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Physical Scrapbooking - Pros
· A more hands-on creative process that can use multi-media (jewelry, paint, sparklies)
· You can share scrapbook days with like-minded people
· You can share and swap papers and other embellishments with your scrap buddies
· You can easily show your albums to family and friends
· You can create lovely gifts using photos and different scrapbook methods like creating folding mini albums, cards and surprise boxes
· You can create beautiful multimedia journals
· Create and frame a special photograph
Physical Scrapbooking - Cons
· The sheer amount of space needed to house all your supplies!
· The amount of supplies needed
· The eventual need for equipment for cutting dies, embossing and templates
Whichever path you choose to take, it will be a wonderful, creative journey.
Have oodles of fun!
There are some big differences between digital and physical scrapbooking in terms of space and equipment you may need or want:-
No need for physical scrapbooks
Scrapbook paper and elements can be quite expensive
Doesn’t require storage space for papers, embellishments, etc.
You can use software functions like masking, fading and much more that can’t be done with a physical page
Doesn’t need a supply of adhesives, printed photos and a monumental amount of papers
If you don’t like something in your layout, you can just delete it without wasting resources
You can design your own pages and elements
You can resize your pages and elements to suit your digital design
You need a really good graphics computer if you eventually want to design pages
You need to learn how to use the computer and design software
Next post will be the Pros and Cons of Physical Scrapbooking