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digital scrapbook pages

Posted by cherbo (My Page) on
Tue, Jan 10, 06 at 11:30

These are some of my digital scrapbook pages. I mostly like doing heritage. I love old photos!
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Those are beautiful!! I would love to do some of my old pictures like that, but as I'm new to Scrapbookingm,I have no idea where (or how) to start!


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Cheryl, these are gorgeous! Peg


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This looks fabulous!! - Would you mind to describe what you've done a bit. For instance, are those scrapbook pages you assembled and then took a digital photo of, or did you do the grouping on your computer, with each of those 3 being a page you printed out? - I love this look and am very interested. If it's done on a computer and then the page printed out, what software are you using?

Thanks for sharing,
Frances


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Krikit, everything is done on the computer. Digital Scrapbooking is scrapbooking using a graphics based program. Most computer scrapbookers use Microsoft Picture It!, Photoshop or Paint Shop Pro. I use Microsoft Picture It!, it is a very easy program to learn. A lot of peole do print out their work and put them in albums, but I just put my work on cd's to be looked at on the computer.
http://www.scrapbook-bytes.com/ is where I first learned about digital scrapping. I get a lot of ideas and download lots of freebie stuff there. Check it out.


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