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View Poll Results: How long have you been digi-scrapping?

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  • Haven't ever

    2 0.91%
  • less than 3 months

    45 20.45%
  • less than 6 months

    28 12.73%
  • less than 1 year

    46 20.91%
  • more than a year

    99 45.00%
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Thread: How long have you been digi-scrappin?

  1. #41
    Join Date
    Apr 2007
    Location
    Virginia Beach, VA
    Posts
    902
    I started digi scrapping in the beginning of March ... so less than 3 months. I absolutely LOVE photography ... and started playing with photo manipulation with PSPX (after a friend introduced me) and from there I discovered digi scrapping. I've got SOOO much to learn ... but I can see how much I've improved since my first couple of LO's!! I was always interested in scrapbooking ... but the cost was prohibitive and with 3 cats ... I didn't think that my stuff would survive! Anyway, I really view this as an art and I'm so thankful to have stumbled upon it! I'm completely addicted!
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    Babette




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  2. #42
    I started digi scrappin in November of 2006. I started using PowerPoint because it is what I had, but now I use PSE 3. I love my paper scrapping which I have been doing for about 9 years, but digi scrappin is a whole new exciting world.
    Cassandra


  3. #43
    I started in February (I think) by taking a ScrapFest class taught by Rhonna Farrer online. But I really started doing quite a bit in April. I use Elements 5.0--I love hearing about all the CS2 users out there and the cool things they do, but I'm not even thinking about trying to design anything yet, so I think I'll be saving my $$$ towards a digital SLR, not Photoshop for now.

  4. #44
    Join Date
    Apr 2007
    Location
    Salt Lake City, Utah
    Posts
    914
    I've been digi-scrapping since January of this year. I love that all you need is a computer and Photoshop...there are tons of elements and kits on the internet that you can download to get you started for free. I don't think I'd even know how to paper scrap now--how would I make my pictures change sizes every couple minutes to follow my every whim on a layout?? I love that you can make new paper right there on the spot when you need a mat or embellishment. You never have to stop in the middle of a layout (with all your scrap supplies strewn across the floor) and run to the scrapbook store to get another paper. It's great.

  5. i have been doing this for less than two weeks and still learning new things.

  6. #46

    over a year

    I voted for over a year, however, I still feel I a beginner. I use PSE4. Finding time is my problem. Work gets in the way of having fun time, but without work can't afford to do to much fun time.

  7. #47
    Join Date
    Apr 2007
    Location
    Upstate New York
    Posts
    9,383
    Ive been digiscrapping for almost a year now. I use PSP but also have Photoshop. I havent used that much because it intimidates me. I started by doing graphic pictures...making designs with tubes then animating them. Im limited there so I tried digiscrapping. Been hooked since.

  8. #48
    Quote Originally Posted by Sexy__Eyes View Post
    Ive been digiscrapping for almost a year now. I use PSP but also have Photoshop. I havent used that much because it intimidates me. I started by doing graphic pictures...making designs with tubes then animating them. Im limited there so I tried digiscrapping. Been hooked since.
    Don't let it intimidate you... As talented as you are.. you'll kick butt!!

  9. #49
    Join Date
    Oct 2006
    Location
    Windy city of Chicago
    Posts
    3,094
    I've been digiscrapping for about 2 years now. My son says I'm addicted! Yup!

  10. I have been digital scrapbooking for a little less than one year. I love it! I'm an addict. My husband bought me Photoshop Elements and I have such fun creating!

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