Digital scrapbooking is a wonderful way to preserve your memories and document your life. We are firm believers here at The Daily Digi in the importance of sharing the words and photos that represent our lives. We also recognize that digi scrapping is an art form in and of itself. Digital software, downloadable supplies, and an artist behind the “wheel” of a mouse or pen and tablet, can all come together to form something amazing!
Some call it “art journaling”, others might use terms like “digital painting,” “artsy doodling,” or just “scrapbooking.” It really doesn’t matter how you label these type of creations, it’s just inspiring to look at them. If you want to boost your own creativity, take a look at some of these beauties:
The 80’s chick inside me is singing along with this one! I love the fun colors and the layered background textures.
I absolutely adore Japanese papers and this is such a beautiful way to display them.
Art should be fun! I feel happy when I take in the details of this colorful piece.
Abstract shapes make this creation feel fresh and modern.
Soft colors and layer upon layer of pretty details!
To me, well crafted words are a work of art so I love the use of a quote as the subject on the canvas.
Digital painty goodness – it’s awesome!
Color mixing and artsy overlays give this piece a lot of visual interest.
Whimsical fun fills this page.
The message is inspirational and motivating.
I love the happy details on this gorgeous page!
You can find yourself in creative expression.
Do you want to express your own creativity? Digital scrapbooking provides the perfect tools to let your inner artist come out and play! Here are some great resources to get you started:
- Digital works of art
- Visual Journaling for the Digital Scrapbooking Non-Artist
- Creating New Looks with Your Digi Papers
- Digi Scrapping with Brushes
- Art Rage – Powerful, Fun, & Cheap
- Tangie Baxter’s feature
- Digi Scrapping with Quotes
We’d love to see what you create so don’t forget to upload your images to our Digital Scrapbook Inspiration Group on Flickr!
P.S. The title graphic was created with Studio Rosey Posey Art Ground background and FFF Tusj font.