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London Calling Digital Layouts


Here's my first attempt at a blog post!  I'm so excited to share my latest digital creation with you.  I'm hoping to share more of my creations either paper or digital.  Crafting helps me unwind.

I finally got to jump in to this digital scrapbooking kit by Club Scrap.  My favorite paper and digital monthly kits.  This month's kit was London Calling but even though we were FAR AWAY from London, the quotes and many stamp images work.  We played in phone booths, saw many ferris wheels and rode double decker buses.  It is quite amazing how Club Scrap's kits just work!



Since I just returned home after 30+ days in Southeast Asia, I quickly downloaded the London Calling QDDL (Quick Drop Digital Layouts) that Club Scrap offers as part of their monthly Digital kit.


I don't really have the time today to create a page highlighting our trip, so I used one page twice.  I just rotated the layout for the second page, brushed over the quotes, added a ribbon, inked edges and stamped my own quotes provided in the kit.  Super-duper easy!


In just a few minutes I have a double page digital layout.  Unfortunately I couldn't make this layout work for PSL (Pro Scrapbooker's League) since it uses the QDDL.  Can't wait to lock myself (and my kitty) in my Scrap Studio and work on those cards tomorrow!

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  1. Wonderful job Lisa!! And your layout of Asia is gorgeous!

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  2. Beautiful layout! And it's great that you've started blogging... You have a lot to share and so many crafters will realy benefit from your ideas and creativity. I can't wait to see the next blog!

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  3. I can't believe you're home from your trip and you already have scrap pages done! You're a dynamo. Great tip about rotating the QDDL and love your pages.

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