Category Archives: Scrapbooking

When to use a double-page

When to use a double-page

When you are creating scrapbook layouts, one would typically work on one page at the time, gathering photos, stories and elements on that page. However, there are times when one page is not enough. That is when you get the opportunity to create a double-page that would appear as one unit when printed in a book. Let's have a look at various situations that could require a double-page. Continue Reading

Framing your project

Framing your project

Whether you are working on a scrapbook layout or a card, you might want to add a final touch to wrap it up, and adding a frame around it might be just that little extra detail that will complete it. Of course, we are not talking about an actual frame, like you would use around a… Continue Reading

When to transition to digital scrapbooking?

When to transition to digital scrapbooking?

Traditional scrapbooking has many adepts, and there is so much available as far as tools, products, and ideas to create wonderful scrapbook projects. In addition, a lot of traditional scrapbookers enjoy the manual tasks, the tangible goods, and the various textures that their pages have. Not everyone would enjoy digital scrapbooking and it is ok,… Continue Reading

Digital Scrapbooking; Environmental Friendly

Digital Scrapbooking; Environmental Friendly

April is the month of Earth Day, which is celebrated on the 22nd. This has been an official “day” since 1970. Yes, THAT long! This is a day that has been dedicated to bring awareness to the importance of being nice to the Earth. If you are a digital scrapbooker, you are probably environmentally friendly.… Continue Reading

Title or no title?

Title or no title?

When creating a scrapbook page, among the common parts of a layout is a “title”. But, do you need one? And if so, why? Let’s see what we know about titles. And if we want titles, what can we use to avoid being … boring. Continue Reading

How to add a frame to a photo

How to add a frame to a photo

In various sites online, you can find frames for photos. They can be free or they can be purchased. Some frames are simple, rectangular and of the same size as your photo. That is great. However, you might end up with frames and photos of different size, different proportion or even different shape. How can… Continue Reading

How to add watermarks to your images

How to add watermarks to your images

You take fantastic photos, you create great montage, you design memorable scrapbook pages. You deserve the credit, or at least the safety of knowing nobody will take your work and claim it as their own. In the world of internet, it is so easy to grab a photo without permission, so how can you protect… Continue Reading

5 ways to use Tire Track picture tubes

5 ways to use Tire Track picture tubes

If you want to create any travel/vehicle related project, using tire track picture tubes can add a fun and unique effect. The picture tubes are available for download in our Theme of the month – Transportation blog post. As you know, those directional picture tubes allow you to simply draw with your cursor to trace… Continue Reading

Create your own banner

Create your own banner

Many celebrations are associated with decorative banners, whether it is a graduation, a birthday, a promotion, a new arrival or a retirement. If those banners are often part of the decor, why not repeat those in the embellishments for your layout? No need to use only the ready-made banners you can find online that might… Continue Reading

Framing a love photo

Framing a love photo

When we have a great photo, we want to showcase it the best way possible and framing a photo is one way to help the viewer focus on that important element of a graphic project. Let’s look at 4 ways you can frame a love photo. Continue Reading

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She has been teaching digital scrapbooking for over 10 years.

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