April Digital Scrapper Premier is here! Check out this adorable new kit from Lauren Grier, called Family Together:
I love the cosy feel of this kit! It’s obviously perfect for anything with families, vacations, love, or everyday life, etc. I think you could even scrap a perfect Valentine’s Day page with this cute kit!
Have you been longing to learn more advanced skills for creating digital scrapbook pages? Premier is for you, then! Check out the awesome video tutorials this month (taught in both Photoshop Elements and Adobe Photoshop):
Our QuickAlbum for this month is one of my personal favorites to date! Check out this entire elegant album that’s already been created just for you, then add your own photos and journaling for an eye-popping effect:
Isn’t it just gorgeous? There’s also a really lovely Premier Newsletter that’s packed with goodies, like top picks from the galleries and an extra technique tidbit you’ll be anxious to try out right away!
And, if that’s not fabulous enough, if you post a page in our April 2011 Digital Scrapper Premier Gallery this month, using this kit, you’ll receive a posting bonus with these adorable four extra QuickPages that coordinate perfectly with the QuickAlbum:
All this for just $8.99/month – such a SWEET deal! Check out Digital Scrapper Premier Membership today. Current Premier members, just log-in to access the April Issue of Premier today!
P.S. Remember, if you’re not a Premier member and you would like to purchase individual Photoshop Elements and Photoshop video tutorials that were featured in past issues of Premier, you can do so in our Tutorial Store!
Hi, love the kit! When going over the video’s I got stumped on darkening the veins of the leaf in the textured overlays video. I have tried to do it along with the video so many times but cannot pick up the black with the magic wand no matter what I do. I really love the final look so want to persevere, but not sure what I am doing wrong.
I have PS4 using it on a Macbook. Hope you can help. Maybe someone else has had this problem as well.
There could be a number of things happening—
• Try zooming in until you can practically see every pixel before you click with the Magic Wand.
• Make sure Sample All Layers is checked in the Options Bar if you’re working with several layers.
• Check the Eyedropper tool, which affects the area the Magic Wand tool selects. If the Sample Size in the Options Bar is set too high and you’re trying to select a small area with the Magic Wand, it won’t work properly. Try setting the Eyedropper to Point Sample.
Let me know if any of these suggestions work.
By the way, I would recommend that you post questions for the Premier tutorials in the Premier Forum because the instructors and I monitor that forum specifically to answer questions about Premier videos. I just happened to see your question here, but normally I wouldn’t have!