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March 24, 2014

Sneak Peek & Giveaway: Double the Fun!



I took last week "off" to get caught up on some personal scrapping and to really get ahead on some of my designs. I'm trying to make sure you all have plenty of goodies to play with while I'm traveling and bringing my son home over the summer. We are looking at summer dates now...after some paperwork delays. More on that later.

Let's get back to the good stuff. I have 2 new releases that you aren't going to want to miss. They are sure to help you scrap a bunch of photos very quickly! Enter the giveaway below and make sure to keep an eye out on my facebook page. I'm going to post a giveaway over there too for you all to enter.

I'll announce the winner Thursday on my blog.

Happy Monday,
Liz


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44 comments:

April said...

I scrap two pages at a time, usually.

Brenda said...

Unless I'm doing a double page I scrap one page at a time!

Jen said...

They look amazing! I love 2 page spreads.

Robinsismai said...

I usually scrap one page for each subject, but sometimes I'll scrap 2 or 3 pages in a scrapping session

Heather said...

Thanks for the chance!

Shawna Wakeley said...

I am glad to see that I am not the only one that does a 2 page spread at a time. I think I fuss with my pages too much :)

Ashley Williams said...

These days I feel like I have to fight to even get a chance to sit down and scrap. I try to do as many as I can during one scrap session, but it averages 2-3 pages.

larkd said...

I try to do at least two at a time...but that doesn't always work :-)

Jennifer Prescott said...

Usually I have to go to scrap retreats to get away and focus. So I do about 30 pages a weekend.

lmjrocko said...


I usually do two or more.

The Joseph and Crystal Albrecht Family said...

I try to do two, but one of the things that I love best about digi scrapping is that I can do a little here and a little there and eventually it gets done without having to haul out and clean up a big mess each time I work on it! I love your templates, they help me out so much!

meagan43 said...

I usually finish 1 and at least start another (if not finish it). I have on occasion done 16-20 in a weekend for a marathon or special albums.

Shawna @ MomsGonnaSnap said...

Usually just 1. I wish I could crank them out faster!

Anke said...

I scrap almost all the time a douple pager - so I can see how it would look in an album.

Joanie said...

I always do 2 page spreads when working on a book project. If it's for anything else I'll do one. If you mean, how many pages can I accomplish when I sit down to scrap, well that all depends on the day! Some days things come easy, some days not so easy! That's why I love templates! And I love how these templates look!

Anne-Sophie Donnard said...

Usually, i scrap double pages! I love them! :)

Fairy White said...

I feel lucky if I complete 1 page. :) I wish I could scrap faster, but I'm a bit of a perfectionist, to tell the truth and that greatly slows things down. :)
Thank you so very much for the chance, Liz!!!

Dannethia said...

Such a great sneak peek Liz!!

Dessert should be my middle name said...

I love your templates Liz.

Karla Dunham said...

usually 1 page at a time, but sometimes 2 depending on the template i'm using

TeenaBugg38 said...

Depends on my mood! I do both paper and digital scrapping and obviously digital goes a bit faster and I can knock out several in an evening if Im feeling creative :)

Michele said...

I usually do one page, but it depends on how much time "one setting" ends up being! As many as I can!

Sharon said...

Most of the time I only do one page....thanks for the chance to win

Michelle Cebuhar said...

UsinG Your Templates Im ABle To Scrap A Couple In A Sitting. Thx!!

bendipez said...

Right now I'm having problems just doing a page!!!
2 pages would send my creative mojo into meltdown mode!!!

Alyna said...

I only scrap one page in a sitting unless I'm doing a double-pager and then it's two. ;) Thanks for the chance to win!

Rachel said...

Usually only one. Occasionally a double pager. Thanks for the chance.

Sue said...

I scrap either one page or a two-page layout, never more than that. Thanks for the chance to win!

Tammy said...

Never enough, but I almost always do two page spreads. I do try to finish each set before moving on to another set. Thank you for the chance to win! I absolutely love your templates!

Courtney said...

It depends on my time frame, and the amount of photos I have! I like to scrap at least a page a day, but some days I can sneak two in, and some days I miss.

Amber Stanifer said...

Usually just 1-2 pages in one sitting.

Steph Lovegreen said...

I try to do 2-3 at a time!

Shayne Sims said...

I take way to many pictures and have way to much scrapbook supplies so I do 2 page spreads.

MissHappy1980 said...

Love what I'm seeing, getting excited over here :)

MissHappy1980 said...

Love what I'm seeing, getting totally excited over here! :)

Stacey said...

I want to say that I scrap usually three or four and I do over a few day period of time but usually one page or two and close my program down for the night and then come back the next time I have a half an hour to play.

Shantell said...

I usually get one page done at a time. I'm usually scrapping during nap time :)

Sarah said...

It really depends on the subject and on the amount of photos I have. But normally 1 or 2 pages at a time.
Thanks for the chance. The sneak peek looks great!

Mellisa Carrabello said...

Usually just one. Unless I'm making QP's, then I'll bust out 4 in a row :)

Vlada Photoknizhki said...

i like double page

Becky N. said...

Just one! I have too many kids and things to do pulling at my attention to manage more than that.

mnJenL said...

Thanks so much for a chance to win!

Anne said...

Typically I do at least 3 pages in one sitting.... but if I get on a roll and can stay awake, I can do up to 10!!!

Tammy said...

Thank you, Liz! These are wonderful templates! I have a big event this weekend with my daughter's baby shower. I should be able to get LOTS of pages done, thanks to you!
Tammy

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