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Mitsybelle 05-06-2010 04:58 AM

Hybrid what?
 
Ok so let us know what you're interested in, I've done a printable Card that is my store as a freebie, it's just a matter of downloading adding your sentiment, printing and cutting out, what you do after that is up to you .... a bit of glitter here and a gem or flower there!

We'd really love to know what YOU WOULD LIKE TO DO ... so fill up this thread ladies! :DD

PamR 05-06-2010 04:38 PM

Re: Hybrid what?
 
I've done lots of hybrid items. My favorite to do is to make bookmarks and calendars with digital kits. It started with my grand son being crazy about space. I found an adorable kit and have printed an entire year of 12 x 12 calendar pages for him, each with photos of the people that have birthdays. I even bought a U Bind It system for the calendars. The bookmarks have been great, too. I personalize them for the kiddos and laminate them. They make great 'rewards' for good grades, good behavior, just about anything.

CatSlater 05-06-2010 10:20 PM

Re: Hybrid what?
 
A friend of mine did some cute hybrid door hangers.

Mitsybelle 05-07-2010 02:08 AM

Re: Hybrid what?
 
Door hangers and bookmarks are always good, so are goodie bags or favour boxes :)

jimmyrose 05-07-2010 04:39 AM

Re: Hybrid what?
 
I make lots of cards and note pads. Each year as a Christmas gift for my family I make a calendar for my entire family (and I have a large exteded family) with birthdays, holidays, events and the such. I also bought a binding system just for the calendar. I have made treat boxes for birthday gifts and also printable iron ons for T-shirts. Thanks for asking.

allergy_mom 05-07-2010 05:27 AM

Re: Hybrid what?
 
As a natural-born clutter bug who is trying to learn how to "let go," one of the attractions of digi-scrapping to me is: I (and my honey!) know I won't be collecting more clutter to overwhelm me and my home. Well, at least it's all "virtual clutter!" So I would prefer hybrid projects that require minimal tangible elements (read: scissors, glue, tape, photo/gift/etc. to insert?). I have considered getting a laminator and some sort of binding equipment. But for now, it's just the computer and me.

allergy_mom 05-07-2010 05:28 AM

Re: Hybrid what?
 
Hmm... I've noticed a problem with my siggy in every post I've made today. Can anyone else see it? Any ideas on what could be the cause of this problem?

Mitsybelle 05-07-2010 05:40 AM

Re: Hybrid what?
 
Well I just saw it jump if that's what you mean (it could be that I'm just ready for bed, rofl) :)

allergy_mom 05-07-2010 06:01 AM

Re: Hybrid what?
 
I'm seeing the bottom half as a black rectangle.

Mitsybelle 05-07-2010 06:18 AM

Re: Hybrid what?
 
Oh no I don't see that at all, it looks fine to me, apart from the little jump but I'm finding that on a few things, lol :)

allergy_mom 05-07-2010 07:00 AM

Re: Hybrid what?
 
Thank you, now go ROYB
(roll onto your bed)!

Ambowife Designs 05-08-2010 08:50 PM

Re: Hybrid what?
 
Oh Pam don't you just adore the Bind it All, I bought one last year and am so eager to use it more. Such a great way to do the calendars hun, super job :)

Quote:

Originally Posted by PamR (Post 69298)
I've done lots of hybrid items. My favorite to do is to make bookmarks and calendars with digital kits. It started with my grand son being crazy about space. I found an adorable kit and have printed an entire year of 12 x 12 calendar pages for him, each with photos of the people that have birthdays. I even bought a U Bind It system for the calendars. The bookmarks have been great, too. I personalize them for the kiddos and laminate them. They make great 'rewards' for good grades, good behavior, just about anything.


Ambowife Designs 05-08-2010 08:53 PM

Re: Hybrid what?
 
LOL Kelly your siggie looks fine to me too (and no jumping LOL)

Joanne K 05-09-2010 06:59 PM

Re: Hybrid what?
 
I like to use gift card holders. Our kids and grandkids are too big and far away for us to find STUFF they would actually LIKE, so we send them gift cards, and suggestions.

The pop up kind are really fun, but hard to find. Shaped or layered ones would be great too.

Family calendars are a great idea too.

Mitsybelle 05-09-2010 08:50 PM

Re: Hybrid what?
 
I really like these ideas Joanne :)

allergy_mom 05-11-2010 08:49 AM

Re: Hybrid what?
 
Thanks for the siggy input - looks fine today... who knows!?!

I really like all the ideas everyone is giving in this thread, and the card you made is beautiful!
Just noticed there's a new progressive scrap going on - I'd better hustle over and get busy!

Char-D 05-11-2010 06:07 PM

Re: Hybrid what?
 
Paper flowers are really big right now. How about some templates for us to make them with our digi papers?

SkrapperDigitals 05-24-2010 04:55 PM

Re: Hybrid what?
 
oohhh what great ideas! i'm loving the paper flowers idea!

[email protected] 05-26-2010 11:03 PM

Re: Hybrid what?
 
Apparently I was doing hybrid and did not even know it! I do the calendar thing as Christmas gifts. I have also made tote bags that have photo slots. On the tote bag I had all the daycare kids copy their hands with a sharpie and write their names. I then did the photos using digital scrap booking. Made them for the grandma's too.

crftymthr 05-28-2010 03:21 PM

Re: Hybrid what?
 
When I entered the digital world back in 2005 I was asked to teach computer craft classes in the chat room of a popular site. The first chat I hosted...ever...had 98 show up. I wanted to run or cry, but I stayed and we had so much fun.

Some of the favorites back then were:
Paper purses (girls) or wallets (boys)-gift card holders

Recipe boxes to hold recipe cards. Would work well with Maurine's challenge.

Wrappers for many items such as Microwave Popcorn, Hershey bars, Life Savers,Gallon Paint Cans, Tea Bags, Suckers, etc.

Brown Bag Albums

Gift bag sets: decorate the front of a purchased gift bag and make a matching card

I think the fun part is trying to find ways to use all our beautiful digital kits not only for scrapping but for gift items, too.

I read a lot, but don't take part in anything anymore, but this caught my eye.

It will be fun to see what you come up with.

Hope my suggestions helped a little.
Carole N.


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