I am currently working on a couple different digital book projects. This coming weekend I am looking forward to a day out to work on my own pages and give a little digital tutoring (smiles!).
In response to a recent question from a friend, here are 3 of my favorite sources for digital papers, embellishments, and tips:
Kevin and Amanda are quick the creative pair. Last fall I won one of their complete digital kits and I am using it to make a book for Gabe. They have also put together many handwriting fonts which I enjoy collecting in my Storybook Creator software. Occassionally they offer digital freebies.
A little known secret (although it shouldn't be a secret) is that Creative Memories has a project center. Each day they share a unique digital freebie in a blog-type formatted site. The project center also has many ideas for layouts, but the freebie site is my favorite. Many times the embellisments created by the design team are fun accents to kits I already have in my program. My only complaint with this site is that it isn't very easy to serach when you are looking for a specific theme or holiday png.
Erica, who is one of the talented feature writers on ABC, is a digital designer. She has made many fun papers and embellishments, which she offers as downloads for VERY reasonable prices.
Whether you are a seasoned digi-scrapper, or just getting started, I hope one of these links will be a useful resource for your creative projects!