What a great question! Hybrid pages are definitely a thing that many people do. You can create the digital pages, print them out, and then add embellishments. Another thing I've done is to make smaller paper scrapbooks. I have many, many large 12" x 12" books, which were the gold standard for scrapbooking when I was heavily involved in doing paper scrapbooking. However, I do find those books rather heavy and I'm not sure my digitally inclined children are really going to want to haul those around forever. Moreover, I did get a little bored doing them because it was hard to do something new. So now I tend to make smaller books as gifts for special occasions. I like to make my own books and be creative. I've made paper bag scrapbooks, License plate scrapbooks, envelope scrapbooks, matchbook scrapbooks, fan-folded books, and many others. You can find lots of instructions for these and I have some on my site. More recently, I've started making all of my own cards using my scrapbooking materials. I also make my own envelopes. You can buy templates, but it is also easy to just open up an envelope that fits your card and trace around it. Then you can decorate the envelope to match the card. It is a fun project and a way to make a very personal gift!