Saturday, April 19, 2008

Digital scrapbooking

I wanted to try it out so i just downloaded a few free papers, letters and embellishments. I think I could get into it, but there is limited `stuff' that you can get for free so it may not look as good as I would like. For example, they only give you letters A-J for free in hopes that you buy the rest. These letters were the only ones with the full alphabet. Each one took about 20 minutes (I had to work on my photoshop skills a bit!) so I bet I could whip up some pages pretty fast:) Then, I could just print them up at Costco for about $2 or so....hmmmm....could be fun!


  1. Anonymous12:40 AM

    I've experimenting a bit with digital scrapbooking this year, as I took a class where we learned how to use photoshop and I found a few great sites online for free kits, and you get all the letters, and quite a few embelishments and papers and stuff. I'll send them to you on facebook if I can find where I got them from. I like the pages you did, they're cute. I think digital scrapbooking is a lot cheaper than regular scrapbooking, I'ev spent a lot of money on products and printing photos. Either way though, the results are always nice.