DSD 2008 Flair is on Facebook - just use the search term DSD And you can have your very own button for your blog or whatever. Just download it - DSD Button.
DSD 2008 shirts are for sale at Cafe Press. You can tell the world about digiscrapping and support a good cause at the same time. All proceeds will go to the NH Food Bank. And there are mugs and canvas bags and other good stuff too all with the design below.
A couple of people have asked me this - why didn't you name it National Digital Scrapbooking Day? Hmmm...good question...
To be honest, I'm afraid it wasn't a conscious decision - at least not on my part. But now that I think of it, it was a great idea. To give credit where credit is most definitely due, Digital Scrapbooking Day was the brainchild of Angie Pedersen who is co-coordinating the day with me. At any rate, we didn't really discuss calling it anything but DSD - or maybe she had figured all this out way before I did....:-)
There is, of course, a National Scrapbooking Day (NSD) which has been around for a long time. Since the advent of digital, NSD has been celebrated in both the paper and digital world. So not having national in our name does cut down on the confusion.
Then there is the international angle. Michelle Thompson, a digital scrapper and author of the enormously popular Scrapability blog pointed out that she was happy that we left national out of the name. After all, digital knows no geographic bounds and there are digiscrappers all over the world. Hopefully, the lack of the word national really tells it like it is - this is an international community and we have many (on line) friends all over the world. How cool is that? Okay..so maybe this is a little corny ...but I just think it amazing that we can bridge borders with digital scrapbooking. And that, hopefully, DSD is part of that.