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  • #85153
    Cassel
    Keymaster
    • 2501
    • Superfan

    I hope you can help me, or at least inspire me. I am looking for a catchy phrase that would summarize what the Campus/membership means for scrapbookers and for non-scrapbookers (so it can actually be two separate phrases).

    Just like the iPod had “1000 songs in your pocket”, what would the Campus have?

    Can you think of anything? Let’s just brainstorm.

    #85157
    Susan Ewart
    Participant
    • 741
    • Enthusiast

    All the answers you need, just a click away!

    or something to that effect.

    All the inspiration…

    All the tutorials….

    All the …..

    #85161
    Sue Thomas
    Participant
    • 1567
    • Superfan

    More than the mind can absorb.

    A wealth of information.

    #85171
    Jannette Nieuwboer-Dons
    Participant
    • 178
    • Junior

    What do you think of:  “A treasure box of possibilities!”

    #85177
    Susan Ewart
    Participant
    • 741
    • Enthusiast

     Jannette, that’s a good one.

    #85178
    Cassel
    Keymaster
    • 2501
    • Superfan

    Keep them coming. I am gathering them for future use.

    #85194
    cindy harris
    Participant
    • 419
    • Enthusiast

    I Love all these

    Wanted to ask my grands but everyones been busy today now in bed lol

    #85195
    Suzy
    Participant
    • 171
    • Junior

    Scrapbook Campus –

    Got a question? Just ask us!

     

    It’s supposed to rhyme. Maybe this isn’t my thing.

     

    Carole on Scrapbook Campus, has much to share and enchant us. LOL!

     

     

    • This reply was modified 1 month ago by Suzy.
    #85206
    Bonnie Ballentine
    Participant
    • 1625
    • Superfan

    Playing off of other slogans:

    You’re in good hands with the Scrapbook Campus.

    The power of memories.

    I love the Scrapbook Campus.

    When you care enough to scrap the very best.

    Scrapbook Campus…when you’re here, you’re family.

    Scrapbook Campus…open happy memories.

    Scrapbook Campus…scrap it your way.

    Scrapbook Campus…let us guide you to your next scrapping adventure.

    Scrapbooking…that was easy.

    Digital Scrapbooking…reduce your carbon footprint and have fun.

    You’re in good hands with Carole.

    Scrapbook Campus…better instruction, better pages.

    No one outscraps the Scrapbook Campus.

    Scrapbook Campus…how scrappers get more done.

    Like a good neighbor Scrapbook Campus is there.

    Scrapbook Campus, I’m lovin’ it.

    #85207
    Cassel
    Keymaster
    • 2501
    • Superfan

    Wow Bonnie, I could immediately recognize some of those slogans! And they are cool too!

    #85210
    Marie-Claire
    Participant
    • 346
    • Enthusiast

    Cool Bonnie !

    #85219
    Rene Marker
    Participant
    • 189
    • Junior

    I love this one…  Scrapbook Campus…how scrappers get more done.

    #85220
    Sue Thomas
    Participant
    • 1567
    • Superfan

    “Artistically inspiring tutorials and creative ideas across (the board)  a broad spectrum”

    or simply

    “Artistically inspiring”

    I feel that it may be a good idea not to emphasise scrapbooking, even though it’s in the title.  Initially I wasn’t a scrapbooker. I was a bit sceptical when I first saw the site.  Mind you as soon as I had a browse through the site, I knew it was what I was looking for.

    #85221
    Susan Ewart
    Participant
    • 741
    • Enthusiast

    Gold Medal Bonnie!  Loved them.

    #85223
    Susan Ewart
    Participant
    • 741
    • Enthusiast

    “If you are stuck…there’s a tutorial for that”  a play on “there’s an app for that.

    which is what I’m doing now, text on an ellipse path that I want the bottom to have a curved word going in the right direction.  I found two that I’m about to watch. I got the words across the top and now to get the word across the bottom in the right direction.

    #85224
    Rene Marker
    Participant
    • 189
    • Junior

    IMO since the site is called “Scrapbook Campus”, scrapbooking should be highlighted in a main tagline in some way. Bonnie did come up with some great ones. Glad she’s creative that way because I’m not!!!

    #85225
    Sue Thomas
    Participant
    • 1567
    • Superfan

    Imagination at work through tutorials.

    Knowledge and creativity  through tutorials lasts for ever.

    #85226
    Corrie Kinkel
    Participant
    • 1039
    • Superfan

    Bonnie those are cool! I admire everyones slogans, but for me making such things in a foreign language….. I find it a bit difficult, so I’ll wait and see what comes up.

    #85242
    Susan Ewart
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    • 741
    • Enthusiast

    I get that Corrie, it’s hard enough to think up slogans in your own language let alone trying to translate it to another language.  I watch a lot of Korean Series and the subtitles are often quite humorous.  Even funnier is when they actually use an English word and turn to my husband and tell him I think I can understand Korean now.

    All the slogans are really well thought out and I think they can be used in many areas and for different purposes, good to the have lots of choices for the right situations.

    #85261
    Chris Schults
    Participant
    • 43
    • Rookie

    So I am dutch and not a scrapbooker, but learned a lot here,  I decided not to try but think the best three I saw are

    Suzy

    Scrapbook Campus – Got a question? Just ask us!

    Sue Thomas

    Artistically inspiring tutorials and creative ideas across a broad spectrum

    Susan Edwart

    If you are stuck…there’s a tutorial for that.

    #85329
    Sharla
    Participant
    • 107
    • Junior

    Love the creativity being shown here. What about making explicit mention of PaintShop Pro?

    For example:

    Want to be a PaintShop Pro expert? Join Scrapbook Campus

    Become a PaintShop Pro expert with Scrapbook Campus

    And a 101 other variations…

    I rather like “Making Memories with PaintShop Pro” that Carole has for her store.

     

    • This reply was modified 1 month ago by Sharla.
    #85349
    Suzy
    Participant
    • 171
    • Junior

    The scrapbook dynamo with Paint Shop Pro

    (make) your memories glow with Paint Shop Pro

    Scrap your memories and mistletoe with Paint Shop Pro

    your pictures will get up and go with Paint Shop Pro

    Not much better, but I think I agree with Sharla that the Paint Shop Pro is more important.  Despite what I have posted above, I think the scrap is less important. Surely a large percentage of PSP users don’t do any kind of scrapbooking at all?

     

     

    #85391
    Sue Thomas
    Participant
    • 1567
    • Superfan

    Learn, where your  digital creativity can break boundaries.

    OR

    Learn, to push your  digital creativity to new boundaries.

     

    Personally, I would omit PSP and the Scrapbook campus from the  phrase.   It’s irrelevant  whether you are a scrapbooker or not. As everything in the campus can be  used  in copious  forms of digital art,  photography,    wordart,  cards,  advertising poster, and the list goes on and on.  Once you  have mastered even a few techniques demonstrated in the campus tutorials,  those skills allows you to digitally create what you  envisage in your mind

    #85393
    Cassel
    Keymaster
    • 2501
    • Superfan

    The debate about whether to include the “scrapbooking” or the “PSP” in any of the Campus promotion has been in my head for over 10 years!

    Some people come and discover digital scrapbooking, after being paper scrapbookers.
    Some people discover digital scrapbooking as a totally new activity.
    Some people discover PSP as a way to transition from paper to digital.
    Some people expand their PSP knowledge through various activities, including but not exclusive to scrapbooking.

    It is like there are so many different points of entry or “reasons” to enter in the Campus, and so many reasons to stay too!

    That is why brainstorming like this might help find an “overarching” reason for most to come and stay with us.

    And if I can’t find a single phrase, I might use more than one, in different places!

    #85399
    Sue Thomas
    Participant
    • 1567
    • Superfan

    Carole, have you ever done a survey, on those points that you made?

    I had never done paper scrapbooking, or digital scrapbooking, until I  found your site.  I used PSP to edit photos, create cards and calendars.  Programs, and posters for various organisations I  was involved in, also business cards.  Such as PTA (parent, teacher assoc)  Pony Club,  Local Ploughing match and the like.

    The phrases I have posted, are from what I have experienced through being a member of the campus.

    #85400
    Marie-Claire
    Participant
    • 346
    • Enthusiast

    Like Sue, I used PSP for the same purposes as Sue, never scrapbooking either. But even though I worked a lot with PSP, I still have and learn a lot here on campus. It’s also a really nice place because there is a contact through the forum and the webinars. It is indeed not easy to summarize the many reasons in one sentence.

    #85401
    Cassel
    Keymaster
    • 2501
    • Superfan

    Following Sue’s suggestion, I just posted a survey in the FB group HERE.

    If you don’t have FB and are still interested, here it is:

    When you first came to the Scrapbook Campus, what were you looking for? (add options as needed)

    • How to do digital scrapbooking
    • How to use PaintShop Pro
    • Expand my existing knowledge of PSP
    • How to improve photos

    And you can add other options too.

    #85569
    Sharla
    Participant
    • 107
    • Junior

    I joined to learn more about digital scrapbooking just to do something different with PSP other than photo editing. What I’ve discovered is, that whilst scrapbooking is interesting, the real substance of the campus (for me) is learning how to use PSP. If I had known how much information was available on PSP via the great tutorials and masterclasses I would have got involved sooner. Ironically, the spotlight on scrapbooking is what put me off.

    The campus offers a great deal for scrapbookers and non scrapbookers and that variety is wonderful but difficult for a single catchy phrase perhaps the campus itself needs a new name to reflect the diversity.

    #85570
    Ann Seeber
    Participant
    • 1319
    • Superfan

    Sharla: I completely agree with you. The term Scrapbooking kind of put me off too because I wasn’t into Genealogy for my family. I had actually turned that chore over to one of my daughters who is now using the Ancestry internet site to document our family history. Telling stories is more my speed but I find them awkward in a 3600 px square. Since becoming a member of this Campus I’ve learned so much about what PSP can do and, for me, that is the focus. The Google definition of scrapbooking says: Scrapbooking is a method of preserving, presenting and arranging personal and family history in the form of a book, box or card. Typical memorabilia include photographs, printed media, and artwork. Scrapbook albums are often decorated and frequently contain extensive journal entries or written descriptions. I’ve been using PSP for years to make ads for our movies, so scrapbooks don’t really fit. (We own a movie theater).

    #85571
    Marvin Fojtasek
    Participant
    • 37
    • Rookie

    I joined to learn how to use PSP. My goal for learning PSP is to improve photos and create interesting content that can be incorporated into slideshows. I first learned about Carole when I viewed webinars on Corel.com. Subsequently, I learned about Scrapbook Campus. At first, I was skeptical about joining Scrapbook Campus because I thought that all the educational material would be geared toward digital scrapbooking. However, I was surprised and pleased to find how much of the content was about how to use the tools in PSP. I am impressed with the breadth and variety of topics that can be found in Scrapbook Campus. Reading and seeing the contributions of members is interesting and informative. Carole is an excellent instructor, and I am so glad that I found out about her and her website.

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