Friday, January 15, 2010

Woo Hoo!! Another great giveaway....





This week, one lucky winner will receive a SIGNED copy of Kathy Fesmire's book, Time to Scrap!! Ya know, Kathy is our head designer, right?!? She truly is the most talented, most creative scrapbooker I've ever met...and we are so proud to have her on our team.



Ok, to win, leave a comment here (or email)...and this is what we want to know this week:



Do you do any digital scrapbooking? none? alot? a little mixed with traditional?



Just leave your comment and you'll be entered, it's that easy. Check back Sunday to see if you're the lucky winner!

41 comments:

Michael said...

I do some digital scrapping. I have made my own digital layouts for photo books for trips to Disney etc, where I want to devote one whole album to a subject. I like to print out elements on rub-on sheets, vellum etc and use them on my paper pages the most- which I believe is hybrid scrapping. But I am a tactile person and when it comes down to it I still love to work with my hands.

Roschell said...

I tried the digital scrapbooking, but I don't guess I gave it enough time. It was a little confusing on Photoshop and I couldn't really get it to look like I wanted. Then after seeing it, I realized I like the feel of a real scrapbook with all the embellishments and 3-D looks plus I like collecting all the stuff that goes into a non-digital scrapbook!

Jingle said...

I don't do any, but I would like to do a bit of hybrid. I just need to get a printer set up in a more convenient manner to make it happen.

Crystal aka Caitlynsmommy said...

I have not done any digital scrapping yet but like the thought of it, however I am so stocked up on traditional materials I am totally scared to try digital until I use my MASSIVE traditional stash.

Lauri said...

I did one free photo book from Snapfish, but I really like stuff I can touch.

Sheryl said...

I have never done it, would love to learn. Maybe now that my schedule is not so hectic, I can take the time!

Millie said...

I only have decorative fonts on my computer. I've used them a little, but I like the homemade look of regular scrapbooking.

Tania Fraser said...

I don't use digital..but I am inspired by it each time I see it. I:)

ANGELA said...

I have made photo scrapbooks on snapfish and shutterfly but I have found that my handmade scrapbooks are more appreciated than the digital ones.

Elane said...

The only digital I do is for journaling - I love to print out my journaling on vellum and attach it to my pages. I'm such a collector of paper, cardstock, and embellishments that I don't think I would be happy with plain digital.

Nicole & Greg Fabian said...

I got digital software for christmas and have been loving it for quick layouts but will continue to scrap nondigitally and use all the supplies I love.

NC Barbie said...

Can't wait to receive my YTR kit! After seeing the pictures, I'm really excited to get started. And I signed up for the cruise, too! Whoo hoo! Can't wait til July.

luv2scrap said...

I've have tried digital scrapbooking a few times and it just takes me too long. I have so much invested with traditional scrapbooking I'd hate to invest time into another method.

NC Barbie said...

I've tried digital scrapbooking and have the Your Story to bind books. But I also like the "touch" approach with 3D elements on my page. I'm still trying to figure out how to print front and back of pages on slick paper.

Pauline said...

I'm a traditional girl myself. Great giveaway, would love to win this awesome book!

JensTreats.com said...

OOOHHHH- i just got my digital scrap program and i luuuvv it. it's from Stampin Up, but you can add other jpegs, pages and stuff to it. I made a card, a calendar and a book. It's super easy and fun.

Sue said...

I tried it, but it wasn't for me. Guess I just like getting glue and ink and chalk on my hands! I like the feel of textures on my layouts by using stitching and layering. Perhaps some day I'll give it another try, but for now I'm still old school.

misawa said...

I have never tried the digital scrapbooking. I am just a beginner and have collected some supplies now I need to just get started!

TinaD said...

I have created digital scrapbooks online and love the way they come out but nothing ever replaces the handmade scrapbooks or the time spent with the girls making them.

heidijo said...

I have tried a couple of pages, but need a faster computer and a better printer.

christi said...

i don't do any digital scrapbooking. i do digital reproductions of phots i us on my pages.

ladybug9 said...

I have just recently began to do some digital scrapbooking. I now try to incorporate both.

Scrappy Diva said...

I love digital scrapping and work on LO's daily. I cannot give up my paper scrapping though because I would not be able to live without the tactile satisfaction I get from handling all the wonderful papers and embellishments that make up my pages. I have created several printed books digitally of family vacations.

laura said...

TIME TO SCRAP! What an adorable title. That's exactly what I am looking for "time to scrap". Somehow scrapbooking is always last on the agenda and never gets done. I hope if I win this book it will include ideas on how to fit scraping into a busy life.
Laura

Sue Shockley said...

I'm a glue it - glitter it- touchy-feely kinda gal. No digital here.

craftyM said...

I've dabbled in it and saved a lot of files to use if I ever get there, but when I do, I will still have to add embellishments and some of the real stuff, so I'll definitely be a hybrid digital scrapbooker! I love the touch and feel and I want to print them out to hold the book in my hot little hands!
crafty m
kmskfam@aol.com

Westiewoof said...

No to digital scrapbooking. I enjoy using my hands and working with all the fab items around me; and looking for more whenever I can!

ciki said...

I do not do any digital scrapbooking. I do like the look of those pages on websites, but I have never seen one "live". I really do like to play with my paper and look through my stash of embellishments/stickers/chipboard. I also ike to use my Slice for tags and swirls, etc. as well as for the fonts. I like to journal on the computer and print it in the font style and in the color I want on the color of paper I have. I also would be afraid that I would never print it out and the pages would be stuck on my computer forever.

Rachel Ann said...

I have done no digital scrap booking at home; however, I have purchased a few scrapbook picture books through Shutterfly and Snapfish. Even though these books have no embellishments, I love them and they are making me take baby steps towards digital scrapbooking!

Lois said...

I have not used digital scrapbooking yet, but plan to check it out during the new year.

Pamk said...

I do the jounaling and some other things on pagers. I have found items online that I use for paper pieceing. I would love to have a 12 inch printer. I believe if i did have one i'd do more digital scrapping.

Kathy said...

I do both, probably 60% paper and 40% digital. I love them both and it will just depend on the project I am doing at the time and how much time I have to do it. I combine a lot also. I'll make a small brag book digitally and then decorate the cover and add some embellishments to the pages for a textured effect. Or I'll make the title for a paper page digitally or embelishments, journaling, etc. I love combining them. If I had to pick only one, I'd pick paper. I love working with it. I love the dimensional finish, but digital is so quick and fun (after you learn all the tips and techniques). They are both way too addicting.

windycindy said...

Happy Friday! I have two friends that began digital scrapbooking a few months ago. Now, they are
trying to help me learn how to do
my scrapping digitally, but your fabulous book would certainly
help me a lot. Many thanks, Cindi
jchoppes[at]hotmail[dot]com

mccat said...

I would love to learn to do digital scrapbooking.

brenlubrant said...

I do not do any digital scrapping or have tried. I see it is gaining popularity, but I am a hands on person.

Brenda said...

I have never tried the digital scrapping. I would love to try, I have notice it is popping up everywhere and the images are really cute!!!

Machaelle said...

I have not done any digital scrapbooking yet as I am still working with photos from 2003! But I am looking forward to the day when I am caught up and can scrap the photos I am archivinh right now.

Kim said...

don't do a lot of digital. Like to actually put my pages together.

ldhuck said...

I haven't tried digital scrapbooking, yet. Is that the same thing as a "photo book"? I really like the size and and the number of photos you can get in a photo book. But if I started making all digital books what would I do with all of my Keller's Creations? And what would I do at a crop?

Hey everybody - Have you seen the new "yearbook" kits? Saw them this weekend and they really look good! Awesome job Kim!!!

laurastokes said...

I have done a digi scrapbook in the past but not since the "new" stuff is out. It seemed a little boring at the time. The new stuff seems a bit better but just don't have the time to "learn" about it.

It was great seeing you at TFKF!! Can't wait to see a photo of your new addition coming soon!

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