Thursday, October 22, 2009

My Digital Studio Scrapbook Pages

Today I wanted to share with you some scrapbook pages I made using My Digital Studio. Personally I like traditional scrapbook pages with their multiple textures and embellishments. I wasn't sure if I would like digital scrapbooking or not, but I decided to give a try anyway. First, here is a 12x12 page I created in My Digital Studio:

I created this page from scratch (I did not use one of the predesigned templates). This took practically no time at all to create. I had it printed out and even though it looks great, I still wanted to add some real embellishments to it. So, I added some Kraft Taffeta ribbon and a Kraft Corduroy button. Here is a picture of my completed page. What do you think? I am very happy with the way it turned out.

Next I created a 8 1/2 x 11 page in MDS. For this one I used one of the photo only templates and simply dragged and dropped my photos into it. Then I just added my paper, stamps, and journaling in MDS and I was done.

I had this one printed out as well, but again, wanted to add some real embellishments. So, since I usually scrapbook 12x12 pages, I mounted my MDS page to a coordinating piece of Night of Navy textured 12x12 card stock. Since I used Night of Navy for my stamps and journaling in MDS, it matched perfectly. Next I added some buttons, a clip, and some ribbon to my page. Here is the finished product. Again this was super easy (and fun) to create!

So, I have to admit that I like digital scrapbooking! Mainly because it is easy, but also because my pages don't have to be completely digital. I can easily add real embellishments to my pages to make them more traditional. And because it is Stampin' Up! everything will coordinate and all my colors will match perfectly!
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  1. What a great idea - so versatile =) Your pages are so beautiful...great work!

  2. wow - great ideas! I have been wanting to try to mix both digital and paper crafting together - hybrid crafting I guess it's called, but I have to learn digital crafting first. hehe

    Your projects are beautiful!

  3. Very cute, love the sunglass pictures!

  4. What sweet pictures. Love your pages. :)