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Digital Scrapbooking Day 2008 - 1 Week from Today!

Dsd button Announcing/reminding you that Digital Scrapbooking Day is coming up fast - it is held the first Saturday of November, which falls on November 1st this year.

Digital Scrapbooking Day was first established by Triscape, Inc. in 2007 to create awareness for digital scrapbooking – not only as a creative way to document and display memories, but also as a means to archive photos and memorabilia safely digitally. Digital Scrapbooking Day (DSD) is intended to act as a catalyst to set aside some time at least annually to digitally documenting your personal history.

Susan White, of Triscape and the Scrappin' without Scraps blog, has been very busy this week updating the DSD blog, and linking to all sorts of goings-on in the digital community.  Be sure to check out her posts on DSD Facebook Flair, and where to find a list of DSD Events, Activities, & SALES.

Digital Scrapbooking Magazine Editor Jennafer Martin has also been busy - she's created a DSD "festival" page on Facebook.  DSM is also co-hosting a holiday card contest in honor of Digital Scrapbooking Day, along with Scrapblog and Creating Keepsakes: Scrapblog Challenge

It's exciting to see so much buzz about Digital Scrapbooking Day - over 19,000 hits on Google, and 273 hits on Technorati for "DSD", and events specifically created for Facebook.

Comments

Alimom4

Didn't know about this, TY Angie.

Ideas, ideas... great info... ~ Ali

susan

Thank you so much for letting everyone know about DSD. Happy DSD to you!

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