Saturday, September 13, 2008

What I have been up to...


14 comments:

Robin B said...

your amazing. I've got 3 kids and can't seem to get much done.

BDN said...

Ah, how cute!! *loves*

Theresa said...

wow. that's amazing,.. so do you make those up and then print them off and stick them in a book after the fact? where are you printing them off at and what size paper... fun fun pages. :)

Ellsworth Family said...

Very Crafty, and super cute!! You need to teach me how you do the online scrapbooking so that I might attempt some pages myself!

Jodi Jean said...

wow ... those look great (as always!!) i should totally scrap more, sheesh!!

Ariane said...

Someday, when we have moved to Indiana with you guys, you will either need to teach me how to do this or do it for me (and I am perfectly fine with either option)! You are so crafty! :)

TaraLee said...

So cute! Kudos!

shayla said...

Not like you have time, but I bet you could get people to pay you to do their digital scrapbooking for them. You do such a great job. I'd be a customer for sure. Shayla=not crafty.

Our Family said...

Ok, how do you do that? Im so not into the whole digital scrapbooking thing, but those are cute! Give me some pointers please!

Kerstin said...

To answer a few questions:
Theresa: What i have been doing is adding 2 inches of blank white space to my pages and then having them printed out as 8X10 photos. I then cut off the extra 2 inches of white space and put them in an 8x8 album. They print off really nice. I am going to try printing them out in a 8x8 photo book from shutter fly because I have an offer for a free one.
Jamie: I use The GIMP to put my pages together. It is a free photo editing program you can dowload. I think that it has a pretty steep learning curve but it isn't too bad if you play around with it for awhile. You can also use Photoshop, which is a bit easier to learn but it cost money. You can download a lot of the digital papers, fonts, and elements for free. Just google something like "Free digiscrap paper" there is a lot of stuff out there. Some it cost money but you don't have to get that stuff. I figure it still ends up being more cost effective then regular scrapbooking because you can use the stuff over and over again. I like it because my kids can't get into it and it doesn't make a huge mess. My favorite website for free digiscrap stuff is http://www.shabbyprincess.com/downloads.asp

Cynthia said...

These are super cute! Is this the scrapbooking done online? I am interested! haha You are super talented!!!!

Kerstin said...

Cynthia, i don't do it online but I do it on the computer

The Watts said...

Is it possible for me to print them off from your website to keep in a journal? I love what you did they are awesome, by the way what you did to our site is amazing I almost started crying I was so touched by what you did, Thanks!

Summer and Hunter said...

I TOTALLY agree with Shayla. You could make some serious cash creating these for other people. By other people I mean me. Seriously.