What are your experiences in doing digital scrapbooking vs. traditional. Does anyone do both?
I've only done digital scrapbooking. It seems less messy
I do both but I'm leaning more toward digital now because I like having all my things in one place. But I still like all those beautiful papers and the feel of putting everything together. So I do like to make small books with a theme. I do have tons of traditional books already--but I don't think I have room to keep going on those!
I do both. I love the idea of being able to touch the product, and being able to glue things down, but sometimes I do not like my handwriting,find an imagine, or print out my photos that I have stored on my computer. In fact, I really do something called a hybid, where it is a combo of traditional, with digital. I am starting to see a trend of this type of scrapbooking.
by biancaalice 6 years ago
How do you get started in Digital Scrapbooking?
by mangels 9 years ago
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by viveresperando 5 years ago
Which do you prefer more digital scrapbooking or scrapbooking?I love the traditional scrapbooking but I am very tight on money and I have been told that digital scrapbooking is less expensive. There are quite a bit of free digital paper available as free downloads. Anyone have an...
by Jane@CM 9 years ago
I plan to continue blogging on digital scrapbooking and was asked by someone to post my digital pages, however, all contain photos of my kids..little apprehensive of posting photos of my kids, your thoughts?j
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