Semi-Annual BIG Sale & Birthday Event

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Septembet 1, 2020  |  Digital Scrapper News  |  Volume 18, Issue 35

Hi there!

We host a BIG SALE twice a year, but only ONE time a year do we slash prices to 45% off!

Happy Birthday to Us!

  • 17 years of learning 17 new versions of software.
  • 17 years of teaching Photoshop and Photoshop Elements.
  • 17 years of scrapbooking because we LOVE it!
  • And, 17 years of amazing friendships forming as a result of this amazing hobby we all share.

Semi-annual BIG Sale – 45% off Classes

To celebrate our birthday, I’m offering 45% off classes* now thru September 7, 2020, Midnight Eastern.


Need help getting started with Digital Scrapper? See my recommendations below. I can’t wait to see what YOU create with your newest class!


Love and creative success,

Jen White

Exclusions *Because they have just recently been released, The Pointillize Effect and Easy As Pie are NOT included in this sale. These two classes will be discounted in our next BIG sale in the spring.

Lifetime Premier Coupon Holder? Your 2020 code will apply on the Order Summary page during enrollment.

Shop now and SAVE 45% on classes*.

Credits: The Celebrate 17 sale image was created using Celebrate Her by Kristin Cronin-Barrow.



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My Recommendations

New to Digital Scrapper?

If you’re new to Digital Scrapper, I always recommend setting a solid foundation and filling in the gaps of your learning with QwikLearn Photoshop Elements & QwikLearn Photoshop by Linda Sattgast.


Already know the basics?

After you’ve set a solid foundation, I highly recommend diving into Design Beautiful Pages. This class was taught by three seasoned instructors — Linda Sattgast, Jen White & Jenifer Juris.



Something quick and fun?

Enroll in this fast and splashy class to spice up your scrapbook pages and give your skills a boost.




2 Responses

  1. Kimbelry Hall
    | Reply

    I created a scrapbook for my granddaughter of our trip to Olympic National Park. While there we took her to Forks, WA since she is a huge fan of the Twilight Books and Movies. She enjoyed it very much and will never forget a single detail now.

  2. Jo Henriksen
    | Reply

    I am working on refreshing pages that document the adoption of our two granddaughters from Russia. I am putting together new scrapbooks specifically for these two now that they are in the upper teens. I will take pages from the past and put them all together specifically just for these twol

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