Friday, December 4, 2009
And There's More...
This is what I did tonight instead of dishes. I'm very productive.
To answer your questions, digital scrapbooking is where you download premade "paper","embellishments", even "eyelets". Then you put them all together however you want with your own photos and such. Just like you would with regular scrapbooking...only without the mess. And the cost. You need a program like Photoshop to be able to to it properly, but us cheap folk just use paint.net. It's not great, but it usually does the job. And it's free.
When you're done you can either print the pages yourself, have them professionally printed (Costco, Walgreens, etc.) or get a bunch of them printed into a book through a place like Snapfish. Most of the papers come preset at a 12x12 inch format, but I've been changing them to 8x10 to make them a more standard size for printing.
A few places to check out:
Shabby Princess (these are really cute kits!)
Free Digital Scrapbooking
Scrapbook Flair (They have a free software you can dowload and use)
Posted by Jessy S at 9:29 PM