Create your own edgy poster effect with this companion to Diana Day’s “Creating an Edgy Poster Effect” tutorial in the May/June 2013 issue.
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This companion to Diana’s “Get Creative With Dingbats” article shows you how to apply effects to a dingbat to get a beautiful decorative object for cards and other projects.
Brads, or eyelets, are something that we use a lot in scrapbooking so I thought that I would do a tutorial showing you how to make a simple brad and two more complex ones.
With so many images floating around your computer, the task of organizing can be daunting. In Jeff Carlson’s two-part article, he’ll help you get catalog your work using the Elements 11 Organizer and a few quick tips!
Here’s a bit more info on Michael Orton, as well as some links to discussions regarding the technique and sample photos.
Making glossy buttons is actually quite easy to do, and they look great on a scrapbooking layout.
Here are a few exercises you can follow to learn more about the Gradient tool and some of the things you can do with it.
I have recently been experimenting with making quilting blocks and have found that you can use them to make all sorts of things, including a scrapbooking flower.
When I speak with people who want to learn more about Photoshop Elements, I usually tell them that the key to getting the most out of the program is to gain an understanding of two concepts: Levels and layers…
I recently did a tutorial on making a folder and in my finished image I added a photograph to the front of the folder using adhesive tape. Here’s how to do that.
This tutorial shows you how to make a template for displaying a photograph. It uses a cut-out technique to add interest to the page.
Adding a little bit of rain to a photo is a simple thing. Here’s how to do it.
Last month I showed you how to make a scrapbook template out of a favourite layout; this month I will show you how to use that template to make a new page.
Lace mats are quite popular in scrapbooking so I thought that I would do a tutorial showing you how to make a simple brush and then use that brush to make some lace for trimming a mat.
If you download many new brush sets to use in Elements, you may not wish to install them all in the Presets/Brushes folder as it may cause Elements to run slower.
To make this tutorial easier to follow I have images for each step, and I’ve split the tutorial into two parts. In the first part I will show you how to create the basic shape of the Bow and then in the second part we will make it look realistic.
Over the last few months I have been experimenting with using filters to make creative text effects and thought that I would share some of them with you. This tutorial is just a starting point—there are many ways that you…