Digital Scrapbooking can be great fun, almost an addiction for any scrapbook enthusiast.
Unlike the traditional form of scrapbooking there is no mess to clear away and you won’t need any space to store your equipment.
With digital software we can now transform practically anything from a plain T-shirt to a coffee mug, using a favourite picture or photograph and digital scrapbooking is no exception.
2018 we will introduce our Planner Addicts section a beautiful collection of home made Washi Tape, Life Planner Cards and inserts for your Filofax, Kikki K or Happy Planner. You can have a sneak peak here.
We will be adding plenty of diy washi tapes, life planner cards and stickers to our new Planner section very soon and they will all be available to download and print out along with planner diaries and to do lists etc so watch this space.
All you will need to get started with digital scrapbooking is a computer and an inexpensive software program such as Craft Artist and you are good to go.
Here at Scrapbook Memories we can show you how to start digital scrapbooking with our easy step by step tutorials using the Craft Artist software.
You can start scrapbooking straight away by downloading the compact version of Craft Artist to try HERE completely free.
The compact version does have limited tools, so we would thoroughly recommend purchasing the full version so you can enjoy the full benefit.
With Craft Artist you can make Scrapbooks, photo albums, cards and so much more the only thing you will need is your computer.
When you subscribe to Scrapbook Memories you will not only have immediate access our full tutorial series, you will also be able to download our free digital scrapbook kits, papers and elements.
We also have scrapbooking projects for you to make, each one is available in PDF and videos showing you simple diy craft ideas for you and your home.
Register today it’s completely free and you will have instant access to our digital download kits and we will have lots of other surprise goodies for you throughout the year.