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Tuesday, May 22, 2007

Oh Goody!

I know not all my regular readers share my burgeoning interest in Digital Scrapbooking, but I have to share an excellent discovery. There’s a gal in Germany who is just as smitten with IKEA as I am. Not only that, she is also a prodigious Digi-Scrapper. Better still, she constantly updates her blog with scads of links to Free Digi-downloads - papers, kits, templates - you name it! Here’s the link to her blog: IKEA Goddess. Can’t beat that name!

If everything in that last paragraph was written in an incomprehensible foreign tongue and appears to be typed in a non-Latin alphabet, I apologize. All it means is that I have found a blog portal to lots of good things and I am very happy about it!

4 comments:

Pascaline said...

Sorry for my english but...Thanks to come to my blog...Your flowers photos are beautiful.

purpleronnie said...

yay! i have never done digital scrapbooking - i do in 'real life' but i will keep her link and check it out when i have some time...
perhaps u could do a post where u explain how it works?

Roo said...

In English - with diagrams, and sweets and coffee, and slowly...

You may have guessed, I did feel like I stepped into an alternate reality ;o)

Pink Granite said...

Bonjour Pascaline,
Votre anglais est meilleur que mon Français!
Thank heavens for computer translators and a few years of French classes!
I appreciate your compliment about my photographs!
Je reviendrai à votre blog!
;o)
- Lee

Hey Ronnie-
I never made the leap into paper scrapping. You're braver than I was. It all seemed too overwhelming! I promise to do what I can to tell a novice's tale of her adventures in the digital world!
;o)
- Lee

And yes, Roo, with lots of coffee and sweets - slowly and in English - rather like high tea in front of a computer! As for the diagrams, oh dear, that sounds like math and awfully technical, but I'll give it the old college try!
;o)
- Lee