Hello All! Happpy weekend! I have every intention of going someplace fun and doing the fun thing they have there, but I realized that I told Kristina that I would give her a web site address or two and I haven’t done so yet, so blog first, party later.
As I’ve gotten into digital scrapbooking I’ve found a few websites that have been enormously helpful to me. Here’s a random list
http://digifree.blogspot.com/ – The digital scrapbooking freebie search engine. Here you can find freebies of all kinds all over the web, rounded up for you in 5-10 easy to navigate pages. Do be aware that if you see a kit pictured the freebie is often not actually the kit, but a quickpage or preview from that kit.
http://shabbyprincess.com/ – A site with some gorgeous free kits
http://www.pclayers.com/ – Probably my favorite site for purchasing kits. They are paper-style kits, meaning that the kits largely contain the same things that you’d get in a physical paper kit.
http://twopeasinabucket.com/ – I think that you can buy pretty much anything, digital or physical, that you would need for scrapbooking here.
http://www.simplescrapper.com/ – An online digital scrapbooking magazine style-blog with a great, clean design and simple, real-life hints and inspiration.
The Two Peas in a Bucket Digital Gallery – Just tons and tons of examples and ideas.
http://kuler.adobe.com/ – Incredible site for creating color pallettes for Photoshop. You can choose a color and then have it make you a pallette based on complimentary colors, monochromatic colors, or shades of that color. You can also upload a photo and have it build you a palette of colors that are in that color.
Here is a page that I made using kuler to get the colors in the photo, so that I could make paper with matching colors:
Okay, I’m off to… the fun. Whatever it might be.