Hi! Are any of you taking Tiffany Tillman’s Guide to Digital Blending class? I am and I have to tell you, it’s great! I’m definitely learning a lot. The class is making me think about trying some new tricks when I’m creating my scrapbook pages. It also reminded me of a fun technique that I’ve used myself and that I see used by others.
Wendy’s Clean and Simple style is perfect for creating cards, and her Mod Cards class is full of inspiration and fabulous Mod holiday cards. After creating my first Mod Card, I wanted to incorporate several of the included papers/elements onto a C&S holiday layout featuring my two boys.
Featured is a little sneak peek of a layout from Kelly Sill’s Empty Nest Scrapbooking class. Notice those photos? Those go back into the 1980’s. Nope, I didn’t have a digital camera back then. But based on the luck I had with snapping some photos of a few old family slides, I applied a similar concept to my old photos.
Hello everyone! Judie here to talk to you about two of my favorite things about digital creation – blending and adding dimension. While these techniques may seem mutually exclusive (one is flat and graphic, while the other is dimensional and realistic), they each bring out the best design attributes in the other when you combine them together.
If you’re like me, you like to create personalized Holiday cards to send out to family and friends. There’s just something so special about receiving one of these myself, that makes me want to create my own. Where do you start? Luckily, there are classes like Wendy Bretz’s Holiday ModCards to guide us through the creation of those cards. (Isn’t she the best?)
Hi again. I’m here with an installment for you empty nesters (or soon to be empty nesters, or even those of you that just wonder what you can scrap about other than your life with your kids). I sure hope that you’ll join me in Kelly Sill’s Empty Nest Scrapbooking workshop where we can explore more ideas and trade tips for identifying those non-kid related memories that we may want to preserve. This week we are focusing on gathering old photos and a bit of research into the eras of our past.
So, you’ve signed up for Tiffany’s free Keeping It Real Workshop? What, not yet? Or yes, but I haven’t watched the videos yet? Well, what are you waiting for?
I have been a digital scrapper for five years now. I have definitely seen my skills improve and my layouts have improved right along with them. As I was working through the final bonus lesson for Keeping it Real, I realized that a big reason for the improvement is that I started looking at them and asking myself, if this was paper, what would it look like? And then I started tweaking and experimenting with my shadows.
Whether you are a new digi scrapper taking classes like Sans Paper Scissors or a seasoned scrapper enrolled in The Art of Journaling, one thing everyone can benefit from is learning to use Shortcut Keys. It seems trivial, but not having to move your mouse off of your canvas to go all the way over to the tool bar is a real time saver. So, here, I’d like to share a few of my favorite shortcuts.
Hi everyone! It’s Kat, one of the Scrapaneer Peers. Some of you may know me from a few digi sites – and now I’m thrilled to be here, too, to share some thoughts on the Keeping It Real class by Tiffany Tillman.
So, here’s the deal: I have more than 10 years of digital scrapping under my belt, but I’m always looking to learn new techniques (I’m a bit geeky like that, I’ll admit). I looked at the class information for Keeping It Real and thought to myself, “Paper tearing, curling …”, those would be pretty cool to add to my pages. I’m a big fan of making my pages as realistic as possible. I continue to improve my shadowing skills, but adding those more paper-like elements would just take things to the next level. Bonuses aside (like watching Tiffany work through her own layout, the downloadable PDF files to refer to whenever I wanted them, or the kit from Creashens), the class was free by signing up for the Scrapaneers newsletter. Pretty much a no-brainer – I signed up and jumped in!
Hello everyone! Judie here, and so excited to bring you my first post as a Scrapaneers Peer. Have you had a chance to check out Tiffany Tillman’s Keeping it Real class yet? It is filled with amazing tips and techniques for creating realistic looking digital pages. You will also get an amazing kit designed by Creashens which you can use to practice all the awesome techniques.
Hi! I’m Amanda, one of the Peers at Scrapaneers, and I’m here hanging out to talk a little about Sans Paper Scissors with Aria Andrus. Whether you’re just starting out or you’ve been doing digital scrapbooking for a while, this class is definitely one to look into. There are tips that will help you with Quick Pages, Templates, pages from scratch, and more! There are so many different things in the tutorials and videos that I wish I would have known when I first started digital scrapbooking.
Good morning! Erin Taylor here with a fun layout inspired by Amanda Taylor’s The Art of Journaling class. I definitely consider myself a “clean and simple” scrapbooker. I like clean lines and white space, so the idea of creating curved journaling lines initially gave me hives! But after spending the evening playing around with the pen tool + Photoshop, I was much more comfortable with the tool, and the idea of creating some wavy journaling lines.