If you love scrapbooking and junk journaling, then you have probably acquired quite a bit of beautiful papers and elements. Some may be physical purchases from brand names such as Graphic45 , BoBunny Tim Holtz The Paperstash, Stamperia, and many others. You may have also purchased digital downloads from etsy,or other websites. Many digital files areContinue reading “Digital File Storage”
It is very important to identify when images are out of gamut before completing digital scrapbook projects. Why? The answer is simple. But first you must understand what a gamut is. A gamut is the color range or scope of colors that monitor systems display and printer structures print. If an image is out ofContinue reading “Digital Scrap-booking: Quality Tips – Checking Gamut in Adobe Photoshop”
Do you enjoy making digital layouts to house your photos and elements from special memories? I do. I get the same satisfaction of developing something unique and personal to have for future viewing with digital scrapbooking as I do with hybrid creations. Also, with digital scrapbooking, you can print out your designs without the mess toContinue reading “Digital Scrapbook Layouts”
When creating a craft project such as a card, tag, scrapbook, junk journal, or some other type of mixed media art, where do you all gather your decorative elements? Do you fussy cut out your shapes and sentiments or do you die cut them out using special machines such as the Sizzix BigShot, Cricut Maker,Continue reading “Decorative Die Cut Junk Journal Elements”
Adobe Photoshop Applications come with multiple preset patterns that are fun to use but only cater to a select number of themes. They are great to have when designing scrapbook pages, layouts, templates, and many other projects. It may seem as though the pre-installed patterns only give you few options to build with. However, theContinue reading “Creating Your Own Patterns in Photoshop CC: Using an Open PNG File”
Get more freebies weekly! Please enjoy this latest six piece 8.5″ x 11″ paper kit. The papers have a “nostalgic era” feel to them. Bring the past back to life. Use this paper pack with journals, scrapbooks, collages, tags, mats, and multiple types of mixed media projects. Click to download.
For all the do-it-yourself (diy) paper crafters out there, which type of papers do you use when making your junk journals? Do you use mainstream brands such as Graphic 45, Bo Bunny, My Mind’s Eye, and Tim Holtz Paperstash, or do you purchase digital designs from online vendors, such as multimediacraftsdigi.etsy.com? I like to useContinue reading “Junk Journal Paper”
Styles are great and convenient assets used to reproduce a particular look on various elements. Today I am going to demonstrate how I created a simple distressed, overlay style in Adobe Photoshop. I’m using a Windows PC. The software version I’m using is Photoshop CC 2019. With a document open and a layer selected goContinue reading “Creating a Distressed, Framed Style”