Tag Archives: Angie Briggs
Unleash Your Creativity with Blending Modes
Get more use out of this month’s club papers by mixing them together using Photoshop’s Blending modes.
Using Levels to Enhance Photos
As digital scrappers, we always want our photos to look their best. There are several edits you might be doing on a routine basis, such as cropping or removing red eye. After that, however, one of the easiest and quickest ways to correct problems and to enhance photos is by using Levels adjustments in Photoshop. […]
The Basics of Clustering Digital Embellishments
Embellishment clusters can be a little intimidating. Knowing a few tips can make them so much easier to arrange.
First, remember that placement is key. Think about what you want to accomplish with a cluster. This will help you know where to start putting embellishments.
Getting Started in Photoshop Elements
A few days ago, one of my friends confided that she wanted to learn to digital scrapbook, but she wasn’t sure where to start. She had Photoshop Elements, and she had read a lot of tutorials; she had a file of pictures she wanted to scrap, but she still felt overwhelmed. I thought a basic […]
A Closer Look at Selection Tools in PSE: The Marquee Tool
In this tutorial we are going to look at the Marquee tool to discover what it does and when to use it. Let’s start by looking at where the Selection Tools are found. In PSE they are found under the heading ‘Select’ on the left hand side menu. My screenshot shows the Move Tool, the […]
Learning to Love the Polygonal Lasso Tool – Part 2
Are you ready for some Polygonal Lasso Tool creativity? We’ll start by making some confetti. Open some colorful background paper from a digital scrapbooking kit or collection. I’m using papers from the fabulous Falling For You Collection Biggie by Angie Briggs. Choose the papers you want to use and open the first one, then drag all the […]
Scrap Girls Club Exclusive: Capturing Memories
This month’s club – Capturing Memories will help you document your 2016 memories in beautiful style.
Heritage Layouts using Large Patterns
Using large patterned papers on heritage layouts.
Using One Photo with Multiple Frames
Frames are a great way to highlight photos on a layout and help them to stand out from the background and embellishments. After all, the photos are the reason most of us are scrapbooking, so we really want them to be the star of our pages.
Scrap Girls SS Club Exclusive: Blendology
Be inspired by the January 2016 ScrapSimple Club – Blendology!