Here are the best links from the web for the week:
I have only dabbled in Flickr. I have never used Photobucket. I have been exploring using one of these services, and Katie provides a great discussion regarding Photobucket’s terms of service.
Scrapbooking on vacation with no supplies? Here’s how!
Lisa Kisch explains how she prepped a scrapbook layout without any supplies while on vacation. My favorite part of her post was the link to www.wordle.com. What a clever and easy way to make an interesting journaling layout.
Does Home Photo Printing Really Save Money?
Trent writes a blog that teaches people about personal finance. One of his trademarks is frugality and testing the economics of various frugal-tasks. Here he takes on photo printing. It should come as no surprise that printing outside the home is less expensive, while less convenient.
Designing Your Memories & Communicating With Color
Joey explains how to use a color. Though the post is ultimately geared towards digital scrapbookers, conventional scrapbookers will also learn a lot of useful information about using color in your scrapbooking.
I do not own an iPhone. I do own an iPod Touch and have been dowloading apps since Santa brought it. Trish describes several photograph apps that look really cool! I have a couple of them already, but love how my iPod Touch can take such fun photos with the different photography apps out there.
Eric has an incredibly unique scrapbooking style. In this post he shows he creates pop-up, yes pop-up scrapbook pages. His pages are absolutely amazing.