Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Speed Digi Scrappin'

After the kidlets got in bed tonight, I went digi scrappin' crazy. I was on a role bigtime, but realizing the time, need to get to bed. I've been doing some speed digi scrappin. This was my preferred method when I was a paper scrapper, so I decided to try to carry it over to digital. Basically I just draw a bunch of my pics into PSE. Then I start picking templates and just start squeezing my photos in there, based on chronological order and theme. If I have 5 pics of a certain thing, then I just go in my templates file and find a template with 5 photo slots. I can adjust the templates as need be, though. This will be even faster once I get my templates organized by photo number. Thinking about doing 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and multiple.

Here's a layout that I quickly put together tonight. The journaling at the bottom says: Christian is keeping his eye on the prize - The Ozark Wildcat - May 23, 2008.

I used the template by Shutterbug Jenny (free!). Paper is from Vicki at A Work in Progress (free!). Photo is from ME of my biggest boy!!!! Did a little changing of the paper hues to match the photo better. Isn't digital great? I couldn't have done that with paper!!



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4 comments :

pjseiler said...

Your page looks great! Thanks so much for using my template and linking back to me and also for sharing the link to your page so I could see it. Come back and visit me. :)

Jenny
My Website - Shutterbug Designs
My Blog - Shutterbug Designs

Marie said...

I've never done digital scrapbooking but I'm quickly becoming inspired to give it a try!

I'm enjoying your blog and will visit often!

HelenClyde said...

Hi Christine,
thank you very much for the friendly words you left on my blog. You sound like a very nice person - at least I totally agree on keeping things natural: I had my twins and my 4 year old daughter born at home, too, and I would love to homeschool my kids, but it´s not allowed here in Germany. And Yeah on breastfeeding - it´s the greatest :-)
And you love sewing, too - what a pity you live so far away, it sounds as if we could have a nice talk :-)
Well, I´ll be around here in future.
Hugs,
Helen

HelenClyde said...

Hi Christine,
thank you very much for the friendly words you left on my blog. You sound like a very nice person - at least I totally agree on keeping things natural: I had my twins and my 4 year old daughter born at home, too, and I would love to homeschool my kids, but it´s not allowed here in Germany. And Yeah on breastfeeding - it´s the greatest :-)
And you love sewing, too - what a pity you live so far away, it sounds as if we could have a nice talk :-)
Well, I´ll be around here in future.
Hugs,
Helen

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