May 16, 2023 | Digital Scrapper News | Volume 21, Issue 20
When was the last time you used a photo strip on your scrapbook page?
If it’s been a while, maybe today is the day to revisit the idea. Here are three possible ways you can effectively use photo strips on your page.
1️⃣ Use the photo strip to display the same subject, but with different expressions or poses. This works great for showing one of my orioles trying to figure out where the shutter noise is coming from.
2️⃣ Use the photo strip to show different details from the same subject or event. This works great for telling the story of my family painting soldiers at Christmastime.
3️⃣ Use the photo strip to tell a story sequence: first this happened, next this happened, and finally, this happened. This works great to tell the story of the cake I made for my niece for her eighth birthday.
The photo strip that I used above is from Artful Memories by Vicki Robinson Designs, but you can make your own photo strip by following Gina Harper’s latest FREE tutorial on the blog. Scroll down for more details.
Love and creative success,
P.S. The header above was created using Serenity by Katie Pertiet.
P.P.S. The 30% off sale for DSP23, Volume 9 is over, but enrollment is still open. Click here to enroll in DSP23, Volume 9.
News from Our Community
- Throwback Thursdays. Discover two fantastic fonts in Susie’s June 2013 Font Spot!
- Friday Favorites. See what others found and shared from the web last week. Go to Friday Favorites.
- Scraplift Saturday. See this week’s scraplift cluster by Jenifer Juris. It’s not too late to join the fun!
It’s Boogie Week! Let’s Get Stuff Done!
Boogie Week is our once-a-month call for you to join us in finishing up loose classes and projects. We want you to get things done because it feels GREAT!
- Spend 15 minutes per day, 5 days in a row
- Complete projects, like:
- your smallest unfinished class
- a scrapbook page you started
- organizing photos and supplies
- Celebrate your WINS with us in Community.
NOTE: The Boogie image was created using After the Rain by Kristin Cronin-Barrow.
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New FREE Video Tutorial
Photo Strip by Gina Harper
Duplicate a photo clipping mask and transform it into a photo strip by using Distribute and a new fill layer.
This tutorial includes:
- Video for PS & PSE
- Step-by-step PDF manual
- Layered PSD template
Spectacular Pages from the Galleries
Page: Little One by Gina Harper
Tutorial: Photo Strip by Gina Harper
Page: Pam Martin