Easy Tabbed Journaling

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Easy Tabbed Journaling by Jen White

by Jen White
Gain a little expert knowledge of the Rectangular Marquee tool to make it easy to create tabbed journaling.

For this tutorial you will need:

  • Photoshop Elements or Adobe Photoshop

Want to see what others are creating with this tutorial? Go to Digital Scrapper’s Community Gallery.


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(video & manual)


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Page & Photos: Jen White
Template: Unforgettable by Anita Designs
Tutotorial: Easy Tabbed Journaling
Kit: Unforgettable by Anita Designs
Fonts: Miss Stanfort, Trebuchet MS, American Typewriter


More pages created using this tutorial:

Page & Photos: Kellie Linn Kits: Kristin Cronin-Barrow, Grace Lee, Anna Aspnes Font: CK True Type



Page & Photos: Nanci Radford
Kits: Just So Scrappy, Tracy Collins, Just Jaimee
Fonts: Almonte, Autumn Chant, American Typewriter


Card: Julie Singco
Kit: Artful Memories Autumn by Vicki Robinson
Fonts: Norwester, Juvenile


Page & Photos: Julie LaPoint
Class: Digital Scrapper Premier 2023, Vol 6
Kits: Katie Pertiet Designs
Fonts: Sun Kissed Regular, Traveling Typewriter Regular


Page & Photos: Trish Dixon
Kit: Life Stories by Tiramisu
Font: American Typewriter


Page & Photos: Anke Turco
Kits: Creative Fabrica, Meryl Bartho
Fonts: Ana’s Rusty Typewriter, Roboto, Anstolina

8 Responses

  1. Renee
    | Reply

    Thanks Jen! Once again you have simplified and presented a fabulous technique. I love that look and the CT made some wonderful pages. Thank you for the written tutorial!

  2. akrubygal
    | Reply

    WoW! Great technique! Thank you.

  3. LeAnn
    | Reply

    Amazing, who knew such was possible! Thank you for sharing!

  4. Suzanne J Scriven
    | Reply

    OMG! When I think of how much time I’ve spent trying to fit text onto tabs, I’m reminded of my appreciation for your tutorials. I love how you give us the step-by step instructions. Thank you for all you do!

  5. Shirl/Grambie
    | Reply

    All the layouts are truly interesting, unique in design, and perfectly coordinated. Jen, you are our most desired treasure. Thanks for the download. I am spoiled and love it. 🙂

  6. Kathy Kent
    | Reply

    Jen is such a great instructor. Thanks!

  7. Sharron Lamb
    | Reply

    Just WOW! Looking forward to trying this. Jen! You never fail to surprise me with new techniques.

  8. Shawn
    | Reply

    Very cool tutorial. Thank you!

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