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Digital Scrapbooking: The Top 4 Myths, Busted! (Myth #2: You have to be tech-y to enjoy digital scrapbooking)

Digital Scrapbooking: The Top 4 Myths, Busted! (Myth #2: You have to be tech-y to enjoy digital scrapbooking)

We’re continuing our series on the top four myths of digital scrapbooking, and we’re busting myth #2 this week! If you missed it last week, be sure to go back to see how we busted myth #1: You have to understand a ridiculously complicated program (Photoshop). Myth #2: You have to be tech-y to enjoy …

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Digital Scrapbooking Myths, Busted - Myth 1

Digital Scrapbooking: The Top 4 Myths, Busted! (Myth #1: You need to understand a ridiculously complicated program)

15 years of dispelling myths Over the past 15 years, as I have been scrapbooking exclusively in digital format, I have heard a LOT of repeated hesitations from people who are attracted to the idea of digital scrapbooking, but are convinced that it surely must not be for them. And over and over again, I …

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How to get and stay organized while acquiring scrapbooking info (journaling, notes, etc.)

As you begin working with your photos and albums, you’re likely to start taking all kinds of notes — notes about which photos you’ve organized, notes about the stories behind the photos, notes about memories the photos spark as you review them, and so much more. You might take a class and want to download …

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Scrapbooking for busy people - How to make it a hobby you can love AND maintain

Scrapbooking for busy people: How to make it a hobby you can love AND maintain

scrapbooking doesn’t have to be a chore — or something reserved for people who have tons of free time on her hands (because, honestly, who does?). This is something YOU can do, number one, because it will bring your heart joy, and number two, because you can use templates, a 20-minute plan and a habit tracker to work the hobby into your daily routine. So what do you say? Shall you get started?

Want to start doing something with your photos? Easily? Consistently? Photo books are NOT the best answer! [Part 1]

Photo books are not the best solution to our photo-enjoyment problem. The biggest problem? Hardbound books need a clear beginning and a clear ending. Other problems? You must scrapbook chronologically, you can’t rearrange pages later, you can’t reuse the same page design over and over, you are limited to using the layout one time and one time ONLY, and so much more!

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