These are the sample images to follow along with Michelle Stelling’s “Tis The Season” tutorial from the November/December 2013 issue of PET.
Everything you need to know to create scrapbook pages and embellishments.
Learn how to create a fun circular layout for your digital scrapbooking projects.
In part 2 of the Collage Projects series, Karen shows you how to make a simple reusable storyboard template.
No need to rent an expensive photo-booth, this tutorial shows you how to set up your own photo booth complete with props and processing.
Learn how to use the Create menu to make a basic photo collage and save it as a Photoshop Elements project.
Learn how to quickly create a digital scrapbook layout using a pre-made template.
These are the sample images to follow along with Michelle Stelling’s “Using Digital Scrapbook Templates is as Easy as A Bee C ” tutorial from the July/August 2013 issue of PET.
Take multiple photos and put them together to create one stunning montage that shows them all off.
Creating Easter Eggs is wonderful, but what about the basket that holds them? Karen strikes again with Easter magic as she shows you how to make your own basket and grass graphics!
With Easter right around the corner, Karen serves up this fantastic video about decorating your own digital easter eggs! Use them for Easter-inspired digital scrapbooking, on custom frames and even hidden in your own images!
Patterns can be used for all sorts of projects, from birth announcements to unique photo borders. Liz shows you how to make your own basic patterns and then how to apply them in multiple ways!
Using just a plain image of a fall-colored leaf, Dave shows you how to turn it into a pattern and a brush that can be used in multiple different ways!
If you love vintage stationary and boxes with glittery gold trim, Karen shows you how to create a similar, digital effect.
Create a playful picture-stack collage that makes it look like your photo was created from scattered snapshots.
Karen uses brushes as ‘digital stamps’ to create a textured background for any photo.
Liz takes you through an easy step-by-step for creating your own ‘photo corners’ that can be applied to any photo or scrapbooking page.
Using a layered Photoshop PSD files as a template, Karen shows you how to create your own scrapbook page with a variety of elements.
Discover the fastest way to crop images into creative shapes for scrapbooks, collages, or fun photo edges.
When a picture just isn’t enough, learn how to use Wordle to create complex word clouds and then customize them in Elements.
Matt offers some additional tips for enhancing and enriching composites in this companion video to his Quick Collage article.