Scrap Chic, Ella Publishing's newest eBook is now available. Some of you may know this, but I've been working as Ella's eBook designer since their inception, a few years back. This is the first time I've actually contributed any layouts to one of their books, which is kind of fun for me. It's also fun because I get to work with my former Simple Scrapbooks managing editor, Angie Lucas. Sometimes when you have a good thing going, it's so great to extend it into your freelance life.
All that is well and good, but today, I get to giveaway two copies of this book. All you have to do is leave a comment today, and tell me what is the trendiest thing you've ever done on a scrapbook page.
ABOUT THE BOOK: Learn how to avoid "trend takeover" with help from 14 of the biggest names in scrapbooking, from Ali to Zielske!
Honoring trends can make you feel inspired and energized, truly reinvigorating your scrapbooking. The trick is to keep the trends in check and make them work within your own personal style, so they don't overwhelm the story you're trying to tell.
In 36 inspiring pages, you'll learn insider secrets for showcasing your best stories using today's top trends. You'll also enjoy plenty of bonus tricks, from design ideas to product tips to journaling solutions.
See our designers' takes on: clotheslines, hexagons, ombre, sunburst, wood grain and more—plus a dozen bonus trends to add to your scrapbooker's toolbox.
- 14 top trends with 2 examples for each
- 14 diverse, well-known scrapbookers
- 36 pages of ideas and inspiration
ABOUT THE AUTHORS: The 14 contributors to this eBook were all featured in the 2012 Big Idea Festival (2012) at bigpictureclasses.com. They include: Ali Edwards, Amy Sorensen, Angie Lucas, Becky Novacek, Cathy Zielske, Courtney Walsh, Karen Grunberg, Lisa Dickinson, May Flaum, Nichol Magouirk, Rebecca Cooper, Stacy Julian, Stephanie Baxter, and Wendy Smedley.
TO ENTER: Okay, let me have it: what is the trendiest thing you've ever done on a scrapbook page? I'll choose a winner on Sunday night.
And what is the trendiest thing I've ever done? Hmmm. That's a tough one. Anyone remember Twistel? BOOYA! Old school, baby.
This contest is now closed. I'll be contacting the winners shortly!