Stamping Fun

truestampTrue Stamp is coming back this year and if you’ve been lacking in the creative mojo, or wondering how you
can get more life from the stamps you already own… or you just want to spend a day with a bunch of
super-cool crafty people, then look no further!

My friend Lain Ehmann of True Scrap has pulled together six of the hottest stamping companies
around to offer a full day of inspiration and fun, such as Technique Tuesday, Lawn Fawn, Simon Says
Stamp, and three more. They’ll be revealing all their best stamping tips, tricks, techniques, and secrets
in the ground-breaking True Stamp event.

True Stamp is a one-day, online, LIVE event on April 5. Yep, that’s right – all six instructors will come
to YOU via the magic of the Internet in a state-of-the-art web room. You’ll watch class demonstrations,
chat with instructors and other students, and have the time of your stampy life – all without leaving
home (or even changing out of your PJs!).

REGISTER HERE

You’ll learn from experts such as Shari Carroll, Kelly Marie Alvarez, Nichol Magouirk, Bev Grey, Bobbi Lemanski, and Kim Hughes, with a few surprise instructors.

If you’re tired of just staring at your stamping supplies or creating the “same old” projects, then check
out True Stamp.


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Collect App Review

 In the past I was using the Photo 365 app but this year I got hooked on the Collect App. This app works exactly the same way as the Photo 365 app in that you are prompted to collect a photo a day. There is a free version of the app and a paid version of the app. The paid version of the app allows you create a video of all your photos as well as it gives you different designs to choose from that you can add to your photos.

For $1.99 I think its worth it to have the pro version of the app so that you can pick the different designs to lay your photos out on! You can print these collected photos and use them in your project life or scrap them regularly. I love the simple layout of what the photos look like once you have collected them.

I really enjoy the journaling aspect of the collect app. The journaling enables me to write why I took that photo or what I am trying to remember. All this information is in the note part or you can put it in the title of the photo.

I love the collage aspect of the app that allows me to share my month after I have collected all my photos. I think this is one of my favorite aspects of the app and I plan to incorporate the collages into my project life album this year.

The app is very easy to use, upon opening it you see the monthly calendar and you pick the day that you want to add your photo to. Once you have picked your day you are taken to your photo albums or you can snap a picture.

Next you add your title and notes and you are all done. You can save the photo to your camera roll or you can send the photo to email, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Dropbox, or Flickr.

You can also add multiple photos to one day which allows you to collect all your memories and thoughts from one day!

I am no longer using the Photo 365 app and I have fallen completely in love with the Collect app!

Check out my February Collage and one of my first photos for the month of March!

Do you use a photo a day app?


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