One of the awesome things about digital scrapbooking is manipulating pixels in surprising ways. Something fun to try is creating a gif file for internet sharing. Gif files are little animated files. On my layout below, the Christmas lights blink on the sleigh and on the stocking: Start with creating your layout. I used Kristin Aagard's Christmas Lights kit. It has a few elements in both glow version and regular version. I layered them on top of each other, and saved one layout with the glow on, and one with the glow off. Next, load the layers into one file, with no background layer. Every layer in the panel will become a layer in your gif. In Photoshop CC, go to Window - Timeline (In CS5 and CS6 it's Animate). In the middle below your workspace, you will have the option of Create Video Timeline or Create Frame Animation. Click on Create Frame Animation. Then use the menu dropdown on the right hand side to choose Make Frames From Layers. You will see a thumbnail of each layer frame in the bottom. Now is the experimenting part. Under the frames is a dropdown that defaults to 0 sec. You can select all the frames and change it to the same amount of time, or set each frame individually. The time dictates how long you'll see each frame. I used 0.2 on my layout above. I found 0.1 to be too fast. Play around with the time, and use the little play button to test and see if you like it. Once you have the frame rate picked, it's time to save. In Photoshop CC, choose Export - Save for Web (Legacy). On the side where it says jpeg make sure to change it to gif. If not, the animation won't keep. Finish saving, and you now have a gif to share. Of course, once I print out the layout, the lights won't flash. That's where a QR code comes in handy! I grab the location of my layout, and create a QR code using a free site. Once the QR code has been created, I can save it and add it to the layout I print. Now when my family is glancing through, they can scan the code, and watch the animated layout. The QR code works amazing with little videos too.