I hope everyone is settling into the new school year. I know for me I'm spending more time in the car then ever before. Los Angeles is a large city and I'm finding myself driving from one end to the other. But one thing we always make time for is spending some time at the beach.
Since buying my Silhouette Cameo only eight months ago it's had a profound effect on my scrapbooking. I love buying digital kits and this page showcases two of my favorite. I've used Echo Park Everyday Eclectic and Websters's Pages "Yacht Club" you can find out how to win the collection below!
Digital kits are easy to use, all the background paper is a jpg just like a photo and the other elements are .png it a photo with a transparent background. This makes them very easy to print & cut using your Silhouette Cameo.
Digital scrapbooking is using photo editing software, like Photoshop Elements, to design a layout using the same steps you normally use now. You start with using a kit that contains digital elements, papers and alphas. Photo editing software has many tools that mimic the tools you use now like cutting, moving, layering plus some really cool tools like resizing and recoloring. If you love the feel of paper, scissors and glue you can give hybrid scrapping a try! Check out some digital kits available from your favorite manufacturers, Jessica Sprague is a great place to get started they offer kits from several manufactures like Echo Park and Pink Paislee and offer great beginner classes as well.
If you''d like to give it a try Papercrafter's Corner is giving away the beautiful Yacht Club Collection form Webster's pages. You can find it here. http://papercrafterscorner.com/blog/creating-with-digi-kits-and-a-digi-giveaway/