I'll admit it, I'm a traditional scrapper. I love to sit down at my table with my papers and all my other goodies, it's my own little Wonderland! There's something about cutting and pasting and playing around with what I've pulled together that makes me happy.
I've never delved into the world of digital scrapping before. I spend a fair chunk of time by my computer, it's how I'm connected to the world. Being that I work from home, this makes sense, I'm a business of one... me. If I need to send off a note or ask someone a question I turn to the computer. So to have found a hobby that doesn't involve it was wonderful.
In comes the Prima Hybrid CDs. I get a message from Nini telling me she wants me to post about them. Well, what could I say? One never says no if Nini asks something of them! No "Off with her head" for me! *lol* I'm game, why not? These are RFH (retailer friendly hybrid) CDs. The fun thing about them is that it's not just digital, they actually co-ordinate with physical products.
I have to admit, the CDs are fun. They have layouts for both 8"x8" and 12"x12" papers and they have printable papers... how neat is that? There is also a folder for Word Art and there are co-ordinating sticker papers and clear epoxy stickers available from Prima for the word art which work with the printed file.
So I created a page using one of the pre-made layouts. I love my Alice in Wonderland tea set and thought it would be a fun item to do a page about. After adding a few more digital elements, mainly wording, I printed up a page and then sat down to do what I'm good at, adding actual physical elements. Granted I don't have any of the co-ordinating elements on hand but still managed to put together a few sparkly items to finish off the page.
I used some small stick on jewels to accent the printed trim and glittery letters for my title.
So down the rabbit hole I go, falling into the world of Prima Hybrid CDs merging digital with traditional.
Check them out on the Digital Scrapbooking page!