- it is easier -I just have to look for the digital picture, copy-paste it onto a page with layout, add embellishments and text and everything is done with the click of a mouse.
- it is less messy -I don't have to cut and paste manually a lot of papers and art materials.
I also use another website for my digital scrapbooking called Artscow. I have made a post about it before called Digital Scrapbooking for Fun and Profits. And since I made an account with them, I have already ordered 4 photo books from them. I like the quality and it's a great way to get my digital photos into an organized print form at a cheap price also. They often offer promotional deals (discounted photo books plus free shipping). I just make the photo books when I have the time and order them for printing when there is a promo. Just like this photo book for which I only paid about $10.99 (normal price is about $28 including shipping). Click the thumbnail below to see a sample of the photo book. You can still get this 30-paged 8x8 photobook at $10.99 with free shipping just put the coupon code 3039PBKS. If you want the 39-paged photobook at $12.99, just input the same coupon code. This offer will expire on October 31, 2011.
Regarding making traditional scrapbooks, we have made one for my daughter because it was required as their special project in Science. They were asked by their teacher to collect photos and show how they were growing. Good thing, I have some of her old photos printed and I just printed out some of the new ones. The good thing about making this scrapbook is that it was a nice bonding time with my daughter. My other daughter is also asking me that we do her scrapbook also.
How about you, do you do any scrapbooking? Or do you still have time to do it?