Quick and Easy Computer Scrapbooking : Low Cost And Lots Of Fun!
Quick and Easy Computer Scrapbooking
By Ellen Wardle
Subject: Are You a Scrapper?
Creating Memories for the 21st Century the Digital Way
If you are then it's a good bet that you keep a close eye for new and innovative tools to enhance your efforts.
If you don't know what a scrapper is or you think we're talking about a mischievous little boy, maybe we've piqued your interest.
If you are looking for a hobby then becoming a scrapper just may be a perfect fit for you.
It's fun, creative and the results can last a lifetime.
If you like working with your hands you might be a scrapper in the making.
If you are the unofficial family photographer, you might be a scrapper in the making.
Why don't you take a look and find out if you are a scrapper in the making.
Doesn't cost you a penny to look and who knows, you just might like it.
Unless you've been hiding under a rock somewhere for the last several years, you are aware of the latest trend of creating scrapbooks.
The scrapbooks are designed to preserve memories. It may be a record of family history, a special event like a wedding or birthday or any other event important to the recipient.
Okay, so you "get it." Scrapbooks are popular. Very popular. So how does that compute digitally? Our author isn't saying that you should stop creating scrapbooks using traditional methods.
What she IS saying is learn how to use your computer to enhance your traditional scrapbooking efforts. Scrapbooking can get a little pricey when you start adding up all the costs involved.
However, using your computer you can substantially reduce the amount you spend by learning how to produce components quickly and often more inexpensively.
Ellen isn't telling you to halt your traditional scrapbooking. Just the opposite. She is giving you a wonderful tool to use your computer to organize your raw materials, enhance your projects, and save time and money.
Wow! Just take a look at what she has packed into "Quick and Easy Computer Scrapbooking."
* Learn how to scan pictures
* Discover where to find the best printers, supplies and paper
* Find free computer programs
* Choose your image editing program
* How to edit pages and pictures
* Reveals how to write interesting journal entries
* How to choose and use different fonts
* Selecting topics for your scrapbooks
* Using scrapbooking forums for assistance
* Resources and more scrapbooking tips
If you are already a "scrapper" this is a terrific tool to add to your scrapbooking arsenal. If you've been looking for a hobby you've found it. It's fun and rewarding. How can you not enjoy the pleasure your effort will bring to a loved one?
And, you've got our guarantee. If you are not satisfied with your purchase for any reason in the next 56 days just request a refund. There's no risk for you, we take it all.
So, what are you waiting for? Grab your copy today and become a new "scrapper." We think you won't regret it!
Table Of Contents:
About the Author
What is Scrapbooking?
Is Digital Scrapbooking Better?
What You Need
Scanning Your Pictures
Printers and Supplies
Start with what You already Have
Download a Trial of a Commercial Program
Start with What You Already Have
Download a Free Program from the Internet
Benefits of Digital Scrapbooking
Making Your Digital Scrapbook
Creating a Page
Editing Pages and Pictures
Creating Scrapbook Elements
Choosing Your Image Editing Program
Features to Look for
Quality of Output
Editing and Enhancing Your Images
How to Write Interesting Journal Entries
A Store with More
How to Choose and Use Fonts
Topics for Your Scrapbooks
Forums - Help and be Helped
More Scrapbooking Tips
The Importance of Color Combinations
Be Creative to Maintain Reader's Interest
Free Office Suite!
Shareware and Freeware programs
This is the Beginning, not the End!
About The Author
Ellen Wardle has been making scrapbooks for several years.
Ellen started using a computer in her work and bought her first computer just a couple of years ago.
She started using a desktop publishing program for letters and also stationery for a community organization which she belonged to.
Then, she realized that this could also be a great help with producing her scrapbooks as well.
Ellen says that she is not interested in the technical aspects of her computer. She just wants to use her computer to make scrapbooking easier and to improve the results she gets without spending very much money.
This is her first book and she hopes it will introduce many people to the delightful art of scrapbooking and also help many hobbyists, who have some experience with traditional methods, use their computers to improve the results they get.
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