Welcome back and thanks for joining me all week! I've enjoyed showing you some of the ways I love using digital products in my own papercrafting and I hope you've all come away with a little more knowledge and appreciation for the benefits that digital products have to offer you.
We've discussed some of the most popular types of digital products available over the past few days and these products often make up some of the most important components of Digital Kits.
Digital kits are a group of coordinating digital papers, embellishments, word art, stamps and more that are bundled and sold for one affordable price. And just like paper scrapbooking kits they can offer you an awesome hand-picked selection of digital products to begin playing around with in your pages and projects.
It is possible that you may require a bit of digital scrapbooking knowledge if you wish to layer or cluster elements together before using or printing them, however for printing individual items the basic programs that we've discussed previously should suffice.
Two Reasons to Love Digital Kits
Aside from the previous twelve reasons that I have shared with you throughout the week, there are two more reasons for you to love digital kits:
No 1. - Digital kits are just like paper scrapbooking kits, with the exception of only needing to print off what you'll need for your page AND with the added bonus of being able to print off multiples of items if necessary.
I made the page below for an article I wrote on hybrid scrapbooking at Get It Scrapped. This article showcases several layouts made by the team members there that all utilize the same papers and elements in a set of coordinating products by One Little Bird. I'd invite you to check it out and see just how many different ways you could use the elements in a digital kit on your paper scrapbook pages.
No. 2 - Digital kits can offer you a great solution for dressing up your blog.
Fellow Write.Click.Scrapbook team member Laura O'Donnell has used digital products by Valorie Wibbens, Creashens and Jessica Sprague in her blog's design over at It's All Rosie.
And Carey Bridges has used digital kits by Jen Allyson and Robyn Meierotto in the design of her blog at Queen of Unfinished Projects:
Thanks for joining me!
I had a blast sharing all of the ways that I love using digital products in my paper scrapbook pages and projects with you and if I've helped even a few of you to fall in love with the possibilities that digital has to offer, well then I've completed my mission. Thanks for joining me and have a great weekend!