Archive | Hybrid Scrapbooking

Ideas for Designing with Fonts on Your Digital and Hybrid Scrapbook Pages

Designing with fonts gets less expensive when you use designer bundles like those at The Hungry Jpeg. They offer up a big selection of fonts and digital art at a heavy discount for a short time (usually a month). Over the last year, many of the scrapbookers spending time at the Get It Scrapped forums have […]

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Ideas for Using Designer Art and Font Bundles for Your Digital and Hybrid Scrapbook Pages

Designer bundles like those at The Hungry Jpeg offer up a big selection of fonts and digital art at a heavy discount for a short time (usually a month). Over the last year, many of the scrapbookers spending time at the Get It Scrapped forums have linked up bundles they love and gotten more of […]

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Build Your Own Suite of Favorite Fonts for Scrapbook Page Titles

Text is a great tool for telling stories on the scrapbook page–both because of the content you can include and because the typeface used to render it can tell a story. A typeface has a personality. With a change in typeface, you can go from formal to casual, from serious to funny, from stylish to conservative, from modern to […]

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So That’s Hybrid? 8 Ideas for Using Digital Scrapbooking Products On Paper Pages

Hybrid scrapbooking is a way to use the newest digital scrapbooking products–which incorporate fashion and decor trends before paper products do–and still have the tactile experience of traditional scrapbooking. As digital die cuts and mobile fonts have become increasingly available and popular more people are giving hybrid scrapbooking a try. Several paper scrapbookers on the Get […]

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Make Openwork Layers with Paper and Digital Welding Techniques

by Debbie Hodge With the rise in popularity of digital cutting machines the word “weld” has come to have a new meaning for papercrafters. Welding has come to refer to when elements are connected so that they can be cut as one piece even though there are openings. The resulting “cut” usually has thin borders […]

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5 Ways to Get Computer-Printed Journaling On Your Paper Scrapbook Pages

By Paula Gilarde If you’re not a big fan of your own handwriting, or if you just prefer the look of typed journaling, here are 5 ways to get computer printed journaling onto your scrapbook pages–without a wide-format printer. 1. Use printed tags or journaling spots. Pre-printed tags or journaling spots don’t have to be […]

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How to get computer-printed scrapbook journaling onto decorative tags

By Paula Gilarde I like adding computer-printed journaling to my paper scrapbook pages. I frequently use strips or journaling blocks, but I also like to use decorative journaling spots and tags. While it can be a little trickier to add printed journaling, it’s  not impossible. Here are a few tips to get you started. 1. Measure […]

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How to get laser cut photo effects for hybrid and digital scrapbook pages

by Paula Gilarde Digital photo masks come in a variety of shapes and sizes and you can use them to get cool effects on your photos. You can then use these altered photos on digital or hybrid/paper layouts. To get the look on the photo above, I used one of Katie Pertiet’s Blocked Out Photo […]

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Ideas for memorabilia to scrapbook + scanning how-to

By Pattie Knox As memory keepers we recognize that photos only tell part of the story. We fill our own cardboard boxes, knowing that this memorabilia contains the missing pieces in the tale of our lives. My own two children are now in their twenties. I have folders and boxes scattered throughout my house containing […]

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