A graphic designer for the printing industry by trade, I was creating rudimentary “digital” scrapbooks using inexpensive scrapbooking software and Photoshop in the mid 1990s. I even designed my first brag book using Quark Xpress and Photoshop a full year before I discovered the digital scrapbooking world in June of 2006. A whole new world of artistic expression was opened up to me and I was immediately taken with digiscrapping. I began designing templates based on my layouts and began selling my designs in early 2007.

In the course of my personal scrapping, I decided to try printing my layouts in a photo book. I found the resources a bit confusing and in the creation of my first books, I developed a set of tools including actions and templates to help make the process painless. Shortly thereafter, I realized that other scrappers could benefit from the tools I had developed for myself and began to offer those for sale as well. I’m always happy to assist customers with any questions they have along the way.

I offer Scrap-4-Hire/Scrap-4-Others options on many of my products, as well as several tools for professional use by digital scrapbooking designers.

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