Saturday, May 24, 2008

More Scrapping Servant Bloggers

I've visited them all!
I also did a little online browsing to address my issue of paper storage. A very frugal solution is to get a legal size, plastic container and Penda-flex folders to separate colors and/or patterns. It would look something like this.

What I think I really want are these clear stacking trays. One site had them 10 trays for $60, but I found the same thing at a different site (here's the link) for $49.95. I suppose I should check shipping charges to see which one will really save me money.
And many of you may know of several online stores from which to purchase supplies, but I want to mention Scrapbook Super Center, which seems to have it all for reasonable prices.


I am off to find my Cozumel pictures and plan my next pages! Before I go, these are the creative scrapbookers I have visited and commented on since earlier this week. I think I've hit them all!



Charlene at Haute Artist

Shell – Scrapgrlz

Tiffany at A Mom’s Heart



Evelyn at Simple Scrappin



Baileysgranny at My Life as a Grandma

Katrina at Krafts by Katie


Hope at 4theMemories

Flip Flop Mom at Just a Flip Flop Mom

Happy Momma ( Frog Princess ) at Happy Home

The final name on Mr. Linky didn't link to a valid blog address :-(

6 comments:

Jan said...

Thanks for visiting my blog! Hope you have a terrific weekend.

As far as an easy digital program, I've got two suggestions -

You can try out my Heritage Makers website -
http://www.MakingScrapbooks.com to learn more. The basic membership is free. It's very easy to use. You will need to be online to use the program.

If you prefer to work off line, Memory Mixer is a great program! It's very easy to use, and you can add digital elements that you find on the internet. I have the limited edition version of it called LifeTimez, but it's the same thing. I use it when I'm not connected to the internet. Then I upload the completed pages to my Heritage Makers account for creating completed books to be printed.

Hopefully that all makes sense.

Both are very easy to use, without the learning curve of photoshop. Both also allow you to be completely creative with your pages, so you feel like you are still "scrapbooking".

If you've got any questions on either, feel free to contact me. I don't sell Memory Mixer, but I'm quite familiar with how it works.

the teach said...

forgetfulone, yes my birthday's tomorrow... stop by and celebrate it with me. There will be cake and balloons! Scrpabooking seems like a lot of fun! :D

Chrissy said...

I have a paper rack that I love it took me awhile to finally find a paper organizer that fit my needs. YOu have a great blog.

Chrissy

FlipFlop Mom said...

LOVE your blog girly.. THANK YOU for visiting mine!!! You've done AWESOME by visiting them all.. maybe tomorrow I'll get a chance to do that!!!

have a GREAT weekend!!

On a limb with Claudia said...

I love that you do this, but I don't get it at all. So hurray for scrapping! and for you!

Evelyn said...

Hey thanks for stopping by my blog, I am glad to be able to meet new Scrapbookers and bloggers! Look forward to continuing the blogging friendship!

P.S. I did tag you on my blog. Just stop in for more information.

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