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Digital Trends | Hexagons

Hexagons are showing up all over the web right now – they are some of the trendiest shapes of the summer. Let’s go take a look at just a few of the digital hexagon-shaped products that I’ve seen lately.

Oscraps

Oscraps has two products that focus almost exclusively on the hexagon right now. The first is a set of hexagon tabs from Paislee Press with writing prompts and word art. The second is a 12 x 12 template by Anna Aspnes – the hexagon shapes extend behind the paper strip and title, allowing you to fill the shapes with just images or a combination of images and papers.

Paislee Press Writer's Blocks

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Digital Trends | Travel

Summertime travel is in full swing in the digital world. Travel kits, brushes and elements are all hitting the stores and I’ve collected some of them here for you. Let’s go take a look at just a few of the new digi travel products that have been released.

Designer Digitals

At Designer Digitals, Katie Pertiet has three new travel-themed kits this week, including circular word stamps, blendable dictionary definitions, and gorgeous soft blendable maps.

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Digital Trends | Blending

Blending has always been a popular tool for digital scrapbookers. It’s one of those fun techniques that you just can’t do with paper scrapping. Using photoshop or other similar programs, you can blend papers, photos, textures, overlays, brushes and on and on. The possibilities are truly endless. Blendable products are really hot right now. Let’s take a look at just a few of the new digi products that have been released.

Designer Digitals

Katie Pertiet has collection after collection of blendable products at Designer Digitals. She has just released 3 new blending products this week, including vintage journalers with soft edges for easy blending, as well as a blended template that includes snippets of papers and elements. All you have to do is add your photo, paper and some journaling. Her third release is a set of 4 12×12 clipping masks for blending your own papers and photos.

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Digital Trends | Banners

Everywhere I look, I see digital banners. Some designers call them bunting or pendant flags, but they are the same. And they are all over the web – in so many colors, designs, and shapes. Come and have a look at just a few of the newest ones in the digital world!
Designer Digitals
There are too many wonderful banners at Designer Digitals to count! But these three kits are the newest ones to hit the shelves. Katie Pertiet has just released a unique set of twine banner templates that I cannot wait to use – I love the ability to add your own papers and designs to the banner. Studio Double-D has a gorgeous and peaceful feel to its new Readymade banner and Lynn Grieveson has two happy and colorful banners in her new Poppies Kit.

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Digital Trends | Colorful Hues

We have color, color and more color today! Summer is coming and digital designers are bringing us their brightest and most vibrant products to welcome in the new season. Color is everywhere right now. Check out these new products!

Sweet Shoppe Designs

Studio Basic Designs at Sweet Shoppe Designs came out with two beautiful kits this week. The first includes 38 beautiful solid papers in a rainbow of colors, and the second includes 12 papers and over 30 colorful embellishments.

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Digital Trends | 3 x 4 Journaling Cards

As we get closer and closer to the mid-point of the year, Project Life continues to be everywhere. And 3 x 4 digital journaling cards are the hot item right now. New offerings keep the interest level high and there are some great ones this week. Check these out!

Designer Digitals

Designer Digitals has multiple new journaling cards out this week, including releases from Katie Pertiet, Studio Double D, and Cathy Zielske.

Katie’s newest addition to her Rainbow series includes 32 3 x 4 journal cards labeled with the days of the week and adorable stitching.

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