Hybrid scrapbooking is using digital and traditional scrapbooking on the same project. In this project I started my pages using the Sorbet digital kit adding my printed photos and then topping it off with Sorbet traditional products.
There was rarely a dull moment in my household growing up. There were four of us kids in the family—my older brother, me, and my two younger sisters—and my parents had a strict family rule that we couldn’t watch more than 30 minutes of TV a day. While we all had hobbies and activities that we liked doing on our own during the week, we often ended up creating innovative games and activities together on weekends. Given that today is National Siblings Day 2017, I thought I’d take a few minutes to share my list of the top 5 crazy creative things I did with my siblings growing up (and don’t judge!).
***Sibling Day Idea: Create a digital layout for your sibs! Mix and match digital papers and elements for a look that is uniquely you. This layout features digitals from Forever Yours, Cap & Gown and Cool Serenity.***
Woodland Whimsy for boys and girls is sweet for babies and is on trend, but it doesn’t need to be used for just babies! My babies are not babies anymore, but I loved using this sweet kit for photos of them!
The soft colours in Woodland Whimsy Baby Girl Collection is perfect for photos of Lauren and I. I love the triangles in the kit so I resized them, filled them with different papers and created a layout with triangles. I even tucked a couple of triangles behind my photos.
My husband travels a lot for work and it can be lonely when you are required to be a away from your family and your home. We all carry cell phones that have lots of photos stored on them and access to social media to see what is happening at home, but there is nothing as rewarding as holding an album with printed photos of the people you love in your hands.
Today I am so excited to be sharing this project with you! I recently hosted a baby shower for a friend of mine and to create all of the party decor and elements I used the DIGITAL Cake My Day Collection!
Everything was pre-designed on my computer and then I sent it off to have it printed on cardstock at my local print shop. It was super fast, super fun to make, and best of all — it knocked the socks off the mama-to-be, which is always fun!
So, let’s get started! What I did first was downloaded the Cake My Day collection from the CM shop. Once the files were purchased, I uploaded them into my software and started to design!
The Digital Mi Amor kit isn’t just for Valentines! It can be used for many different themed photos throughout the year, love, wedding, couples, travel, prom and VALENTINES!
I always turn to my digital scrapbooking collections when creating cards, invites or posters for special occasions. Valentine’s Day is one of those times when I love to create cards for my loved ones and Valentines for my children to take to school to deliver to their friends and classmates.
Mi Amor digital kit has lots of embellishments to suit all ages from children to adults.
What do you photograph at birthdays? I wanted to share a few of the things that I like to photograph on that special day in our home.
Do you buy a cake or make a cake for the birthday person? Is there a family favourite that you always make or buy? Is there a theme cake? I always try to take a photo of the cake so we can look back each year to see what creation I have come up with.
Grant’s Car Crash Cake was perfect for his 11th birthday! He loves anything to do with cars and racing so he loved his cake!
Daily Docket Collection is one of the most versatile kits released! I love the papers in the kit because they work with so many photo themes. The same goes for the embellishments as they are very generic and work for many occasions.
I love my digital scrapbooking content around special occasions because I can personalize, gifts, cards, invites, decorations, tags and more! Just wanted to share an idea to make your own tags for your Christmas gifts. The Christmas Past Collection is perfect for making tags!
I started with an 8 x 10 blank page and made 13 – 2 x 3 photo holders.