30 Reasons Why I’m Thankful for Studio J + a Giveaway


I was so inspired by Jeanette Lynton’s Cricut Shape-a-Day series last month that I decided to do my own in November.  I love being a Close To My Heart consultant, and I’m so thankful for Studio J!  I want to share with you at least 30 of the reasons why I’m so passionate about Studio J, but that’s not all…I’m also giving away a free Studio J 5-pack this month! 
To enter you must be a public follower of Studio Scrapping and leave a comment on this post.
For optional extra entries you may do any of the following and leave separate comments for each:
·         Become a fan of the Studio Scrapping Facebook page.
·         Follow StudioScrapping on Twitter.
·         Share this contest post with 5 of your friends.
·         Create a FREE Studio J account on my consultant page to try the tips I’m sharing this month.  Leave a comment letting me know which ones you like the best.
Why I’m Thankful for Studio J #1—Text Boxes

I’ve talked about text boxes a lot in my tutorials, but this simple tip bears repeating, because it makes Studio J such a versatile program.  I can use text boxes to create journaling strips, ribbon clusters, change the shape of my layout, and mat photos.  I can rotate text boxes, send them behind photos and other text boxes, and layer as many as I want.  I can fill text boxes with vellum, cardstock, and patterned paper.  I can even leave my text boxes transparent so that I can place text or distressing on top of photos.  Text boxes are our friends, so watch this quick tip and then log in to Studio J to try it yourself!



About the author

Amy

My adventures as a CTMH consultant began in April of 2007. My goal was simply to meet my minimums so that I could enjoy the consultant discount. Little did I know that my passion for the products and teaching scrapbooking and stamping techniques would lead me to so many new friendships. I’ve had the good fortune to travel to a variety of CTMH events and was even asked to teach at the Studio J Boot Camp in 2011 and the Convention Extravaganza in 2012.

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20 Responses to 30 Reasons Why I’m Thankful for Studio J + a Giveaway

  1. Joanne Jay

    I love your Studio J teaching tips. Thanks for sharing.

     
  2. Elizabeth

    I’m so excited about this month here on your blog! I am just a newbie at Studio J (and CTMH consulting) but I love all your tutorials and refer everyone I know to your blog and you tube channel! Thanks so much for this!!

     
  3. Bettyann

    I am excited about viewing your tutorials and learning more about how to improve my Studio J LO’s. Sure hope I win the 5-pack!!

     
  4. Christina Strom

    Look forward to getting some more tips with your tutorials 🙂

     
  5. Casie

    Following you now!

     
  6. Casie

    Also started following your twitter acct.

     
  7. Casie

    I liked your facebook page.

     
  8. Casie

    Now I liked the Studio J FB page as well!!

     
  9. Christina Strom

    Thankful for your tutorials 🙂

     
  10. Casie

    Shared on my FB page with all my friends!

     
  11. canadian_liner

    Amy, you are my go-to person for all Studio J technical issues! Thanks for posting this awesome series of tutorials this month. I’ll be following you via my blog 😉

     
  12. Joel and Amy

    Thank you for the chance to win. I love Studio J and really appreciate your tutorials. They have made scrapping so easy.

     
  13. Joel and Amy

    I follow you on facebook too! ~Amy

     
  14. Kristin

    Amy, Thank you so much for all of your great Ideas!!!! I am now following you on facebook too. Kristin

     
  15. superbunny

    I have 16 pages done on Studio J and today I am placing my first order. I am very excited and can’t wait to put them in my book.

     
  16. CarlaMom2AnSnM

    I’m following you now on Facebook! Looks great 🙂

     
  17. Melissa

    So happy I found your page! Studio J has been my saving grace in staying on top of scrapbooking my daughter’s many milestones. New tricks are always nice to learn and pass on to my customers!

     
  18. Maya Brown

    Who would have known that a text box can be used from so many different techniques? Adding distressing to your photos and creating a mat without decreasing the size of your photo. Awesome!

     
  19. Maya Brown

    Pretty cool-I have used the right click “move to the front” or “move to the back” but didn’t know that you needed to select it up to 9 times. Thank you for making this tutorial.

     
  20. Anonymous

    I love your Studio J techniques. I become a bigger fan of Studio J every time I read your blog. Thanks so much for sharing

    Pat Hann

     

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