Tameka's Blog Header Image 820x142 As you are reading this I am at the Holiday Inn Westbury for a weekend of National Scrapbook Day fun with 10 pixels2Pages Members/Fans and 30 or so Traditional scrappers. I wish there could have been more of us, but sometimes the best things come in small packages. This small group of digi-fanatics are sure to do big things this weekend.

We will start off with a fantastic breakfast. After all, we need our energy for our intense regimen of page production. Don’t tell them I told you, but the 10 ladies who are here with me will create no less than 30 pages this weekend!  My goal is to help them get the most pages done as possible while paying close attention to detail. Who said that it had to take forever to create a digital scrapbook page?

Everyone on the pixels2Pages team  has a different teaching style. I am a hands-on type of teacher.  I demonstrate it; we try it; we question it, and we finalize it. Every page we create is done in that manner. It is in this way that I am able to see where you may be having issues and address it before we move on.

We will be enjoying this weekend learning all about collages, squares and photos and we will be sharing our pages with you. We hope that you fit us into your plans over the course of this National Scrapbook Day weekend. Comment on our pages as we post them and share your pages with us too. We will surely be looking to the pixels2Pages Facebook Page for inspiration. We will be cropping from 9 am Saturday until 3:00 am Sunday (when someone told me we had to take a mandatory break). We will then put it back into high gear at 9:00 am Sunday ending at 6:00 pm.  Whew!  I am tired already.

You can follow our Shenanigans at this Facebook event, and follow our pages on the main pixels2Pages Facebook wall. Happy Cropping.

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One Response to Blog: LIVE LIVE LIVE on National Scrapbook Day

  1. jolleyontheroad jolleyontheroad says:

    Wish I was there!!

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