Blogging for Scrapbookers class

The eyes have it

by Janice Daquila-Pardo on August 20, 2011

I just love when I can complete a layout about a subject that matters to me while simultaneously fulfilling the requirements for three online challenges! This is one hard-working layout! First, I based my design on this great sketch from the Sketchy Thursdays site. The added requirement was that the topic cover reading or literature […]

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10 Things on the 10th: August

by Janice Daquila-Pardo on August 10, 2011

Many of us who took the online class “Beyond Blogging for Scrapbookers” are participating in a special event on the 10th of each month. In 10 Things on the 10th each participant will share something totally of their own creation. Some will share 10 photos, 10 crafty ideas, 10 sources of inspiration, 10 recipes, 10 […]

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10 Things on the 10th: July

by Janice Daquila-Pardo on July 10, 2011

Many of us who took the online class “Beyond Blogging for Scrapbookers” are participating in a special event on the 10th of each month. In 10 Things on the 10th each participant will share something totally of their own creation—but always 10 things. Some will share 10 photos, 10 crafty ideas, 10 sources of inspiration, […]

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How can you resist?

by Janice Daquila-Pardo on April 27, 2011

Twisted Sketches launches its 98th sketch today, and the twist this time is “paint.” The sketch and the design team’s interpretations are awaiting you at Twisted Sketches’ site…and here is my design team contribution using the new sketch: This is the sketch: For the “paint” twist I was inspired to try a resist technique on […]

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The Twitter effect

by Janice Daquila-Pardo on March 29, 2011

PROMPT SIX FOR “BLOGGING FOR SCRAPBOOKERS” CLASS: Setting goals and taking journeys I love setting goals, long-term and short. Every day presents you with a fresh opportunity to work on the goal and feel that you’re changing your life. Can getting more Twitter followers change my life? Your reaction might be an immediate “Of course […]

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