Friday, May 2, 2014

Have you heard about Snap Guides?

Check out How to Make Big Fluffy Package Bows by Diane Campbell Payne on Snapguide.

I just learned about the SnapGuide site from reading a blog post by Jennifer Priest.  Jennifer is a multi-talented designer and blogger.  You can find her crafty projects at Hydrangea Hippo.  She also consults about the business of crafting, social media and marketing and has lots of good practical advice for crafty entrepreneurs.  Jennifer's directions on how to make a SnapGuide are on her site Rainmaker Media Works - click HERE to read the post.

Graphic45 just held a contest that required people to create a SnapGuide for an upcycling project to enter. The contest has closed but you can click HERE to go to the page and see all of the SnapGuides that were created.

What do you think of my SnapGuide?  Want to try making one yourself?  I did this one just to see how the process works.  It was fun and easy to do since I had all of the photos and steps already posted on my blog from last December.

Are you ready for National Scrapbooking Day tomorrow?  There are special events planned online and in your local area and lots and lots of shopping opportunities...  Enjoy!

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  1. that's pretty cool! Thanks for sharing this!

    1. I think it is a fun way to share - next time I''ll try the app (I did this from the computer).

  2. What a great site. Do you know if you have to upload from a blog or can you do it directly from a Word document?

    1. You just upload photos and add text - it is all set up within the site as you make your guide. There is also an app for iOS devices - I haven't tried that yet.


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