Hey there! Today I’m here with a sneak peek of Becky’s new kit that will be coming your way soon.
I hope you’ll come back on Friday to see the full reveal!
Today Becky has a new release – Distressed. Created in a soft color palette and slightly distressed, Distressed is perfect for scrapping any vintage photos that you have as well as you everyday memories.
Let’s have a look at what the Creative Team did with this beauty
We have a little freebie for you today.
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I’ll see you next week with a tutorial. Thanks so much for stopping by today.
Today, I’d like to talk to you about using using paper strips on your background. Stephanie used paper strips laid out next to each other all across the background of her layout. Kandi also used layered paper strips behind her top photo. Using paper strips is a great way to mat a photo or to draw attention to your main photo. Let’s have another look at Becky’s latest kit Country Girl.
Papers and Elements are available separately. A pack of Journal Cards and an Extra Paper pack are also available.
Let’s have another look at the Creative team layouts
Today I’m back with the full reveal of Becky’s newest kit Country Girl. Part of the GingerScraps Buffet, Country Girl is created in pretty pink, green, yellow and gray. This little beauty will be perfect for scrapping all those outdoor memories you created this past summer. This kit is sure to be a ‘go to’ in your stash.
Also available, Journal Cards and Extra Papers
Let’s have a look at what the creative team did with this gorgeous kit
Becky has a little freebie for you today. A border cluster that coordinates with Country Girl
Every other Wednesday I’ll be sharing a Photoshop/PSE tutorial that I hope you will find useful. Today I’m going to share with you about using a brush in PSE to ‘draw’ a straight line.
Begin by choosing your Brush Tool. If you don’t see it in the tools menu, just press the letter b on your keyboard and your brush tool will be selected.
You can choose the size of your brush from the brush menu.
Here is a screen shot showing where to find the options to adjust the spacing
Click on the icon that looks like your brush tool – indicated by the small arrow and a drop down menu will appear. Choose the spacing you would like – indicated by the larger arrow.
Now you’re good to go. Don’t forget to hold down the shift key as you drag your brush across your page and you’ll have a perfectly straight line.
If you have any techniques that you’d like a tutorial on, please leave me a comment and I’ll see what I can do.
Thanks so much for stopping by today and, don’t forget to come back on Friday to see the full reveal of Becky’s new kit.
Welcome everyone! I hope that you’ve all been having a super week. I’d like to remind you of Becky’s newest release, Happy Haunting and share a tip. We also have a freebie for you at the end.
Have you ever played around with the opacity of the elements in a kit? Sometimes, lowering the opacity of an element can give your layout a totally different look. Have a look at the way Daphne lowered the opacity of the ghost element on her layout. This gives the ghost a see through quality.
Let’s have another look at the layouts created with Happy Haunting
Did you notice all the beautiful element layering that draws your eyes right to the photos? Give it a try. I’m sure you’ll be pleased with the results
And now, another look at Happy Haunting. Perfect for scrapping those Halloween photos that you’ll be snapping next week.
And now, your freebie
Thanks so much for dropping by today.