RAK!!! I’m feeling generous…

Okay, first of all check out the new sweet products at pcLayers.com. More traditional scrapping manufacturers are going digital by the day! You can find Karen Foster Designs, 7gypsies, Tinkering Ink , along with an AWESOME Chipboard Library collaboration by 2 of our incredible designers, Celeste Rockwood-Jones, and Natalie Malan.

NOW…for the RAK!! I just got some happy news…my first publication with Creating Keepsakes magazine!! Watch for it in August Tips & Tricks…so exciting!! So…to celebrate, I’ll give away $10 of pcpurse to a randomly drawn name if you leave a comment below answering this question: How do you scrap…traditional, hybrid, digital?? And what do you love about it? You have until midnight on Thursday, April 17th and I’ll post the winner on Friday.

11 thoughts on “RAK!!! I’m feeling generous…

  1. Hey there. Just found you on scrapbook.com and followed your link here. Congrats on your upcoming publication with CK! That is so awesome!

    I am a traditional paper 3-D element scrapping girl all the way! I dabble a little in my Word program with pics and journaling, but that is as far as I go. Maybe if I ever have the $$ to get the PSE program I might try digital, but not right now.

    I love the texture that traditional scrapping provides. I know that you can still do hybrid scrapping with some digital and some traditional, but I love the traditional. I love the desiging of it on paper. I love the making mistakes and figuring out how to fix it. I love it all!

  2. I’m just beginning to learn how to scrapbook digitally but would really like to move it into the hybrid area when I have a better idea what I’m doing. Looks like there’s a steep learning curve! 🙂

  3. Hey Aly… You are awesome!!!

    I do both – traditional and digital.. I love them both.. I just need to find more time in the day to do both… kwim???

  4. Hey Aly!

    I haven’t scrapbooked in years, but I do it the traditional way and I’m light years behind on all the digital stuff, but very intrigued by it, too!! I’m working on it . . .

  5. Big congrats on the CK publication. I guess I am perdomantely a traditional scrapbooker. I have been learning little by little to work with my PSE. I alter photos and CK did a tutorial on journaling in a circle, semi-circle via PSE. And I’ve done that and absoulutely loved it. I think if I had more hands on help I could love being a hybrid scrapper. I love to look at digi layouts, but I’m kean on getting my hands “dirty.”

  6. Hi Aly! I went digital years ago, and I will NEVER go back! I love everything about it — the flexibility to zoom in, crop out, touch up, change colors, and re-do it all if none of it turns out how I expected. I love that whatever supplies I buy can be used over and over and over again. And I love that I can spend time making one page, but print copies for all 4 of my children with no extra work!

  7. Aly,

    CK is so great to work with. Congratulations! I never ever visit blogs and I have a feeling I am going to regret this visit. It is going to leave a whole in my pocket. I LOVE LOVE LOVE Tinkering Ink paper. I can say that about only a few manufacturers. I am going to have to buy that kit you know.

    Karen (aka tapestryintime)

  8. Hi Aly! Congrats on you publication – that is awesome. These days I am about 97% digital. I still have my paper stuff and have made a few paper/hybrid layouts, but that will probably only last until the paper stuff is used up. I love everything about scrapbooking!!!

  9. I scrap digitally–have never done it any other way, and can’t do hybrid because I have no printer. =) I love it because it’s so flexible, and much quicker than traditional painting (plus, I’m just much better with puter tools than I am with the real thing).

  10. woooo……..i love raks…eventhough i have never won one!! But i always try!!

    i usually traditional scrap…i am going digi and kinda getting the hang of it…
    after i get that..i will try hybrid…

    man.i am just an overachiever!!!

    i might pick up cards…..

    watch out!!!!

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