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Digital scrapbooking

Discussion in 'Arts, Crafts & Scrapbooking' started by mumof2, Apr 5, 2009.

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    For those of you 'in the know' this may sound like a daft question, but i wondered whether if you download a digital kit and upload your photos to it....can you print it?

    How does it work anyway? :unsure:
     
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    yes but you'd need a printer that could print the same size page that you have done. So for 12x12 you're probably going to need a new printer- wouldn't think it would be a terribly cost effective thing either.

    two peas has some great tutorials on digi scrapbooking and ukscrappers is quite good too - there are quite a few free kits to have a go with to start.

    basically you'll need a computer program that can do layers eg photoshop. i know that ps elements 7 is quite popular.
     
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    hmmm, lozzy kindly organised ps7 for me but i still can't do layers on it. i just don't get it! :unsure:

    i'm very easily confused you see, i need dummies guide to ps7 i think - do they even do one, i'll have to search for it!

    do you have a printer for that? I'll probably not go down that route, i prefer real paper anyway!
     
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    yaay!

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    i don't think u need to buy book- loads of tutorials online. I find that if i watch a bit then do a bit and learn like that. I hate layers, my brain doesn't work like that- i've just had a mini strop because i can't use a template that i've found. :thumbsdown:
     
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    thanks for your help Brit, hope you're feeling un-stroppy soon! :hug2:
     
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    thank you, not feeling too good got green stuff coming out my ears again - think that's making me stroppy :lol:
     
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    oh no, not again - you poor thing :hug2:
     

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