Welcome to November, a fun-filled month at The Digital Press! (Wait, it’s November already???) This month, our one little word is HARMONY.
Could this word be more perfect for this month? In the U.S., this is certainly a very busy month as it kickstarts the Holiday season. On top of that, we have DSD AND most importantly, The Digital Press turns 1!!! Can you believe that we are already approaching our first birthday!? Seriously – time flies when you’re having fun. With all of that excitement, we feel that finding harmony is all the more important.
Harmony doesn’t have to only mean finding peace due to holidays – although this would be nice. It could also mean finding harmony, balance, peace with your family, relationships, designs, etc. The list could go on and on.
Here is some inspiration I found on Pinterest:
As you can see, the word Harmony can evoke lots of inspiration for your own memory keeping. I myself cannot wait to implement it this month for my own projects (and life).
Each month, we like to encourage you to step out of the box at times with our challenges. Below are the list of upcoming challenges for the month that focus on Harmony. For more information about our challenge system please read this post in our forums.
Here is a handy image you can save to your computer, featuring our lineup for November (made by the ever-talented Alina from the TDP creative team, using the brand new store collab One (in honor of our first birthday) that you can purchase for only $4 for the first 4 days of the month!
Please keep checking back on the blog for more information about all of the fun we have planned this month – it will be a great one!
About the Author: Rachel Alles is on the Creative Team here at The Digital Press. She is fortunate to share her life with her loving husband, Doug, and two blessings: Madeline and Maxwell. The three of them are her main source of inspiration for her pocket and traditional style pages. When she’s not scrapping, she enjoys anything Disney related, learning more about photography (and attempting to turn the dial off Auto) and dabbling in home decor projects.