Digital Scrapbooking

I tried out my brand new printer tonight for a real dose of digital scrapbooking. I had tried my hand at digital scrapbooking before, but I prefer my scrapbooks to be in the 12″x12″ format rather than the standard paper size of 8.5″x11″.

Enter my new Epson printer. This amazing piece of equipment can print up to 13 inches wide! I love this thing. It did a fantastic job and I wasn’t even using photo paper, so I am thrilled to pieces.

Here is the layout I completed tonight. It is of Cindy’s highschool graduation from back in 2004.

Cindy's Highschool Graduation

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4 Responses

  1. cindypoo says:

    im glad i really took this day serious as you can see by my poise in each picture 😀

  2. Peaches says:

    Wow that looks great!!! Which scrapbooking program did you use?

  3. Faith says:

    It looks great! I’m with peaches, where did you get your digi-stuff? I visit several sites, but I am always looking for new ones!

  4. Amber says:

    I have a program that Greg bought me called Scrapbook Factory Deluxe. It has a lot of great backgrounds and embellishments. It also allows for the use of other graphics to be imported in from my computer. For those, I visit digital scrapbooking sites online. The one I visit most frequently is computerscrapbook.com. They often have specials where you can download free embellishments. Or you can pay a small fee and download some of their other element kits or backgrounds. Once downloaded to your computer, you can use the items over and over of course.

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