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Christmas in July, Non-traditional Style: A Digital Scrapping Color Challenge

Here at Designer Digitals, we’ve been celebrating Christmas in July. Since that’s a decidedly non-traditional idea, I decided to make our Christmas in July Color Challenge a bit non-traditional as well! I love the more standard Christmas red and green. … Continue reading

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Shades of Gray: A Digital Scrapbooking Color Challenge

The color gray, many shades of gray, is IN. We just sold our house this past weekend. As we were getting ready to put it on the market, all of the Real Estate professionals urged us to paint everything gray…shades … Continue reading

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Mayflowers: A Digital Scrapbooking Color Challenge

One of my favorite springtime childhood memories is picking bouquets of mayflowers from the wooded land near our home. These soft purple flowers with delicate green leaves bloom for only a short time each year, but during those few weeks … Continue reading

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April Showers: A Digital Scrapbooking Color Challenge

When the calendar says it’s April, we can expect April showers! Today, I’d like to challenge you to use this image of April showers to inspire your scrapbooking. Although ‘showers’ could bring to mind dreary hues, this photograph is anything … Continue reading

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Inspiration from the Emerald Isle: A Digital Scrapbooking Color Challenge

It seems that in March, everyone is Irish–and we’ll be taking some inspiration from the Emerald Isle for a new Color Challenge today. Pantone has named Emerald Green as the 2013 Color of the Year. Yes, green is ‘trending,’ as … Continue reading

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Seeing Red: A Digital Scrapbooking Color Challenge

I think of red as the ultimate ‘pop’ color. Here are a few examples of how red can put an exclamation point on an image: Your challenge is to create a scrapbook page using red in small ‘pops’ to add … Continue reading

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