Friday, July 1, 2011

Catching up with Webster's Pages

Once a week I spend the day playing catch up, adding the finishing touches to any projects not quite yet done, taking photos and browsing the net for inspiration, and as always, looking for free patterns and interesting tutorials. To stick to my commitment to posting daily, I'll share with you something that I thought was a fabulous find.

I love digital papercrafting! The range is enormous, far surpassing any range of products a walk in store could be expected to stock. There are no closing hours on webstores, so you can shop 24 hours a day. Delivery is instant, no waiting all week for the postman to deliver your goodies. My favourite part though, is the supply is endless. Once you have purchased the design you can print print print to your heart's content. No more being afraid that you are going to make a mistake and waste your precious sheet of paper.

It does have it's limitations though, and one of them is often quality. Not printed quality, that is under my control, but design quality. Anyone who can stumble around a graphics programme can create a piece of 'paper', and when you are new it can take a while to sort the chaff from the wheat.

I have often bemoaned the fact that manufacturers like Graphic45 don't offer a digital product. Well Webster's Pages do! A full range too, not just papers but postcards, journalling pages, photoshop brushes, digital alphabets and more. Finally a company that is fully invested in providing quality paper products for walk in stores, is offering a digital alternative to us techies!

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