Last time we had our regular Artsy Scrapping Articles, I talked about 5 tools that are essentials for Artsy Scrapping. You can check out the article HERE. Today, I thought it would be helpful to talk about similar things we already have in our stash that could take our Artsy creations even further.
Hi digi friends! Today I wanted to share with you a quick “How’d She Do That?” post. I created this page early last year and was reminded of it recently when I opened up one of my 2013 family albums that I just got back from the printer (Blurb). I snapped this photo of my daughter early in January 2013 so, since I like my books in complete chronological order, the page is front and center on page 3 of the book. Seeing it again reminded me how much I loved the look of this simple page.
Happy (almost) New Year, everyone! Judie here to bring you a quick stash building, paper altering tutorial. Have you ever been working on a page and realized that you just couldn’t find the right background paper? All the papers in the kit are beautiful, but you can’t find the one that will make your page look “perfect.” I see lots of hands raised out there – if yours is one of them, then this is the perfect tutorial for you. Those of you who have been taking Tiffany’s Guide to Blending Class have learned some amazing techniques for blending photos – but did you know that those same techniques can be used to create new papers with a digital kit? You may have even used some version of this technique before without thinking about it.
I have always been a fan of making my scrapbook pages look more realistic. After taking Tiffany Tillman‘s Keeping it Real class, my desire to broaden my horizons in this area has grown. I am constantly tweaking my pages now with shadows and blending to hopefully accomplish this. While I have a long way to go, I am starting to pick up a few tricks to help me along my way.
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.