Michelle Stelling the leading instructor for beginner, intermediate and advanced digiScrappers and Photoshop Elements users, has taught over 5,000 digital scrapbookers and graphic designers throughout various colleges and via the internet for over 18 years. She founded the National Association of Digital Scrapbookers in 2007 and has run her own design firm, Digital Designs Inc, since 1998. Her students range from South Africa, New Zealand, Australia, Texas, New York, California and everywhere in between. Michelle is a regular contributor to Photoshop Elements User training site and Photoshop Elements Techniques Magazine. She has also appeared on CreativeLIVE two times. Michelle is enthusiastic about digital scrapbooking and loves to meet and teach others who are just as passionate as she is. What she is most proud of is her collection of testimonials.
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Karen from snickerdoodledesignsbykaren.com has been guest instructing for NAODS since January 2013. We are thrilled to have her on board. You can find all of her classes inside the membership area. Some of them include: “How to Create Simple Styles”, “Create Fabulous Custom Frames”, “Designing Papers with Textures”, “Digital Pattern Design” and many more. She has been a traditional scrapper since the early 1970’s and became a digital designer selling kits and other products in January 2010. Karen also appeared on CreativeLive in March of 2014. If you would like to find her schedule for an upcoming class, click here. Or if you would like to see her archived classes, be sure to login to the membership area.
Jill from Jilbert’s Bits of Bytes has been a digi-scrapper since July of 2012, bypassing the paper experience, and began her scrapbooking design business in May of 2013. Jill has over 30 years experience in various areas of computer graphics and began using Photoshop at version 2.5. She is married to her best friend, has 4 grown children, 5 grandchildren, 3 grand dogs and 3 grand cats. You can check out her designs at jilbert.org/shop/
Linda, from Linda Cumberland Designs, began her scrapping as a traditional paper scrapper in the year 2000 and discovered digital scrapping in 2002. Not long after she began digital scrapping, Linda was creating and selling her own products. She still enjoys merging her digital experience with her traditional scrapping to create photo albums, cards, and wall art for family and friends.
Linda has been married for 44 years. She and her hubby are blessed with 3 wonderful sons, a beautiful daughter-in-law, and 5 fabulous grandchildren, who are most times the focus of her layouts. When not designing, Linda enjoys teaching her 2 oldest granddaughters the art of digital scrapping, crafting, watching old movies, and traveling to visit family and friends.
Visit Linda’s store at http://www.lindacumberland.com/store/ to check out her designs.
Peggy has always been the family record keeper, but after fumbling at paper scrapping for a couple of years, found digi-scrapping in 2007. She began with Digital Image Suite, then Photoshop Elements 7. She has steadily updated and now loves PSE 15. Having succumbed to temptation over all those years, she found she needed good systems to organize all her supplies. She enjoys doing a little designing, artwork, and lots of photography, gardening, and family history. She has published several family history books using digi-scrapping. She lives in Washington state, blissfully retired, and has three grown children and nine grandchildren.
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