One of the things that Stampin' Up! is offering in its new Catalogue are some Digital Collections - discs that you can use with a digital editing program, such as Photoshop Elements, that contain exclusive Stampin' Up! artwork, brushes, papers and digital stamps. This double page layout is my first attempt at some digital scrapbooking!
I've used the "Floral District" collection, which contains a bunch of different things, including scrapbooking page templates. This means that most of the hard work on these pages was already done! I simply inserted my photos into the spaces, added the journalling and the title, and a couple of extra embellishments that were also on the disc. As I like texture in my layouts, I'm thinking that once I print these out I might add a couple of buttons or brads as well, so that they become "hybrid" pages - a mixture of digital and traditional scrapbooking.
The Digital Collection discs are found on the inside back cover of the catalogue. You can also see what's on each disc by checking out the Stampin' Up! website here. For me the best thing about them is that now I've got some digital elements to use that coordinate with all my other Stampin' Up! colours and artwork - it's fabulous!