Sorry I just noticed that. Thanks for sharing.
I love the way you used the picture. Share with us how you did that, would love to do that too.
This is stunning! LOVE!
Thanks for sharing your technique!
Although I did answer Harriet in her LO, I'll put the explanation here to anyone else that might be curious:
Of course I don't mind telling you how I did mine. ( But I never scrapbook in photoshop because I'm lazy (shush, don't tell anyone!!) I LOVE photoshop for designing (papers, elements, etc...) but when it comes to create LOs I prefer Craft Artist... It's so much easier!!!!
So... Instead of telling what I did, I am going to tell you how you'll do that in photoshop ok?
First of all, open the picture you want to obtain that effect. Than go to Image--> Edit--> Treshhold. Play a little until you are happy with the result ( Basicly what treshhold does is turn your picture to black and white. No gray areas. Just blacK and white. You can add more or less black/ white Playing with the levels.) When it is done you are almost there. Now put your altered pic wherever you want in your LO and play with the blendings (I used multiply. It instantly erased all the white areas and the black acquired the texture below) Now if you still think the black iss too black (I did) try to reduce a little of the opacity of your layer. There see? Peace of cake! If there is anything you need better explained ( I suck at explaining!!!) don't hesitate to ask! Hugs!!!!!
Cintia, as you may have seen, I tried scraplifting this page. I do like the way it turned out but my black stamp is crude compared to yours. Would you mind telling me how you made yours? Thanks.
Oh Yes! This is a winner. Love the black stamp on the kraft paper. Must lift this one sometime. Thanks for sharing, Cintia.
I'm a mother of a very active boy! I've been scrapbooking since he was born and started designing a little after that. I also work full time and scrapbooking is my main way of relaxing (besides reading).
For this LO I used the kit Josh and Megan from Chere Kaye. Available here: