One Word to Define Your Year Challenge

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Now that we’ve begun the new year, we wanted to have a challenge that would help each of us choose and remember one word we’ll use to define our year in 2012.

Think about which single word you want to use to define your upcoming year. A few ideas are: happy, simplify, give, invent, create, release, journey, do, begin, patience. Use your creativity and come up with the perfect word for you!

Would you like to see what our fabulous Creative Team came up with for the One Word to Define Your Year Challenge? Feast your eyes on this:


by Nann


by SharLamb


by roseb


by connieg


by Barb

Aren’t these pages just beautiful? It definitely has me thinking about what my one word will be this year…

I love how these pages have so much meaning, and each is such a work of art! Are you ready to join us for this challenge?

Here are the challenge rules:

1. Create your own One Word to Define Your Year digital scrapbook page.

2. Post your individual pages in our One Word to Define Your Year Challenge Gallery.

3. Leave some love on the other pages in the gallery. (Not required but highly encouraged!)

This challenge is open for approximately 2 weeks. It will officially be closed to new entries on the night of January 29th, 2012 at midnight (Pacific Time).

We will announce the winner and post the winning layout here on the Digital Scrapper Blog, our Facebook page, and in our forum within a week of the challenge end date. The winner will receive a $10 gift certificate to our Digital Scrapper Shop that can be used towards Photoshop Elements & Adobe Photoshop Video Tutorials and awesome kits and templates! Gift Certificate codes cannot be used for existing or future Premier Membership.

If you’re new to digital scrapbooking and want to learn how to create 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 your own terrific, unique pages in Photoshop Elements or Adobe Photoshop!

Once you’re taken our Learn Digital Scrapbooking Class and you’re looking for fresh ideas for your scrapbook pages, check out our Easy Page Design Class (back by popular demand!) Class has just started!

Check out Digital Scrapper’s brand new class from Linda Sattgast — Your Story. Brilliant. It’s just barely begun, and it’s not too late to sign up! Don’t miss out on this amazing year long class!

Happy Scrapping!

~Andrea 🙂

2 Responses

  1. nann
    | Reply

    Sharron, I think that Steadfast works here too.

  2. Sharron Lamb
    | Reply

    Now that we’re into our second day without Digital Scrapper (because of the upgrade), I’m think of changing my word to: Desperate!

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