Digital scrapper or "paper" scrapper?
Posted 04 September 2006 - 01:37 PM
Darn it. And here I was so firmly in denial!
Posted 21 February 2007 - 07:36 PM
Posted 22 February 2007 - 09:22 PM
I also like to resize them and print them out on photo paper to keep in my albums. When I do that I usually combine the paper and digi worls by leaving off some embellishments and replacing them with 'real' ones on the print out. or printing parts of the layout sperately and making lift up flaps for hidden journalling.
Posted 26 June 2009 - 07:43 AM
Do you share your albums digitally with family and friends? Yes and no. I put some of my nicer pages on myspace.
Do you print out your digital albums? No. I just don't have the money for the ink. I AM considering doing one of those photobooks though. Just can't figure out which one. Or which album to use..
Do you use digital designs, print them out and use them in your paper scrapbooks? Nope. Once again... ink is the issue.
Do you use digital designs for crafts and home decor? Nope. Ink ink ink... the oh so lovely ink... that costs too much. We have to be very very frugal. But I do use traditional scrapping supplies.
Posted 26 June 2009 - 09:43 AM
Do you view your scrapbook page on the computer? Yes!
Do you share your albums digitally with family and friends? Yes!
Do you print out your digital albums? Yes!
Do you use digital designs, print them out and use them in your paper scrapbooks? nope
Do you use digital designs for crafts and home decor? not so far
I use my digital designs in paper scrapbooks. Initially my goal just so save money by making my own captions and elements instead of buying them. Now I want to be able to mass create my custom painted papers for my books and to sell online.
I freak when I go into paper scrapbooking stores/aisles. It all looks beautiful, but I can't decide what to buy, and don't want to go crazy. I usually leave with one tiny item or none. I had a friend who was that way in fabric stores. To keep her budget intact, she'd buy one spool of thread; she has an incredible collection of thread! LOL.
When I have paper supplies, I'm afraid to cut, make mistakes, waste anything. So, no paper scrapping. With Digital Scrapping, I'm fearless, and can have fun; I can re-use supplies, I can change them, etc. Good luck on your journey!
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