Like I mentioned before, I am no digital scrapper. That said, I love digital products + being able to use them in my paper projects. All you have to do is hit print! Here are some pages I made recently using Paislee Press’ Photobooth Digital Kit + Journaling Cards:

I printed out the digital papers (woodgrain, red stripe, and red geometric) onto white cardstock and cut them into circles. I also snuck in a little Elle’s Studio action through her (ridiculously cute!) Handmade Layers Cutouts pennant + date strip. This layout probably took 10 minutes tops, and half of that time was spent making sure that I was punching the correct letters into my Dymo labeler! Ha!

For this layout, I printed the woodgrain paper onto kraft cardstock and love how it turned out! I also used the red geometric patterned paper, the “I love these photos” word art from the main kit, and one of the journaling cards. And I misspelled the name of the zoo, which is making me crazy as I stare at this photo! There are very few aspects of life that I demand perfection from, but spelling is definitely one of them!

Here I used the photobooth, red stripe, map, and floral papers from the main kit, in addition to one of the journaling cards and a word art phrase. So easy to whip out!

As long as you have a basic understanding of opening files and printing, you can totally hybrid scrap! And if you have slightly (I promise, only slightly) more than basic skills, you can drag and drop these files into Illustrator or Photoshop and play around with them a little bit. I think it would be fun to resize the papers, use clipping masks, add text, etc. So many possibilities and the best part of all…you’ll never run out of supplies! (:

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