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The Best of Scrapbooking ‘online’

The Best of Scrapbooking ‘online’

Posted by Olivia Sum on

Over the last few years digital scrapbooking has become a famous hobby and people showcase their talent all over the web. A lot of businesses have taken over and risen in profit by selling themes, layouts, digital papers and graphics to help you on your way to making your scrapbook that little bit more unique and perfect. There are also loads of sites online that offer tips, tutorials, and a wide range of communities where people like you can join in some scrapbooking conversation.

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Scrapbooking is an art method of producing a paper-based collage centred on a striking photo or set of photos. Usually, collages are fashioned using a mixture of papers, markers, borders, rub-on letters, stickers, and other enhancement materials. But now in the age of digital software, scrapbooking can be more reachable for those who don’t want to spend a lot of cash on paper materials.

If you’re looking to increase your skills as a photographer or graphic designer, digital scrapbooking is a worthwhile hobby for accomplishing these goals. The subsequent is a sampler of free scrapbooking sites that offer tutorials and free downloads for those wanting to get underway with digital scrapbooking.

 

Websites to Browse Through

Free Digital Scrapbooking.com offers a free once-a-month Scraplifter’s challenge founded on a free Photoshop-based template. Of course, there are links to buy supplementary file downloads, such as fonts, brushes, custom shapes and much more!

But before you spend money on further resources, download and open the template in any kind of Photoshop and see what you can come with on your own. The immaculate thing about these kind of models is that you’re not just toting photos to the layout, but you are adapting them based on your own creative concepts. The template is a just an origin to get started with.

Cottagearts.net is a site that offers a tremendous tilt of materials and seminars on using digital scrapbooking, predominantly for Photoshop Elements and or any version of Photoshop CS. Tutorials contain an outline to Photoshop layers, using fonts and font styles, layer masking, the colour picker tool, generating a torn edge effect, and much, much more. There are also comparable tutorials for using Corel Paint Shop Pro. Other digital perks on the free scrapbooking site can also be downloaded.

When you’re equipped to get profounder into digital scrapbooking, Computer Scrapbook.com offers several dozen undeniably free starter packages. You sign up on the site, and the kits will be distributed from its supply page. The kits contain miscellaneous backgrounds, shapes, and other essentials.

More often than not scap-booking spins around a sequence of linked layouts built on a theme, e.g. a vacation, the birth of a child, a wedding or a wedding anniversary. Occasionally you might work with surviving paper and digital photos you already have in your group, while other times you take photos with a scrapbooking subject in mind. Kodak.com has full segment for free scrapbooking layouts to get you started.

If you absolutely can’t be concerned with generating scrapbook layouts and theme packages, Smilebox.com offers web-based application with loads of themes (e.g. holidays, sympathy cards, birthdays, and the like) in which you can modify, and  email or blog it for free.

Of course, all over the web you can find some excessive motivation, photos, images and quotes to spice up your scrapbook. The great thing about digital designs is you can use them over and over again without worrying about wasting them or ruining them as you would do when scrapbooking in the traditional way.

The most important rule about entering the world of scrapbooking is to have fun, be creative and share it with your friends and family!

 

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