Anchoring a Focal Point with Two Papers

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Anchoring a Focal Point with Two Papers
by Julie Singco

Draw viewers into your page by anchoring a focal point with two papers. It’s a quick and easy way to highlight the subject of your scrapbook page.


For this tutorial you will need:

  • Two coordinating papers, provided
  • Photoshop Elements or Adobe Photoshop


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Example Page by Julie Singco

Page & Photo: Beach Day by Julie Singco
Kit: Beachy Keen by Studio Flergs
Fonts: Sailboat, Amatic SC


Example Card by Julie Singco

Card: Hello by Julie Singco
Kit: Heart of Gold by KimB Designs


More pages created using this tutorial:


Example created by Sharron Lamb

Page & Photos: Sharron Lamb
Kits: BeachyKeen-StudioFlergs, FRAMEMasks by Anna Aspnes, Ever After by Krystal Hartley, Sweet Comforts by Shabby Miss Jen
Fonts: dropstypography, DJB Miss Liz

Page: Born to Dance by Christine McCune

Page: Born to Dance by Christine McCune
Photo: friend
Kits: Beachy Keen by Studio Flergs, MixPixBox, SVG at Creative Fabrica


Page: Barbara Hewitt

Page: Barbara Hewitt
Photos: son
Kit: National Park freebie and alpha by Connie Prince

Page & Photo: Christine McCune

Page & Photo: Christine McCune
Kits: Vintage Rose by Fancy Bird Design at Digital Scrapbook Studio, With Love by Manu, MixPixBox at Creative Fabrica, Background Blenders by Brandy Murry
Fonts: Australian Script, Bender TF, Christina, Farmhouse Country





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4 Responses

  1. Lenore Gilshenan
    | Reply

    I love this idea. Many thanks.

    • Julie Singco
      | Reply

      You’re most welcome, Lenore.

  2. Amma
    | Reply

    Thank you for sharing!

    • Julie Singco
      | Reply

      You’re most welcome, Amma!

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