Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Digital Scrapbooking

I love creating things on my computer. One day I stumbled upon a digital scrapbooking site. To say that I was hooked is an understatement. I've been creating all kinds of things from some of the templates and free graphics shared on these sites. I would like to share with you some of my designs as well as share links to some of my favorite scrapbooking and graphic sites.

Here are some of my designs I created for my son's graduation party. I put these in picture frames and used them as a table centerpiece.

These are some of the sites I visit:

Scrapping Ikeagoddess She's the freebie guru. She finds the most beautiful scrapbooking templates and graphics.
Pay It Forward Pay It Forward Photography

Misty Cato Designs
Lindsay Jane Designs
Paper and Ink
Jen Caputo
Digital Scrapbooking Freebies
Faith Sisters

I'll post some others later in the week.


Anonymous said...

Darling layouts! Love them. I also love Ikeagoddess - fun stuff there.

Would love to see you visit Digiscrap101 - I started it a month ago with FREE video tutorials and education. Would love to know what you think of it!

All the best,

Gwyneth Bolton said...

You have very handsome sons. I know you are probably getting all weepy looking at how he's grown over the years. :-) And the digital scrape booking looks like so much fun!


Sean D. Young said...


I'm definitely marking that site as one of my favs. Thanks for visiting.


My baby is a man and it's just so amazing to me. Hope all is well with you.

bettye griffin said...

Sean, I've said it before and I'll say it again. You are one talented and creative woman!

When I was in Denver last year for my brother's surprise birthday celebration, our hotel floor was taken over by a large group of scrapbookers. I think they stayed up all night long (no one closed their doors) and there was artsy, craftsy stuff all over the place: buttons, ribbons, bows, pictures, scraps, scissors, you name it. I had no idea scrapbooking was such a big hobby for so many.

Sean D. Young said...


It's so much fun. You can make so many things. You've got to try it one day.

Thanks for stopping in.