SLOOW Down Summer—Try This Tutorial

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July 16, 2019 | Digital Scrapper News | Volume 17, Issue 29

Hi there!

Every year I say it.
“This summer is going to be different. I’m going to slooow things down.”

. . . insert crickets chirping . . .

Has this ever worked for you?
Me neither. This is probably my busiest (and fun-est) summer ever.

Here’s what we’ve got going on here at Digital Scrapper this week:

  1. New class coming soon starring Syndee Rogers!
  2. You asked for it — How To SLOOW Down Class Videos
  3. Primp your summer scrapbook page with an encore tutorial

Get all the details below.

Raise your tall glass of lemonade with me. Let’s make a toast. Here’s to long summer nights spent near a crackly fire enjoying moments with friends new and old.

Make those memories last, my dear. They go way too quickly.

Love and creative success,

Jen White

P.S. Lesson 11 is now available in the Mastery 2 classroom. The images in the private Facebook group are AMAZING! Thank you for being a part of this class with me this summer. It’s helped me stop and appreciate the little things. — Jen White



One week. Maybe two. But, no more than that.
That’s how long it will be until you’ll see a BRAND NEW class offered in our classroom by a widely-known (but new to the QwikLearn classroom) teacher.

Syndee Rogers is excited to join us teaching Photoshop and Photoshop Elements in a class setting. I’ve already strolled through her new class and it’s . . . wowzers!

Details coming soon.




We get asked this question on a regular basis. And with all the different learning styles out there, I’m not surprised that some of you would do better if our videos were slo-o-o-ower!

If you are among the many who’d like to hear us give instruction at a slightly slower speed, here’s how you can choose the pace to fit your taste.


  1. Open a lecture that contains a video in our classroom.
  2. Click on the Settings icon at the top of the screen.
  3. Set the Speed to your liking.



Free Tutorial by Syndee Rogers

Note: This tutorial has been updated for current software.

Use a chunky serif font and a cleverly placed stroke outline to create a splash of summer fun on your next digital project.

Read it on the blog: Offset Summer Title


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