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    Default Re: If you were chatting with a beginner digi scrapbooker.....

    That should be first on the list, but since I found the community THEN started really scrapping, I didn't think about that! lol

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    can i say a great community you feel comfortable? i've done way better stuff and gained so many skills once i started being active with gs than when i was going it alone.

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    Default Re: If you were chatting with a beginner digi scrapbooker.....

    Quote Originally Posted by missdamsel View Post
    That should be first on the list, but since I found the community THEN started really scrapping, I didn't think about that! lol
    Same here, well, CafeMom, but still


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    yep, cafemom for me too. That is where we met. Me, Sarah, Ginger, Barb, Julie, Rachel, Jodi, and I am not sure who else! Wow, so long ago!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by missdamsel View Post
    yep, cafemom for me too. That is where we met. Me, Sarah, Ginger, Barb, Julie, Rachel, Jodi, and I am not sure who else! Wow, so long ago!!
    SO many, so awesome!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by missdamsel View Post
    yep, cafemom for me too. That is where we met. Me, Sarah, Ginger, Barb, Julie, Rachel, Jodi, and I am not sure who else! Wow, so long ago!!
    Gosh, that seems like so long ago. How long has it been girls?


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    Yup, cafemom for me too it seems like forever ago



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    Default Re: If you were chatting with a beginner digi scrapbooker

    I would say shadow instructions, styles or whatever their program needed for them to acheive great shadowing on their layouts.

    If that doesn't count . . . .hmm, what is the must have for me?
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    Default Re: If you were chatting with a beginner digi scrapbooker

    Biggest advice I can give:
    Give everything a try
    Try out new techniques that there are tutorials for.
    Don't give up.
    Listen to critique. It can help


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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverland Scraps View Post
    I would say shadow instructions, styles or whatever their program needed for them to acheive great shadowing on their layouts.
    Oh this! Definitely this. A friend of mine is doing digiscrap. I have shown her over and over how to do shadows, and she just refuses to use them, and then asks me why my layouts look so much more realistic, and I want to put my head through a wall


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    Default Re: If you were chatting with a beginner digi scrapbooker

    I would say classes on how to use photoshop (or other software). Especially with photoshop there's so many possibilities and things you can do. Once you know a little more about what you can do, you also start to know which things you need to invest in (kits etc) and what everyone on GS is taking about Plus most of those software classes come with free kits so you have something to start out with and get a sense what kind of scrapper you are.

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