Protected: Day 20: Iconic Style — Liz Tamanaha

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  • Amy

    Oh I love Liz! She’s probably my go-to designer for paper. I’m always getting new Paislee Press stuff! In fact, I just got a few more templates that I need to give a go yet.

  • jodie

    Well….look who it is! You already know that I loooove her. She’s an amazing person, scrapper, business woman, and friend. And I’m just saying…..I think *I* am the one who introduced you guys….woohoooo! LOL

  • jodie

    Oh and LURVE Holliewood Designs…..I am crossing my fingers! I reeeeally miss her at oscraps but am loving her new site!

  • Icecat62

    Ohhhh boy. Maybe I will do a digi. I don’t know if I will have the time, but I wouldn’t be able to print it out until later.

  • Danielle Taylor

    Could I be anymore inspired then I am at this moment after listening to you and Liz?? Holy smokes! Now the question is can I do a digi layout??? hmmm probably will stick to hybrid but I will do my best to include fun digi elements!

  • Margaret

    Comfort zone, comfort zone, are you out there? This is way outside of my comfort zone, but it’s all good. Liz’s pages are so gorgeous and minimalist. I’ve never done digi (have PSE but haven’t used it yet) and I don’t think I can teach myself digi in one afternoon, so I’ll see what I can cook up a la Liz on a hybrid or paper layout. Thanks for the inspiration!

  • Melinda

    man, Im overwhelmed. I don’t get it. Ive never done a digital page. So I downloaded adobe- but there’s like 6 photoshop versions on the free trial. I found paisleepress, went to quickpages, picked one. HOw do I buy it? What is the price and why’s it not listed? Then what do I do? I don’t have a 12×12 printer. So where do I get this printed and how do I upload it today? I think I need a little more handholding!

  • lynne moore

    Wow. Her photos are really beautiful. No wonder she can be a mimimalist… nice showcase.

  • Icecat62

    I know we were supposed to lift Liz, but the Ali template I had was just as minimal as what Liz does and I really liked how it was set up for my needs, so I didn’t lift Liz, but I did do a digi which is good for me because it’s not something I’m really comfortable doing even though I use Photoshop for a lot of other things. I guess this is why we get these daily challenges. :)

  • Margy Eastman

    Great interview! I’m off to her blog…

  • mariangeles_spain

    I kind of do hybrid scrapbooking since I use my computer for journaling, printing digital files, edit pictures, etc, but I can’t imagine not using my scissors at all :)

  • Anonymous

    How did it go? Did you manage to?

  • mariangeles_spain

    ¬†If you’re talking about a digital LO, I haven’t tried, I really love to get my hands on my scissors, paper & glue :)

  • Anonymous

    No, I meant no scissors! :)

  • mariangeles_spain

     hehehe OK!

  • Rhonda H

    I love her style. I couldn’t do it all the time, though. I think I would feel “limited”.
    Kinda like I appreciate modern decorating, but could not live with it.

    I am adding my 0wn A-Z category: “R is for Ready-Made embellishments.” It took me a while ( and a lot of supplies to show for it) to figure this out about myself.
    Yep, That’s me. I am too impatient to hand-make my embellishments. I know it costs more, and I will occasionally make something if I can’t find anything that “fits”, but I’d rather reach for something made and call it done.

  • Anonymous

    I hear you. I like to look at the bare bones and build from there. Her style is very sparse, but the basic structure is always gorgeous and I can add enough so it looks like “me.”