Friday, 5 December 2008


Hi! I'm about to go to work in a minute, but thought I'd sneak this freebie in! Here's a doodle alpha in separate png's that I made a while ago. The font used is Rebekah's Birthday from
Kevin and Amanda. (I am very slightly in love with this font!) I hope you can make use of them. Download at 4shared here.

Tuesday, 18 November 2008

Just a quick one...

because I'm having a busy old day today!! Here's a new page freebie called Inky Heart, which was inspired by the look of old handwritten paper. It contains 6 different papers, a couple of pieces of wordart and several other elements. There are also a couple of metal effect frames that are not included in the preview.

Download here.


Friday, 14 November 2008

And another one..

This mini kit is called Snowy Night (has anyone got any snow yet?!) and it contains 5 very pale papers, a couple of pieces of wordart, a frame and some snow related elements! I was inspired to make this kit after hearing people wonder if we'll get snow where we live this winter. (I live in Cornwall, UK - we never get snow for christmas!)

Get this here.


On the mend and celebrating with a freebie wordart set!

Now I have to confess that I just loooved making todays wordart freebies, so I am thinking that if they turn out to be popular than I may make another set! (If anyone has any specific phrases etc that they would like to see in this style of wordart then let me know and I may use them.)

All of the fonts used in this set were downloaded from which has got a section full of the sweetest little handwriting fonts in the world! (Note: You can submit your own handwriting to be turned into a font as well! I've got to do that really soon! See here for more info.)

Rightio here's a preview:

You can download these here

Hahaha I've just realised that the bag background has slipped a bit in the preview! I didn't notice that earlier. Oooops! Note to self: Check these things! hahahaha. (I really must be on the mend, I've got the burst of good spirits - aka the giggles! - that I always get when I'm getting over being poorly!)

Anyway, I hope you enjoy this freebie!

Tuesday, 11 November 2008

Flu(ish) and Freebies!

Has anyone else been suffering from this evil and yukky fluey type virus thats been going around? Ahhh its grim! And of course it had to strike when I'm on a weeks annual leave from work...why does that always happen?!

Anyway, I'm not going to moan anymore, instead I'm going to fight this yukky virus until it runs away in fear and I'm going to start by giving away a few more freebies!

First up is a glittery page kit called Fairy Dust which you can download here.

And next is a lower case handwritten sticker alpha, which you can get here.

And finally is a set called Grungy Dates, which contains all the numbers, days and months of the year as well as a few different years. You can get this here.

I hope these lot are useful to you and that you have fun using them in your layouts!

(And I hope that none of you get this yukky virus thing!!)

Saturday, 8 November 2008

I am back!

Wow, I have been away for a very very long time! Well, I havent exactly gone anywhere, not on an extended holiday or anything! (That would be so nice right now though!) Instead I have had a combination of computer issues and full time work which have kept me very busy and away from designing! Anyway, I am back! And I have a few things which I must bring up. Firstly, all of my old download links have expired. This apparently because I haven't been on 4shared for over 30 days, so my account was deactivated. But, I have a whole load of new stuff to give away on here soon, so thats a bonus! However, and this leads me to my next point, I am a busy busy bee these days! I want to keep on doing this designing/digiscraping freebie stuff, but it probably won't be as regular as it was for a while back there. (I hate work!)

Another point that I have to make is that I have decided to give up with the generous designer award blinkie thingie. Simply because I don't have a great deal of time, instead, I'm going to stick to saying thankyou to the designer each time I download something! I must add, though that the next recipients of this award were going to be Jeanie at Scrapdoctor Designs and her daughter Lydia at Lydibug garden, two very generous and talented individuals!! (If either of you happen to read this, you deserve a blinkie so just let me know if you want one!)

Right, I think thats everything covered! Now...on to the freebies! (My favorite part!)
First up is a little mini page kit called My Paper Heart:

And second is a page kit which for some reason I decided to call WOW!! its got a kind of girly, funky feel which to me summed up relaxing and having fun on the weekend!

And finally, here are some nursery rhyme inspired word art stickers, I just love making these! (As you can probably tell by looking at the WOW kit, I have a thing for a sticker effect action!)
Right! Thats it for today, I hope you enjoy them!

Monday, 4 August 2008

Sing me to Sleep paper set one download links

Here are the links for paper set one that I didn't get around to adding on saturday:

Part One

Part Two

Sorry again for the delay!

Right, i'm off to play around with some new brushes now, if I make anything nice I'll put it up soon!

Saturday, 2 August 2008

Sing me to Sleep kit layout

Heres a layout I have made using my new freebie kit Sing me to Sleep. It should give you an idea of what everything will look like when its put together! The whole kit contains 2 sets of elements, 8 different teal and purple textured papers, a set of alpha (lower and upper case) and a set of numerals, plus 4 different wordarts. I think thats everything!

This kit should coordinate well with alot of the freebies I have given away lately, especially the cardboard/note paper journal tags, the thought bubble tags and possibly also the sugar and spice papers.

I'll try and get as much as possible uploaded today, but some will have to wait possibly, because I have a wedding reception to go to later. I'm really looking forward to it in a lot of ways because they are a great couple and there will be a lot of friends there tonight, but I can't help thinking that I might start to feel like a character in a chick flick because I'm going to have to sit through hearing my ex fella (who's a very talented singer) sing lots of lovely love songs. Grrr!
He's been asked to sing for their first dance and I want to take some photos of that so I can make some layouts for them, so I'm just going to have to grin and bear it! A sense of humour is going to be very important this evening! So, I'm going to put on a pretty dress and a great big smile and have a good night out with lots of friends and one of the loveliest couples in the world!

Anyway, enough yabber (!!) here's the layout I made:

Oh and I know the picture I chose to use isn't exactly the most sophisticated look in the world, but I thought the colours went well and I made this L/O pretty quickly!!

Sing me to Sleep Kit

Here's previews and links for each of the components in the Sing me to Sleep kit. I just remembered that I haven't made previews of the alpha/numerals or word art, but they are the same font and colour as on the tags in the previews, or an example of a piece of word art can be found on the layout in the previous post. Also, please note that because the papers I have made are pretty big files, I have split each of them in half to save time. So, each paper pack has a 'b' file as well, containing another couple of papers. Paper pack one has not uploaded along with the others, so I will have to add the download links for them tomorrow.

Heres the preview for element pack one: These pack contains two different gem 'star' borders, two journal tags and 2 stamp/badges.

You can get this here.

Heres element pack two: This contains two buttons, two bows, two gem rows, two sequin/ cardboard frames, two cloud shapes a star 'mobile' journal tag and a cardboard and notepaper border.

You can get it here.

Here's Paper pack one:

I will have to add the download links for paper pack one tomorrow, as I am running out of time now. Sorry about that.

And Paper pack two:

Paper 2
Paper 2b

Here are the links for the alpha and numerals:
Alpha lower
Alpha upper

I hope you enjoy using this kit!! As usual it is personal use only, the terms of use can be found in the paper pack one file which I will upload asap.

Wednesday, 30 July 2008

Where in the World? Kit

I have designed a freebie kit for everybody today. I've made a lot of papers in pinky and lilac tones and wanted to make something a bit more suitable for masculine layouts. It's in neutral, brown and green tones and has a bit of a travel theme. The kit contains 4 papers, several elements, 4 different frames and a set of alpha/numerals. I think this is the first full kit I have made!! Yay! It's not fantastic because I still have a lot to learn in regards to this designing malarkey, but it was a lot of fun to make and I hope that people can make some use of it.

As usual, here are the previews:

You can get the alpha here.

The elements are here.

The frames can be found here.

And finally, the papers are here.


Monday, 28 July 2008

More element freebies!

Personally I'm secretly an avid list maker, so two of todays elements are journalling lists. There is a star and a love heart tag, where you get to fill in resons why you love someone or think they are a star! I have also made a man and woman shaped journal tag.

Here's the previews:

Star Tag

You can get this here.

Heart Tag

You can download this one here.
And finally the his and hers journal Tags:
You can get these here.
I forgot to add a tou file to any of these freebies, but the usual applies: these are for personal use only.

Sunday, 27 July 2008

My first attempts at making elements...freebies galore!

Lots of freebies today! I've had a few days off so I've had a go at making my own scrapbooking elements. I have made a few cardboard frames, some cardboard and note paper shaped journal tags and a few notepaper speech bubbles. I hope you like them!

I have made the cardboard frames into three different shapes and each shape comes in two different bright pastel colours. I tried to include a colour that would be suitable for either feminine or masculine layouts for each shape.

Heres a preview (Not all shown):

You can download the frames here

Next up is the cardboard and notepaper journal tags which I have made in a few different shapes:

You can download these here.

And finally, I made these notepaper speech bubbles, some of which are a bit crumpled and grungy (I love love love speech bubbles, they make fantastic journalling tags for layouts!):

You can download these here.


Monday, 21 July 2008

Sugar and Spice Papers 2

Right, heres a second lot of sugar and spice papers, this time in lilac colours. Just a quick post this evening, as its quite late and i'm a wee bit tired from a cinema and cocktail evening out! I watched Wall-e, which was great fun and my friend and I had a few strawberry - rum - ice cream concoctions aferwards, which were gorgeous!

Heres a preview of the papers:

You can download them here.


Sugar and Spice Papers

I have made a set of very girly, pink textured papers to give away! This is a set of four, but I enjoyed making them so much that theres a strong chance I'll make some more at some point to go with them! I meant to post them earlier but woke up this morning with a mega craving for rum and raisin ice cream, so I had to go and buy some first!!! Very yummy it was too!

Anyway, heres a preview of the papers:

The download link is here.

Thursday, 17 July 2008

And the first award goes to...

Deb at!

This designer is really pretty amazing, giving away loads and loads of lovely cu freebies on her blog. I made a lot of use of her overlays in the Grunged Up! papers I recently made.

I have searched through a lot of sites for cu freebies, and its very rare that a person gives away so many high quality items for free.

Thanks alot Deb, you're a star! You really help people like me who are new to the digiscrapping/designing world!

If you want to grab one of the blinkies, let me know which one you prefer and I will send you the html code.

Generous Designer Award

I started digiscrapping several months ago when I was still an impoverished student! And as I had never previously scrapped at all and so had no idea how long I would stay interested, I was concerned about splurging my limited budget on supplies. So I was pretty excited when I discovered that there were loads and loads of designers out there who regularly give away quality digiscrapping freebies. (Over the last couple of months, I have become pretty addicted to freebie hunting!) And without the generosity of these designers I never would have had the chance to become so creative and so addicted to this new hobby of mine. Also, I never would have bothered attempting to design my own digiscrapping supplies!

So, I wanted to say a big thankyou to these designers for giving away their talent and time. I have downloaded some truly gorgeous freebies over the last few months. Now ideally, I'd like to give these designers a big bunch of flowers or a box of chocolates, but obviously thats not very practical!! (Imagine if we could one day email real things to each other!!) So instead I've made a couple of blinkies for them to choose from and I will nominate one designer every few weeks for the blinkie thankyou award!!

If anyone knows of any generous designers that they would like to see recieve this award please let me know!

To the designers: If I have nominated you for this award please let me know which blinkie you prefer (they are on the right under Designer Award Blinkies) along with your contact details and I will send you the html code!!

Wednesday, 16 July 2008

Grunged Up! paper pack 2

Yep I have made yet more grungy papers! It seems that this blog is turning more and more into a freebie site! Its so much fun making stuff that I can't seem to stop!
Here's a preview:

Also included, but missing from the preview (because i'm a forgetful kind of person!) is a semi transparent pinky overlay.

Once again I have split the papers into two parts which I have labelled 3 and 4 because they continue from the previous paper pack.

Part three
Part four


Grunged Up! Paper Freebie

Well I have been working hard at the moment, lots of shifts at the care home I work at now that I have finished uni. But have a couple of days off now so have got some time to be creative!!
I have made a set of six grungy papers for people to play with. Lots of bright-ish colours and grungy edges. I loved making these, so might make a few more to go with them over the next couple of days and maybe some elements as well!

Here's a preview:

I have split it into two parts because the files are quite large.

Part one contains: the pinky graph paper, the blue/grey argyle paper and the green and purple stripy paper.

Part two contains the pinky argyle paper, the blue stripe paper and the green graph/stitch paper.

Here are the links:

Part One
Part Two

The brushes used to create the grungy effects are available at: and there is also a great tutorial on this site about how to install these brushes for use in photoshop programs which is available here:

Monday, 7 July 2008

A Midnight Garden Mini Kit

I have decided to make a mini kit of my A Midnight Garden kit to give away as a freebie while I am still designing the full kit. Included are: a navy graph paper, a dragonfly, a piece of word art, a ribbon with bow and a splatter of fairy dust!! As I keep making this kit I will upload pictures so you can see how it is all developing!!
Here is the preview:

You can download this mini kit through 4shared here

I have included links to any commercial use designers in the tou file.

Saturday, 5 July 2008

Yet more freebies...I'm loving this!!

Well, I have been doing nothing but digiscrapping over the last couple of days!!! Heres a few more freebies for you...

Part two of the purpleteal kit I made is avaliable here

I have also made two bows, one in each colour, to go with this kit. Which you can download here.

Enjoy!! All of the commercial use items I have used are addressed in the included text files, including links to the designers websites so that you can have a go at designing your own digiscrapping elements etc!!

Loads of useful design tutorials can be found at I love this site! And it explains far more simply than I ever could how to go about things!

A Midnight Garden kit preview

I am currently working on a new kit called A Midnight Garden. Its mostly inspired by my bizarre waking hours, I work night shifts at a care home and it has sent me a wee bit nocturnal!! For the past four years I have gotten used to being awake at unusual times!! The kit is also inspired by how gorgeous I personally find nature at night, everything seems sapped of colour. Heres a few previews...

Clicking on the word art will take you to my flickr where you can see a bigger preview.

A random purple paper freebie

While mucking around on a new kit which is in progress called MIDNIGHT GARDEN I came up with the following paper which I would like to share with you. Heres the link.

I did not make these brushes by the way, please see the enclosed Brush Designer file for the designers credits.

Friday, 4 July 2008

Wow look what I made (sort of!)!!!

I have actually made my own mini kit!! Yipeee! I really can't quite believe it!! Well, when I say made, I didn't exactly make it from scratch. I did use some commercial use freebies which I re-coloured and relied lots on my photoshop elements user guide! But its definitely a start!!

And look: Heres a preview...

Its got 3 purple papers, 3 teal papers, a flower in each colour, a frame in each colour and a piece of tape in each colour.

Well, I needed to do something to take my mind off the heart breaking relationship breakup and failed job interview i've recently been through!!

This is the website where I learnt to make the pieces of tape:

And heres the download link for part one

(Part 1 contains everything in teal, I will upload the purple stuff soon, I didnt realise it would take so long!!)

Please see the attached file CU sources for information regarding the individual cu designers.

NOTE: Unless otherwise stated all freebies given away by Kittenkaaboodle are for personal use only. I am currently relying heavily on the generosity of designers who give away cu freebies, please refer to the notepad files contained within each download for information on these designers. It is not my right to freely redistribute the cu items that I use, by visiting the designers sites you can learn more about their terms etc. Plus you can gain the opportunity to download and experiment for yourself.

Saturday, 28 June 2008

Where to buy...

Of course everyone loves freebies, they are fantastic! But, there will come a time when you might want something specific for your layouts, or when you need some retail therapy! This is where online stores come in handy!! There are loads of sites out there where designers sell downloadable digiscrapping supplies. These are mostly reasonably priced and of course they are absolutely gorgeous!

Here are a few links to a few of my favourite online stores:

More lovely freebie links

Here are a couple of freebies that I have oooh-ed and ahhh-ed over in the last couple of days!

This gorgeous fairy overlay can be found at Rainy Day Scraps. I love how detailed and delicate it is.

Aja Abney's fun and colourful My Wish For You kit can be found in the gallery over at

I love anything a bit shabby, torn and aged (in terms of a scrapbooking aesthetic anyway!) so I have fallen a little bit in love with this ripped newspaper frame avaliable at
Wilma's Creations

These grungy grub papers are my favourite find this week. I love the shabby, aged look they have and they are so perfect for a project I've had in mind over the last couple of weeks. They are made by Susan over at Raspberry Road Designs.

Thanks to all the designers for your generosity and to any freebie hunters, enjoy!

NOTE: All links active as of 28/06/08

Wednesday, 25 June 2008

Step Two: The Fun Part! (Part 2)

Okay, so you have managed to find lots of gorgeous and lovely freebies on the internet. Now, you have to figure out what to do with them all!!

Firstly, you have probably discovered that there are a lot of different things being offered out there. They should fall mostly into the following categories:
  • Kits: Which includes full kits, collaboration kits, mini kits. Kits will usually include paper; sometimes several different designs and usually several embellishments. Some also include wordart and alpha.

  • Papers: Digital papers only. Sometimes you will be offered a single paper and sometimes a pack containing several different designs. These papers might be commercial overlays that you can alter for your own projects, it is important to check with the designers.

  • Elements: These can include anything from ribbons to bows to frames to buttons to stamps. I also include word art in this category. There's lots of different types of embellishments out there. Again some of these are offered as a changable commercial use freebie.

  • Alpha: Which includes lowercase and/or uppercase and/or punctuation and/or numerals. There are also a lot of different fonts out there available for download. Note that some alpha downloads are 'pre-cut' into seperate png files and some require separation with a cutting tool (which can be found in programs such as Adobe Photoshop.)
  • Templates: A pre-made scrapbooking template which you can fill with papers, photos and embellishments etc. So the basic structure of a scrapbooking page is provided ready for you to personalise.
  • Quickpages: Which are basically a premade scrap page, possibly including frames, embellishments etc. The idea with these is that you just add a photo and maybe the odd bit of embellishment/journalling etc. These do not allow as much scope for personalisation as templates. But are ideal if you are short of time or for experimenting.

NOTE: Freebies are often offered in different formats and different sizes e.g. tagger size. I will try and go in to this further at a later date. Just be aware that some downloads may not be compatible with your particular digiscrapping program.

So, you have found the freebies that you like and would like to use. Now its time to begin downloading! This is a pretty simple process, and is really about following the onscreen instructions. Some designers have a link beside the image of the freebie and some use the image itself as a link. In other cases the designers place links elsewhere, but reading through their post will direct you (alot of the time freebies are posted in a designers blog which are fun and worthwhile reading anyway).

Freebie links will work in different ways, some will direct you to a file sharing website such as 4shared, others will open up a download box instantly. I have also obtained freebies where I was required to right click on the image and choose 'save target as'. The designers will tell you how to obtain their freebies, but I mention this as part of my education!

Some advice:

Think about how you organise your downloads; you want to be able to know roughly what's in them, but you also want to know who designed them incase you ever need to credit the designer (for example if you want to post a finished layout online). Also, some designers rightly ask that you do not change the name of the downloaded file. It is after all their work and should retain the name they give it. The problem is that sometimes the name of the file gives very little information about the contents. In this case, I tend to keep the original file name of the download, but file it inside a file which is named so that it gives me an idea about whats inside. (I used the word file a lot just then!) Anyway, it would be organised a bit like this: Mint Green Elements>lohlor_118> various contents.

It might be worth keeping your downloads in seperate sub files; for example kits in one sub file, and alpha in another. Otherwise, you could possibly get bogged down with them all. I also file mine seperately into different types. So for example a flower element will be filed in My Documents>Scrapbooking>Elements>Floral. Otherwise I know I would get lost and waste a lot of time looking for things to use in my layouts. This is obviously quite a time consuming and possibly boring process, (i'm a bit geeky, so I quite enjoy it!) but if you do it as you download, it does save a lot of time when you want to use the files.

I know that i'm not the law on manners and I feel a bit rude even writing this, but I think its nice to say thanks to the individual designers, after all, they have generously shared a lot of their hard work, talent and time.

Obviously I am not the person giving away the various freebies on the net, so it is best to address any concerns or questions etc to the respective designers. The above is just my personal experience of freebie gathering

Tuesday, 24 June 2008

Lovely Freebies

Every so often I shall post a blog dedicated to freebies I have found on the net that I personally like and will use. These are not freebies that I have made and so it is important to thank the relevant designers for their hard work and generosity and to bear in mind their individual copyright controls and what they are allowing the freebies to be used for (e.g. commercial or personal use only.) The following images are for reference only, they are not links for download. Please follow the links to the respective designers website for download links and information.

Some of my favourite designs are made by Susan Darter at Raspberry Road Designs and I particularly like the Sassy Lass Collection that she has been giving away over the last couple of days.

These stamps, avaliable at the gallery at digital scrapbook place are fantastic for journalling, dates, titles etc.

I also really like the Lemonade Stand add on avaliable at The "Kreative Karma"

This mini kit avaliable at Franziska's Scrap Blog is gorgeous, I love the muted tones of the papers and the crossword elements.

This Altered Melody word art is made by Irene at Irene Alexeeva Digital Designs. It coordinates with the Altered Melody page kit which Irene has kindly offered for free and which is avaliable here.

I love love love these journal notes avaliable at Lindsay Jane Designs. I've got a bit of a thing for notepaper at the best of times (does that sound a bit weird?!) and the funky shapes of these are great for adding journal entries to scrapbook pages.

So, thanks to all the lovely designers who are offering these freebies and to anyone using them, have fun scrapping!

NOTE: All links active as of 25/06/08

Step Two: The Fun Part!!! (Part 1)

Ok, are you ready? Have you got plenty of time on your hands? Enough computer memory to store all sorts of lovely goodies? If so, I am about to introduce you to one of the best bits about preparing to digiscrap. FINDING THE GOOD STUFF!!! (I know I make it sound like a treasure hunt for a small child, but to me that's exactly what it's like!)

As a beginner, you may be unsure about how dedicated you will become to this digiscrapping business and so although the majority of digital supplies are resonably priced, it is a good idea to have a browse around the internet for digiscrabbing freebies. Many kind designers offer various products for free which are an exellent way to experiment and have fun with digiscrapping without worrying about making a foolish investment.

And there really is a ton of stuff just waiting to be downloaded and incorporated into scrapbook designs, so much in fact that at first it can be a little overwhelming. Luckily, there are several fantastic websites where the kind owners have done the hard work for us. Two of my favourites are Scrapping with IkeaGoddess and Digifree – The Digital Scrapbook Freebie Search Engine. Both of these websites are updated very frequently (usually daily) with new digital freebies found on the internet.

Alternatively, many designers have their own blogs or websites where they offer gorgeous freebies, some of these also have long lasting links, so it is worth looking back through the archives to see what you can find. Some of my personal favourite designers who offer freebies can be found at Raspberry Road Designs, Irene Alexeeva Digital Designs and Ziggle Scraps. But there are loads of talented individuals out there kindly giving stuff away. When I've had a bit of time on my hands, I've often found myself following links from designers blogs or digiscrapping search engines and have found lots of lovely freebies this way.

Freebies can also be found in the newsletters that many digiscrapping websites offer for you to sign up to, such as at Scrap Girls.

Finally, freebies can be found on online shops, such as at Shabby Princess or in dedicated digiscrapping forums such as at Gotta Pixel ... Addicted to the Pixel. Bear in mind that some of these sites will require you to register your details before allowing you to view and/or download the freebies.

Bear in mind that most of these sites also offer digital scrapbooking goodies for sale and most of them are reasonably priced and extremely droolworthy. (Bad choice of word I know!)

Step One: Choosing Software

When I first started digiscrapping, I hadn't previously had any experience of scrapbooking before. Because of this, I wasn't sure how dedicated I would be and whether it would be worth my while spending out a great deal of money on a hobby that I might grow quickly tired of.
There are however masses of wonderful websites out there which offer many different digiscrapping freebies or sale items which are perfect for the beginner to digiscrapping who wants to experiment and learn.

So starting from the basics and assuming that you have access to an online computer (oh and be warned if you do fall in love with digiscrapping you will need lots of memory to store all those gorgeous kits, papers and elements etc that you will find!):

The first thing that a digital scrapbooker needs is software. There are several different programs avaliable that you can use, some of which are much more simple than others to navigate and some much cheaper than others. Prices range from hundreds of pounds for a brand new edition of Adobe Photoshop, to nothing for Google's Picasa. It may be worth experimenting with a couple of trial versions initially until you find a program that you feel comfortable using. I started off using a trial of Lumapix Fotofusion Scrapbook Essentials which is avaliable here

A very good guide to the various programs that you can choose from is avaliable at They have a section dedicated to beginner digiscraping called Digital Scrapbooking 101 which includes, among other useful information, a guide to the various programs that are out there for digiscrapping. From my browsing on the net it seems that a popoular choice is Adobe Photoshop or Photoshop elements. Trial versions of both of these programs are avaliable on the Adobe website downloads page. (NOTE: It unfortunately seems that downloads are not avaliable from the Adobe website until July 1st.)

Once you have chosen your preferred program it might be an idea to familiarise yourself with it before attempting to launch straight into scrapbooking. As I have previously hinted, some programs are much more complicated than others, but there are some great tutorials or userguides avaliable either on or offline which are tremendously helpful.

So, goodluck with the search! I hope you find a program that works well for you!

Monday, 23 June 2008

A foray into the world of blogging

Well, here I am, blogging for pretty much the first time ever! Recently I have gotten into the world of digital scrapbooking in a biiiiig way and I have read so many entertaining, witty and interesting blogs that I have been inspired to start my own.

Initially I thought about starting my own blog dedicated to scrapbooking freebies, but there are already so many wonderful sites on the internet dedicated to this already (and doing a good job too! - see my links column for some of these) so the aim of my blog is to provide information to the beginner digiscrapper, based on my own learning experiences. It will probably also include lots of random thoughts and musings that pop into my head!!

To anyone who spots mistakes, errors or misinformation relating to digiscrapping in my blog please feel free to get in touch with me so I can make ammendments. I am new to this, and any corrections will be greatfully recieved!!