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  • Scrap Girls Project Life: Set Yourself Up for Success

    Scrap Girls Project Life: Set Yourself Up for Success

    There are many different ways to create Project Life-styled albums to document your year. You can take daily photos, scrap weekly layouts, monthly layouts, or do whatever works best for you! Whichever way you choose, it works for our year-long Project Life Challenge. You can find the details for our 2016 challenge and associated prizes […]

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  • Getting to Know the Layers Panel in PSE

    Getting to Know the Layers Panel in PSE

    Whether you are new to Photoshop Elements or have been using it for years, it’s always interesting to explore a bit and see the various menu options that are available. Today, let’s explore the Layers panel (or Layers palette). Keep in mind that in other versions of Photoshop Elements, the icons might be placed a […]

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  • Super-Size Your Title!

    Super-Size Your Title!

    I have to be honest: I’ve been in a rut when it comes to my scrapbooking lately. Life is so busy that I haven’t been tapping into my creativity at all, and all of my pages are starting to look the same. That’s why I was so excited to be given the challenge to create […]

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  • Oh-So-Easy Cut-Out Accents

    Oh-So-Easy Cut-Out Accents

    Angie Briggs reviews some of our popular cut-out products that give the illusion of letters and more punched out of paper!

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  • Family Reunion

    Family Reunion

    I attending my Family Reunion this summer and came away with a lot of photos that I wanted to get down on the page quickly. I figured using templates was the quickest way to make a photo-full family reunion layout fast. What’s not to love about a fun mixture of graphic, geometric, and lush floral […]

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  • Wonderful Word Art

    Wonderful Word Art

    It’s no secret that I love word art. Elisha Barnett’s Simple Joys Collection has wonderful cursive script word art that is so pretty and useful. One of the reasons I love word art so much is its versatility. Let me share with you three fun word art ideas to personalize your page and make your […]

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  • Using the History Panel in Photoshop

    Using the History Panel in Photoshop

    One advantage of digital scrapbooking is having the ability to quickly fix mistakes and undo changes. While I often use Ctrl+Z for this, I use the history panel even more. If you aren’t familiar with the history panel, you can make it visible by choosing Window > History. The history panel saves the last 20 […]

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  • The Power of Thirds

    The Power of Thirds

    Early in my scrapbooking, I ran across a simple idea that helped me to quickly improve my photo cropping and picture taking – the principle of thirds. I found out the eye likes to see the subject of a photo or layout one-third of the way from two edges.

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  • Showcase Your Creativity with Mixbook

    Showcase Your Creativity with Mixbook

    What do you do with your beautiful digital scrapbook layouts? Are they hiding on your hard drive, just hoping to see the light of day? We will show you how to bring your creativity to light by creating a photo book in Mixbook.

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  • Scrap Girls Club Exclusive: Simplify

    Scrap Girls Club Exclusive: Simplify

    If you’re ready for a change of pace that comes with the change of seasons, then Angie Briggs has created a collection to put your memories in the perfect setting with her Simplify Collection. Angie captured fall in the gentlest way by focusing on its softer colors, while still echoing the season with dried florals and botanic treasures.  Fun Fact: We […]

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