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  • Technique Tuesday – Add a Little Vintage to Your Photos

    Technique Tuesday – Add a Little Vintage to Your Photos

    Add a Little Vintage to Your Photos Tutorial created using Photoshop Elements 9 I love thumbing through the old photo albums that my mom put together. The vintage photos have a different type of light and color to them. The folds and torn edges have history. They were taken before mobile phones, before we could […]

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  • Technique Tuesday – Adding Texture To A Photo

    Technique Tuesday – Adding Texture To A Photo

    Adding Texture to a Photo Note: Tutorial created using Adobe Photoshop CS5 One of the easiest ways to add some dramatic flair to your photo is by adding a texture overlay to it. By doing this, you can turn your everyday photo into a work of art, or add some grunge to an already masculine […]

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  • Hybrid ATC Cards

    Hybrid ATC Cards

    Scrap Girls ATC swaps provide an awesome opportunity to share these little gems with creative women from around the world. Whether you are a digital “person” or a hybrid “person” perhaps this project will inspire you to join in an upcoming swap.

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  • Technique Tuesday – Recoloring Multi-Colored Elements

    Technique Tuesday – Recoloring Multi-Colored Elements

    Change is Good! How to Change One Color of Multi-Colored Element Tutorial created using Photoshop CC with Windows 7 One of the best things about digital scrapbooking is that you can change the colors of your papers and embellishments. Most of us know how to recolor an embellishment that is a single color, but what […]

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  • Technique Tuesday – Quick And Easy Mask Tip

    Technique Tuesday – Quick And Easy Mask Tip

    Quick and Easy Mask Tips Tutorial created using Photoshop Elements 9 I love the look of pictures clipped to masks. Swirly or faded or distressed edges, all done with a keyboard command? Yes, please! Masks are awesome. They are quick and easy, and they take my pages to the next level. But. Sometimes, the proportions […]

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  • Technique Tuesday – Using Blending Modes

    Technique Tuesday – Using Blending Modes

    Using Blending Modes Tutorial created using Adobe Photoshop CS5 I love working with Blending modes. I love the creativity and freedom they give you, and the fact that no matter what combination of modes and papers you use, you will never get the same look twice. Recently, while meeting up with some other Scrap Girls […]

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  • Technique Tuesday – How To Create Sketch Overlay

    Technique Tuesday – How To Create Sketch Overlay

    How to Create Sketch Overlays Tutorial created in Adobe Photoshop CS6 In this tutorial, we will turn one of the Botanical Edgers into a sketch. Although these have already been provided for you as a brush set with the product, you will be able to create sketch overlays from any flower or leaf element in […]

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  • Grunge It Up!

    Grunge It Up!

    Use brushes and paper templates to create a grunge effect on alphabets, embellishments, papers, photos and more.

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  • Create a Realistic Stamped on Wood Effect

    Create a Realistic Stamped on Wood Effect

    In the real world, when you paint on a rough surface, such as timber, you can see the texture coming through the paint and see areas that were missed by the paint brush. To recreate this same look in the digital world, most people just use Blending modes. But this doesn’t always work — blending […]

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  • Using Clusters to Create Quick Layouts

    Using Clusters to Create Quick Layouts

    When I need to create a layout in record time, I love using clusters to speed up the scrapping process. We’re talking about those lovely embellishment clusters that our Scrap Girls designers put together for us. You can find them in some collections or in coordinating embellishment sets. In this tutorial, I’ll show a few […]

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