Getting Started: Software for digital scrapbooking

by | Nov 29, 2008 | Getting Started with Scrapbooking, Scrapbooking Supplies | 0 comments

Here at Simple Scrapper, when we talk about “software”, we’re generally referring to a design application that can be used for any creative project, including your digital layouts. These applications let you edit photos as well as preserve memories as a scrapbook.

There are also quite the variety of desktop, web-based and downloadable tools for scrapbook-like results. However, these tools don’t quite mimic the paper-based process. Most of the layouts you’ll see here and throughout the community were created with one of these software packages:

While I personally use Photoshop Elements most of the time and GIMP for quick edits at work, Simple Scrapper doesn’t play favorites. Check out the Web sites and read the reviews. What do you think? Which is the best?

By the way, don’t fret if learning software is not up your alley. Simple Scrapper will feature tips for these software packages as well as reviews of the super-simple all-in-one tools!

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