Big Picture Pages: Fading Gradients

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Big Picture Pages: Fading Gradients
by Jen White

Use a Linear Gradient and a layer mask to gradually blend a photo into the background paper behind it.

For this tutorial you will need:

  • The quick page from the download
  • A photo
  • Photoshop Elements or Adobe Photoshop

 

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Before & After

 

Credits:
Page: Carter 2019 by Jen White
Photo: photographer
Kit: Effortless by Angie Briggs
Font: Holland

 

Before & After

 

 

Credits:
Photo & Page: Jen White
Kits: Christmas Lodge by Katie Pertiet, Curated by Katie Pertiet
Font: DJB Annalise

 

Credits:
Double Page Spread: Terri Fullerton
Kits: Effortless by Angie Briggs, Anna Aspnes MultiMedia Leaves, Anna Aspnes Artsy Transfers Evenfall, Anna Aspnes ArtzyKardz Beach Multipack
Fonts: Ariel, Bromello
Credits:
Page: Sharron Lamb
Kits: dadsday-digilicious, KrystalHartley_EverAfter, YourStory-ScrapItNow
Photo: DS, Andrew Lamb
Fonts: Modesty and Quicksand
Credits:
Page: Sharron Lamb
Kits: sd-mothers-and-daughters, KAagard_TeeTime
Photo: DF, Greg Stevenson
Fonts: Shania and Quicksand
Credits:
Page: Sharron Lamb
Kits: BohoBaby-CC, VickiStegall-Whimsy, Palvinka_KeyToMyHeart, Palvinka_MeetMeAtTheShore, Palvinka_SecretGarden, Palvinka_KeyToMyHeart,
Palvinka_NatureWalk, Palvinka_PaintedLove
Photo: DD, Zanna Boucher
Fonts: Quicksand and Loveline

 

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8 Responses

  1. Tresa Stevens
    | Reply

    I love all the tutorials…thank you so much!!

  2. Loretta Habig
    | Reply

    I also like the refreshers! Too much to remember on my own so it’s good to be reminded of all the great tricks!

  3. Jenifer Juris
    | Reply

    Every single one of the examples is amazing! Such a simple but striking technique!! 🙂

  4. Barbara Gandy
    | Reply

    Couple of things:
    1. Love the all-in-one downloads for the weekly tutorials They provide a mini lesson every week with the bonus of all we need to practice!!
    2. Also think it’s a great idea to pull tutorials out of the archives periodically. New scrappers have never seen them, and older scrappers like me can always use a refresher. 🙂

    • Jen White
      | Reply

      Glad you’re enjoying them, Barbara. I enjoy the refreshers, too!

  5. doris edgar
    | Reply

    Thanks for this tutorial.

  6. Amma
    | Reply

    Thank you! Love this tutorial!

  7. Joyce Bednarz
    | Reply

    Great tutorial! Thanks, Jen White!

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