The free BPC Scrapbooking With A Digital Template class (which, unfortunately, is no longer available) had several digi elements available for download: three page templates, four papers, and three embellishments. I've worked with digital templates quite a few times over the past few years, however I did learn a couple of new-to-me techniques during my review of this self-paced class. I learned how to line up title letters with the grid & snap feature and how to add drop shadows.
I used two of the templates from this class for my two-page layout about the Oscar de la Renta Five Decades of Style exhibit. I used the other template and a couple of the papers for the layout below showcasing a few of the photos from our Ohio trip this summer. I had the title letters in my stash and used the snap-to-grid feature to line them up; I even figured out how to change the color of the letters so they match my patterned paper!
I started with one of the digital templates from the BPC Sketch Solutions workshop for this next layout. I actually modified the template a little (a first for me) by adjusting the size of the photos and moving the elements lower on the page. Then I finished up by adding a couple of borders.
I'll definitely be using more of the digital templates in my stash in the coming months as I continue to scrap more current photos this year. How's your 2014 scrapping coming along?