But, today I took the leap and upgraded my Storybook Creator Plus from 3.0 to 4.0. I also purchased some new digital content and got everything set. I decided I should go ahead and mess around with the new program a bit and see what I could create. We went to St. Louis over the weekend, so those seemed the perfect photos to use to test things out!
I ended up doing 12 pages, all in the 8" x 8" size. I'm not going to bore you with all 12 pages, but will include a few to let you see what I did. I also recently purchased a wide-format printer that will print up to 13" x 19". I used that printer with 8.5" x 11" paper to print these pages. All 12 are printed, cropped, and placed in an album. THAT makes me happy!
|This is my first page...must remember to have kids get photo in front of sign...very useful for scrapbook!|
|The aquarium at City Museum was a big hit for the kids AND me!|
|I love the fun colors...they work so well with these photos!|
|I thought the layout of these photos was interesting...tall, but not wide. I used a click and fill template for these pages.|
For anyone interested, I am using two Creative Memories products for my digital work. I use Memory Manager to organize and modify my photos. I use Storybook Creator 4.0 to create the pages. Until today I was using SBC 3.0, but upgraded today. The papers that are used in these pages are some freebies that I found online. You can purchase digital content (papers, embellishments, etc) directly from Creative Memories. If you don't have a CM consultant, leave a comment and I'll be glad to pass my consultant's name on to you!