It’s a brand new day for me, and I’m so glad you’re here to share it!
As my friends and family know, I am absolutely, positively passionate about digital scrapbooking, and I just can’t seem to get enough of it. I have been paper scrapbooking (in the modern sense) since 1997, when my husband and I were first engaged, and I loved it. But in 2006, I found digital scrapbooking and made my first digital album – a tribute album to my grandmother who had recently passed away. I knew right then that I was hooked.
But my kids’ albums were all paper, and I wasn’t sure how I would combine paper and digital forms. So at first, I decided I would make family albums digital and the kids’ albums paper. Well, the more I got into digital scrapbooking, the more I loved it, and before long, pretty much all of my layouts were digital. It was just easier, more flexible and didn’t require photo prints! (I’m terrible about printing my photos!)
Flash forward to 2011. For my birthday this year, my husband bought me a digital scrapbooking class on JessicaSprague.com, and I later learned about a class she offered for digital designers who might be interested in selling their product. That was just enough to get my wheels turning. I had considered selling for a while, but I honestly didn’t think I wanted to dive into another business. Still, I couldn’t get the idea out of my head, so I decided to jump in feet first and just do as much or as little as I can, completely on the side.
So welcome to that new adventure: Pixels and Pix. I hope you enjoy the ride as much as I think I will!
Watch for more soon!