Confessions of a Digital Scrapbooker

Okay, just the other day I was saying to someone that I really don't care that much for digital scrapbooking. Oops, then I stumbled upon Sprapblog.com and their scrap blog builder. Oh my. It was so easy, and I had so much fun. I mean, really, in less than an hour without even looking at tutorials, I made this:

Travelcaitlin

That was so much fun, that I made this:

Caitlinqueen

These are, of course, of my beautiful daughter, Caitlin, and our Irish Setter, Mailey Dog. I've been missing her while she's in Hong Kong, so it was fun making these as a tribute to her. I'm in trouble now – digital scrapbooking, here I come.

Edited update: While creating these pages was a lot of fun at Scrapblog.com, I latered discovered that printing them is another story. The site doesn't have the printing feature running yet, though they say it's coming. You can save your creations to a .jpg file, but the resolution is so low that the results are disappointing.

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  1. Oh My Linda ~ Your Caitlin is so beautiful!!! I love what you did with these two pages…now I have to go check out that site!!! I hope you haven’t enabled me into something else…LOL…I have more than enough on my plate…However, when it comes to paper and scissors…there is always that “tiny” space where more can be added :)

  2. Yay!!! Congrats! Those pages look wonderful & professional (and your daughter is gorgeous!)
    You are going to find another addiction… i’m always downloading freebies or (gulp) buying digi-kits… I’ll check out that link, thanks Enabler!

  3. Wow.. those are GREAT!! I’m headed to that blog RIGHT NOW.. I’ve been wanting to dive into digi scrappin! thanks! Patty

  4. I have been thinking about checking out the digi world too, and your layouts are pushing me over the edge! So cute!

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