Friday, June 22, 2007

scrapbooker's delight

Sam and I bought a printer this week. We had originally purchased one from OfficeMax but then found one with very similar features, free photo paper, and scrapbooking software for $30 less at Walmart. I've played with the software a little bit and here are two products. The first was made using one of their ready-made templates and the second is one I made on my own. It's a lot of fun, though I'm not sure quite what I'd do with it. I'm impressed with the huge array of backgrounds, fonts, and little scrapbooking tags, ribbons, and trinkets with which you can adorn your page.


4 comments:

Karen Ahlstrom said...

http://wedoitthehardway.blogspot.com/

This is the blog of my sister in law Helena who makes lots of Digital Scrapbooking stuff to sell on the side. I'm sure she has links on there.

-Karen

gremhog said...

so are these pages totally flat? Just printed as if they have layers? most interesting.

heather said...

they're printed out totally flat, though you can also print out everything individually and put it together yourself if you want, but it would still all be flat paper.

Anonymous said...

so were all of those images free? I have seen some sites, but they charge you for the use of the images.
Mom