SBG’s Studio Mix #1

 

 

Introducing SBG’s Brand New Studio Mix!

After four years and a successful run of our “Impressions of” kits, The Studio Girls Collective have decided that we are ready for a change at Scrapbookgraphics. We have thoughtfully arranged Studio Girls together into small stylistically harmonic groups. The gig was simple. Each group chose their own theme and colour pallet, and in a dynamic designer jam, they rocked it out until the kit was complete. The end result is our exciting new Studio Mix line of Studio Girls’ Collective kits. Leading us off with our first Studio Mix Group is Baers Garten, Charlize and Studio Q.

We didn’t know exactly what the final outcome would be when we put this trio together but we knew we could depend on some sugary sweetness. “Good Day Sunshine” is a delightful little diddy that celebrates the simple joys of summertime backyard play. In a splash of cheerful colours “Good Day Sunshine” brings you a medley of playful elements and papers perfect for scrapping the happiest of memories. Studio Buttercup also jumped in on the fun, with an adorable hop scotch template that is to die for. We have even included a surprise Quick page that will come free with the purchase of this Mix. On the Flip side of the Mix is our “B Sides”, which are Add-On Packages.

This month’s B Side is a cute collection of 4 whimsical Quick Pages. You can pick up “Good Day Sunshine” and the “Good Day Sunshine B Side Quick Pages” at a special introductory, early bird price of 20% off until June 12th. So grab yours today and start collecting this first in our new Studio Mix series.

P.S. Keep your eyes open for our next kit in the series, when we partner up Flergs, with Miss Vivi and Julia Makotinsky for what promises to be one seriously hot Mix.

Shutterfly’s New Photobook Interface

 

Shutterfly recently changed it’s Photobook software interface. How does the new “All NEW Custom Path” affect digital scrapbookers? I put together a little video that shows exactly how you can use the new interface to drag and drop your digital scrapbooking layouts. If you’ve used the new interface and have tips to share, leave them in the comments. We’d love to hear them! I might even hand out some prizes for extra helpful tips!

QUICK NOTE: I emailed Shutterfly to request specifications for the 8×11 peek-a-boo page (the page that shows through the optional die cut window). Here’s their response. “As for the die cut cover specs, we do not have those at this time. Our All New Custom Path is a new product for us and we are working on focusing the slight variations that may occur with our new method to be sure that your image would appear in the window of the book cover.” I’ve adjusted my peek-a-boo pages to add additional bleed per their regular page specs; however, it is my best guess and not an official measurement.

 

Click the link below to download videos in Mac and PC format.

NOTE: Video had been updated again as of 6/28/11 to reflect the method suggested on the Shutterfly blog.

Free Kit with $20 Purchase Thru May 8th

Spend $20 or more at Scrapbookgraphics this weekend and get this wonderful collab free! No coupon necessary!