I had such a great time at Digi Night Out on Saturday night! It was really fun to sit with so many digital scrapbookers and chat about programs, tips, and memories throughout the night.
Don’t you just love seeing all these laptops together? I remember going to paper crops where there would have been 2 people (max) sitting at a long table like this. I also remember spending hours (or even days) sorting through my supplies and trying to figure out what to pack to work on a a crop. This time, I literally just grabbed my laptop, mouse, cord, and a small portable external hard drive and I had ALL of my photos and ALL of my supplies with me!
Amber LaBau did such a great job of organizing the event. She really thought of everything!
Everyone who attended got a free template pack from me (it will be in my shop in a few days) plus a coupon for another free template set of their choice. We all scrapped along with a challenge to use one of the templates with some alterations and certain ingredients. I ended up putting together this layout with a picture of my kids back in 1996.
The whole event just reminded me how lucky I am to have digital scrapbooking in my life and how wonderful it is to be part of a community of memory keepers who love technology, pretty designs, and treasured photos just as much as I do! Digi scrappers are my kind of people!
I’ve been on 159 episodes of The Digi Show and I recorded the last one with Steph and Peppermint this week. It really was the end of an era. 125 of those shows were as “The Digi Show” and all three of us were on every single one of those. There were 51 episodes recorded under the PaperClipping Roundtable Digi Show name and I was a guest on several of those before I became the co-host. Now you can access every one of those shows on The Digi Show website.
Most of the shows took us about 2 hours to record (including our pre-show conversations) and some were even longer which means I’ve spent a pretty big chunk of my life visiting with these ladies. You can’t help but grow close to someone you spend that much time talking to and I can honestly say that I really have loved these relationships with Steph and Peppermint and with our guests and listeners. That’s the part I will miss the most!
The good news is that I will still get a chance about once a month to visit with them on The Daily Digi Digest podcast. Those shows will be called Daily Digi Digest Discussions and we jokingly started calling it D4 because it’s hard to say all those D-words together. If you listen to this last episode, you will hear more about what we will be doing there and how to send us questions and comments for that show.
I want to be sure to thank everyone who has listened to any of The Digi Show episodes. None of this would have been possible without YOU! Thank you so much!
Just one last reminder about Digi Night Out…it’s tomorrow night! If you are going to be in the Sandy, Utah area on Saturday, April 12th, I hope you will come and join me as I’m the featured designer for this event. Everyone who attends will get a free template pack from me that I designed just for this occasion. You can still purchase tickets.
You can also read more about me on the Digi Night Out blog. Hope to see some of you there!
I’m so excited to be the featured designer at The Daily Digi today! I hope you will go and read my interview. You will also want to check out the exclusive coupon there!
Be sure to also listen to my Daily Digi Digest interview with Steph. It was fun to talk about my design process and share a few other fun tidbits as well. You can listen here or head over to the Digest web page to find the episode. You can also download the show directly from iTunes.
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