Tag Archives: Ginny Whitcomb

  • Designer Spotlight – Ginny Whitcomb

    Designer Spotlight – Ginny Whitcomb

    Everyone loves to peek behind the artistic mask of our designers — so come along and get to know our designers better as we feature one each month in our Designer Spotlight. This month, we’re turning the spotlight on Ginny Whitcomb, one of our busiest designers since 2012. She picked out 10 of her favorite […]

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  • Scrap Girls ScrapSimple Club Exclusive: Simply Vintage

    Scrap Girls ScrapSimple Club Exclusive: Simply Vintage

    From the creative hands of veteran designer Ginny Whitcomb comes a club that will be perfect for everything you could imagine creating in digital scrapbooking: “This club definitely works great with any type of heritage/vintage scrapbooking layout. But I can also see it being used for card making, art journals, mixed media designs, ATCs, and […]

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  • Scrap Girls Club Exclusive: Swap Meet

    Scrap Girls Club Exclusive: Swap Meet

    From the combined creative genius of Ginny Whitcomb and Cindy Rohrbough comes a collection that will find its place on your heritage pages, your rustic pages, and your country/whimsical pages. Check out Swap Meet — our August Scrap Girls Club that brings to mind precious memories of vintage treasures from days gone by! Layout by Vikki […]

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  • Scrap Girls SS Club Exclusive: Pep Talk

    Scrap Girls SS Club Exclusive: Pep Talk

    Designer Ginny Whitcomb brings us Pep Talk, her latest ScrapSimple Club that art journal fans will love. Plus, this kit is “something that could be used for everyday scrapbooking projects, any time of year. This month’s club is all about being positive and I believe we all need to give ourselves a little pep talk […]

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  • Scrap Girls SS Club Exclusive: Just a Little Love

    Scrap Girls SS Club Exclusive: Just a Little Love

    Our ScrapSimple Club designers wanted to give you more than just a “lovey-dovey” kit of hearts and flowers, so they used Valentine’s Day as a “jumping-off point.” We think you’ll go head-over-heels for the goodies Ginny Whitcomb and Jennifer Ziegler created in their club, Just a Little Love. “We took icons like hearts and flowers and made […]

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  • Three Easy Steps to Lighten Digital Papers

    Three Easy Steps to Lighten Digital Papers

    Do Patterned papers sometimes overwhelm your layouts? We share three tips to lighten and create a more subtle background.

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  • Scrap Girls SS Club Exclusive: Touch of Modern

    Scrap Girls SS Club Exclusive: Touch of Modern

    When Ginny Whitcomb and Angie Briggs began to collaborate on this month’s ScrapSimple Club, they wanted to design a club that would work with just about any kind of layout! Angie explains, “We found that the color scheme you choose will be what determines the ‘feel’ of the finished layout. If you choose a more pastel/vintage […]

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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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  • A Quick Way to Age a Photo

    A Quick Way to Age a Photo

    Ginny Whitcomb’s Family Ties Collection is rich with everything a scrapper needs for making memory pages. It provides charming designs, colors, and antique-looking elements — everything needed to finally make those family heritage pages we’ve been wanting to put together. However, while you are gathering and scanning those precious old family photos, you can enjoy Family […]

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  • A Closer Look at Selection Tools in PSE: Magic Wand Tools

    A Closer Look at Selection Tools in PSE: Magic Wand Tools

    In this tutorial, we will be looking at some of my favorite Selection tools – the Magic Wand tools. These three handy selection tools are located directly below the Rectangular Marquee Tool on a default version of Photoshop Elements. The magic wand tool is located In the “Select” menu, and embedded under the Magic Wand […]

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