This week you've seen how versatile and awesome it is to incorporate some digital supplies and tools into your scrapbooking arsenal. You saw some ways to incorporate digital typing and brushes onto your photos. You saw some convenient ways to do hybrid Project Life. You saw how awesome it is to use any digital graphics you want with your Silhouette.
Today I will show you a few more hybrid projects you can make. These are just some examples of items that I have made. The possibilities really are endless. You are really only limited by your creativity and imagination.
DIY Washi Tape - just copy and paste four pieces of digital patterned paper into a 8.5x11 document in Photoshop. Then print it out on Avery labels.
I used them here on this Smash book page. You can go to my blog and download the free patterns and print your own tape!
DIY tickets - I designed these in Silhouette Studio and made them print & cut.
You can see more about these tickets and how I used them in my Project Life here on my blog.
DIY Crafting Calling Cards - instead of calling them business cards, these are more like friendship cards. I made these in Photoshop using digital doodles by Kate Hadfield. I take them to crops and crafty meetups and hand them out to new friends I meet.
They look like this digitally. The front has several different designs, and the back has my headshot and contact info. I had them printed at Moo.com.
And this is what they look like in real life.
Every time I give them out, there seems to be smiling and squealing involved. People love them!
DIY Elf Party Souvenirs - we have an annual Elf movie viewing party at our house in December, where we invite friends over for dinner, dessert (involving all the sugar food groups), and Elf-movie-watching. I used digital doodles by Kate Hadfied (again) and did print & cut with my Silhouette to make these party treat bags.
And I designed these Elf t-shirts in Silhouette Studio. I cut the Elf shape out using Silhouette's flocked vinyl heat transfer material and ironed them onto the shirts. I designed the lettering surrounding the graphic and cut out templates using my Silhouette. Then I used fabric ink on the t-shirts.
These are just some examples of how fun it is to incorporate digital tools and graphics into your crafting toolbox! I hope you will give hybrid crafting a try. I know that you will love being able to make all these cool DIY projects!
Thanks so much for joining us this week for Hybrid scrapbooking and crafting. I had so much fun showing you my projects and all the possibilities that can be achieved with digital + paper. :)
Hybrid Week header graphics made using digital graphics by Kate Hadfield.