... at least for me. I'm terrible at getting my layouts printed. I keep telling myself I won't do it until I've finished a year, an special occation, a certain story or whatever it is I'm scrapping. I think that of all the layouts I've made so far I've only had around 1% printed. One of the main reasons for this was that I had to get it done at a store and somehow I felt like I couldn't be bothered getting the files uploaded (I know, it's no excuse!) So not long before my birthday I asked my husband to find a printer for me. Cheap to buy AND cheap to use; which isn't the easiest thing in the world. It wasn't exactly a b-day wish since I didn't want him to spend that much money on it but guess what he did.
Apart from being able to print my layouts now the printer has also opened an entirely different side of scrapping that I had yet to explore. Making cards! And this is my first attempt. Having to cut and fold reminded me why I'd never tried paper scrapping but I'm quite happy with the result.
Products: I've used various products by Nicole Young and Tina Chambers, both Digital Scrapbook Place