I finished my New Orleans pictures. The more I use Photoshop Elements the better I get. One of the main things that I learned is to duplicate any elements that I plan to use more than once after I put a style on them, then move the element to the desired spot on my layout. One thing that I like about digital scrapbooking is the fact that the supplies do not take up space in my craft room. NO ADDED CLUTTER TO THE WOMAN CAVE, YEAH! The downside is I want more papers and elements to build layouts. Now I must go on a Google hunt for all the freebie I can find. Hahahaha
This is the last digital layout for today. I really enjoyed making this page. However, it was a challenge getting those curves right in the different elements on this layout.
I'm loving this digital scrapbooking. Thanks for dropping by my blog.
This is my second digital layout using Photoshop Elements. I made two using the online service through Close To My Heart. I admit that it is quicker to use CTMH, but it is more expensive. I think I would rather use Elements and send layout to ScrapbooksPlease.com to get the print. Also, Shutterfly is another service you can use and they have some neat hard cover books that you can make using layouts and/or pictures. How about Shutterfly is running a 30% off special on the 12x12 books. You might want to check it out. Thanks for stopping by my blog.
This is my very first digital layout and I am so excited. I have worked with Photoshop and Elements for quite some time but I have not tried my hand at this before. Anyone who knows how to use Adobe Photoshop and/or Elements should dive right in and try your hand at digital scrapbooking. Thank you for stopping by to check out my blog.
I am still using scraps while making this album. I used my cuttlebug for the deco label, my gypsy and expression to cut out the letters that I put glaze accents on, Prima flowers that I put a little bling on, and my Bind-it-all to put the book together. The album cover is made with recycled chip board cut with my expression using the elegant edges cart. I really love that cart. This album has regular and pocket pages. TFL