I took the August class over at Studio Calico called "Toolbox." The class had four sections - Digital, Mixed Media, Stitching, and Mists. While I was interested in all the topics, I had the most to learn in Digital and I really tried to get a lot out of it. I've tried to play around a bit before but I just never got the hang of it. I have to say that I did learn quite a bit and I did create two hybrid project using the digital supplies from the class.
The first project that I created was this card. I created the circles using the digital papers from the class. I changed the colors of two of the papers, which was a technique I loved. Then I just printed it out and added some embellishments and it was done!
I really liked the color scheme of the card, so I decided to keep with the circle theme but turn it into a layout. This is the digital background that I created. I wasn't quite sure where I was going with this, but I wanted to create a layout for me and my husband's ten year wedding anniversary that we celebrated in August.
I printed it out on a piece of patterned paper that coordinated perfectly with the circles that I created. Then I added a bunch of photos of us that had been taken this year. I added a few embellishments, stamping and journaling and this is how it turned out.
I had printed the background on a piece of test paper before I printed it out on the patterned paper. I decided to cut the word "love" out and adhered it to the background for a little dimension.
I had a lot of fun creating these hybrid projects and will probably experiment a little more. I like that I can play around with scrapbooking even when I don't have my supplies around.
So, do you do any digital scrapbooking?
Have a great week everyone!