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Author Topic: Digital Scrapbooking  (Read 1805 times)

siouxdax

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Digital Scrapbooking
« on: April 01, 2009, 07:26:48 PM »
Hello friends:
So lately I've been feeding my internal queen (I'm gay, so I have carte blanche to use that word, LOL) and found a neat little site for those of you who are interested in scrapbooking but don't want to deal with the expense and having to acquire tons of material. At scrapblog.com you can create a digital scrapbook, one page at a time. It has the usual materials such as background papers, stickers, frames for photos (you can upload quickly) and other doo-dads to create a convincing scrapbook page. No account is required, so you can just create on-the-fly using their scrapbook web app. You can also order prints, which is where I assume they make the bulk of their money. But with a registered account you can save your creations and share them with anyone. Pretty neat stuff, so I thought I'd share with you folks! Ciao!
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Daniel in Tulsa
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Re: Digital Scrapbooking
« Reply #1 on: April 02, 2009, 12:29:41 AM »
...found a neat little site for those of you who are interested in scrapbooking but don't want to deal with the expense and having to acquire tons of material.

What? No more expensive, 2 hour trips to the hobby store?
No more picking up a living room that looks like it's been ransacked? No more misplaced crafting tools?
Where's the fun in that?  :P

I don't scrapbook myself, but I have other hobbies that require similar materials & tools, & the cost can get out of hand very quickly.
For me, it took a weekend job to meet those kinds of expenses.
It's so nice when software can allow people to be creative & have fun, even if they don't have money to burn.
With the recession / depression upon us, this is a very timely post!  :)  :Thmbsup:
-Sarah