Use Swift & Savvy Layer Styles to Give Your Word Art a Layered Look

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September 8, 2020 | Digital Scrapper News | Volume 18, Issue 36

Hi there!

Do you like to break the rules? Or do you prefer to follow the rules?

My personality flourishes when I know what the rules are so that I can follow them to the best of my ability. I am not and doubt I will ever be a rule-breaker or at least, a rule-breaker on purpose.

But when I first started digital scrapbooking, I didn’t know there were “rules” about how to do it. I didn’t understand listing credits, good design, or what a drop shadow even was. I broke all of the design rules (and didn’t know it) when I first started, including adding drop shadows and bevels to type layers.

Fast forward to today: I’m going to help you break the rules in all the right ways. My latest tutorial teaches you how to create layered word art with the help of layer styles. I’m going to show you how you can use layer styles the correct way to add dimension and realism to your next digital project. I’ll see you on the blog!

Love and creative success,


Jenifer Juris, Class Instructor
DigitalScrapper.com
QwikLearn.Teachable.com

P.S. Next week is Boogie Week for September. What will YOU get accomplished in just 15 min a day for 5 straight days?

Credits: The header for this newsletter was created using Fresh Start by Bellisae.

 


 


New FREE Video Tutorial
Layered Word Art Using Layer Styles
by Jenifer Juris

Is your word art falling flat? Give your word art some dimension with the use of layer styles.

This tutorial includes:

  • Closed-captioned video
  • Step-by-step PDF manual
  • 1 Layered PSD Card Front

 

 


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