Posts Tagged ‘Digital Scrapbooking Tutorials’


A Blog on Steroids!

September 8, 2008

Susan Hobbs has completely redesigned her site – Heart2Heart Designs.   Susan said, “I’ve combined my website with my Blog. With so many sites/blogs out there I figured… what the heck! why not combine them. You’ve heard of hybrid scrapbooking. Well I guess you could call this hybrid blogging.”

One stop now does it all. Tutorials, articles, journal prompts, challenges, FREEBIES!, blog posts, and, yes, even her store! One of the changes is that it is now easier than ever to get some of her very nice freebies.

There is also a sale going on to kick-off the new format:
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The above coupon codes are only good through Wednesday (September 10th) so get shopping! 🙂


Digi Scrappers Corner

June 11, 2008

Digi Scrappers Corner is a new site that offers a store, a blog, a few freebies and a handful of tutorials for Photoshop and Photoshop Elements. There is also a free newsletter available.

The site is bright and cheerful with good navigation. Because it is so new the product offering in the store is a little sparse, but they do offer some hybrid gifts through Cafe Press.


Digital Craft Cottage – Revisited

June 6, 2008

I first reviewed Digital Craft Cottage shortly after it opened in December of 2007. Since then it has grown up a lot. If you’ve never visited “The Cottage” before it is a hybrid scrapping site that goes beyond just scrap booking to embrace all hybrid crafts such as cards, tags, boxes, albums, brag books etc.

They have games, challenges and contests with prizes and monthly exchanges. Those that participate in the exchanges, will receive the huge mega monthly kit FREE. Make Quick pages, Brag Book pages and exchange them with the members. They also have a recipe exchange monthly, where you can get a lot of great recipes ready to print and use as gifts for yourself, family and friends.

The “Gift a Day” program allows you to log in each day and download a part of the kit, by the end of each month, you will have a whole and very unique scrapbooking kit.

And if you’ve ever thought of designing scrapbook kits yourself, The Cottage has a wonderful Designer Program that will let you create and sell your items in their Shoppe.

The forum members are friendly and willing to help or offer suggestions and there are a great variety of free tutorials for Photshop and Elements including tutorials on how to create your own papers and embellishments.


Scrap Outside the Box!

May 26, 2008

Scrap Outside the Box! offers a small store, gallery, blog, a moderately active forum and a handful of freebies. However what really sets this site apart is the tutorials offered. There are over 30 digital scrapbooking tutorials for a variety of programs including Photoshop, Paint Shop Pro and FotoFusion.


Scrappin & Stampin with Savitri

May 15, 2008

Scrappin & Stampin with Savitri is an interesting blog whose creator, Savitri Wilder, has been using Photoshop since 1994! There are over 30 free video tutorials for Photoshop available here with topics such as:


Scraps of Mind

March 30, 2008

Scraps of Mind is a Australian scrapbook blog that covers all types of scrapping – traditional, hybrid and digital. There are a lot of tips and tutorials available in the article section, and for freebies check out “Five Freebies on Friday.”

In addition you can sign up for the freed Weekly Word Art Newsletter and get three original pieces of Word Art, together with Scraps of Mind tips and news each week.


Vision Designs

March 21, 2008

Vision Designs is the website of artist Diane McFarland of Newfoundland Canada, where she shares her written digital scrapbooking tutorials for Paint Shop Pro.

The tutorials well organized, include screen shots as well as links to any digi supplies you might need in the creation process. Most are about creating frames, but there are a few on creating elements like ribbons.

Lots of artistic inspiration can be found here. One word of caution, if you prefer sites without music you will want to be sure you speakers are turned down before clicking on this site.