Digital Scrapbookers Can Win a Year Subscription and be a Featured Designer

American Fork, Utah (PressExposure) January 15, 2009 -- wants to find the next undiscovered digital designer to feature on their website and it could be you. To celebrate their one year anniversary, toNoodle is sponsoring a Create A Kit contest where you can submit a new, original digital scrapbook kit to win a year membership subscription to and have your kit as a featured download by toNoodle members. The top 3 winners will also receive an invitation from A Cherry On Top to become an apprentice designer for their online digital scrapbooking store.

"Anyone who has ever dreamed of designing and selling their digital scrapbook art should enter this contest." says Cameron VanAusdal, the voice behind toNoodle's video tutorials. "This contest gives new budding designers a chance to show off their work and be discovered."

Designers can submit a preview of their digital scrapbook kit online through a form on the website, and read the official contest rules. The entry period ends on March 15, 2009. After that, 20 finalists will be chosen and those kits will be published on the site, giving viewers a chance to vote for their favorite one. Winners will be announced April 15, 2009 on the website. is pleased to have the following additional sponsors provide prizes for the contest: A Cherry on Top, Kreations by Kami, Willro&co Designs, Amy Teets Designs, CG Essentials, Crisdam Designs, Designs by Selle, Julie Mead, Randi Oh Designs, and Katie the Scrapbook Lady. If you are not sure what goes into making a digital scrapbook kit, you are encouraged to look in the contest gallery or follow the sponsor links from the home page for examples.

About toNoodle LLP is a membership website with 135 video tutorials on how to digital scrapbook using Adobe Photoshop Elements and Photoshop CS3. Subscribers can purchase a one month trial membership for $5.95.

Paul Lindberg, Partner
paul (@) toNoodle (dot) com

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