10 Reasons to Go Digital
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3. PRINTING - Printing can be looked at as one of the downsides of digital scrapbooking--it's a necessary expense, and it can be the most expensive part of the whole process. But with it comes a great deal of versatility in how you want your books to look. Personally, I hated the big thick books that were so hard to store and look through. I like the slim look of a professionally bound book. But if you really enjoy paper scrapping, you don't have to switch entirely. You can still print your pages on 12x12's, then slip them into slip covers in your thick books right along with paper scrapped pages. There are simply a lot more options when you do it digitally. Related Posts: Lesson 11: Printing Options, 2011 Book Has Arrived!
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