If you haven’t joined us for the One Word to Define Your Year Challenge, you should think about doing it even though this challenge has closed! It can give great perspective for your upcoming year and help you focus on a certain word you want to remember and embody all year.
Some examples of the words we had uploaded to our One Word To Define Your Year Challenge Gallery: Balance, Focus, Contentment, Create, Fearless, Commitment, Inspire, Steadfast, Enjoy, Perseverance, Blossom, etc.
Would you like to hear who won this challenge? Let me tell you, it was not an easy decision! There were so many beautiful and inspiring layouts to choose from! The winner is:
I really like the photo mask that cpanther57 used on her main photo, and the rose she added, plus the creative way she marked the word on the page. Her word, “faith,” is clean and simple. This is an elegant and beautiful layout! Congrats, cpanther57.
cpanther57, in the next few days, you will receive a little note in your inbox at the Digital Scrapper forum from us with your $10 gift certificate code. You can use it in the Digital Scrapper Shop towards Photoshop & Photoshop Elements Tutorials, Digital Scrapbooking Kits, or Scrapbook Templates! Gift Certificate codes cannot be used for existing or future Premier Membership.
We have a new challenge launching on Monday, February 6, 2012, so be on the look out for it! It will be a really fun one!
Don’t forget to take a look at Digital Scrapper’s brand new class from Linda Sattgast — Your Story. Brilliant. — It just started last month (it’s a 12 month class), and it’s definitely not too late to sign up and take this amazing class!
Also, if you’re new to digital scrapbooking and need some help creating your own digital scrapbook pages, check out our Learn Digital Scrapbooking class, taught by Adobe’s Official Scrapbooking Expert, Linda Sattgast. You’ll learn the basics and get started designing terrific, unique pages in Photoshop Elements or Adobe Photoshop!
Thanks to all those who entered this challenge, and we hope to see you enter the next one!
P.S. Can I have all of your One Word to Define Your Year words to define my year? I guess I need to narrow my word down for this year… so many great ideas!