Tag Archives: journaling
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 […]
Fine Tuning Justified Text in Photoshop
Justification works by adjusting the spaces between the words in each line to make all the lines the same length.
3 Fun Ways to Use Highlights & Scribbles
Find out 3 fun ways to use digital highlights and scribbles on your layouts and cards!
Journaling Placement on Scrapbook Pages
We talk a lot about where to put our photos and digital scrapbook elements on our layouts to provide balance, focus, and visual interest. But today, I want us to think about where to place that often-overlooked workhorse that really tells the story – our journaling blocks.
Five Tips for Creative Journaling
If you neglect to jot down notes during your adventures, you may have difficulty recalling the details to include with the photographs when you finally sit down to scrap them. So here are my creative journaling tips for you to put into practice.
Tips for Easier Journaling
For many of us, journaling is one of the most difficult parts of putting a digital scrapbooking page together, yet it’s one of the most important parts of the digital scrapbooking layout. It lets others know why you made the page. I’d like to share some tips that will address the most common problems of journaling
Journaling Your Real Life
I tend to adopt a conversational tone with my journaling. Grammar is important to me, but I sometimes write in incomplete sentences and thoughts, depending on the topic of the layout.
Journaling Inside a Shape
Take your journaling outside the box by typing your text inside a Custom Shape or in the negative space of your layout. This tutorial will show how to create text within a shape using the Polygonal Lasso tool.
The Art of Storytelling
As scrapbookers, we work hard to combine photos, elements and papers to make lovely, artistic pages. However, sometimes we forget to showcase another type of art – the art of storytelling. It has been said a picture is worth a thousand words, but I think those pictures still need a few words added in order to be […]
Making Your Digital Scrapbooking Pages More Meaningful
My main goal in creating layouts is to preserve memories for my family. In my mind the most important thing is to make meaningful scrapbooking pages. I have never been “caught up” in my layouts, trying to make sure they look perfectly beautiful. It more about memory keeping and making sure that my pages really […]