Saturday, September 1, 2007

Digital Scrapbooking Blog Carnival - September 1, 2007

I am pleased to be hosting the 6th edition of the Digital Scrapbooking Blog Carnival today! Karen Karooch of Scraps of Mind will be sponsoring the next Blog Carnival to be posted on September 15th.



Katie the Scrapbook Lady presents Flickr and Big Huge fun posted at Katie the Scrapbook Lady, saying, "So many fun photo tools at Big Huge Labs!"

Katie the Scrapbook Lady presents Roundup your memories each month posted at Katie the Scrapbook Lady, saying, "Monthly "roundup" tool is posted at the end of each month with simple questions and prompts to help you summarize your month"

Hummie presents How to Create Era-Themed Scrapbook Pages posted at Creative Genealogy, saying, "Wow, I was excited to read this great page about using clothing through the generations to determine a timeline for a photo."

Karen (aka Karooch) presents What Resolution Should You Print Your Layouts At? posted at Scraps of Mind, saying, "Should you print your layouts at 300 dpi or 200 dpi? Scraps of Mind takes the test."

FitBuff presents I Can Stand My Stand Up Desk posted at FitBuff.com's Total Mind and Body Fitness Blog, saying, "Anyone who spends most of their day sitting down, especially those working from home, should consider a stand up a desk. It's now been one month since I set mine up, and this article chronicles how it has improved my posture, productivity, and performance. Plus there is a short video to show you how to set one up yourself for free to try out."

Karen (aka Karooch) presents 10 Terrific Ideas for Framing your Photos posted at Scraps of Mind, saying, "10 great ideas for framing your photos on your scrapbook layouts, together with links to examples and even more tips and techniques."

Karen (aka Karooch) presents Have you ever done a Scrapbook Layout Make-over? posted at Scraps of Mind, saying, "I challenged myself to take a very 'blah' layout I made a couple of years ago and put some oomph into it using a combination of digital and traditional scrapbooking techniques"


That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of
Digital Scrapbooking using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.



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2 comments:

Hummie said...

Thanks for putting this together and being a host! It takes great volunteers like you to make the digi-community what it is!

Katie said...

Great blog carnival! Thanks :)