Digiscrapping on your iPhone.
Scrapbook-making is not for everyone. I gave up on paper scrapbooks a long time ago. Things got busier so I switched to digital using Photoshop. I was able to make a couple of photo books out of them. But schedules got more hectic, so now, I resorted to creating my layouts on the iPhone, and posting it on Instagram.
So I’m sharing how to digiscrap photos on your iPhone using free apps. I like to keep them clean, hence, the white background. But of course, you may experiment on the background when creating layout on your iPhone or iPod/iPad.
First off, the tools.
For filters or effects, I use the following:
1. Instagram – I turn off the 3G and wifi so the photo won’t be really posted (failed), but photo will still be saved on your album.
2. LemeLeme and Leme Cam
For photo editing, including texts, I use the following:
1. PhotoEditor (I used to have SnapSeed on the iPad, I got it when it was free, but when I synced it with my iPhone, it was gone.)
4. Tweegram (has some nicebackgrounds for your texts)
5. Textgram (has some nicebackgrounds for your texts)
For frames, I use the following:
1. Frametastic (My current fave because I like rounded corners. They also have filters.)
2. Pic Stitch
3. PhotoComic (I used to have HalfTone which I also got when it was free, also gone when iPad was sync with iPhone. Tsk.)
6. FrameMagic (I’ve just downloaded this. Looks promising.)
1. Labelbox (labels including dymo tapes)
2. LabelDispenser (dymo tapes, has black, red and blue; text color of which you can customize. nice!)
3. Snapeee (very cute stickers, and if you’re into printed frames, nice too.)
4. LINE camera
5. Smile Photo
1. Red Stamp – is an app to create invitations, they have nice patterns.
I’ve prepared a visual tutorial.
There! I hope I’ve given you enough tips for you to get started. Please come back if you have tips on your own and share it to me.
After some practice, I decided to re-scrap this page (still using iphone) for printing purposes.