Saturday, October 25, 2008

I'm a Digi Scrapper!

This is something that I've been wanting to learn how to do for months now and thanks to some help from my friends and family it is a reality! My brother-in-law Mike, gave me Photoshop Elements back in August when I was hinting that was what I would like for my birthday, but once I had it I had no idea what to do with it. So, luckily for me I'm in charge of midweek activities in my ward and there just happen to be a few girls in our ward who are excellent at this, so I conned one of them (thanks Sara!) to teach a class on digital scrapbooking, that was last week. I also need to give a bit of credit to the tutorials at http://www.twopeasinabucket.com/, they helped me figure out some of the finer points. And now I have completed a total of 14 pages and actually have a book done for my Grandparents 50th Anniversary!!! (To quote Disney Chanel) Yay Me! This is probably my favorite layout, it showcases how beautiful my Grandma looks and all the great-grandkids!

5 comments:

Sara said...

Look at you! Nice job!

Hilarie said...

Great job! I've not gotten into the digital scrapbooking yet. Maybe some day. I'd probably be able to get a lot more scrapbooked that way!

The Moorhouses said...

I have recently started 'playing' with some digital scrapbooking, but still like all the ink and texture and layers of regualar scrapbooking, so I can't get too into it. Anyway, I thought I'd pass along a blog that I found that has SUPER cute and cheap kits to download and she has a ton a freebie's too. www.justsoscrappy.blogspot.com You'll have to let me know if you like it and post some pages if you use any of it.

The Moorhouses said...

Forgot to tell you about another website that has free kit downloads. www.shabbyprincess.com

The Moorhouses said...

And I also wanted to ask you how you print them out? Do you do it on photo paper, like upload to Costco as a picture, or at home on regular paper or what? I have not printed any of my digi-pages out because I can't decide how to do it.