I seem to have neglected my *real* crafting lately however I have been pottering around on my laptop.
Having created digi pages for a fairly recent weekend away [it was this year no less!] I decided to print them out as I had the perfect Maya Road album waiting for them to go in and it is a little sad that the digi work I do doesn't get to sit and
clutter up decorate the living room like my real 12"x12"s.
The album cover is created with *real* elements, mainly lovely lovely washi tape and all the pages shown below are done digitally with elements from Daisy Trail, Echo Park and Two Peas in a bucket.
Digi scrapping is an economical way of using pretty patterned bits and pieces that you love and you never have the fear of running out of *best*. It's always there to be re-used. And, if you can find reasonably priced printer cartridges you can print the papers and elements and then scrap for *real*.
Right out off to get my glue stick out now and create something *real*.