Welcome to our Premier Top Picks announcement for July 2014. I’m excited to share with you the Top Picks from our July 2014 Premier gallery, but first let’s take a look at the kit and videos that inspired the beautiful scrapbook pages.
Featured Premier Kit—July 2014
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Creative Cloning Video Tutorial
by Barb Brookbank
Learn how to create a dramatic piece of art using only the Clone Stamp tool and Blend Modes.
Bottle Cap Video Tutorial
by Christina Rambo
Use simple shapes and the Chrome style to make both a top and bottom view of a bottle cap which can easily be customized for any layout.
Credits: Photo by Diana Kleven, Our Holiday by Shabby Miss Jenn, Per Diem by One Little Bird, Christmas Wishes by Kristin Cronin-Barrow, In My Easter Bonnet by Krystal Hartley, Big Ideas by One Little Bird, Taking Time Time to Relax by Eva Kipler, Mother Is a Verb by Krystal Hartley, Me Personally by Taylor Made Designs, Home Sweet Home by Leora Sanford, Fonts: Paulinho Pedra Azul and Book Antiqua
Hand Cut Accents Video Tutorial
by Syndee Nuckles
Create your own unique embellishments, cut from digital papers, using some simple selection techniques.
Credits: Photo by LiliGraphie, Count The Ways by Joanne Brisebois, Fonts: AnnabelleJF ‘LessItalic’
Watercolor Canvases Video Tutorial
by Jen White
Turn any photo into a beautiful watercolor canvas complete with handdrawn pencil lines and watery brush strokes.
July 2014 Premier Top Pick
Choosing the Top Pick each month is getting much harder! In many cases, there are several pages worthy of this accolade, and this month’s selection of stunning pages are no exception.
I love the way so many of our members tackle all the tutorials and often make several pages for the Premier gallery. This month’s Top Pick goes to lkdavis for her beautiful page titled, Celebrate. It epitomizes the theme of the month, the Fourth of July, and is a classic example of how powerful a simple page design can be. lkdavis also created a second page, called Little Parade, which was equally powerful in its simplicity, and I had a really hard time deciding between those two. Click on the page titles above to read what lkdavis had to say about her layouts.
[ See lkdavis in the gallery. ]
More Great Pages
Congratulations to our other talented digi scrappers featured below (in alphabetical order). Click on each of the thumbnails to see the gallery pages for these great layouts and images.
Note on gallery pages: To help us make your pages look their best, we would appreciate it if you saved your layouts at a size of 700 x 700 pixels and as jpegs rather than gifs.
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