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Guest Blogger May 28th, 2010 – Jessica Taylor with Digital Scrapbooking with Jessica

Guest Blogger May 28th, 2010

Jessica Taylor with Digital Scrapbooking with Jessica

Let me say Welcome to Jessica Taylor, the Guest Blogger for Floppy Latte Designs for this Friday, May 28th, 2010.

A little about Jessica:

Jessica Taylor started digital scrapbooking as a way to preserve her family’s memories and share the digital photos that were hidden away on her hard drive.  She has taught card making and scrapbooking classes for over 10 years as a Stampin’ Up!® demonstrator.
Jessica has chosen to speak on the topics of  some of the different types of digital scrapbookers and when and how to print out albums vs. single pages depending on the type of digital scrapbooker you are.


Single Pages vs. Albums – Printing your Digital Layouts You’ve completed a few digital scrapbook pages and are wondering “What the heck am I going to do with them now?” How you print your digital layouts really depends on what kind of a scrapbooker you are.

Random Scrapbooker – If you’re like me and randomly scrap events and photos as you are inspired, you may want to print single pages. This allows you to share and admire the printed pages right away. Single pages can slide into a pocket album and the pages can be rearranged as often as you like.

Chronological Scrapbooker – If you scrapbook chronologically (in order of events), you may want to go with albums. Since your scrapbook pages are already in order, it’s quick and easy to print an album without much thought. Depending on how many pages you have, you can print an album per year, every 6 months or even every month.

Single Event Scrapbooker – If you have a large number of layouts from a vacation or other single event, an album is the way to go. I started my scrapbooking journey as a single event scrapbooker. The first five or so albums that I created were of trips that I had taken. (This was WAY back in the stone age of scrapbooking when I used magnetic albums-gasp!- and printed my journaling out with a word processor.) Single event scrapbooking is great because there is a definite end to your layouts.

Gift Scrapbooker – If you love creating scrapbooking gifts for your friends and family, you can really go either way. Print a single page and frame it, or create an entire album. The beauty of digital scrapbooking is that you can create a layout once and print it multiple times.

Thank you Jessica for such informative information.  I know that for me, printing what and when can sometimes be an issue and now I have an idea of which kinds of scrapper I am.

Please take a moment to leave Jessica a comment and visit her site at www.digitalscrapbookingwithjessica.com.  Her site is chock full of informative information and products for digital as well as traditional and hybrid scrappers.  Again, thank you Jessica for blogging with Floppy Latte Designs.


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