Jessica Upton here to share my Week 6 of my project life album. Today, I am going to focus on a few tips to help you tell more of your stories. One of the main reasons we document is to tell stories… Stories of what happened in the week, stories of what “he said”, stories […]
Have you ever wished your your scrapbooking products were a different color? Let’s talk about how easy it is to change the color of your digital supplies in Photoshop.
One of my favorite digital techniques is changing the colors of products to match my photos (blog post coming later this next month) and believe it or not, I did not have to do that for this spread at all! The colors matched my daughter and the funky hat she modeled perfectly. So, my tip for this month is to look through your unscrapped photos and group a set together, then go seeking a collection that matches your photos.
Sometimes it’s good to remember there are no rules for your December album. I had some photos from 2009 that I had not documented, and I just really wanted them in my December album. I made two 6×8 spreads of the photos and I used the number stamps to list out my top 5 reasons that these photos are my very favorites! I love how it turned out!
Want to make big impact in your pocket pages? Try adding BIG photos to the mix. Check out this project life spread on using a cherish photo in a big way or try using it cropped apart to fill pockets or with an insert and a full size photo.