While I consider myself a digital scrapbooker, I haven’t scrapped a page in over 4 years. I learned how to digital scrapbook about 5 years ago and it seems once I figured out Photoshop the excitement was gone. But I still love Photoshop and I love the products. Much like non-scrappers have huge stashes of paper and scissors filling up closets, there’s a pretty good stash of digital products filling up our hard drive. I’m sharing a few of my favorite ways to use them here. Digital products let you have a well put together project in no time, especially quick pages and layouts just waiting for photos.
My favorite way to use brag books? Shipping labels. They have the perfect spot for an address–right where the photo should be. They take practically no time, and I like to think that I’m cheering up the receiver’s day as well as the postal workers!
This poor box is the link between cousins in different states. Once opened, it is filled and sent back–with a new mailing label of course. This label is a page out of this brag book.
CD case calenders provide a great layout for playlists to be typed up.
They are designed to fit jewel cases, so there is no need to bother with dimensions.I believe this calender month was April.
And don’t forget the regular embellishments and tags found in kits. We turned this tag into an invitation with the addition of a little die cut hat.
Digital scrapping makes mass producing a ton faster than the traditional way! Do it once and let the printer do the rest. If you think digi-scrapping isn’t your thing, you may want to think again. The best part may be that you can never use your digi supplies up! There’s always a new one waiting in the folder. If you hear all this talk about digital scrapbooking and you are still trying to figure it out, here is a good explanation. The Crafting Chicks use Photoshop and/or Photoshop Elements.