Do you want to know how to make a card using all those amazingly fabulous digi kits (of which you can also find for free - everyday over here).
One of my favourite designers for little bits that you make for hybrid cardmaking is by Kate Hadfield.
And there are many many more besides.
I made this card below using various digi elements and you can download it here to print and try for yourself (it will fit the front of a 15x15cm card). The trick to hybrid cardmaking is trying to make it as life like as possible and with my course you will be able to achieve realistic looks - plus you will make cardmaking a glue free zone! Obviously you will want to add your own real card making supplies and flourishes to your card (who doesn't love the smell of paper and the rugged feel of a brad?)
If you are interested in doing an online cardmaking workshop in conjunction with Photoshop and Elements, please make your enquiries on this link HERE. The course will start 1st June and run for 4 weeks (4 seperate lessons in bite sized, managable chunks). At the end of which, the course will be available as a full download. So you can either learn weekly (with a forum open for advice) or just download the chunka-malunka in one in July. The course will cost £20 which will include kits to work with, links to the best card kits online plus many other tips and tricks to make your hybrid cards something of a sensation.
And as I have been in a making mood today I thoughts I'd give you these. I love these mini stickers for scrapbooking so I thought I'd replicate into a digi version. I used them on the card above - look ^.
They come on one big sticker sheet - the best way to use them is use your rectangle marquee tool to capture individual letters and then using your move tool, slide onto your layout. You can get them HERE