A few weeks ago I posted step-by-step tutorials for creating simple digital cutouts. I had several requests for videos showing how to do this. So CT member Amber helped me out with a short video demonstrating the destructive & nondestructive methods. And if you’re using an
Do you remember the 12 Simple Ideas for Scrapbooking with Simple Templates article from a few months ago? This week I received an email with a question about idea #11, using one photo for multiple photo spots. We discussed two different ways to achieve this in back-&-forth emails
Last week I shared a quick step-by-step that illustrated how to analyze a journal card and mimic its design so you can create your own and have a cohesive page. Here’s the corresponding video tutorial for those of you that like more details. )
Ever wonder how to create simple cut-outs or “punches” on your digital scrapbook pages? It’s super easy! Especially when you use elements from scrapbook kits. Let’s take a look at how to cut out a simple heart shape from a block of paper using a heart element f
Have you ever added a drop shadow to vellum and thought, “Hmm, that’s a bit dark & not very pretty”? Like in this image (vellum & paper from Winter Wishes). I added my typical “small” shadow to the vellum leaves, but it’s a bit dark for my
I am a memory keeper and storyteller, as well as an independent consultant for Usborne Books & More. I also love reading & writing, & I dabble in a bit of flower gardening. I love to share all parts of my life here on the blog, including my two wonderful kiddos, so you'll find a lot about scrapbooking mixed in with books and autism and motherhood and parenting.