Jenifer’s Top 3 Favorite Patterned Paper Tutorials

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May 25, 2021  |  Digital Scrapper News  |  Volume 19, Issue 21

Hi there!

When I was a kid, it was the 80’s. The oldies radio station played music from the 50’s and 60’s. And for many years, it stayed that way.

Fast forward to now. I turned 40 this year and all of a sudden, radio stations that play the oldies are playing songs from the 80’s and 90’s. It surely can’t be? Can it? That was only 10 years ago. Or, at least, it feels that way.

No matter what decade your favorite oldies hale from, oldies are here to stay. And just like with music, I have many tutorials I would consider top on my oldies-but-goodies list. Below you’ll find three of my favorite tutorials that use patterned paper to make something unique.

Love and creative success,

Jenifer Juris, Instructor

P.S. The header above was created using Just Create & Scrap by Bellisae.




Coming Next Week – A New Class by Jen White





Learn how to use a patterned paper to make a one-of-a-kind shadow.
Follow along with Patterned Paper Shadow by Nannette Dalton on the blog.




Learn how to quickly make parts of your patterned paper pop off the page.
Follow along with Pattern Pop by Jenifer Juris on the blog.



Use a chunky serif font and a cleverly placed stroke outline to create a splash of summer fun on your next digital project.
Follow along with Offset Summer Title by Syndee Rogers on the blog.


2 Responses

  1. Terri Fullerton
    | Reply

    Oh, what great ideas these are, and it’s been a while since I’ve gone over them. I’m going to have to break out one of these. Love it!!

  2. Kellie Linn
    | Reply

    I had forgotten about these fun techniques, thanks for sharing!!

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