner #7 Di Turner
ebook #15 Sharon

(Winners will be notified within 24 hours of necessary steps to fulfill prize)

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Spring Training: Day 9

Welcome to day nine of Spring Training! Everyone is free to participate in our daily blog challenge and giveaway, so join in the fun below. Or register for FULL access to all past and present videos, downloads, and bonus content here. Price just reduced to $30 for those joining us during week two!

Sign up here


If you're already registered, click here to visit the Craftnasium. (Note: must be signed in to your user account for the page to load.)
 

Note from the Coach

"Welcome to your third Inspiration challenge. I have thoroughly enjoyed sharing these exercises with you and look forward to your entries. I believe it is crucial to not only find inspiration but to translate it, and today's video and lesson show you how to do just that. Have fun!"


Interested in the full lesson? Click here to learn more.
 

FREE Bonus Inspiration

For more examples of this challenge to help you with today's exercise and challenge, check out Donna Januzzi's entry on Write.Click.Scrapbook.



 

Thanks to today’s sponsor Ormolu




Ormolu is our sponsor and they are offering a $25.00 gift certificate  to one lucky winner who enters today's challenge!



A second winner will win a copy of Double-Page Design by Write, Click, Scrapbook.
 

Daily Discounts


Today only, save $1 on the best-selling eBook, Double-Page Design. Use the code DOUBLESPR at checkout.
 

Today's Challenge is


Make a page inspired by a favorite fellow scrapbooker.

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Spring Training: Day 7


Welcome to day seven of Spring Training! Everyone is free to participate in our daily blog challenge and giveaway, so join in the fun below. Or register for FULL access to all past and present videos, downloads, and bonus content here. Price just reduced to $30 for those joining us during week two!

If you're already registered, click here to visit the Craftnasium. (Note: must be signed in to your user account for the page to load.)
 

Note from the Coach, Kelly Willette

"Do you struggle with knowing where to take photos or with how to find good lighting in your home or outside? I used to as well…..then I figured out some tried and true methods to capturing photos of my kids in ANY lighting condition. Once you know the tricks I outline in this video on lighting, then you will be able to snap that camera anytime, anywhere! trust me on this. I break down and explain good lighting the willette way – in simple to understand directions without a bunch of unnecessary technical lingo."


Interested in the full lesson? Click here to learn more.




 


FREE Bonus Inspiration

For more examples of this challenge to help you with today's exercise and challenge, check out Donna Januzzi's entry on Write.Click.Scrapbook.




Thanks to today’s sponsor, Savvy Photographer. To one lucky winner who enters today's challenge, Savvy Photographer  is offering:
beach house template collection: value of $75

canvas template collection:  value of $60


A second winner will win a copy of Picture Perfect.



Daily Discounts

All Ella readers can enjoy a 10% discount code to the Savvy Store. Enter the coupon code ELLA at checkout!

Today only, save $1 on Picture Perfect by by Becky Novaceck, Elisha Snow & Kelly Noel. Use the code  SPRPICTPERFECT at checkout.


Today's Challenge is
Scrap your best photo! Find the best composed, best lit, best overall photograph you’ve snapped recently and scrapbook it.

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Spring Training: Day 8


Welcome to day eight of Spring Training! Everyone is free to participate in our daily blog challenge and giveaway, so join in the fun below. Or register for FULL access to all past and present videos, downloads, and bonus content here. Price just reduced to $30 for those joining us during week two!

Sign up here


If you're already registered, click here to visit the Craftnasium. (Note: must be signed in to your user account for the page to load.)
 

Note from the Coach

"Hey everyone, it's Tammy Tutterow here!  I am the technique coach for Spring Training.  Today I shared just how quick and easy it is to create your own backgrounds for layouts and projects using stencils.  In the class video I made a whole layout with just white cardstock, a stencil, and a couple of colors of mists!  Don't think you could make a page from just white cardstock, think again and check out this video to see how!"


Interested in the full lesson? Click here to learn more.


 

FREE Bonus Inspiration

For more examples of this challenge to help you with today's exercise and challenge, check out Donna Januzzi's  entry on Write.Click.Scrapbook.



 

Thanks to today’s sponsor, Jenni Bowlin Studio



Jenni Bowlin Studio is our sponsor and they are offering a papercrafting kit (shown below)  to one lucky winner who enters today's challenge!



A second winner will win a copy of UR2Cre8ive by Stacy Julian


Daily Discounts

Today only, save $1 on the best-selling eBook, UR2Cre8ive by Stacy Julian! Use the code SPRCREATIVE at checkout.

From Jenni Bowlin Studio a coupon code that saves you 10%. Use the code ELLA at checkout. Codes expires May 8, so hurry!


Today's Challenge is

Create a layout featuring your own custom-designed background