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New Releases, plus a sale on all my products!


Hey, peeps! I’m back, and I’m super excited about quite a few new things I’ve got going on. First of all, I’m the Featured Designer at P&Co today-Sept 19, which means all of my products are on sale for 25% off.

Additionally, I’ve got a brand-new kit out that I’m crazy in love with, and you can get it for free. THAT’S RIGHT. It’s free, with any $10 purchase from P&Co.


As part of my Featured Designer week, I’ve answered a fun quiz over on the P&Co blog. Comment there by Thursday, and you could win a $5 Gift Certificate to my store! Additionally, I’ve got a few other special events going on:

  • First, you’ll catch me hosting P&Co’s first ever Ask-Me-Anything video chat on Monday, Sept 16 at 10 AM MT (12 noon ET). Stop on by, and you can literally ask me anything… I’ll demonstrate some of my secret tips and tricks, discuss a tricky technique, and perhaps even give out a prize or two. 😉
  • Secondly, I’ll be handing out brand-new freebies every single day next week, Monday-Friday. It’s only on my Facebook page, so don’t delay. (Be sure to snag the current one before it comes down tomorrow!)
  • And, finally, I’m holding my first ever Creative Team Call. Think it might be just the thing for you? Check out the details below, and send in your applications!


So, ready for another contest, for a $10 Gift Certificate to my store? Comment here: Tell me your favorite color right now, and how you’ve used it in your day-to-day life. (One winner will be chosen randomly. Contest ends at 11:59 PM MT Thursday, Sept 19.)

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Summer Girl Collab

(Looking for the DSC Blog Train? Scroll down!)

I was SO excited to work with the amazing Celeste Knight for a new collab that released this week. Celeste has such a way with gorgeous floral patterns, and I was super excited with the color scheme and idea we came up with. I literally could not stop designing for this kit, and trying new things I’d never done before.

I proudly give you Summer Girl Part 2:

It absolutely reminds me of faded sundresses and cowboy boots on a summer day, and did you see that embroidered leather? I SO love it, but really, I love the whole darn kit! I couldn’t resist playing with it… it’s been ages since I had time to scrap! Here’s my layout:

Layout by Gennifer Bursett

Check out that title… super cool, right? It’s another new kit I released this week, called Elemental Snippy Alphas. I totally dig it. Check out this layout that also uses Snippy, (and my super fun Washi Tags (another new release!):

Layout by Shannon Dombkowski

And here’s a look at some layouts made by my super talented creative team (and guest creative team!) members:

Layout by Michelle Huegel

That’s got one of my new mists from Toolbox – Mists Vol. 9, by the way!

Layout by Gwen LaFleur

Layout by Kate Christensen

Layout by Sarah Sullivan

Layout by Sandy Henderson

And, what would a new collab be without a giveaway? Comment here, and tell me this:

Have you ever been to Durango, Colorado?

I’ll be back on Monday to announce a winner (via random.org) from all the comments entered by 11:59 PM (MST) on Sunday. Oh, and what’s the giveaway? How about all FIVE of my newly released kits! That’s right, you’ll get Summer Girl Part 2, Summer Girl Solids, Elemental Snippy Alphas, Washi Tags, and Toolbox – Mists Vol. 9!

Be sure to stop by the DHD blog to enter there… you could with both Part 1 and Part 2 of the collab, and stop by my shop this weekend for a free kit, dollar kits, and discounts off every kit in my store! I’m also participating in a blog train, so be sure to check that out for a fun mini kit from me called In The Garden.

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DSC June Blog Train Freebie + Giveaway

I’m super excited to be participating in the June Blog Train, coordinated by Digi Scrap Connect. This was my first time participating, and it was a blast putting together a mini kit for you. Here’s my contribution:

What good is a preview without seeing the kit in action? I’ve got twelve gorgeous layouts to share with you, from some super talented ladies I know!

Layout by Rachel Alles

Layout by Missy Backues

Layout by Jeryn Carlisi

Layout by Jen Papadimitriou

Layout by Carey Bridges

Layout by Arielle Gordon

Layout by Kelly Mobley

Layout by Gwen LaFleur

Layout by Kate Christensen

Layout by Michelle Huegel

Layout by Kate Christensen

Layout by Kym Tsukamoto

And you thought I was exaggerating when I said gorgeous, huh? Before I give you the link though, I’ve got a few things to tell you about:

  • First, if you’re new to my designs, I invite you to check out my shop at Design House Digital. My entire shop will be on sale for 25% off this weekend, so it’s a great time to snag a few kits at a discounted rate. Some of my kits will be priced at only a buck, and one of my kits will even be free, but they all go back to regular price on Monday.
  • Second, I’ll be hosting a chat with Celeste Knight on Saturday night at 7 PM (MST), so feel free to stop on by the DHD chat room!

So, how about a giveaway? Comment here, and answer this:

Are you a gardener?

I’ll be back on Monday to choose one winner (via random.org) for a $15 gift certificate to my shop at Design House Digital. Comments must be posted by 11:59 PM (MST) to be eligible.

And now, back to our blog train. To grab my mini kit, click here: In The Garden. Thanks for stopping by my blog, and I hope you enjoy what I put together for you.

If you get lost along the way, here’s a link to the other blogs… check them all out, because there are some real beauties in there!

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I’m back, and ready to post the winner of a $50 gift certificate to my shop. It was tough work, but I (random.org) very carefully took all your names and picked one (randomly, of course) to win. Without further ado, congrats to:

Watch your inbox for an email from me, Stacey!

But, wait. You’re name’s not Stacey? Mine isn’t, either, so I didn’t forget about you. I (really me, this time!) very carefully took all your links and tallied them up. The top 4 of your favorite kits were Favorite Things, Favorite Things 2, Office Space Part 2, and County Fair Part 2. How would you like one (or more!) of those, free? Here’s how it works:

  1. Shop in my store between now and May 15.
  2. Send me your store receipt (gennifer.bursett[at]designhousedigital.com), tell me which kit you want for free, and I’ll send it directly to you!
  3. Amounts are stackable, so if you spend more, you’ll get more free!

That’s it! Easy, right? So, what are you waiting for? Get shopping, and score some of my most popular kits free!

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[inter] National Scrapbook Day – Blog Hop Freebie!

You know, I’ve decided something. Any hobby that celebrates its own craftiness is freakin’ awesome.

This weekend is [inter] National Scrapbook Day, and as part of the hoopla at Design House Digital, we’ve got an awesome collaboration kit from the Design House Digital designers, called Retrospect:

Did you know that you can grab it for free? FREE! And, to make it even easier, you don’t have to download eleventy billion little pieces, or mess with any of the file-sharing websites and their ridiculously slow timers. It’s right in the shop at DHD, and all you have to do is follow along on the blog hop to grab the coupon code, and then download at your convenience. Pretty darn awesome, huh? So, if you wandered in to my blog first, you need to stop (collaborate and listen!) right now and head back to the beginning.

I’d like to share a little bit today about layouts, and what to do AFTER they are finished. Just like with so many other aspects of digital scrapbooking, the possibilities are many, so we’ll touch on a few, and discuss the pros and cons of each.

Don’t print it. No one says you HAVE to print your layouts. (I have a friend who has never printed a single one, because she likes the way they look in her monitor!) Display them in a digital frame, post them to your blog, or carry them around on your iPad or cell phone. What a great way to show off some pictures of your loved ones, right? Cons: You definitely want to back them up, because if you lose your device (or it crashes) you are out of luck, since most of these will be displaying low-res versions.

Print it yourself. This one is pretty obvious, I know, but there is a benefit to printing at home, namely instant gratification. Unless you have a wide-format printer, though, your sizes are limited, and if you do have a wide-format printer, ink cartridges and paper aren’t super easy to find. (At least not for me!) There’s also probably a bit of waste involved, because usually your layouts need to be trimmed.

Have it printed, by page. Obviously, a nice feature of our digital age, and the fact that our layouts are already on the computer. You can upload, have it printed, and shipped right to your door – perfect for those hectic times when we get a bit behind. Or those lazy times, when you’re vegging in your pajamas all day. You do need to allow time for shipping, and not all companies do common scrapbook sizes like 8×8 and 12×12.

Have it printed, by the book. You can upload all of your pages and have them printed in a single, bound book. How cool is that? Again, delivery to home is a nice benefit. There are a few cons, though: Formatting them can be a beast, since you really do need to allow extra room along the spine. Also, you can’t have your books too full, or the stitching doesn’t hold. (Don’t ask me how I know.)

So, out of all these options, I’ve got to throw the one I like the most at you. Are you ready?

Have it developed. The one biggest con to the above three printing options is that they are printed, and not developed. That means fading, scratching, and water damage are all real possibilities. Plus, the visual difference between a layout where the ink is sitting on top and one where the image is actually developed into the paper are astoundingly different. Don’t believe me? Take a look.

The one on the left was done using a photographic print process (aka developed) by Persnickety Prints, and the one on the right was printed by me. (Excuse the winter layout… I’m out of ink and have to buy it online. A serious con.)

It’s hard to really demonstrate it on screen, but the difference is crazy. Here’s a closer look:

Don’t tell my husband, but it looks like the super-expensive wide-format photo printer I [used to] use just isn’t cutting it. The detail of the background paper is lost in the home print, but shows up nicely in the developed version. The whole thing is just richer and more vibrant, and my shadows look amazingly realistic!

I’m going to do a more extensive blog post soon showing you the differences (and discussing the speed, because HOLY COW! they were fast!), but trust me, the appearance alone was enough to change my mind… the rest of it is just icing on the persnickety cake!

Bottom line, though? We work so hard at preserving our photos, so let’s make sure we’ve preserved them all the way. Computers fail, external hard drives fail, our favorite sites (and their online galleries) have bugs or even go offline. Don’t take a chance with your memories.

And now, on to some fun stuff! I’m having a little contest here, and the winner will get a $50 gift certificate to my Design House Digital shop!

Comment here, and link a product from my shop that you like.

That’s it! Want more chances? Post a link to that same product on your own blog, Facebook, or Twitter, let me know once you’ve done it (one comment for each), and you will be entered into a drawing.  You can enter daily, and every comment posted between now and 11:59 PM (MST) on Tuesday, May 8 will be eligible.

Don’t forget to grab your letter, because you’ll need that to get the amazing Retrospect kit free! Your letter is:

If you’re doing our Layout Challenge, my challenge is to rotate your title sideways.

Now, head over to Tiffany Bodily’s blog, where you can see what she’s thinking today: Tiffany’s Thoughts.

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