Before making the move to digital, I found myself worrying a tiny bit that I might be limited in what kinds of things I could create using only my computer. Besides creating scrapbook pages, I really enjoyed making mini albums, cards & various other projects with my beloved paper. Well, silly me! Turns out there is no limit to the things you can create with a few cute digi products & a computer at your disposal. (A printer is always handy too. It can be one you have at home or even your favorite lab.)
You can make scrapbook pages, of course.
all digital elements by Crystal Wilkerson | odestemplik font | scallop edge frame from cottagearts
You can do up all the fixings for a birthday party.
Elizabeth Dillow put together these 10th birthday party supplies using Crystal's Vintage Cupcake collection | card, frame (from the $1 bin at Michael's), handmade envelope (made by layering free envelope template found online and Crystal's digital paper, then cut/folded/glued by hand) top ten cards for a tenth birthday party (for guests to fill out at the birthday dinner)
or a set of simple cupcake toppers.
using Crystal's Me & My Brother collection I created these cupcake toppers for my sons 6th birthday | simply digitally create one then copy & paste to fill a whole sheet of paper. cut them out, attach to wooden skewers & pop them in the cupcakes. so quick & easy
You can make personalized gifts or cards.
You can even create your own photo backdrops.
Take a look at these custom planner pages that Crystal made using her digital skills (which are available to download for FREE btw!) So adorable!!
We'd sure love to see what kind of digital projects you've been working on lately. Did you create a page using one of Crystal's templates? Click on over to the flikr gallery & upload a page or two. I'd love to feature a few of your submissions in my final post tomorow!