Hi all and thanks for dropping in to my crafty blog.
Todays post is just for me and I want to share some of the pages I have recently completed using digital scrapbooking kits together with Photoshop. Being a papercrafter my earler scrapbook pages were paper based and that was good. But as digi-images gain more interest in crafting and scrapbooking; I though it was time to get to grips with this 'Digital' thingy before it gets too late. I hadn't realised how easy it could be to learn and how the digital process, although the same as the paperbased scrapping, can add jus that something to a page that cannot be achieved with paper and embellishments alone. The pages below are representive of my progress through the 'self-taught' process and my initial skill set
I have been a subscriber to the Daily Digi website for a while now but not had much time to actually get into it. The Daily Digi treats subscribers to wonderful Freebies from a host of designers and to tons of hints and tips for FREE! I like this site a lot now I've got the digi-scrapping bug and I 'm working up to becoming a real paid up member anytime now!
Kathleen and Tommy
Nick and Nina
Aunt Kay and sisters
I am pleased with the pages I have created. The are all personal and have special meaning for me and my family. The feedback from said family has been great and I think I am going to be a very busy scrapper putting this digi-scrapbooking into action.
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