Pompano Beach, Florida (PressExposure) June 27, 2009 -- Digital photography is modernizing how people create scrapbooks, adding a new multimedia dimension and global sharing capabilities. The Balancing Act TV show on Lifetime Television features Kathy Peterson, field correspondent and arts and crafts expert, who talks about a new website, http://www.scrapblog.com, that helps you creatively preserve memories. The segment aired in May and can be viewed at [http://www.thebalancingact.com/scrapblog].
âUnlike old-style scrapbooks, with Scrapblog.com you can add music, stickers and video; edit photos and easily drop and drag all your creative elements onto the pages with just a few clicks of the mouse,â says Kathy. âAnd you can share your creations with friends and family worldwide via email or web postings, so you are no longer limited by proximity.â
âIf youâre looking for a creative and unique gift for someone, how about a free printed card â set up like a mini-scrapbook?â she adds. âItâs as simple as creating a traditional scrapbook â but with thousands of elements to choose from. You might even recognize some famous artists and scrapbooking designers on the website, too,â she says.
Just log on, select a theme or start with a blank card, Peterson explains. âThen customize and personalize it. Add your own photos, captions, and more. Theyâll print it and send it to that special personâs doorstep. You donât have to register or purchase any software.â
âOnce youâve created your digital cards and scrapbooks, you can also publish them online â and invite other Scrapblog users to comment. Itâs a great way to network with people around the world and share creative ideas.â
âDigital photography has definitely revolutionized the process of taking and keeping pictures,â says Doug Campbell, Executive Vice President of Programming, BrandStar Entertainment, the producers of The Balancing Act TV show. âAnd with this added element, we now have a new way to make preserving memories even more special.â
For information, tutorials, and to view their show âGet Craftyâ visit http://www.scrapblog.com.