Will I ever get to Buckethead?!
Loc: Crimson Tide Country
|Posted: 11/26/2012 9:31:20 PM|Jessica Sprague.com and OMG I'm in love! Where else can I get my fav papers in digital kits??? Carta Bella, Echo Park, October Afternoon, etc....
|"Blessed are the children of Scrapbookers, for they shall inherit the Scrapbooks."|
|Posted: 11/27/2012 6:48:54 AM|
TFS! I bookmarked her site. Always looking for new places to check out!
Livin' in My Own "Pea-rivate" Idaho
|Posted: 11/30/2012 1:50:35 PM|
The best place to check for you digital versions of your favorite traditional papers is usually at the company's website or blog. Not all traditional papers offer digital lines, but some do. Basic Grey has their own website with a digital section where you can get a large portion of their digital papers.
Usually, if they do have a digital line, you can buy them straight from their site, or they will tell you where you can buy their digital lines, like at Jessica Sprague's or another digital store.
|Posted: 12/1/2012 9:55:26 AM|
This is new information to me! I had no idea! Woo hoo.
|Posted: 12/1/2012 11:13:33 PM|
She has the best classes. I highly recommend if you want to learn more in photoshop.
|Posted: 12/3/2012 5:43:39 PM|
Becky Higgins just announced a new site for digital version of AC, Crate Paper, and Project Life.
I just peeked, they don't have much yet. But its nice its all in one place.
I think I still prefer digital designers products because they work for us better . . .
2Ps Digital Creative Team
Loc: Northeastern Indiana
|Posted: 12/4/2012 9:44:53 AM|I agree with brodyn about preferring products from (individual) digital designers. Seems their products are better suited for digital scrapbooking because they typically have the mindset of a digital scrapbooker where the traditional paper companies who also sell digital products are typically just looking to get in on their piece of the digital pie.