The Lolcat Rules for Digital Scrapbooking

Jennifer Wilson

I’m your guide here at Simple Scrapper. Our community helps people find what fills you up and fits your life in memory keeping.

October 29, 2009

I’m traveling today, so this is a re-post of an oldie but a goodie. Tomorrow, I’ll be sharing some wicked (do the cool kids still use wicked?) inspiration from the hybrid galleries to help with Scrappers Give Thanks!

1. Always help out beginners.

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2. Pair basics with trend patterns.

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3. Seek a good balance between digi and your real life.

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4. Don’t be afraid to run with the big kids.

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5. Our community will be there for you.

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6. Remember to credit your scraplifts.

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7. Don’t be this way!

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8. Never be afraid of asking for what you want.

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9. Stretch your creative boundaries often.

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10. Natural light photos look best.

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11. Clipping masks (Ctrl/Cmd + G) are your friend.

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12. Scrap by your own rules.

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9 Comments

  1. Sharon Cooke

    This is fabulous! Love, love, love it. Especially the clipping mask photo–but really all of it is great. thanks!

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  2. Patricia

    Too funny!! Loved it!!

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  3. breeoxd

    these are ADORABLE! lol

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  4. Stan

    Wicked Cool! (only natives of the Boston area still say wicked!)

    Only you could pull this off Jenn – thanks for a great post

    Stan at Scrappers Workshop

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    • Jenn White

      No, “wicked” is SO eighties!! You gotta say “sick” or “beast” – or so the teenagers tell me!

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  5. Janet

    Love this! Very clever, cute, and funny! Just what I needed! I’m the proud mama of a new kitty that looks like the round-eyed, round-faced kitties in the post.

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  6. just sarah

    great job on this post…. those kitties speak the truth!!

    Reply

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