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I resisted it for a long time. I just didn't think it could possibly be as cute as real-life paper crafting. And then my baby sister opened my eyes (as usual) and won me over. I may not ever go back.
So cute! And there's NO WAY that was your first attempt! You are awesome! I love the mix and match paper...I have a hard time with that, but you have inspired me to try new things! Love it! (Wow...way too many exclamation points...) :)
Did you find some good software?
That looks so cute. A good job well done I will say. Cheers.
ellen: what can I say? i had a good coach!christy: I found several online that were free but I’m not using them. I’m using Photoshop which seems to be really versatile. Most of the graphics were free on-line though (paper and embellishments and stuff).tony: thanks!
I have to say that digital scrapbooking is tempting. I however have so much money invested in my scrapbook supplies and I usually only scrapbook as a social activity, so I don't see myself heading in that direction. I think that page is totally cute though. How are you going to print it?
Oh, you totally have to show me the software, photoshop really? I have no desire to cut another page again, but I don't want to not put my pictures and memories into books. Teach me, teach me!
melanie: i do as well, but it's going wasted. i never have time to pull it all out and actually put it to use! this way, i can do it whenever i'm on the computer. i think i can print these at Costco! At least I hope so - and make copies for relatives!rachel: lol, i'd be glad to help you although we know who the Photoshop expert is.
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