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Scrapbooking Pages - Digital Scrapbooking
Digital Scrapbooking is catching on... and with computers so readily available in homes, it is the new way to preserve your memories!
There are no adhesives, hammers or fibres to play with... but that doesn't mean it isn't as much FUN! It's easy to redo a page if you aren't completely happy, without wasting expensive products! And you can easily email your layouts to relatives or friends (no scanning necessary :)
Click on the RED links below for some great websites dedicated to making Digital Scrapbooking easy!
Do you have a digital layout? Submit it (attach as a jpg and send to us here at email@example.com) and if will load it onto our site, and you could bag yourself some scrapbooking goodies!!
by Julia Theriac (Jules) has been digi scrapping for around 9 months and uses Photoshop 8.1 & 9!
by Shirley Bouwer by Anne Bryce
Paper, flowers and photo corner from Scrapbook-bytes.com
Never thought of doing this before - It was fun - Thanks.
Digital Tips, Tricks & Traps! (Articles)
Computer Generated Scrapbooking
Our Digital Diva!
We have our very own Digital Diva (Kym) who is happy to answer any queries you may have on starting to scrap digitally! Email her at firstname.lastname@example.org...
My name is Kym and I live in the South of England with my husband and 3 of our 5 children and 4 ‘pampurred’ British Shorthair cats. I am a grandmother to 3 gorgeous babies who give me plenty of inspiration for my scrapping!
I discovered scrapbooking through card making which I have been doing on and off for several years. I have always enjoyed creating things and used to be a sugarcraft artist, making and decorating celebration cakes but have never really considered myself artistic or particularly creative, I just know what I like and like the challenge of finding ways of achieving it.
My style is eclectic. I like a mixture of things. I have always journalled in my ordinary photo albums as I like pictures to tell stories and it is all too easy to forget dates, places etc as time passes.
I particularly enjoy digital scrapping as my computer and I are joined at the hip!! Seriously though, I discovered digital scrapping through simple photo manipulation a couple of years ago when I got my first digital camera and then realised just what you can do with photos. That, combined with the great advances in software over the last few years has made graphics for the home PC user much simpler and accessible.
I mainly use Digital Image Pro for my digital scrapping, as it is simple and very user friendly. I do use Paint Shop Pro for creating some items and to manipulate photos etc. I have several other software packages but have found DIP to be the best for my needs, so most of my instructions will apply to this but can be adapted for other packages.
I hope to be able to share tips and secrets with you all and answer any
questions. I hope you will enjoy learning along with me and look forward
to seeing your finished work. Feel free to email me with any questions
and I will do my best to help.