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December 11, 2008

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Barb

I have been wanting that book since it came out!!!! I sometimes scraplift from magazines.
Barb P.

Joan

My favorite magazines are Creating Keepsakes and Simple Scrapbooks and I also follow some blogs. My friends and I get ideas from each other, too.

rhonda

I usually scraplift most of my pages. If something catches my eye or I like the colors, etc., I usually copy it - nothing wrong with that because otherwise it might take me way too long to figure something out! I would love to have a copy of this book - love her work.
Rhonda R.

Amy

I would love this book! thanks for the opportunity!

Deana

I feel like I'm more of a scraplifter than a scrap artist already because I'm always getting inspiration from magazines and other's blogs. I'm headed over to check out Donna's blog now. Thanks!

Suzzi

There is SOOOOOO much inspiration on the net, I started out with the magazines of course, but then went on to message boards and now a blog addict. I have all of Donna's books so she is an ispiration to scraplift of course.

Sorry, started to say that on message boards, people attach their blog links and man the inspiration from everyone. I even lift off blogs that are not related to scrapbooking.

Great post.

Lori

I lift from Becky Higgins and Heidi Swapp. I LOVE their layouts!

Kimberly S.

I would LOVE to scraplift from this book! I hope I win!

-Kim

Diana

I like to "lift" from online and magazines, I love the inspiration when I am having a little lack of creative flow!

Jingle

I love Donna's style! I usually lift from magazines or from books like this if I lift. I find it's a great way to get out of a slump!

ShellyJ

I love getting inspiration from my magazines :) CK is a favorite of mine.

Lara

Hi Kerri! I love to scrapbook from wonderfully talented people like yourself!

Jennifer

I scraplift from magazines, my friends and from some of the blog ideas I see! Thanks for the chance to win this book.

Amy V. in OH

Well...scraplift is my middle name! I "lift" from just about everywhere...CK magazine, LOVE the Lisa Bearnson books (have the first 4 and the 5th is on my wishlist), Becky H's sketch books, and PageMaps. Really...I'm quite shameless about it, I'm very grateful it is not punishable by law! :o)

Erin Bohland

I like to scraplift from blogs.. I love blogs and check them everyday...

Kimberly W.

Thanks so much for the chance to win!!!

I like to get a lot of my ideas from the CK magazine or online gallery. Becky Higgins also has a ton of awesome sketches!

Have a great day!!!

jennifer

I get my ideas to scarplift for the Studio Calico gallery. Always great paper and awesome pages. I also peek at Scrapbooks etc.

Colleen Barron

I would love to win this book. I usually get "ideas" from CK maagazine or checking out blogs like yours. Thanks for the chance to win.

abaltayan

I get ideas from various places: blogs, CK's website, CK magazine. I usually try to figure out how to best fit my pictures on the page, but then I'll remember the cute butterfly wings (or flowers or border or...), and I'll incorporate that into the page. Thanks for the opportunity!

Brianna T.

I usually get mine from magazines or online sketches!

ana-maria roat

I have Becky Fleck's PageMaps and love it. I also love to look at what everyone is doing on line and go from there.

Thanks for the chance to win!
ana

Amanda

I usually scraplift from magazines, Becky Higgins sketches book, or from scapbooking blogs. I love to scrapbook but I'm not as creative as some so I have to cheat!!
Amanda
Logan, UT

Jessica P.

I do a LOT of scraplifting from Becky Higgins Sketches, whether it is from her sketch books or from the sketches that come off of the Creating Keepsakes website. Thanks for another great contest!

Jessica P,
Irvington, NY

Cheryl

I've been wanting this book. Thanks for a chance of winning. I find lots of inspiration on peoples blogs and I look at lots of ads.

Bettina

Would love this book - I use books like this, magazines and blogs mostly for scraplifting. Thanks for a chance at this wonderful book.

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