One of my favorite styles of journaling on a scrapbook page is to compare “now” to “then”. This is especially easy to do if you have photographs of your subject(s) taken at different times. Let me share a few “Now & Then” journaling style layouts to inspire you.
The art of Scrapbooking (whether it is Paper or Digital) is for purposes of memory keeping and documenting / journaling events. We often use journaling, photographs, memorabilia, ephemera, printed media and artwork to tell the story.
When we are documenting, sometimes it is in the form of a single line of journaling, a paragraph or a whole page. To document our pages digitally, we often search out typewriter fonts or fonts that may resemble our own handwriting. Today I am going to show you a quick way to include your own handwriting on your scrapbook pages.
Hi all! Janelle here today to teach you a nifty little trick to make sure your journaling is never hidden by an element again! Have you ever wondered how people make their journaling fit into that awkward space after their flowers and leaves and everything else have been placed? Well wonder no more! I am going to teach you how to create custom text boxes in Photoshop to fit your journaling into any space!