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  • #69722
    Cassel
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    • Superfan

    I am planning a workshop on using templates (like a 7-day challenge).

    • What would you like to learn about?
    • What questions do you have or had when you started?
    • What struggles have you experienced when using templates?
    #69769
    Rene Marker
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    • Rookie

    Are you talking about multi-layered PSD templates (for example 12×12) that can be purchased at any of the major digital scrapbooking stores or the element/paper templates from Pixel scrapper?

    I’ve been using the first type for 13 years so really don’t remember some of the issues I had in the beginning. Since I’ve been using them so long, I have learned how to use them more efficiently over the years. I have learned a few new things in the last 2 years that have helped greatly. Linking layers is one. Dragging and dropping into the layer pallet is another. Just remember I use kits I’ve purchased from these digital scrapping stores and don’t make my own stuff which is why finding out I could drag and drop was a real game changer.

    I started with many of these templates from various designer blogs where they give away freebies on a monthly basis (and still do).

    #69770
    Cassel
    Keymaster
    • 1937
    • Superfan

    Yes, that is the kind of template I am thinking of. Having used them for so long, it is just a bit harder to remember the struggles of a beginner. 🙂

    #69786
    Rene Marker
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    Yeah, my old brain just doesn’t remember those types of things any more! I don’t even remember what version of PSP I was using when I started digi-scrapping!

    The one thing I do remember is that I could not figure out how to use quick pages since they weren’t layered files. I gave up and to this day, do not like them. But then I now prefer to make my pages in my design style.

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