One of the things that I love about scrapbooking or creating digital art is that it is so easy to take your scrapbook pages and use them in different ways. Recently I created some memory boards for my children.
My son has been going through our Disneyworld album from a couple of years ago a lot lately. I think he is going through withdrawal and trying to make a point. I am picking up on his point loud and clear. In the mean time, I decided to make him a memory board for his room with his favorite photos. I bought a bunch of canvases at Michaels. They were 50% off and I couldn't believe how inexpensive they were. The ones that I bought were white (they had black ones but they were not on sale). I spray painted them black. I took the cover image from our Disneyworld Album, made a few adjustments, and had it printed out. I used Modge Podge to adhere it to the canvas. Then I took some ribbon and wrapped it around the bottom of the canvas. I then stuck my son's favorite photos in the bottom and it worked great. He loves having this in his room.
I also created a similar canvas for my daughter Ellie. I had created this image with photos from her first sleepover. I printed the image out and adhered it to a 12 x 12 canvas that I had also painted black. I had a little easel in the basement that worked perfectly for this canvas. She has it sitting on her desk.
I love getting the most out of the images that I create. I enjoy having them displayed around our home, I like using them for cards as well as coffee tumblers. I think scrapbookers often get used to just tucking them in the album. Try to figure out what other ways you can display your work. I know others would like to enjoy your images as well.