I spent a lovely afternoon with my college room mate scrap booking! We reminisced how we would have all our die cuts, stickers, decorative scissors and what not spread out on our dorm room floor and then in the sorority house.
We talked about how scrap booking has evolved and now that we have children, the reason why we scrapbook has also changed. For me it is about documenting our life and telling our story.
I used to paper scrap and still love to incorporate paper scrapping into our lives through other craft projects with the Girls and for Photography Styled Shoots and such. I think I will always use paper and glue creatively in some form or another. I love it.
But for me right now, Digital Scrap booking is what fits best in our lives and lately I’ve been focusing on Project Life.
My Friend who is still paper scrapping asked about Digital Scrap booking and Project Life. I was about to put together an email for her with various links of How To’s but I thought you all would be interested as well.
Here are some Helpful Links to get you started:
My Scrap Plan and why I started Project Life
My Project Life Pages
AC Digitals where you can purchase Project Life Digital Supplies
Jessica Sprague has amazing online classes
Ali Edwards rocks Project Life and creates wonderful Digital Supplies
She has a great tutorial on getting started Digital Scrapbooking
Traci Reed offers a bunch of tutorials on her blog
There is a ton of info and Digital Scrapbook Stores out there but I think I’ve given you enough for now.
Well, here are a few more resources
Sweet Shoppe Designs
I use Photoshop CS5.
I print my Layouts at Persnickety Prints.
I print Albums at Shutterfly.
I love templates from Janet Phillips, Cindy Schneider, Lori Whitlock and Becky Higgins.
I love Quick Pages from Studio DD.
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