Wondering where everyone gets all their digital scrapbooking items besides here?
I can't remember the last time I bought a patterned paper. I do buy white card stock a lot and print my own images either from what I've gotten here or have created using the tons of free patterns and styles available for Photoshop. And other solid colored card stock I primarily get at my local Hobby Lobby when it's 50% off.
I have been loving blog trains! The participants make some awesome stuff and even just downloading a few, you can end up with a large coordinating collection. Specifically papers, some participants just make a paper pack if you don't want to waste bandwidth downloading elements and alphas. This month there were Orient Express and Bright Days Ahead, both of which Marisa participated in, but follow along and there is tons of stuff. Great way to find designers you like, too!
If I need something I don't already have, I make it myself, usually. I follow my favorite designers either on FB or in my feed reader, and if something grabs my eye, I get it there. Otherwise, I don't buy much anymore.
I follow Quality DigiScrap Freebies on Facebook and get a lot of stuff via there.
JessicaSprague One Buck Wednesday. And her Echo Park sales. I'm a sucker for a matching boy themed kit, and have come to the conclusion I actually like Echo Park.
Also, I'm trying out the Daily Digi for a few months. I fell in like with Splendid Fiins over at JS and so I decided to take a chance on Daily Digi to discover others that I might like. I'm at the beginning, and since I have limited time, I like to have things that match pretty easily. Ironically, it's the complete opposite that I did as a paper scrapper.