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December 11, 2008

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{vicki}

I usually get my scraplifts from magazines and websites.

{vicki}

Marty

I scraplift from magazines and books.

Shara

I usually scraplift from magazines, but lately I've been printing a lot of ideas from blogs.

tammy perkins

Love idea books - have a library of them!

Kim K.

I would love to win this book. I took a class from Donna Downey at CKU, Orlando, and she is so much fun! I scraplift from idea books, magazines, and my own stuff. Thanks for doing this!

Melinda Wilson

I would love to have this book since I am always scraplifting from magazines or scrappers books that they publish!

Amber

I use the internet like crazy...It is often my inspiration to get going!! I have seen this book and it is amazing...Would love to have it for myself!

Alaina

I love this book - love Donna Downey! I get my scraplifting materials from everywhere....friends, websites (love your work, too!!!), magazines, our local scrapping stores in Twin Falls, our bigger scrapping stores in Boise....inspiration is all around me! Can someone buy me more time?! :-)

Julie B

um, lots of places usually inspire me... but what may start out as a scraplift is normally a variation thereof by the time I get through!
Favorite inspirations are: Stacy Julian, Cathy Zielske, CK mag, Ali Edwards, and Becky Higgins. Would love this book for inspiration, too! =)

Amy Snyder

I love going through the sketches in Becky Higgins' books and in CK. I have never taken the opportunity to look through any of Donna's books so I would love the chance to win one.

Diana A

I look at magazines or books. I esp. like Becky Higgins sketches
thanks!!

Renee

I love Donna's work and would love to have one of her books. I get ideas from magazines and online.

Andrea Johnson

I have a few main scraplift sources, CK (of course), Becky Higgins, and QVC, I have scraplifted your layouts quite often!!

Thanks for that by the way! :)

Andrea J

Susanne N.

I am nuts for magazines! When I go to the store, I'm more tempted to buy a magazine than actual scrapbook products!

Kelly

My scraplifting sources...
CK magazine
Becky Higgins Sketch Books 1 & 2
Lisa Bearnsons Books 2,3 & 4
Scrapbook.com
Kelly
Sandy, Utah

Andrea C. in IL

I scrap lift from magazines mostly. I also work from sketches often. I follow a couple of blogs that offer a sketch each week. I would love a copy of this wonderful book. thanks, Andrea C.

kat-in-texas

I would love to win this great book too!

I like to scraplift friends pages, magazines like CK, and Big Name Scrapbook Girls like you, Lisa B., Becky Higgins, Karen Russell, Donna Downey, etc.

It's sorta like wearing each other's clothes, huh? ha.

kat-in-texas

I would love to win this great book too!

I like to scraplift friends pages, magazines like CK, and Big Name Scrapbook Girls like you, Lisa B., Becky Higgins, Karen Russell, Donna Downey, etc.

It's sorta like wearing each other's clothes, huh? ha.

Mary MacAskill

I don't lift too much, but I do like the sketches in CK and BHG.

tallyscrapper

I would love this book also, I am not very
original, mostly magazines and QVC books (I
have even copied some of your layouts, lol).
I use Becky's books also.

Cynthia

Donna's book looks great! Tell 'ya what - lately I've been getting so many scrapliftable LOs and ideas from the web! Becky Fleck publishes sketches every month - and not only do I save off the sketches, I also see at least one LO or card per month that I just want to copy! Jennifer McGuire's blog and the Hero Arts blog are also chock-full of ideas - lots of people share their ideas = SO much inspiration!

tammy g

I lift from Ali and Ck magazine. Love 'em both!

Jessica F

I love to scraplift out of magazines! Thanks for the giveaway!

Leisha

I scraplift from all sorts of things from scrappers, decor, art or things I find. Sometimes it starts as something and turns into something else or other ideas come from them. I just love to see what others create!

Joanne

Hi Kerri! My "go to" for scraplifting is always, always, always, Cathy Z's books....either one. I love them both!

Joanne in Austin

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