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I’m the first to admit that I love paper and ribbon and sequins and stamping and so many other things in paper crafting. But I also love creating digitally because all I need are my computer and photos. The great thing is, there’s no reason these two can’t live together, and today I’m going to show you a few ways to do hybrid paper crafting.
I’m not sure who came up with the concept of hybrid scrapbooking, but it’s the perfect term. Hybrid scrapbooking, or in this case paper crafting, brings together digital and traditional products. It can be something as simple as printing a card’s sentiment on your computer to a more involved project like a layout. For me, hybrid paper crafting allows me to add depth to my digital projects. Let me show you what I mean. As a side note, the projects I’m using were samples we had in the office that I added to. I did not create the original card and layouts.