I'm a graphic design/photography double major at a small art school. I use Photoshop CS3. I've been scrapping since 2004 when I worked for a traditional scrapbooking supply company. My job there was to make digital layouts using the products so they could be placed in the catalog to showcase how the products could be used...so I kinda got into digi-scrapping more than the traditional scrapping since I like that you can reuse things as much as you like and even resize and recolor as needed.
Here's another layout with my Grandma in it... this layout is from the 2012 Superbowl Sunday Scrap-a-thon...
I used the kit Age of Innocence by Aimee Harrison
Here are the instructions...
Step 1: place one paper as a base. It would be best if this is solid rather than patterned.
Step 2: outline the page with stitches to form a square.
Step 3: place scraps of paper or ribbons under the stitches so they look stitched on.
Step 4: place one photo slightly off center (towards the left more) be the focal point of your layout, then frame or matte your photo.
Step 5: place a ribbon across the bottom of your photo and then ‘stitch’ it to the page.
Step 6: Cluster 3 flowers, 1 foliage and 1 flourish on top of the ribbon near the lower right side of the photo.
Step 7: place a large title beneath the flowers.
Step 8: journal beneath the title, then apply shading if you haven’t already
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