I prefer working with paper and real stuff. I teach computer programming and spend a lot of my time on the computer writing demo programs for my students and solving logic problems. I need to take a break away from the computer to work with my hands. It's a balance between right-brain and left-brain activities.
A digital page is too flat. I like to touch and feel the texture and dimension of actual paper and embellishments. I also make greeting cards and don't feel a flat digital card has the same oomph as one that was hand-made. I could spend several days making a card, and it's one that the recipient will want to keep. A card with a lot of texture and dimension can also be appreciated by a blind person.