If you like digital scrapbooking - I love the site www.freedigitalscrapbooking.com It has some great freebies.
As for card making stuff. If you are familiar with versamark ink - they have just come out with two new inks. They both leave the watermark like the original but these are a little darker and have a sparkle in them. I am all about sparkle and glitter. The champagne color is darker than the frost color.
A great card making site is www.heroarts.com Go to their blog. They have great card ideas. On Wednesdays they usually have some kind of video. They also have giveaways. I have actually won one! Anyway - it's a fun site.
Tuesday, November 18, 2008
I always have ideas that I want to share with you guys, but I often don't think to post it to our family blog. Lately I've been trying to get back into my hobbies because I've been told in my patriarchal and other blessings that my hobbies will give me mental rest when I need it. I've really been needing it, too! I've really been in a digital scrapbooking mode lately, so I thought I'd share some of my favorite websites to download freebies or get some good information. Unfortunately I deleted my entire scrapbook folder off the computer, so I have now lost all of the pages I've made in the last few weeks...only about 12-15 pages! At least I have a few good resources to turn to!
1. Shabby Princess...good for many good freebie kits and a nice ideas gallery, but I'm pretty sure I've told you all about this website already!
2. Tracy's Scraps...dranet.blogspot.com....she has lots of free templates and other freebies, which I have become addicted to using. Templates make creating pages so much quicker once you learn to use them. I want to learn to make them, but I have not yet looked up a tutorial on creating templates.
3. Scrapbook_bytes.com...this site has so many really pretty decent tutorials for the most popular scrapbooking software. I've found many tutorials on techniques that I would have never thought of, so it's been pretty fun learning new things.
What are some of your favorite digital scrapbooking sites?
Posted by Rebecca at 5:04 PM