Digital scrapbooking can take many forms, and as we always emphasize here at The Daily Digi, there is no “right” or “wrong” way to digi scrap. We love all styles and types of digital pages and we regularly encourage our readers to scrap the way that makes them happy. Today, I (Katie) thought it would be fun to show you several different layouts from our flickr gallery and SHOW you all the things digital scrapbooking can be. I love every one of them!
(all images are linked for credits)
I love the big photo background with smaller framed pictures on this layout by SharonS. Her clever placement of embellishments really add a great finishing touch to the page.
I’m in awe of this page FILLED with tv show images by neeceebee and I love the perfectly imperfect shapes combined with the pennant banners.
This page by Bethanny10 captures such sweet photos and I love the font she used for the titlework. Classic colors, clean design, and great journaling, make this page fantastic!
Pages without photos are a fun way to document a memory and we have some serious Mario addicts in our house as well. Crystalbella_77 created such a fun and whimsical layout by using bright colors and shapes to illustrate the story.
Green Horned Unicorn (Antonia Krajicek) makes great use of white space on this layout to give the page an uncluttered and peaceful feeling. The dark background with white and pastel accents really show off the beautiful black and white photo.
Documenting the everyday events and memories is such a practical, and enjoyable way to digi scrap real life. I love how oaklanefarm was able to include a week’s worth of photos in a visually pleasing format and still have plenty of room for journaling and fun embellishments.
How many lists do we make in life? Sarahpinklime shows us how breaking up the pieces of a list can be a creative way to digi scrap.
The photo is definitely the star of sharongrey8’s layout, but if you look closely, you will see all sorts of creative details around the edges. Digital scrapbooking is a wonderful way to emphasize beautiful photography.
Candid pictures can sometimes give us a better glimpse into someone’s personality than a formal photo. I love the filmstrip feeling of the photos along the edge of missbizibee’s page. The patterned papers are a fun way to illustrate the theme.
Our memories are pieced together throughout our lives like a quilt, so I love the slightly wonky look of Lauren Reid’s collection of photos, papers, and embellishments placed on this page. The patterns are so whimsical and fun, and the layout feels lighthearted and joyful.
I love seeing creations from other digi scrappers. I think it’s wonderful that there are countless ways to express and share our treasured memories. I hope you will find inspiration from one of the layouts in this post, or from one of the thousands of pages shared in our flickr group. Then take that inspiration and turn it into something you can share with others!