Tag Archives: photo masks

  • A Little Photo Mask Magic

    A Little Photo Mask Magic

    Just like with any hobby, words and jargon might not make a lot of sense to new scrapbookers. “Mask” is one of these words. To the rest of the world, a mask is something you wear with a costume. Or to rob a bank. Or maybe it’s a type of tape you use to cover […]

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  • Fun With Photo Masks

    Fun With Photo Masks

    Designer Angie Briggs started the New Year off for us with her delightful ScrapSimple Club: Capturing Moments — full of amazing products perfect for any type of photo. Although I’m familiar with all of the products in this club, I discovered that by going beyond my usual layering and clipping, I could achieve some fabulous […]

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  • Warm & Cozy Word Tags for Fall

    Warm & Cozy Word Tags for Fall

    Melissa Renfro’s Embellishment Templates: Warm and Cozy Tags is packed full of fun scrapping supplies.Her word choices make the tags so versatile, and I love that she includes both the words as well as the cut-out tags of the words. Let me show you three fun ways I have been using Melissa’s tags this month: 1.  Add […]

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  • Scrapping Multiple Photos

    Scrapping Multiple Photos

    I want to show you how you can create a nice layout using multiple photos, even with those that you might consider “unusable.” With all of the software tricks and fabulous digital scrapbooking supplies, your possibilities are endless as to how many photos you may use in a layout.

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  • Scrap Girls SS Club Exclusive: Nature Walk

    Scrap Girls SS Club Exclusive: Nature Walk

    This month’s Scrap Girls ScrapSimple Club takes us on a Nature Walk with a mix of grungy and nature inspired templates! We asked Angie Briggs & Ginny Whitcomb what types of projects their club products would work well for. Here’s what they had to say: We wanted this to be a club that anyone could work with.  So […]

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  • Unleash Your Inner Artist with the Watercolor Wonderland Workshop!

     Article written using Adobe Photoshop Elements 12 with Windows 7 It’s no secret: I’m a big fan of watching how other people’s layouts come together. I like to see their process and how they go about getting their finished look. Many digital scrapbookers have a signature style, and I like seeing how this is achieved. […]

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