Welcome to Day 6 of the series, FIND your FIT! (To return to the beginning, click here.)
Today, we will continue discussing types of scrapbooking by focusing on digital scrapbooking.
What is it?
Digital scrapbooking is similar to traditional paper scrapbooking, but uses a computer (or tablet) and software to complete the layouts. These layouts can then be shared online, printed through a photo processor, or be made into a printed photo book.
Digital scrapbooking requires:
- A computer with internet capabilities
- Software, such as Photoshop or Photoshop Elements
- Digital scrapbooking supplies. (These are available for download from online stores, and you can find just about any theme or color scheme to match your photos.)
Why it may be a good fit for you:
- It doesn’t require a lot of space, physical products/supplies, or tools.
- You can print multiple copies of a layout or share them electronically on multiple sites.
- The supplies can be used over and over. You only have to buy something once and you will never run out of it.
- It is easy to adjust the size of photos without having to reprint them.
- Digital pages are not as bulky as traditional.
- Have you tried digital scrapbooking? Leave a comment below letting us know.
- For digital scrapbooking without the need to buy software, check out Studio J by Close to My Heart!