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  • Welcome to Digi Scrapin' with Jen! Practical Advice for the {new} Digital Scrapbooker (and some tips and links for the experienced ones, too!)
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The book I would have written

  • . . . were I not too lazy to write a book. Seriously, you should read this if you want to learn about digi-scrapping.

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Comments

Hi Jen, I found your site and find it quite interesting. I do paper scrapbooking. The digital aspect is intriguing. I have a few questions though.
1. I am assuming I will need to purchase a printer that can print 12x12 papers. I have never seen one, do you have brand names of such?
2. Do I need to purchase certain ink?
3. I was able to use a font and wrote a few sentecnes and put scrapbook paper in the printer and it worked, but I suppose the normal ink in my printer may be an issue for the page I cut out the sentences and added it to, correct?

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    Blank Board Games - customize these games to any content you need to teach! These file folder games are perfect for preschool and elementary schoolers. Includes editable playing cards in JPEG and PDF format.

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