Are you new to digital scrapbooking? Or, maybe you’ve never attempted it, but would like to give it a try. Maybe a little hybrid scrapping? I have to tell you about ScrapBlog. This is a fun online digital scrapbooking tool that allows you to upload photos, click and drag ready-made papers and embellishments around, add a little text and voila! You have a digi page!
Not only for the novice, but the experienced digital scrapper will also love this fun and easy to use tool. Ready made kits can be accessed for free. You will love the papers, embellishments and fonts. There are so many wonderful objects to choose from. If you’re not into kits, you can pick and choose elements from various places. Designs have been contributed by some of the most talented in our industry!
Now, the best part: ScrapBlog has recently introduced printing. They will turn your digital pages into bound books! I have tried this and I can tell you how great the quality is. I am so impressed and blown away by how cute my little books have turned out! Shown in this post are a few photos of my books, "Recipes from Grandma Ardis’ Kitchen." These little books are soft cover and printed in 6"x4" size. You can also choose a 9"x6" soft cover version as well as a 12"x8" size hard cover "Keepsake" book. ScrapBlog is also offering digital creations turned into greeting cards and postcards. Either of these would be a great idea for Christmas photo cards!
If you’d like to see my recipe book in it’s entirety, click here. This project is actually based on a traditional mini book style that is in our Mini Book Projects e-book. Lots of information and organizing tips are available in the e-book if you’re interested in putting together a project like this. This recipe book is a memoir of my husband’s Grandmother’s recipes. She passed away a few years ago. I think everyone who gets one of these books this Christmas will love it and cherish the memories of her good cooking.
So, if you’d like to try this yourself, go on over to ScrapBlog‘s site and start playing! It’s free!
P.S. Another little project I’m working on using ScrapBlog is making a calendar and attempting to print it myself. I’ll show you this one in another post!