I am not a scrapbooker. Don't get me wrong, I wish I could do it. I just don't have the time, the money, or the ability to envision the 4 different patterns of papers with the perfect photos, and the accompanying doodads all coming together to make that great looking page. I know what a great page looks like, I'm just not good at making it with paper and scissors.
The only way I can claim to know anything about scrapbooking is because I have an obligation to make at least 2 scrapbook pages a year for my in-law's scrapbook at Christmas. I love the idea of doing it, and the in-laws love it, but after making only 6 pages by hand, I've been on the lookout for simplifying the process.
HowFastTheyGrow.com has by far the cutest templates I've seen on digital scrapbook pages. They use designs from Boatman Geller and a designer from Pottery Barn Kids, among others. So it's cute, and it's easy! They claim to be the "home of the 7 minute scrapbook page," and it really does take that long once you get the hang of it.
The printed page quality is Kodak processing, and I was impressed with the quality. Each page is $7.50, so the quality is reflective in the price. Shipping was around $9 because the packaging is fantastic, so I highly recommend joining (for free) and waiting for a great free shipping or other discount offer. Also check out their free digital scrapbook sharing!
So if you're looking for a creative (but not like the singing reindeer socks kind of creative) gift for grandma and grandpa this year, consider getting the siblings together to each give 2 pages that summarize a year of growth in each family. Whether you make your page with scissors or by computer, it's a gift everyone in the family will enjoy far beyond Christmas.