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I admit I have not always been the biggest fan, but I am coming around. The sites that I will be listing have provided great inspiration and ideas that have really gotten my creative juices flowing and ready to go. I'm happy I can share them with you here! I'm featuring sites that cater to both paper scrappers and digital scrappers and to those like me that just like it all: - The Shabby Princess is more for the digital scrapbooker; you'll find some great tutorials (even tutorials using Photoshop Elements!), FREE downloads, a gallery where you can showcase your work (as long as you use 75% of her products in your work), and the Shabby Shoppe where you can purchase her digital kits. There's also the Shabby Princess blog where I saw she provided a recipe card for download and I thought that was a great idea. Even if you don't enjoy traditional scrapbooking, you can still design items like recipe cards in scrapbook style and give them as a gift to the cook in your like or just make them for yourself!

Shabby Princess - Digital Scrapbooking Magazine is one of the magazines I pick to read during my weekly visits to the bookstore. While most of the good stuff is in the magazine (and I recommend picking it up), you can still find some great freebies on their website. I even found this great article about taking your digital scrapbooking to another level by using digital frames, cell phones, and your TV.

Digital Scrapbooking - features a shop, some tutorials, and a TON of great freebies like paper and embellishments.

Free Digital Scrapbooking - Two Peas in a Bucket is like your one stop shop in the scrapbooking world. There's everything for the paper scrappers and the digital scrappers from numerous brands as well. There's a huge community on Two Peas in a Bucket where you can upload your work, photographs, and compete in weekly competitions.

Two Peas In a Bucket Saving the best for last! I am so in love with Kitschy Digitals! Their style is impeccable and pretty much everything I could ever want out of paper and scrapbook design. They even go beyond that! In addition to their digital kits, you can buy gorgeous vinyl decal frames for your home, printable embroidery patterns, cutouts to make wreaths, etc. Don't forget to check out the cute Kitschy Digitals blog for tutorials and more.

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