Sunday, January 10, 2010

Still here...

Some new goodies in my store (finally, LOL):


There's a matching alpha, which you can download free for a few days :) Check the bottom of the post!

I've been thinking a lot. (Explains all that smoke, doesn't it ?) Even if one is Resolution-resistant (I am), there's something about January that makes you all thought-y and analyze-y. I've been noticing it mostly in the scrapping arena (probably because that's so much more comfortable than examining the "dieting" arena, LOL). I just have the sense that my newly-returned mojo is a delicate thing, in need of gentle stimulation and challenge. Which is a dainty and non-finger-pointing way of saying "I was in a serious rut."

I was fortunate, yesterday, to meet a couple of real live flesh-and-blood digital scrapbookers. While I think we all enjoy lots of online scrap buddies (this is a digital hobby, after all), it's really interesting (and slightly surreal) to sit in a room with two people who know what you're talking about. I'm afraid it sort of went to my head and I peppered them with barrage after barrage of the questions that have been swirling around in my head (sorry ladies!).

Being an equal-opportunity pest, I'd love to get some input from the online world of digiscrappers, so I've put together a little list of questions for you (with none of my rude interrupting - be thankful). Everyone who comments on one or more (and includes a way to reach you) will receive a coupon for my store. Thanks!

1) Are you a kit-scrapper, or a stash-scrapper? (If you ARE a stash-scrapper, do you have all your supplies tagged or otherwise organized? What's your favorite method/program?)

2) Are you a paper person, or an element person? What kind of papers do you prefer? What's your favorite element type (i.e. frames, date thingies, journaling accessories...) If you open up a new kit and you're disappointed because there's no _____, what would ____ be?

3) Do you look at other layouts/galleries for inspiration? If so, where?

4) What are your favorite scrapping colors/textures/patterns?

5) What's your "default" style of scrapping? What would you like to try?

6) What sort of scrap items are you TIRED OF?

7) Other comments? You can drop me a line at julieitis at g mail dot com, if you'd prefer. Thanks!


And here's your alpha :)

Download HERE

9 comments:

Kathi B said...

Thank you! This freebie has been posted at All Things Digital Scrapbooking.

Terebene said...

Hey, Julie! It was great to hang out with you, too. No worries, you didn't barrage us with questions. We appear to love to chat! :)

Digi Free said...

Thank you! Your blog post will be advertised on the DigiFree Digital Scrapbooking Freebie search engine today (look for timestamp: 10 Jan [LA 09:56pm] - 11 Jan [NY 12:56am, UK 05:56am, OZ 04:56pm] ).

CBH-Freebies Search said...

Thank you so much for this Freebie. I want to let you know that I posted a link to your blog in CBH Digital Scrapbooking Freebies, under the Page 4 post on Jan. 11, 2010. Thanks again.

GlitterQueen said...

Thank you, I've already added this kit to my wishlist!

crazsquaw said...

Thanks Julie...I love this kit and the alpha!

BeachBaby said...

Thanks for the alpha.

Anonymous said...

Hi Julie...I am sending right now answers to your questions, It will be from 4unruly@charter.net. Thank you for the alpha....love your kits

Shanners said...

Ok, here's some answers for you: I start out as a kit scrapper, but if the kit doesn't have something I need, I don't hesitate to find it elsewhere. :)
I'm more a paper scrapper than element scrapper. I use both, but give more weight to the papers I use, and don't use a lot of elements on a page.
Sometimes I get inspiration from others, but usually, I start w/ my photos, and just play around until I like the LO.
I generally prefer bright, vibrant colors to muted or neutral colors. I'm sorry, but I don't really like the wrinkled paper look very much.
There ya go! :)