Quick Tip Tuesday – Blend your Papers with Brushes!

By Jenn / September 21, 2011 / Quick Tip Tuesday / 3 Comments

Someone asked me this week what was the big deal about brushes. They were familiar with using them like you would a rubber stamp, but that’s all. So, I thought I’d put together a little video on one of the ways I use the default brushes in PS. You can do this in PSE too, […]

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5 Things I Don’t Miss About Paper Scrapbooking

Today I stumbled across this post about not missing film photography which got me to thinking… I don’t miss paper scrapping.  Simple Scrapper had a post the other day on how digital scrappers can do a little paper scrapping and thought… but why? 5 Things I Don’t Miss ̵...

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Digital scrapbookers – use photographic paper for printing your layouts

By Stan / October 1, 2010 / Announcements!, Hot Topics / 20 Comments

While looking over the Persnickety Prints site I was reminded of one of the reasons we like their work so much – they use photographic paper. Photographic paper has one of the best longevity ratings around. I remember a time not too long ago when paper scrapbookers were heads over heels for...

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Quick Tip Tuesday – super easy aged paper

This is a really easy and quick technique for digital scrapbookers to make aged paper using both Adobe Photoshop or Elements.  (This tutorial is done in Elements 8).  What I like best about this paper is because the various elements are on different layers, it’s really easy to quickly c...

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Blog Action Day – going green, going DIGI!

By Jenn / October 15, 2009 / Thursday Thoughts / 10 Comments

Blog Action Day is an annual event held every October 15 that unites the world’s bloggers in posting about the same issue on the same day with the aim of sparking discussion around an issue of global importance. This year the topic is climate change.  Almost 8,000 bloggers in 140 countries will s...

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