It’s July… and here at The Digital Press, we’re excited for a month of summertime fun!
We love everything about summer. We love the way things seem to slow down — even if just a teeny, tiny bit — to allow us to take some time to relax. We love the long, lazy days (even if just on the weekends!). We even love the hot, sticky weather… #BecausePopsicles. In the summertime, the truth is that you’re just a tiny bit more likely to throw responsibility out the window and do something fun for yourself. It’s truly a time to THRIVE — which, very fittingly, is our new Word of the Month for July 2016 here at TDP!
Looking for ways to THRIVE this month? Come join us at TDP! We’re jumping into the second month of our revamped Challenge System, and there are so many fun new things in store for you throughout the month of July.
We have 9 new challenges waiting for you in THE CROSSWORD SECTION — a.k.a. our forum’s challenge section — a fun play on words that we love because (a) #WeAreNerdyThatWay, (b) our challenges have always been loosely connected to our Word of the Month at TDP (get it? “crossword” haha)… and (c) it fits nicely into TDP’s news/press theme.
Here’s a peek at the challenges you’ll find throughout July 2016…
Get more information about our monthly challenge system HERE.
Meanwhile, make sure you check out our newest TDP collaborative collection, Firecracker, which launched today in the shop. The design team really knocked it out of the park with this collection (I think it is my new all-time favorite TDP collaboration — and yes, I know, I said that last month, too!), and with 40+ papers, 90+ elements, 19+ journal cards, layered templates, cutting files, and more… it’s a must-have for scrapping your summer memories and creating some fun hybrid projects, party decorations, and more!
We look forward to spending July with you at The Digital Press!
About the Author Laura Passage is the owner of The Digital Press, and also the designer behind Wishing Well Creations by Laura Passage (WWC). She works now as a graphic designer in both the digital and paper scrapbooking industries, but previously spent over a decade working as a college soccer coach. She lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband and two young sons (affectionately referred to as The Tiny Terrorists), and will rationalize eating coffee ice cream for breakfast to anyone who questions it.