Digital scrapbooking gives scrapbookers the ability to create pages right on the computer. Digital scrapbooking websites allow you to download backgrounds, typefaces, elements, and embellishments to use in computer design programs such as Adobe Photoshop and Paint Shop Pro. This gives you have the ability to design your scrapbook pages on your computer using your own photographs. When you are finished, print out the pages and add them to your personal scrapbook collection or share them with your friends and family online. Many digital scrapbooking websites offer the downloads for free.
Scrapbook Flair's website offers free downloads of scrapbooking software, backgrounds, embellishments, designer collections, and templates. Its software downloads are simple to learn and allow you to make scrapbooking pages with your own photos on your computer. The backgrounds and templates are categorised by themes, making specific items easy to find.
Digital Scrapbooking Free
DigitalScrapbooking-Free offers free scrapbooking tutorials as well as other scrapbooking freebies in various categories including coordinated kits, typefaces, softwares, papers, embellishments, and ready-made pages. It also offers coupon codes to be used in scrapbooking stores.
Free Digital Scrapbooking
The FreeDigitalScrapbooking website offers digital scrapbooking tutorials, embellishments, shapes, fonts, layout ideas, and alphabets. It also holds scrapbooking challenges in which the winner receives a gift, such as a £13 gift card. The contests are sponsored by other scrapbooking websites and the gift cards can be used on the website sponsoring the contest.
The ComputerScrapbook website offers free downloads of various digital scrapbooking kits for all occasions. The kits come with elements, frames, papers, and embellishments. There are other products in the virtual store that you can purchase; however, many times the products are free.
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