I downloaded a ton of free digital scrapbooking kits from Shabby Princess--each one has a theme, and has alphabet, patterned paper, embellishments, etc., and you can insert them as images into your graphic design program. They're a lot of megs each, but after I download each one, I tend to go through them and delete out the stuff I won't ever use. I have yet to print this page out, mind you, so I don't exactly know how awesome it will look, but I will still have to include some actual elements on my page, since I make my books at 12x12, and this digital page, like my printer, is 8.5x11 (when my Epson craps out, I'm going to spend all my money on a wide-format printer like .
So far digital scrapbooking seems pretty nice, though. I'm pleased with the lack of actual stuff it involves, since to me that implies less consumerism, and I often like to make duplicates of pages, for instance if I make a page for one of the girls that includes a good friend or a teacher, and this would help with that. I don't know, though...is it too cute? I don't really approve of cute.