Action: Calendar Poster Bundle

Scrap up a 12×12 or 8.5×11 poster calendar in minutes with these easy actions. Choose 13 papers or photos and a background paper. Then, select one of the provided calendar brushes (Sun-Sat or Mon-Sun). You can always use your own calendar stamps too! Finish it off with a few embellishments from your stash and you have a fabulous calendar to adorn your wall or give as a gift.Plus, the actions allow for a lot of flexibility. Move things around as the action runs. Or, make adjustments later. All layers are left intact!

12×12 and Letter Calendar Poster Action
12×12 and Letter Calendar Stamp Action (adds the dates to the calendar)
8 Calendar Stamps (PNG; 2012/2013 letter and classic in su-sa and m-su formats)
2 Layered PSD/TIF templates
Video Tutorial
Installing Actions PDF Tutorial

BONUS: Take a sneak peek at my Subway Art Poster action by watching the video tutorial!

This action set is for personal and S4H use only. Photographer use is permitted under the S4H license.

Tested in PSE6-10, PSCS2-5.5. Kit not included. (Special thanks to the Studio Girls for use of Studio Mix Natural Elegance in the Tutorial.)

Push a Button and Watch It Scrap

My ScrapIt Actions and Power Scrap It Collab with Katie were featured on The Daily Digi on Saturday. Check out the post for a fabulous interview with Katie, and a fun video of Steph scrapping a layout with one of the ScrapIt actions!


In honor of this special feature, all the original ScrapIt Actions are on sale through the end of August!

Script: Power Scrap It Collab

Be sure to stop by ScrapbookLady Pages to read what Katie had to say about this set we collabed on, and to see some wonderful sample pages she created using these scripts and actions. (Hint, hint, she might just have a coupon for you!)

I recently had a revelation. When I’m working on a major album, I change the way I scrap. I don’t work on one page at a time. I work on like tasks in smaller chunks of time. I’m more productive when I group like tasks together over a series of pages. This revelation, though new to me, was not new at all, as I came to find out!In fact, Katie the Scrapbook Lady (from ScrapbookladyPages & The Daily Digi) pioneered an entire method based on this idea called “Power Scrapping.” The concept is simple, but, well, powerful! Instead of thinking in terms of one page at a time, start thinking in terms of scrapping tasks like sorting photos, matching them to templates and kits, pulling in papers and elements, etc.Katie and I have teamed up to take Power Scrapping to the next level with this unique set of actions and templates. You can quickly start new layouts, import templates, rotate, flip or flop them, add photos, batch add elements, papers and more with or without shadows! This set of actions does all the busy work for you, leaving you more time for the part you love… the creative part!

This set includes actions and scripts, along with the optional templates. You’ll get a video tutorial on using the actions and a PDF on how to install them correctly. Pay careful attention on where to install your scripts and actions. It’s not hard… just copy and paste to the right location for your version of Photoshop or Elements and your Operations System (XP, Vista/W7, Mac).

8 12×12 PSD/TIF templates with a variety of photo options (by Katie the Scrapbook Lady)
4 Layout Starters (8×8, 12×12, Custom, Template)
5 Rotaters (Rotate templates left, right, 180° or flip up or down)
3 Photo Placers (Adds photos and lets you position them.)
4 Add Actions (Add an element, paper, title or journaling)
5 Batch Add Actions (Add an entire folder of images in 5 shadow options, large and small, top and bottom, or no shadow; PSE users see the tutorial for special instructions)
PDF Tutorial (Installating and explaining each action)
Video Tutorial (On using the Power Scrap Actions)

Personal use and scrap-4-hire use okay. Tested in PSCS3-5, English only; PSE 6-9.

Action: Photo Booth It


Remember the olden days when you’d squeeze in a photo booth, pop in a few coins and walk out with a strip of silly, funny, wonderful photos? Now you can transform 4 or 8 of your favorite photos into one strip or two. You control the cropping as you go! Use the double up action or the 8 photo action and get a cluster of two strips, shadowed and ready to go. The strips are each individual layers so you can adjust the placement and shadows if you wish.

What a great way to scrap your small phone photos, Project 365/52/Life photos or those funny faces reminiscent of the olden days! (Resulting photos are 2″ each on a long strip.)

1 action for a 4-photo strip
1 action for a 4-photo strip, duplicated and clustered
1 action for two different 4-photo strips, clustered

This action is for personal use and scrap-4-hire use only. Tested in PSE5-9, PSCS 2-5, English & German.