Digital Scrapbooking Tutorials
Let me show you some of my favorite digital scrapbooking, digital art journaling and Photoshop and Photoshop Elements techniques. I’ve also got some hybrid tutorials for you, along with some social media tips!
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Otherwise uninteresting photos can gain new life by changing them to black and white and then selectively re-coloring some areas.
Turn your photo into a stamped silhouette! This is a great way to use those less-than-perfect, but still meaningful photos!
This tutorial shows you how to use paint or gesso elements in a kit as a mask for your photos
This tutorial shows how to quickly make digital background papers using transparent overlays. It’s meant to be an overview, not a step-by-step tutorial.
Vicki Robinson Designs shows you how to create custom lists of friends and pages within Facebook, so you can quickly the posts you care about
Digital Art Journaling was not in the mainstream of the digital scrapbooking world. How does it fit in?
What does “out-of-bounds” mean in terms of art journaling – and what does it have to do with Photoshop?
Mixing digital products on your page can seem a daunting proposition. After all, designer kits are...
Photoshop – Using the “snapshot” feature of History Panel can save you time as you work your pages.
Adding a Digital Paper Clip to your page is super easy. Making it look realistic is also easy and, in my Photoshop Elements tutorial, I show you how.
Stenciling is one of my very, very favorite mixed media techniques because it is so simple! Lay the stencil down, use your choice of spray inks or paints on top, remove the stencil and voila! In just a few seconds, you’ve created a lovely background – or even focal element – for your artwork
Are you considering jumping on the planner train? It’s being talked about everywhere! Since I’m a digi girl and keep my schedule, tasks, lists, design ideas, etc. on my believed i-devices, I’m still on the fence … although I did buy an Avery mini-binder to play with … so I’ll see where that takes me.